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Crafter's Choice Book Club: Most of my library of books has come from this service. I usually hate book/music clubs, but this one has some excellent books at huge savings. So, if you want to try them out, click on the name of the club above.
Fabric Corner: Arlington’s local fabric store specializing in home dec and quilting fabrics. They have other basics, patterns, notions and custome services.
Fabric Place Basement: We were all missing the old Fabric Place. Now, one of the family members has opened a new store. It is in Natick, in the basement of the Cloverleaf Mall off Speen St. They have high quality fabrics, as discount pricing. Home Dec, clothing, quilting, f
Fashion Fabrics Club: I haven’t ordered anything from them, yet. But, they have a huge stock of fabrics. The best way to order online, is to request/purchase swatches.
Freddy Farkel's, also known as Fabric Showplace: Freddy Farkel’s Fabric for the Fanatically Frugal, Say that 3 times fast! They have a huge selection of Home Dec Fabrics. They even let you take home samples to see how they look in your space. Not far from the Arsenal Mall
Mill Direct Textiles: This is where you buy the real Polar Fleece directly from the manufacturer. Excellent selection of the best fleece available for clothing and blankets. They even sell prebound blankets in various colors and sizes.
Nancy’s Notions: Nancy hosts a PBS show called, Sewing with Nancy. These are products she endorses and offers for sale
Ottobre Design: A pattern magazine from Finland. Forward designs for children and women. Each children’s issue includes patterns for 40 clothing items and is published 4x a year. The women’s magazine contains 20 patterns and is put out 2x per year.
Sawyer Brook Fashion Fabrics: Located in Clinton, MA, they offer beautiful designer fabrics by mail. An Amazing selection of buttons! You can sign up for a swatch program for which they send you swatches of current stock fabrics.
Seattle Fabrics: In Seattle, WA, they offer Outdoor and Marine fabrics and supplies
Wawak, Sewing Supplies: This is a wholesale tailoring supply, like Atlanta Thread. They bought out Solo Slide Fastener, which was in MA, but this company is in NY State. They have a great prices of sewing notions and supplies. Service is excellent. They don’t have everything