sizing of cuts
We cut all of our fabric in continuous yardage out of bolts that are typically 44-45” wide. Each “unit” of sale equals a quarter yard for solids (e.g., buying two means buying a half yard). Otherwise, a single unit equals a half yard (e.g., buying two means buying one yard). We also offer “fat quarters” for solid colors. A fat quarter is 18”x22”.
While we take utmost care in the photographing of our fabrics (and when possible, we use photographs taken and approved of by the manufacturers themselves), we cannot guarantee a perfect match with the color produced on your computer screen or electronic device.
Only residents in Texas will be charged sales tax.
WHAT FORMS OF PAYMENT DO YOU ACCEPT?
We accept Visa, Master cards, American Express, as well as Paypal. We do not accept checks or money orders.
Although Lamb and Loom does not allow order cancelations, we will combine your order with an additional order if the first has not shipped by that time. However, if we may humbly-yet-proudly say so, we ship orders quite fast, so you should take care to let us know as soon as possible if you wish to combine orders.
Unfortunately, we cannot offer wholesales on fabric at this time.
We ship orders Monday-Friday, typically the same or next (business) day, but you can place an order any day, any time. We are grateful for your business.
International packages shipped Priority typically takes two weeks. First Class international packages, three-four weeks is standard. Please do note, however: packages can and do (unfortunately and annoyingly) get caught up at borders and customs sometimes, delaying the arrival of your precious fabric. Trust us, we take all shipping seriously, working our hardest to get packages out quickly and accurately, including to our beloved international friends. Our family grew up in different countries, so we understand the frustrations that can come with moving things across borders. Please be patient.
International fees (Customs and duty fees)
The customer, not Lamb and Loom, is responsible for paying all costs associated with worldwide shipping, which may include but is not limited to duty fees and customs fees.