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    Default Stupid question about ordering fabric!

    Can one of you sewing ladies please help me with a stupid question?

    If I am ordering fabric online by the metre, what is the standard width of the roll of fabric? So if I order 2m in length, how wide will the piece be?

    Thanks so much, couldn't find the answer on the website, I assume its common knowledge to most people!!!

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    Most are around 112cm wide. You can get up to 150cm wide. The majority of the time it will state how wide it is.

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    I have worked with fabrics for 30 odd years. (yes, i really am that old ) It really does depend and the website should tell you.
    There are usually 3 widths. 90cm, 115cm and 150cm.
    if in doubt contact the business.

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    Thanks ladies. I did try to call but they are closed. Will have to wait until morning.

    I haven't purchased quilting fabrics by the m before, only fat q's, so I'm a bit unsure.

    How I long to be able to spend time wandering through the shops without a 2 year old!!!


 

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