108" wide fabric is suitable for backing quilts, tablecloths, bedding, or any project that requires a large piece of fabric.
I will NEVER buy the red again! its been washed 12 times, and treated twice, and had color catchers, old remedies and it still bleeds! I am taking it back and if they won't take it back I am contacting the manufacturer, this is ridiculous! it should not keep bleeding!
I bought the turkey red color for the back of a quilt but pre-washed it twice and it has bled massively both times. I can't risk putting it on a $300 quilt and then have it bleed after construction.
I purchased this product for the 108" width. It was not 108" wide. It was only 102" wide. I tried to use it anyway but found it difficult to work with. I will never buy it again. A waste of money.
Love the fabric and the price but definitely need more colors. Would like to see 120" widths also.
I would Love to be able to get solid color backing in widths of 120". I make California King size quilts and would prefer to not have a seam down the middle. The 120" muslin is sometimes to hard to dye to match.
I purchased this fabric for a different application, but was expecting something much more stiff based on other reviews. This feels the same to me as a 250 thread count sheet, and not at all stiff or uncomfortable. If you are expecting the feel of egyptian cotton you don't by fabric for $8/yd.
I am alittle confused. I do need the 108" fabric but don't know who to believe. Is it too stiff to hand quilt or is the problem just the colors and texture of fabric that people don't like? Gave it all "0" because I do not own any of this fabric yet.
PLEASE.PLEASE.PLEASE, GET MORE COLORS, PASTELS AS WELL