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Featured Category: Fabric & Crafts


Do you like to do sewing projects?  This week our category is fabric and craft/hobby websites.

Fabrics.Com – a subsidiary of Amazon so you can imagine they would say they are “the world’s leading online fabric store”.  Their cornerstones are “price, selection, customer service, and innovation”.

Natures Fabrics – offer a “complete line of earth-friendly fabrics to help diaper your little one and clothe yourself”.  Many of their fabrics carry the Oeko-Tex Standard 100 Certification.

Online Fabric Store –  have a longstanding relationship with vendors and mills that allows them to bring the best and most hard-to-find fabrics to you at the lowest possible prices.

RebFabStash – started on Etsy by Reb as something to do in retirement, but has grown so much they have their own website now, “providing high-quality supplies at a  fraction of the cost you’ll find elsewhere”. Isn’t their logo beautiful?

Others specialty fabric websites you can consider are:

Esty – not only finished hand made goods, you can find supplies to make your own

LinenME – as the name states, focuses on linen fabrics

Decorators Best – designer favorite fabrics

Spoonflower – designed by individual designers, not big brand names

Looking for the big-name chains to find any and all your craft needs (including fabric) you can try:

Hobby Lobby



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