FABRIC RETAILERS ORGANIZED BY PRODUCT CATEGORY
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- Items that are sewn or otherwise attached to a finished article, such as buttons, snaps, and collar stays, but the term also includes small tools used in sewing, such as thread, pins, marking pens, and seam rippers.
A Great Notion Sewing Supply Ltd. (Canada) - www.AGreatNotion.com
Britex - www.BritexFabrics.com
ClothingLabels4u.com - www.ClothingLabels4u.com
Clotilde - www.Clotilde.com
Cutting-Mats.net - www.Cutting-Mats.net
Friends Fabric Art - www.FriendsFabricArt.com
Nancy's Notions - www.NancysNotions.com
Manhattan Wardrobe Supply - www.WardrobeAupplies.com
M&J Trimming - www.MJTrim.com
- A three-dimensional model of the torso used for fitting clothing that is being designed or sewed. When making a piece of clothing, it can be put on the dress form so one can see the fit and drape of the garment as it would appear on a body, and make adjustments or alterations.
- Basic fabrics that are easily sourced by the supplier.
Apple Annie Fabrics - www.AppleAnnieFabrics.com
B&J Fabrics - www.BAndJFabrics.com
Banksville Designer Fabrics - www.BanksvilleDesignerFabrics.com
Britex Fabrics - www.BritexFabrics.com
Contemporary Cloth - www.ContemporaryCloth.com
Creating Everyday - www.MarcyTilton.com
Cynthia's Fine Fabrics - www.CynthiasFineFabrics.com
Cutting Line Designs - www.CuttingLineDesigns.com
Denver Fabrics - www.DenverFabrics.com
Delectable Mountain Cloth - www.DelectableMountain.com
Designer Fabrics Online - www.DesignerFabrics.ca
Dharma Trading Co. - www.DharmaTrading.com
Discount Fabrics USA - www.DiscountFabricsUSACorp.com
Distinctive Fabric Superstore - www.DistinctiveFabric.com
Elegance Fabrics - www.EleganceFabrics.com
Elfriede's Fine Fabrics - www.ElfriedesFineFabrics.com
Elliott Berman Textiles - www.ElliottBermanTextiles.com
Emma One Sock - www.EmmaOneSock.com
Fabric.com - www.Fabric.com
Fabric Depot - www.FabricDepot.com
Fabric Direct - www.FabricDirect.com
Fabric & Fabrics - www.Fabrics-Fabrics.com
Fabric Indulgence and Art Supply - www.FabricAndArt.com
Fabric Mart - www.FabricMartFabrics.com
Fabric Place Basement - www.FabricPlaceBasement.com
Fabrications - www.FabricationsOnline.com
Fabrics on Mill Street - www.FabricsOnMillSt.com
Fabrics Unlimited - www.FabricsUnlimited.net
Fabrique Fabrics - FabriqueFabrics.com
Fairytale Frocks and Lollipops - FairytaleFrocksandLollipops.com
Farmhouse Fabrics - www.FarmhouseFabrics.com
Fashionista Fabrics - www.fashionistafabrics.com
Feminine Touch Fabrics - FTFabrics.com
Fine Fabrics - www.FineFabrics.com
Fine Fabric Stores - www.FineFabricStores.com
Fleece Fabric - www.Fleece-Fabric.comFun Fabrics -FunFabrics.comThe French Seam - www.TheFrenchSeam.com
Friends Fabric Art - www.FriendsFabricArt.com
Gala Fabrics - www.GalaFabrics.com
Gayfeather Fabrics - www.GayfeatherFabrics.com
Ginny's Fine Fabrics - GinnysFineFabrics.com
Gorgeous Fabrics - www.GorgeousFabrics.com
Haberman Fabrics - www.HabermanFabrics.com
Hart's Fabric - www.HartsFabric.com
High Fashion Fabrics - www.HighFashionFabrics.com
Hoffman California Fabrics - www.HoffmanFabrics.com
Jasco Fabrics - www.JascoFabrics.comJo-Ann Fabric and Craft Store - www.Joann.com
Josephine's Dry Goods - JosephinesDryGoods.com
Les Fabriques - www.LesFabriquesInc.com
Linton Direct - www.LintonDirect.comMartha's Fabrics - www.Marthas-Fabrics.com
The Material Girls, LLC - www.MaterialGirlQuilt.com
Mekong River Textiles - www.MekongRiverTextiles.com
Michael's Fabrics - www.MichaelsFabrics.com
Mill Direct Textiles - www.MillDirectTextiles.com
Mill End Store - www.MillEndStore.comMood Fabrics - www.MoodFabrics.comNature's Fabrics - http://www.NaturesFabrics.com
Nancy's Sewing Basket - www.NancysSewingBasket.com
NY Fashion Center Fabrics - www.NYFashionCenterFabrics.com
The Oakville Sewing Centre - www.OakvilleSewing.com
Over the Rainbow - www.OverRainbow.com
Osgood Textile - www.OnlineFabricStore.net
Pacific Fabrics - www.PacificFabrics.com
Pink Chalk Fabrics - www.PinkChalkFabrics.com
Plush Cat Designs, LLC - www.PlushCatDesigns.com
Project Sewing Workshop - www.ProjectSewingWorkshop.com
Reproduction Fabrics - www.ReproductionFabrics.com
Sawyer Brook - www.SawyerBrook.com
Selvedge Studio - SelvedgeStudio.com
Sew Fancy Inc. - www.SewFancy.com
Sew It Seams - SewItSeamsLLC.com
Sew It Up - www.SewItUp.com
Sew, Mama, Sew! - www.SewMamaSew.com
Sew Materialistic - www.Sew-Materialistic.com
Sewkeyse - EmmaSeabrooke.com
Sewzanne's Fabrics - www.SewzannesFabrics.com
The Sewing Garret - www.SewingGarret.com
The Sewing Workshop - www.SewingWorkshop.com
The Smuggler's Daughter - www.SmugglersDaughter.com
Simply Sunshine - www.SimplySunshine.comStonemountain & Daughter Fabrics - www.StoneMountainFabric.com
Stragier (Belgium) - www.Stragier.blogspot.comStylish Fabric - www.StylishFabric.com
Tessuti (Australia) - www.Tessuti.com.au
Textile Fabric Store - www.TextileFabricStore.com
Treadle Yard Goods - www.TreadleYardGoods.comVirginia Marti Fabrics - VirginiaMartiFabrics.com
Vogue Fabrics - www.VogueFabricsStore.com
ASIAN AND KIMONO FABRICS
- Typically printed in Japan, primarily on cotton or silk, they're perfect for quilting, garments, and home decor projects. Designs include Koi fabric, geisha fabrics, dragon fabrics and Asian floral print fabrics.
