What is yardage?

Yardage is a quilting term for fabric that is purchased off the bolt to a size specifically requested by you, the customer.

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03 May 2016
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What is a pre-cut?

Pre-cut is a quilting term for fabric that has been cut to specific sizes either by the manufacturer or by the store owner prior to being made available for sale. Sometimes pre-cuts are purchased as single items (eg fat quarters), sometimes they are purchased in a pack (eg jelly roll). They can be a great […]

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03 May 2016
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What is the difference between an Australian and American fat quarter?

An Australian fat quarter will generally measure 50cm x 55cm (19.7” x 21.7”). This is because fabrics in Australia are usually cut to metric measurements (ie by the meter instead of by the yard). An American fat quarter will generally measure 18” x 21” (45.7cm x 53.3cm). A fat quarter is usually cut as a […]

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03 May 2016
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