FAQs

We understand that it can be difficult to get the exact match for your project when viewing on a computer or other device. Therefore for addresses within the UK we are happy to send a small piece of fabric to help ensure that you get just the right one. Simply send us your address and the name of the fabric that you would like a sample of 

We do send our fabrics to many countries around the world. To find out if we send to your location just let us know your requirements, where you would like the order sent and we can give you price with no obligation

You will hear this term a lot when you are looking to buy quilting fabrics but what does it mean? Fabric normally comes on a bolt and the standard width is 112cms (44”) A Fat Quarter is a piece of fabric made by cutting half a metre of the full fabric width and then cutting this piece in half so that you end up with an almost square piece of fabric. This will generally give you a more usable piece of the design.

With most quilting fabric widths being 44″ / 112cms wide a Fat Quarter is therefore usually around the 50cm x 55cm mark.

See diagram below for popular sizes