Frequently Asked Questions

Can I Return my order?
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When will my order ship?

Any standard full bolt orders will be processed and shipped the same day if you place the order with Angels before 2 PM EST.  

What lining do you suggest for sheer fabrics?

Our 115” Wide Rail, 70% Poly-30% Cotton. White & Ivory colors available.

124” Wide Poly Soft. 100% Polyester. White color only.

Why does my blended lining pull back when I iron it?

Blended linings have a polyester base, so you need a cool iron to press. Polyester is a basic plastic, and when you put heat to it, it will melt or pull back. Iron at your own risk and please add extra care and attention to this step. 

Will my lining fabrics wrinkle?

Blended linings will not wrinkle as much as a 100% cotton lining, but if tossed around and handled without proper care, then you may need to do a little extra pressing in some spots.

Can I pin my face fabric to the blackout lining while fabricating?

You should not pin the face fabric through the blackout since all blackout fabrics have an acrylic backing, and when punctured, you will leave a permanent pinhole where light may show through.

What is your lightest weighted blackout lining?

Our Bella Notte Silky Blackout is incredibly soft and light weight. It is 100% Microsuede Polyester with a soft brushed backing. The Silky Blackout is great for keeping the weight down on your custom window treatments while still providing that luxurious finish both you and your clients want.

What are your most popular linings?

Premiere Sateen – 100% Cotton

Premiere Napped Sateen – flannel-backed sateen

Sterling Sateen – 52% Cotton-48% Poly

Millbrooke Sateen – 55% Cotton-45% Poly

First Line Lining – 70% Poly-30% Cotton  

Can I wash my drapery lining fabrics?

All draperies are recommended to be dry cleaned unless they are 100% polyester and have a 100% drapery lining, then machine washing can be done a gentle cycle with warm water and a mild detergent. For more washing techniques click here. 

There are many questions on lining what we could not even begin to put on this page. If you have a question that you would like answered about lining, please call us at 1-800-450-9368 or click here to Contact Us.