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Extra wide fabric sources

Yvonne_Perkins | Posted in Fabric and Trim on

I had great success with making custom sheets per the article by Pamela Burke in the latest threads – #100. She lists in there 3 sources for extra wide fabric. Does anyone know of any others? In particular does anyone know about sources for extra wide cotten flannel?


  1. karen_morris_ | | #1

    Yvonne, I have a couple of others, but am not sure whether they're current. It's worth a try. I haven't seen super-wide flannel, though. In fact, some very expensive English flannel king size sheets that I bought had a seam on each side of the flat sheet to make it wide enough.

    Check these out:
    Homespun Fabrics & Draperies
    PO Box 4315-SA46
    Thousand Oaks, CA 91359
    extra-wide 104"- to 120" all-cotton fabric for draperies and linings, x-wide polyester sheer, x-wide muslin; catalog

    Spartex, Inc.
    PO Box 1149
    Roebuck, SC 29376
    Extra-wide fabrics for quilts, windows, tablecloths; no mail order, but will give nearest retailer

    Wilson Sales
    9045 Highway 168 West
    PO Box 425
    Boaz, AL 35957
    Quilting & home dec fabrics & supplies in small wholesale quantities at great prices; 100-in.-wide muslin, 90-in.-wide print quilt tops, batting, pillow forms, lace, drapery lining

    1. Yvonne_Perkins | | #2

      *I'll give these a try. - Thanks!

      1. sarahkayla | | #3

        Dharma trading - dharmatrading.com also sells exta wide flannel. (they are good guys)


  2. TessaGMB | | #4

    The Quilters Shop (www.quiltershop.com) has 90 inch cotton flannel for sale.

    1. carolfresia | | #5

       I recently bought 120 in. muslin at Joann's--not something I'd make sheets out of, necessarily, but it'll be great for quick, inexpensive curtains.

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