**There is a 2 yard minimum purchase required to buy this fabric online**
Sturdy and durable. Made in China. Easy care and easy to sew. Great for uniforms and children's bottomweights.
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Isew banners, and flags. Finding trigger or "bottomweights" for that purpose is important. I hope it well come in more colors..thanks Joanne's
This is not a review but a question. I've used this to line aprons and it's fantastic but am wondering if anyone has made a casual dress out of this material. I'm looking to make a simple dress that I can wear to work - nothing too fancy - but nice.
I wish you had more in stock, can never find what I want in the colors I want, always out, but I love it, Its a great fabric, cj
Love this fabric, but why is it so difficult to find? It takes me months to get a new supply because they are always out of stock, and that's frustrating. I use this fabric to sew aprons for a church group, and I need to keep them consisent but it's very hard to find the fabric I need. I would love for JoAnns to start keeping this in stock more often.
My husband is a CNA and this fabric is the same blend as ready made scrubs. I too wish there were more color choices. I love using it.
I waited for 6 months for the joann store to get my 5 yards of black trigger. Ilost sales while waiting. What's the deal!!
The rating I gave this material is for the 59" trigger MADE IN THE USA! Contrary to what a poster below was told, it is NOT all made in the USA. What is in the stores is 57" wide, made in China and vastly inferior. I buy hundreds of yards in all colors and know the difference! Are the JoAnn Stores and the on line store 2 different companies? As for quantities on line, they don't exist. It seems to me if you offer a product on line, you should be able to handle the quantities. Try www.elite-trigger.com for the real item in many colors, including pastels.
I already have a request posted (2005). I contacted a gentleman by phone, and was told Trigger was made in the United States and he said, if they received an order for 10,000 yards they would start manufacturing it again. I seems to me, there would be enough JoAnn stores in the US, that 10,000 yards could easily be devided among all the stores. Is this a possibility? I make personalized appliqued bags for children, and for babies, I prefer the pastels. By reading all these requests, I don't understand why something hasn't been done. Trigger is the best fabric ever!. Thank you for allowing me to "vent."