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Thread: Warm and Natural By The Bolt, How Many Yards?

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    Super Member piepatch's Avatar
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    Warm and Natural By The Bolt, How Many Yards?

    I was reading JoAnn's e-mail showing Warm and Natural by the bolt. I looked forever trying to see how many yards are in the bolt, but all I ever found was a small print post that said 90X108. I assume it is 90" wide, but 108" long........only 3 yards? Really? Looks like somebody made a mistake. Anybody know how many yards is in a roll of Warm and Natural?

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    I just checked mine and it doesn't say anything on the box, but I think it was 40 yds.

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    I too think a bolt is 40 yards.
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    In the full bolt that they cut from there is 40 yards. I've bought full bolts when the coupons were right, like on sale PLUS you could use a coupon. I don't see Warm and Natural on sale in my sales circular so can't comment on what you are looking at.
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    Most of the time they are sold as 40 yard bolts. I've seen 20 yard bolts though. 90" X 108" would be a pre-cut queen size, not an entire bolt, I wouldn't think.
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    I bought warm and natural on a bolt it was 90" and 20yds

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    I found the ad you're looking at. Someone made a mistake. It should be 40 yards.

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    Thanks to all. I knew it had to be a mistake if the bolt cost $224, but since I have never bought a whole bolt, I had no idea how many yards are there.

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