Galaxy Fabrics – Quilters 108″ Wide Flannel – Solid – Natural – Fabric by the Yard QUF108NAT
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The quantity button will allow you to purchase multiple yards. All orders will be cut in a single continuous piece unless otherwise stated. Do not order more yardage than what is listed in the drop down box.
Example: If you wish to purchase 3 yards, select the 1 yard cut from the drop down menu and then a quantity of 3. You can purchase multiple lengths of the same fabric as long as it does not exceed the total quantity listed on the drop down menu.
Fabric width of this flannel fabric is 108″.
All fabric is cut with a rotary cutter on a ruled mat to provide you with the straightest cuts possible.
If you need a custom listing for a length not listed or would like help in coordinating or calculating yardage for your projects, please convo me or request a custom listing via the custom order button at the top right of this page. Sometimes we have more fabric in stock than what is listed. If for some reason we have less fabric than shown, we will contact you for instructions.
Shipping is via first class mail from the post office for up to 2 yards. 3 to 8 yards ship via a priority flat rate envelope. We use calculated shipping based on weight. Should any significant overcharge in the shipping charges happen due to a combined or multiple yard purchase, it will be refunded to you. The maximum domestic shipping charge for up to 15 yards of fabric is $6.75 unless a shipping upgrade is chosen. Shipping upgrades are available at check-out. All fabric is from a smoke free home.
We try to show multiple images of each fabric we sell. The first image is from the Manufacturer or supplier. The second image usually displays a ruler so that you can get an idea of the size of the fabric design and pattern. Third or fourth images are usually close up shots and/or will show the actual fabric bolt. NOTE: Sometimes the pictures we take vary in color from the
manufacturer’s picture due to our cameras, lighting and other factors. The first image will be the most accurate in displaying the true color(s).