Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Where do you find all your fabrics? Part 2

So I shared the stores that I shop at here in Chambersburg, PA in Part 1 of this series.  Now we dive into all of my online favorites.  This is super fun and dangerous at the same time because there is just so much to choose from it is almost impossible to narrow it down when I am shopping.  So have a look around these shops and if you find a new favorite let me know.

I have to start with HyperNoodle Fabrics.  I first found them selling through Etsy and then they opened up their own website and I surely followed them there.  They have an awesome selection of designer fabrics and great prices.  Fabric always arrives quickly and beautifully packaged as well as cut perfectly straight.  This is always one the first places I go when shopping online.

Burp Cloth Set made with fabric purchased from HyperNoodle

My other absolute favorite online source for fabric is Cotton Blossom Farm.  I think I have purchased the most fabric from her.  Always arrives quickly, packaged perfectly and a straight cut every time.  I just love this shop, she always has such a great selection.

Dino Dudes Chalkboard Mat made with fabric purchased from Cotton Blossom Farm

Another online shop that I have purchased from several times is The Fat Quarter Shop.  I always wait for a free shipping promotion or a coupon code but I have gotten some beautiful fabric from them.  The shipping has always been fast here as well.

The Sesame Street fabric on the bottom party favor chalkboard mats were made using fabric purchased from the Fat Quarter Shop

My final shop that I tend to frequent is Fabric.com.  I watch them for sales or coupons so I can get a good deal.

A lot of Dr Suess fabric has been purchased from Fabric.com

Here is a list of other Etsy fabric shops that I have purchased from one or more times and had a great experience with:

Have fun fabric shopping friends!



  1. So much beautiful fabric - so little room!


  2. LOVE that Cat in the Hat fabric! Thank you for the intel too:)

  3. I don't use a ton of fabric, but I do plan on making my future purchases at Tampa Upcycle. They do pay-as-you-wish or you can barter for lots of different supplies.