FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
I am looking for a certain type of fabric of type. Could you help me?
Firstly try and search our current online inventory using the SEARCH box in the top left hand corner, or via the FABRICS page, searching by filter. If you cannot find what you are looking for you can also email your requirements here.
Do you supply samples of your fabrics?
I’m afraid due to the nature of 'end of line' stock levels, we’re unable to offer samples. If you do require any further information on a particular fabric we’re happy to provide further photos, descriptions or even email or WhatsApp. Please contact us here.
Is there a Minimum Order Amount?
All fabrics are sold by the half metre, as per price advertised, except for REMNANTS which are sold as complete lengths, as individually stated.
I would like to order more than 1/2 metre, will I receive it in one continuous piece?
If you order a quantity of fabric with us, eg. Quantity '10', you will receive ONE CONTINUAL PIECE of 5 metres of fabric.
I would like to order a fabric I have seen via Missy Mop Fabrics's social media, is it still available?
Unless the fabric has recently been marked as SOLD via the relevant post I should still carry stock, please get in touch via email for me to confirm availability.
What is your Returns Policy?
Please find details of our Returns Policy here
How much do you charge for UK Shipping and what are the Delivery times?
Postage & Packing is £3.99 for all orders, click here for further details.
What is deadstock fabric?
Dead stock fabric is excess fabric from the garment and textile manufacturing industries for example left over from clothing factories, discontinued lines, samples and seconds. In the past this type of stock despite being very useable would’ve been destined for landfill. As such due to the nature of deadstock, there may be minor production defects close to the selvedge or elsewhere. Missy Mop Fabrics typically does not sell fabrics with major defects. Minor faults, on or adjacent to the selvedge are considered acceptable as the fabric should be still useable and as such will not be listed as defects. Faults in the main body of the fabric will be highlighted. Please be reassured that your fabric is thoroughly checked at the point of fulfilment.