Is your product photography colour-corrected?

Updated 4 years ago by Nancy Vamvakas

Is what I see, what I will get?

As much as we would like to say yes. It is not uncommon for there to be slight variances in colour or texture over what is represented in the product photography on our store.

"This is why we cannot stress highly enough the importance of requesting a free cutting of the fabrics before you commit to placing an order."

Once an order is placed it is final. If we are running a time-limited promotion and you are fearful that you may miss out if you wait to first view an ordered cutting, simply email us.With most promotions, we can usually lock in a price for you working with the suppliers who are very supportive. 

Of course, while we can usually lock in a price, we have no way of guaranteeing stock availability if you subsequently decide to commit to an order.

It is normal practice among all the fabric houses/distributors to only allow a 'hold' to be put on the stock required to fill your potential order for 3-5 working days.

We also have an inability to guarantee stock for clearance or discontinued lines, whether they are categorised as such in our store or the fabric house supplying the fabric decides to discontinue a product before we have an opportunity to mark it as so in the store.

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