Adam Ross Fabrics has officially launched the UK’s first ever online fabric pound store today at The innovative new website currently features over 100 different fabrics with each and every one costing only £1 per full metre!

The new website features incredible savings and reductions with many products discounted by as much as 90% of the usual price! The online store is the dream of every dressmaker and fabric enthusiast, featuring a large range of printed fabric including an extensive selection of polyesters, chiffons and georgettes. Every week many new fabrics will be added to and will include satin, lining and even hugely discounted curtain fabric.

“We are always looking at new ways to innovate our offering and deliver the very best experience for our valued customers,” said founder and director Faisal Ahmed. “This brand new offering is the first of its kind in the industry and provides more value to fabric lovers than anything else available.”

Adam Ross Fabrics has seen a surge of loyal fans since its launch in early 2016. The company is now five star rated on Trustpilot with over 300 five star reviews. Many reviews focus on the top quality fabric and outstanding service. One customer, Sue, summarised her recent experience “Excellent service - fabric and pattern dispatched very quickly and well packaged. Good quality fabric at a great price.”

The company has now committed to this new proposition, focusing on value and low price of its fabrics. If Adam Ross combine this with the quality and service they are known for, this new innovation may really take off and be a winner among the fabric community.

Not only is the fabric offering brand new, but the website itself has been built with speed and convenience for the user in mind. To see the new website and browse the selection of fabrics yourself, visit

Use code 1MFREE for one full metre of free fabric with your order – for a limited time only!


PR Contact:
Faisal Ahmed
Adam Ross Fabrics
Unit 2 Cranby Street
West Midlands
B8 1JU
Tel: 0330 998 0222

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