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Laura Cunningham

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  • Comment: Finding a reliable source of fabric online is never easy. With so many sites all offering what they each claim to be the best selection of fabrics that you’ll find anywhere it’s hard to know which sources to believe and which to distrust. When searching for fabric online I always make sure that I conduct a thorough amount of research before even choosing which fabric to buy, let alone where to buy it from. Finding a reputable source comes down a lot in part to just past experience. What sort of fabrics have you had good or even bad experiences with in past? Know the project that you want a fabric for as that will also play a part in your decision making. Do you want a robust fabric or a fabric that’s easier to shear through in quick time? Find a good fabric and then do a google search for reviews of it. What are other people saying about it? Are the reviews not only favourable but do they appear to be applicable to your project? Then also do the same for the retailer that you choose to buy from. If it’s a lesser known site that you haven’t brought from before then maybe try just a small quantity in your first order before you are sure that is a reputable site and build some trust up in the service that they offer.

First Name Laura
Last Name Cunningham




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Country USA
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Topic revision: r1 - 2018-07-23 - TWikiRegistrationAgent
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