Fabric.com has gone soooooo downhill over the past year, I wish I could time travel back to 2009 and buy everything back when you could combine their once great sales, low cotton pricing, and a 30% off total purchase coupon. And decent customer service. Sigh.
Fabricworm is another good one. I agree that Etsy has lots of good stores. I've been happy with the fabric I've gotten from Connecting Threads, too- it's not premium stuff, but, it's great for the price.
Post by Starbuck128 on Feb 11, 2015 13:04:14 GMT -5
I buy cotton from Fabric.com, but only from designers I've noticed have quality fabric in B&M quilt shops.
Spoonflower is nice because their patterns are always printed on the same fabric. You can order a swatch packet of their fabric types so you know ahead of time what you are getting. They charge a lot per yard, so it's the least they can do.
I don't buy fabric that often anymore because I have far too much now. If I'm buying online, it's usually for a specific project, so I'll usually search for what I need. I don't really have a "go to" place other than Green Fairy Quilts where I get almost all of my precuts (their free US shipping is awesome). I also like Westwood Acres and Etsy in general (lots of different shops - just depends on what I need).
Most of my fabric purchases have actually been through Instagram. I follow a lot of people that have Etsy shops. It's cheaper for them to sell through IG (no Etsy fees), so you can usually get a better deal if they sell there too. There is also #thegreatfabricdestash hashtag you can follow on IG. You can get good deals from people trying to clear out their fabric stashes.
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