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Fabric Companies FAQ

Order Fabric Online

Who isn't always looking for more fabric to add to their stash. Here's some places to get great fabric online.

The Best Kept Secret
Cotton Patch Quilt Shoppe
DownEast Dyes
Fabric Loft of New England
Foothill Fabric & Sew On
Glorious Patchwork
Material Things Quilt Fabrics
MI-MU Club
On Board Fabrics
Phoenix Textiles
'Q' is for Quilt
The Quilted Fox
The Quilted Kitty
Rainbow Fabrics
Salsa Fabrics
The Secret Workshop

Fabric Manufacturers Online

Benartex Fabrics
Concord House/Concord Fabrics
Cranston Village - V.I.P. Fabrics
Fabric Traditions
FASCO Clothworks
Hi-Fashion Fabrics
Hoffman Fabrics
John Kaldor Fabrics
Kona Bay Fabrics
Marcus Brothers Textiles
Mission Valley Fabrics
MODA Fabrics
P & B Textiles
R.J.R. Fashion Fabrics
Springmaid/Wamsutta Fabrics - Daisy Kingdom and Quilter's Only

Fabric Designers

Jinny Beyer - Basic Realities
Faye Burgos - Vintage Country Charm
Eleanor Burns - Anniversary Florals
Pat Campbell - New Fossil Ferns - Impressions
Anita Covert, PhD - Beginnings
Nancy Crow- Ethnics - Graphics - Romantic Florals
Carol Endres - Peace in the Country - J. Apple 'n Bee Orchard
Marianne Fons & Liz Porter - Belle France - Savannah - Cumberland
Nancy Halvorsen - Berry Patch Fabrics
Roberta Horton
Karen Jarrar
Lynette Jensen - Paint Box Prints
Nancy Johnson-Srebro - Keepsakes
Gerry Kimmel-Carr - Peaceful Journey
Faye Liverman-Burgos - Redwork & Blue
Dianna Marcum
Marsha McCloskey - Staples
Beebe Moss - Something Wonderful
Jan Mullen - Bright Blitz
Debbie Mumm - Fabric Collections
Paula Nadelstern - Serendipity
Sue Penn - Northern Brights
Susie Robbins - Color Profusion - Gardenscapes
Judie Rothermel - Garibaldi Prints - Civil War Prints - New Century - Stars and Stripes
Doreen Speckmann - Provence
Laura Wagner - Pemberley

If you would like to have your page listed here, please use our online form and specify that you would like your link added to the Fabrics page

Fabric Content Testing

A reprint from Quiltnet by Kathryn C

To do a fiber content test, clip a long thin piece of the fabric and over a fire proof dish (like an ashtray), burn one end and let it go out or put it out (don't burn your fingers ;) )..

  • If the fabric contains polyesters or similar synthetic fibers in it the burned edge will have small hard plastic globules, where the plastic melted instead of burning.
  • If the fabric is pure cotton, nothing will remain but a gray ash that easily disintegrates.
  • If the fabric is pure silk, the fabric will be hard to ignite and will give out a distinctive oder.
  • I don't know for sure what wool does, but I think it gives out the odor of burned hair.
  • Rayon burns much as cotton does, as it is celluose and is hard to tell from cotton with a burn test.
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