I’m often asked where I buy all of the fabric for my sewing and crafting projects. Let me share with you my favourite online fabric shopping sources today and why I like them.

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This is THE place to go if you’re looking for gorgeous home decor fabric for a reasonable shipping rate. I’ve also purchased great fabric basics here like burlap, satin and velvet. Their customer service is excellent, and their shipping to Canada is inexpensive (which is rare!). Here are some projects I’ve done with fabric purchase from OnlineFabricStore.net (click the photo to be taken to the project post):

How to Sew DIY Grommet Topped Drapes How to make a DIY no sew table runner http://amzn.to/1oRbsz2 Video Tutorial: How to sew gorgeous, professional looking pillow covers with piped edges and a hidden back zipper.

Anthropologie Inspired Linen Burlap Christmas Stockings - Free Pattern & Tutorial How to make a DIY Roman shade Free Pattern and Tutorial for Frozen Elsa and Anna Dresses How to make easy DIY cafe curtains


This is a great place for a huge selection of quilting cottons, home decor fabric, and fashion fabrics. I like to buy my fabrics for clothing here, along with blanket fabrics, but the shipping can be expensive to Canada. Here are some projects I’ve done with fabric purchase from Fabric.com (click the photo to be taken to the project post):

How to sew an easy kimono cardigan with a fringe - free video tutorial! This is just 5 rectangles sewn together - lovely! Adorable DIY shabby chic inspired bedding in pink, gold and white for a girls room - instructions and fabric sources. How to make a reversible baby jumper / dress + a FREE 24 month sewing pattern! A free soft baby slippers / booties pattern and tutorial with video

How to sew the softest DIY baby blanket with two layers of minky fabric and satin binding DIY No-Sew Fabric Covered Blackout Roller Blinds by The DIY Mommy. Just use spray adhesive, fabric and ribbon for an exciting update to your roller blinds!


Etsy has some great fabric sellers that carry some really unique fabrics. When I used to make a lot of baby clothes and accessories, I’d find some adorable cotton prints to buy on Etsy. Shipping options and customer service will vary depending on the seller, but I’ve had all good experiences buying fabric from Etsy so far.


Want really unique fabric or want to design your own fabric? Spoonflower is the place to go! There are some beautiful and super-unique fabrics by up and coming designers here, and I’ve even made my own fabric and used it from Spoonflower. The cost is rather expensive, but you can create really unique and custom sewing projects.

So that’s it! Those are my top sources for buying fabric online. I know there are a lot of other options, but these are my favourites and the ones that I’ve had the most success with so far.

Do you have a favourite spot to buy fabric from online that I haven’t mentioned here? Let me know in the comments below so that I can check it out!

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THE best places to buy fabric online from The DIY Mommy