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WOF is an abbreviation for Width of Fabric. If given as a cutting direction, it means cut the pieces of fabric as long as the width of the fabric, or the width from selvedge to selvedge. For most cotton fabric, this would be 44″. Home decor and other fabrics can be much wider.

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