Announcement GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE****EVERYTHING 50% OFF******GOING OUT OF BUSINESS ALL FABRICS ON SALE
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE****EVERYTHING 50% OFF******GOING OUT OF BUSINESS ALL FABRICS ON SALE
Karen Tabaka on Aug 29, 2013
perfect. exactly what I wanted.
Anonymous on Apr 10, 2012
Anonymous on Apr 10, 2012
Accepted payment methods
- Money Order
Do I pay tax?
-----Only Washington State residents will be charged 8.9% sales tax during checkout.
Some frequently asked questions about shipping:
When will my order ship?
-----I ship within 1-2 business days.
Do you ship internationally?
-----Yes. If you feel that the combined shipping costs of your order is incorrect, please contact me and I will recalculate it by the weight of what you have purchased. I prefer to use Priority International Envelopes because you get your packages so much faster this way.
What if my package is lost in the mail?
-----I am not responsible for lost packages once they are shipped. If you find yourself waiting for a package that never arrives, I can supply you with delivery confirmation information and customs details to help you find your package. Lost packages will not be reshipped or refunded, but you may want to file a claim with the post office. If you feel uncomfortable with this possibility then please request insurance during check out and I can insure your package for an additional shipping/handling fee.
How do you complete the customs forms?
-----I mark the contents as "other" and write in "fabric" under description of contents. I include the total value (cost in US dollars) of the fabric and the weight of the package on the customs form.
Refunds and Exchanges
-----Although I want you to be completely satisfied with your purchase, unfortunately I cannot accept returns on cut fabric. Thank you for your understanding.
Additional policies and FAQs
-----A fat quarter is a half of a yard, cut in half the "fat" way. So if the fabric is 44" wide, a fat quarter measures 18"x 22". If the fabric is 54" wide (e.g. Home Decor fabric), a fat quarter measures 18" x 27". A fat quarter is NOT a quarter of a yard of fabric, which only measures 9" wide.
Why are some fabrics 44" wide and others are 54" wide?
-----Traditionally, quilting and sewing fabric for apparel is 44" wide. The manufacturer folds that in half before they put it on a bolt, so that it appears 22" wide. Usually 15 or 20 yards of fabric comes on a bolt. Home decor fabrics are generally heavier weight and need to be wider for projects such as drapes, duvet covers and recovering furniture. These fabrics are 54" wide.