Ever wondered where to buy fabric online. If you are like me and live in the country, the thought has probably crossed your mind. Don’t get me wrong….I love our rural farm life. But making that trek to the fabric store is not an easy feat y’all. So what is a girl to do? Buy that fabric right from the comfort of my own home and have it delivered to my door. Sounds like a winner to me!
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Where to Buy Fabric Online
This has been one of my favorite sources for years! I love the selection and quality. I bought some outdoor fabrics from there and had them on my porch for many years. I couldn’t believe that they didn’t fade and cleaned up beautifully. The selection is huge but it is divided up into types. So if you are looking for home decor fabrics, they will all be in one location. You can then use the menus on the side to narrow down your selections and find the perfect fabric for any project.
Your favorite craft store also has an online store and you can purchase your fabric without even leaving your home. Again the selection is divided up by fabric type so you can look at all of the fleece fabric with just one click. You can even order online then pick up in store. No more waiting in line to get your fabric cut!
Your favorite source for handmade goods can also be a great place to find fabric. My favorite is to stalk this site for vintage fabrics and even grain sacks. If you are looking to put a unique spin on any project, this is the place to shop for your fabric needs.
Speaking of sources for unique fabrics, Spoonflower is full of fabrics that have been designed by individuals just like you. Support small business by purchasing from them on sites like these. The other great thing about this site? You can design your own fabric! Yes that is right! Custom fabric from your design. Any design. Imagine getting fabric from your child’s drawings for a Mother’s Day gift. The possibilities are endless with this one.
This is another source that I have personally used a few times. Huge selection and I have never had an issue with quality. I actually received many, many yards from them for some curtains I made and the fabric came on a huge roll which was great. Sometimes fabric arrives folded when you order it online and the creases can be a pain.
Yes your trustworthy source can also be a great place to buy fabric. In fact, I buy burlap in bulk from them all of the time. You can’t go wrong with Prime shipping and that Amazon name.
Shop around as each of these sources are top notch. Find a fabric you love online and comparison shop on each of the sites to see if you can get a better price. Once you have a fabric’s name, looking for it on various websites becomes super easy. You can do this! Now that you know where to buy fabric online, the only thing left is to do it. You might just be surprised at the results.