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Favorite On-line Sources

SeoulSearch | Posted in Fabric and Trim on

Hi everyone:

I am interested in hearing about other sewer’s favorite sources for fabric and notions on the web. My nearest quality fabric store is an hour away so I’d love to find some reliable places to shop on the net. I’m interested in fabric and supplies for apparel, particularly knits and flowing fabrics for dresses (although I do love to branch out and try new things.)

Thank you so much. It will save me a lot of driving time and wear on my car 🙂

Kimberlea

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  1. mkduncan | | #1

    HI

    I have several favorites.  http://www.equilter.com, http://www.mybluebamboo.com are my fabric favorites.  

    Art to wear is another passion.  For beading I ordered from http://www.millhillbeads.com.  I could go on and on......

    I have had very good experience with these sites.

    If you like to embelishment look at http://www.kalikokottage.com.

    This is an Australian company.  The dollar is strong so you get some very pretty crazy quilt fabric with coordinating embellishment for 3.95/pack.  I have seen the packs(the brown pack is especially pretty) and was impressed.  I have one the CQ cards they make are really beautiful.  I sound like a commercial, but there is no affliation.

    1. SeoulSearch | | #2

      Thank you for your suggestions--I've bookmarked the sites you mentioned--very beautiful things.

      Does anyone have a source for knits and supplies for activewear? Thank you much. Any suggestion is welcome.

      Extra thanks for the beading site--I dabble in jewelry making (simple bracelets) so this is perfect.

      1. diane2515 | | #3

        For activewear fabrics online you might check out the website http://www.fabricline.com  They have coolmax, lycra and supplex.

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