- Batik fabric is a technique of wax-resist dyeing applied to whole cloth, or cloth made using this technique.
- Ikat, or ikkat, is a dyeing technique used to pattern textiles that employs resist dyeing on the yarns prior to dyeing and weaving the fabric. In ikat the resist is formed by binding individual yarns or bundles of yarns with a tight wrapping applied in the desired pattern. The yarns are then dyed.
- African fabrics commonly known as "African prints", "African wax prints", "Holland wax" and "Dutch wax", is a 100% cotton fabric with vibrant patterns. It is usually a colorful cloth and is primarily associated with Africa because of its tribal-like patterns and motifs.
Batiks Etcetera - www.Batiks.com
St. Theresa Textile Trove - www.StTheresaTextile.com
The Unique Spool - www.UniqueSpool.com
Fabric Indulgence & Art Supply - www.FabricAndArt.com
Fabrics of the World - www.FabricsOfTheWorld.com
French Connections - www.French-NC.com
- Cotton is a natural fiber that comes from the seedpod of the cotton plant and is used to make many fabric types at every price point. The fiber is hollow in the center and, under the microscope, resembles a twisted ribbon... The two most common weaves for cotton are the plain and twill weave.
- Typically fabrics used for use in household design such as drapes, curtains, headboards and table tops.
- Fur Fabric is a fabric usually woven or knitted from rayon, wool, or cotton and made with a pile that is dyed and finished to resemble an animal's fur.
- Leather Fabric is a fabric of finish intended to substitute for leather. Bicast leather, a synthetic upholstery product. Kirza, developed in the Soviet Union. Pleather, a term for artificial leather. Poromeric imitation leather, are a group of synthetic leather substitutes.
Abe Leather - www.AbeLeather.com
Field's Fabrics Online Store - www.FieldsFabrics.com
Global Leathers - www.GlobalLeathers.com
H.E. Goldberg & Co. - www.HEGoldbergFur.com
The Hide House - www.HideHouse.com
Leather, Suede, Skins, Inc. - www.LeatherSuedeSkins.com
Montana Leather Company - www.MontanaLeather.com
Oregon Leather Co. - www.OregonLeatherCo.com
Tandy Leather Factory - www.TandyLeatherFactory.com
- Characterized by fine, often sheer, usually white cotton or linen fabrics trimmed with an assortment of lace, insertions, tucks, narrow ribbon, and smocking, imitating such hand-work techniques as whitework embroidery, Broderie Anglaise, and hemstitching.
LACE, LINGERIE, & BRIDAL FABRICS
- Lace is a delicate fabric made of yarn or thread in an open weblike pattern, made by machine or by hand. Originally linen, silk, gold, or silver threads were used. Now lace is often made with cotton thread, although linen and silk threads are still available.
- Lingerie Fabric is commonly made of silk fabric, cotton fabric, or satin fabric - all of which are beautiful, elegant, soft, and supple, and are the prime choices for creating sensuous lingerie and undergarments.
- Bridal Fabrics usually consist of luxurious satins and silks for the gowns and bridesmaid dresses to intricate lace for a use in veils.
Baltazor Fabric Boutique, LLC - www.Baltazor.com
F&S Fabrics - www.FAndSFabrics.com
Haberman Fabrics - www.HabermanFabrics.com
Lace Heaven - www.LaceHeaven.com
Lace & Co. - www.LaceCo.com/
Sew Sassy Fabrics - www.SewSassy.com
- These are fabrics typically known for their durability, breath-ability and have the ability to shed water.
The Green Pepper Inc. - www.TheGreenPepper.com
MacPhee Workshop - www.MacPheeWorkshop.com
Mill Yardage - www.MillYardage.com
Peak Fabrics - www.PeakFabrics.com
The Rain Shed - www.TheRainShed.com
Rockywoods Outdoor Fabrics - www.RockyWoods.com
Seattle Fabrics - www.SeattleFabrics.com
- Cultivated primarily from silkworms on mulberry leaves. Once the worms start pupating in their cocoons, these are dissolved in boiling water in order for individual long fibers to be extracted and fed into the spinning reel.
Aurora Silk - www.AuroraSilk.com
Decorative International Silk, Inc. - www.DecorativeSilk.com
Mulberry Silks and Fine Fabrics - www.MulberrySilks.net
Oriental Silk Co. Imports - www.OrientalSilk.com
Sarah Veblen Clothing Originals - www.SarahVeblen.com
Silk Baron - www.SilkBaron.com
Thai Silks - www.ThaiSilks.com
WOOL FABRICS & TAILORING
- Derived from the fleece of the sheep or lamb or hair of the Angora or Cashmere goat (and may include the so-called specialty fibers from the hair of the camel, alpaca, llama, and vicuna) which has never been reclaimed from any woven or felted wool product.