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Laura Ashley Fabric Fat Quarters in amethyst bundles for quilting, bunting making, sewing now reduced today to £3.50 from £20.00 free C&C or delivery £4.50
Laura Ashley Fabric Fat Quarters in amethyst bundles for quilting, bunting making, sewing now reduced today to £3.50 from £20.00 free C&C or delivery £4.50

Laura Ashley Fabric Fat Quarters in amethyst bundles for quilting, bunting making, sewing now reduced today to £3.50 from £20.00 free C&C or delivery £4.50

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Please don't ask me why they're called Fat Quarters (I have no idea!)

Hobbycraft have their fat quarters at £7.00 but not as thick material so seems a reasonable buy at a fiver

Amethyst colourway
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Ideal for quilting bunting, sewing, cushions, crafts and patchwork, our amethyst fat quarters come in five of our iconic prints with alternative colours and a quilting kit also available.

Product code 3638069
Material 100 % Cotton
Colour Multi
Dimensions W15cm L15cm D11cm
Care Instructions 40 Degree Wash

Primrose
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Ideal for quilting bunting, sewing, cushions, crafts and patchwork, our primrose fat quarters come in five of our iconic prints with alternative colours and a quilting kit also available.

Product code 3638073
Material 100 % Cotton
Colour Multi
Dimensions W15cm L15cm D11cm
Care Instructions 40 Degree Wash

Thick material

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They were originally a quarter of a square yard of fabric in total.

primrose now out of stock
Edited by: "vanquished100" 1st Mar

Thanks OP just ordered 2 x Amethyst fat quarters. Hot!

"Fat Quarter" is easy!
A metre (or yard) of quilters cotton is (almost) a big square (100cm x 110xm)
You can cut this metre into four quarter metres in two different ways....
Standard, thin or "Skinny" quarter metres are when you cut it into 4 long strips (like cutting toast into soldiers!)
"Fat Quarters" are when you cut it into 4 little squares (like cutting a sandwich up for a toddler!)
It's cut that way (into fat quarters) because it usually ends up being a more useful shape of fabric "chunk" for making things from, to have a small square rather than a long strip.

HTH and hot deal! (I'm so sorry I missed them!)
I do hope you enjoy making whatever project you have planned for them!



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