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Vogue Fabrics

lovemycottons | Posted in Fabric and Trim on

Other threads posted have listed great on-line sources for fabrics and I did not see any recommedations for Vogue Fabrics. They had a booth at the Sewing Expo and the instructors there seem to like them.  Has anyone ever ordered from Vogue Fabrics? And how are the fabrics and customer service?

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  1. Tessmart | | #1

    I love their fabric. I subscribe to their monthly swatch service which I always look forward to receiving. Their fabric is geared toward fashion clothing: their choices, prices, quality of goods and shipping etc is great. Once I place an order, I receive it within a few days. I find their prices very reasonable and the quality of material if excellent. I usually order from them every other swatch booklet.

    Teri

     

    1. lovemycottons | | #2

      Thank you Tess.  I saw their swatch booklet on-line and it piqued my interest. With your positive input, I may just order one and try them out.

      1. tzipi | | #3

        Can you please post thier swatch adress. Thanks

        1. lovemycottons | | #4

          I am not very computer literate so I will give you their web site and then you can click on the swatch club icon. There are two types, "vogue fabrics by mail" and "3-2-1 fabrics"  

           http://www.voguefabricsstore.com

          Edited 2/5/2006 5:39 pm ET by lovemycottons

          1. tzipi | | #6

            Thanks for the tip but I coudn't see where to sign up to get the swatches by mail.

          2. tzipi | | #8

            Thankyou .

             

            I went onto the web site but can't figure on what to click on to subscribe for the sample swatches.

          3. sueb | | #9

            in the center of the screen there are 4 options to pick from - a trial issue, a one year subscriptiona 2 y,ear subscription or a back issue.   They are titled "vogue fabrics by mail" they do not have the word swatch in the description, perhaps that's what's confusing you. 

          4. lovemycottons | | #10

            Thanks Sue. I will have to learn how to do that some day.

             

          5. renren | | #11

            does anyone know where i can purchase treated leather for making clothes?

  2. Kilroy | | #5

    They've got a sale going on right now on beaded trims.... MMMMMmmmm beads!!!

  3. Beader | | #12

    I have been subscribing to Vogue fabric for years. I like the organized presentation in each magazine. I can take these swatches to my closet and see if they will work with what I already own. They are quick in filling orders and I have always been pleased. I also think that I receive fine quality for reasonable prices. Good Luck!

    1. lovemycottons | | #13

      What's the size of the swatch?    2" x 2" or larger? 

      1. Beader | | #14

        Vogue Fabric swatches are 2" x 3" and most have a photo in scale of the print.

  4. Elaray | | #15

    I've used Vogue Fabrics a few times and I've been very pleased each time. I really like the way the swatches are organized into coordinating groups. The swatches are big enough to get a good idea how how the fabric actually looks. Just in case a fabric has lots of open space, a photo of the fabric is usually included so you can see a larger piece. The quality of the fabric is very good and the prices are reasonable.

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