Frequently Asked Questions
Do you send samples?
We DO NOT provide samples of our fabrics at this time.
Do I have to have an account to place an order?
No. You may create an account to review orders later and to save your personal information like your name and address to make future ordering easier.
Do you have more yards available than what is listed?
Once inventory has run out, we will not be able to provide further yardage. Once an item is gone, it's gone.
If I order multiple pieces of the same fabric will the dye lots be the same?
Dye lots can vary especially in printed fabrics. If two or more pieces of the same pattern and color are purchased at the same time we will compare the fabrics before shipping to make sure the fabrics are a match. We will contact you before shipping if there is a problem.
How much is shipping?
We ship any size fabric order via UPS Ground for only $6.99. Next day and second day shipping are NOT currently available on fabric orders.
How long will it take to get my order?
All orders are shipped within 1-2 business days. Arrival times depend on your location.
What methods of payment do you accept?
We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and PayPal. You can place your order online thru our secure server. We do not accept checks or money orders.
What is your return policy?
All sales are final, we DO NOT accept returns. We stand behind the products we sell. However, your satisfaction with your purchase is extremely important to us. If you are unsatisfied with your purchase for any reason please contact us through our Contact Form or call (864) 938-9117 M-F 9:00am to 4:30pm EST.
How do I contact you?
If you have any questions or comments contact us via email anytime through our Contact Form. Please allow up to 12 hours for a response via email.
Can I use drapery fabric in an upholstery project? Vice versa?
Drapery fabric is traditionally less resilient than upholstery fabric, so while it’s certainly possible to use it for upholstery applications, it isn’t recommended for high traffic areas, it’s better for decorative or throw pillows. Upholstery fabric can certainly be used as drapes, though upholstery fabrics tend to be a bit stiffer than drapery.