December 11, 2011
Fabric & Quilting Supplies:
5bucksayard.com> All well-known fabric lines, probably last year's line, but quite a large and beautiful selection.
A good place to look for fabric for a bed quilt.
justimagination.com Has among the most beautiful hand dyes you will ever see.
eQuilter.com Another very large fabric site.
Also has an email newsletter. One unique andvery usable part is the "design" feature,where you can put all of your shopping cart items on
the same page to see if they coordinate, and movethem around. Sorta neat.
GloriousFabrics.com. This great site has batiks,ikat, hand-dyed, marbleized and Japanese fabrics, as
well as patterns for clothing and quilts, plus
books. Worth checking out.
International Fabric CollectionWhat a website for those interested in ethnic/foreign fabrics!!!
African, Guatemalan ikats, Liberty of London, French (including sunny yellows and blues from Provence), Japanese of all kinds, and a wide variety of sashiko
needs includingpreprinted fabrics, needles, threads of many colors (including multicolored) and solid
indigo fabric. Feast your eyes!
Cherrywood Fabrics Marvelous suede-finish hand-dyed cotton
solids in graduated color ranges.
Denver Fabrics Fabric for fashion,
dancewear, costumes, rug hooking, crafts and home decor. Many silk, wool, and linen designer fabrics. Prices often at or below wholesale fabric pricing. Also sewing notions,
trims, books and patterns at discount.
ReproductionFabrics.com This fun site features reproductions offabrics from the colonial era up through the
Depression, as well as timeless classics and gorgeous natural indigo prints. Suggested by Pam Carlson.
The Glorious Color Shop formerly
Glorious Patchwork, specializes in fabric, books patterns, and other products designed or selected for quilters by Kaffe Fassett and Liza Prior
Lucy. Suggested by Linda Warnock.
Fabric Mart Hawai'ian fabrics at wholesale prices. Huge selection, but unfortunately a 5 yard
minimum and no samples.
The Shibori Dragon Interested in sashiko? This site has it all. Samplers and fabric; thread (many colors)
and needles, patterns, stencils and books. A very large selection.
Fat Quarter Shop Specializing in fat quarter bundles for the quilting enthusiast.
Artfabrik Laura Wasilowski's site - hand-dyed fabrics and threads, blog, gallery, class schedule
Nancy Rink Designs A nice selection of hand dyed color gradations, free block of the month pattern, quilt gallery, book and product
reviews, tips and patterns.
The Thread Studio Interesting and unusual threads, embellishments and other notions from Australia.
Suggested by Carol Tackett.
Superior Threads has >pages of educational tips and information on their site.
Recommended by Carol Tackett.
Fons & Porter: Love of Quilting Quilt kits, Quilting Supplies and Free Patterns.
eBay Listings : Hobbies: Needlecraft: Quilting
Quilting Software, Patterns, Products & Clip Art:
CompuQuilt - Software for the computerized quilter
Quilting at About.com - free quilt patterns
quilting tips & clip art If you subscribe to their email
newsletter you get good stuff.
Quilter's Cache Quilt blocks galore, plus applique and paper-piecing instructions and
templates, fabric care and other tips and how-tos.
Cottonwood Quilts Sells easy quilt patterns and kits, and features a beginners' block of the month.
Also includes lots of quilting information and tips, and a newsletter where readers can ask questions about quilting.
Victoriana Quilt Designs A large resource including many free patterns, designs, etc.
Free Motion Filler Designs A great resource for free motion designs -
complete with videos.
Guilds, Groups and Shows:
Quilt Guilds Worldwide as listed by the members of those guilds
QuiltNet Includes lists of shows (by state); national and local guilds; quilt museums; contests/challenges; quilt mailing lists; links to
other quilt page and quilt-related businesses
International Quilt Festivals and Markets Houstion, Chicago, Long Beach
East Bay Heritage Quilters: Gallery of Voices in Cloth shows
Quiltart: Contemporary Art Quilters on the Internet Has extensive links for art quilts and supplies, as well as a listing of
current calls for entry from shows across the country, plus a changing gallery and a very active chat room for people interested in art quilts.
TheQuilterCommunity.com is a place for quilters of all skill levels to find and share
up-to-date and thorough information, tips, blocks and patterns. The site also features chat communities and the ability to search for events, guilds, stores, and
teachers through an easy-to-navigate setting.