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FAQ

These are a few of our frequently asked questions. Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have a query that is not answered below:

What is a Fat Quarter?

One of the most asked questions is 'What is a fat quarter?' Its simply a metre of fabric cut into 4 giving 4 smaller pieces of fabric each measuring 56cm x 50cm. They are used by quilters a lot as it gives them the opportunity to buy lots of different smaller pieces of fabric for their quilts. They are also great for smaller projects. For dressmakers who tend to buy by the metre you just need to add 4 units of fabric to your cart to get a metre of fabric. We always send fabric as a continuous piece if more than one unit is ordered. Please see below for more info. 

SAMPLES

We offer a free sample service and will send out up to 8 free samples of fabrics. You will just be charged for postage at £1.75. Simply order through the website here. Please note that during very busy periods this service may not be available. 

PAYMENT METHODS

You can pay using the following payment methods:

PayPal  - You do not need to have a PayPal account to pay by PayPal and can use both debit or credit cards or your PayPal balance.

Stripe - You can pay by credit card using Stripe.

VAT

We are a UK VAT registered company, our VAT number is: 363 8997 35. All prices shown on our website are inclusive of the current UK VAT of 20%.

FABRIC MEASUREMENTS

Our fabrics are generally sold by the fat quarter (1 unit) but larger amounts are always sent as one continuous piece of fabric. (The only exceptions are border prints and jersey fabrics which are sold by the half metre. This will be specified in the item description).

1 unit = 1 FQ = 56cm x 50cm

2 units = Half Metre = 112cm x 50cm

3 units = 112cm x 75cm 

4 units = 1 Metre = 112cm x 100cm

5 units = 112cm x 125cm

6 units = 1.5 Metres = 112cm x 150cm

7 units = 112cm x 175cm

8 units = 2 Metres = 112cm x 200cm

What is GOTS Certification?

The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is recognised as the world's leading processing standard for textiles made from organic fibres. It defines high-level environmental criteria along the entire organic textiles supply chain and requires compliance with social criteria as well.