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  • Andover Fabrics

    Andover Fabrics supplies independent quilt shops and fabric retailers worldwide with a dazzling variety of fine quality cotton, cotton flannel, and wool fabrics designed for today’s quilter and sewer. 

  • Alexander Henry Fabrics

    Alexander Henry is a premier textile design house, producing cutting-edge, original cotton prints. A favorite of manufacturers and home-sewers alike, their ever-growing collection embraces a wide range of themes inspired by art history, runway fashion and the culture at large.

  • Art Gallery Fabrics

    AGF is known for their incredible quality, modern designs & variety of substrates. We invite you to explore the world of Art Gallery Fabrics. 

    In 2004, the desire to bring a chic and modern perspective to the quilting industry is what inspired the start of Art Gallery Fabrics. Since then creativity, beauty, and design have been their passions. And to this day, they have not changed.

    Many describe Art Gallery's style as “Contemporary Elegant” and they feel that description fits. They love to design fabrics that fit today’s modern lifestyle while adding a chic, sophisticated touch. 

  • Banyan Batiks

    Banyan Batiks challenges all aspects of the batik design process, from innovative tjaps, designs and color, to the finishing of goods that uses Northcott’s secret silky finish. 


    Banyan Batiks is a division of Northcott and was established in 2017. Banyan Batiks offers handmade batiks from Indonesia and are designed for the quilting, crafting and home décor industries.

  • Benartex

    Benartex is a leading supplier of creative 100% designer cotton prints. Their goal is to provide a large selection of beautiful, fine quality cotton prints to the creative women and men worldwide who design and make quilts, crafts, wearable art, and home decorating items. So truly Benartex is Fabric for quilters. By quilters.

  • Birch Fabrics

    Birch Organic Fabrics was created in an effort to provide an environmentally friendly cotton alternative to the quilting and crafting community. Their fabric if produced from 100% organic cotton and printed with low impact dye.  Birch Fabrics is devoted to the highest quality of organic cotton fabrics in the marketplace, with a strong yet whimsical design perspective.

  • Clothworks Fabrics

    About Clothworks: A family owned and operated since 1957, is nestled between Boeing Field and the industrial arts district of Georgetown in beautiful Seattle. We are a small team of dedicated individuals who value a fun atomosphere and family friendly policies. We sell premium quality quilting cotton wholesale to the retail trade only. Look for our fabrics, with the Clothworks board-end label, in independent quilt shops all over the United States and internationally.

  • Cotton + Steel

    Cotton+Steel, a division of RJR Fabrics, was founded in 2013 on the ideas that there is strength in collaboration and value in good design. They believe in surrounding yourself with inspiring, beautiful things, and that the materials you choose for your creative pursuits should make it easy for you bring your projects to life.

  • Dear Stella Fabrics

    Dear Stella is a unique fabric brand with modern style, evoking an edgy freshness, and combining the best of old traditions with modern influences. These beautiful fabrics will inspire both a traditional quilter and a contemporary “sewist” to reinvent their sewing style.

  • FreeSpirit

    FreeSpirit Fabrics speaks to a community of quilters and sewists who look to the brand and family of designers for inspiration. The brand speaks of creativity and vivacious fun for quilting, home decor, crafting and more.

    FreeSpirit brings together a global portfolio of leading designers to create high-quality fabrics. The fabrics are as diverse and expressive as the artists themselves – perfect for those seeking out inspiration.
  • Hoffman Fabrics

    Hoffman Fabrics designs and creates more than 800 innovative screen prints and handmade batik fabrics each year. Their team of in-house textile artists creates fabric collections for the quilting/home-sewing industry. Designers and collections include Me + You, Latifa Saafir, Mountainpeek Creations, McKenna Ryan, Bali Batiks, Indah Solids, and now, a wide variety of Spectrum Digital Prints.

  • In the Beginning

    In The Beginning was started in Seattle, Washington, as a retail store in 1977 by Sharon Evans Yenter. It was Sharon's goal to fill quilters' and crafters' need for high-quality cotton fabrics, classes, inspiration, and friendship. Over the years In The Beginning grew from a tiny loft space into an over 6,000-square-foot quilters' paradise. 

  • Kokka

    Kokka Co., Ltd. is a Japanese textile manufacturer and wholesaler known worldwide for its printed fabrics. We have a huge selection of textiles to meet every need and requirement.

    We strive to enrich your life and generate new cultural value through our business.
    With our corporate motto “Make life fun, Make life rich”,
    Kokka continues its efforts to inspire and appreciate our customers as well as contribute to society.

  • M & S Textiles - Australia

    M&S Textiles Australia is found with the dream of empowering the Australian Aboriginal Designs to create on-demand, custom-designed textiles. Australian Aboriginal or Indigenous designs are colourful, vibrant and decorative. It is one of the longest continuing traditional arts in the world.


    At M&S Textiles Australia, all designs are created by Australian Aboriginal artists and their experience with the Dreamtime. The designs are crafted using only the colours seen in nature; because of this, our fabrics work very well together with other fabrics. M&S Textiles licenses each artwork showcased on the website and pays a fair share of the price to the artist or the aboriginal community.

  • Maywood Studio

    Known for timeless floral cottons, Shadow Play blenders and the famously soft Woolies Flannel, Maywood Studio has been the quilter’s fabric source since 1995. From prints with a modern spin to vintage reproductions and everything in between, each collection is crafted with upmost care, attention to detail and a belief in the simple pleasure of sewing with excellent fabrics. For quilting, craft, apparel, and wherever the art of sewing takes you and your projects, Maywood Studio continues in a proud tradition of classic beauty and reliable quality.

  • Moda

    Moda Fabrics leads the way with innovative fabrics designed in-house and by many of the industry’s most popular designers and creative talents.  

  • Riley Blake Designs

    Riley Blake Designs is a family-owned fabric manufacturer based in Alpine, Utah. The company was born nearly a decade ago to provide high-quality fabrics to inspire and delight quilters, sewists, and makers. Riley Blake partners with local and international artists to design fabric lines with vintage sensibilities and a happy attitude. These beautiful prints and solids reflect a contemporary feel for color, resulting in versatile fabrics for quilting, apparel, crafting, or home decor.
  • Robert Kaufman

    Robert Kaufman Fabrics offers an extensive supply of cotton prints, novelty fabrics, yarn-dyes and solids, covering a full assortment of woven fabric offerings such as poplin, twill, denim, corduroy, linen, canvas, crepe, voile, lawn, satin, georgette, flannel, organza, chenille, stretch wovens, plaids, stripes, etc. Fiber contents include cotton, poly/cotton, polyester, linen, cotton/spandex, and various other blends.

  • StudioE

    Studioe Fabrics began in 2008. It was formed with the idea to bring a fresh and new approach in textile designs to independent quilt shops worldwide. 

    In October 2012, Studioe Fabrics recreated and renewed itself with a new website,a new lead designer, and a stable of talented designers and licensors that contribute to the success of the lines. 

    In September of 2014, all the Studioe sales were moved under the to The Blank Quilting Corporation's umbrella. As such, Studioe now has nearly 40 sales reps throughout the US that are ready to serve you. 

    Studioe designs are intended to inspire and delight consumers who appreciate great designs, high quality fabric, and competitive pricing. They enjoy participating in the quilting and sewing industry and love meeting the people who use their fabrics. They also support their end-users and quilt shops by offering tons of free projects on their website.

  • Windham/Baum Textiles

    A family run business since 1955, Baum Textile Mills, Inc. is a producer of the finest quality fabrics for the home sewing industry. In 1995, after recognizing a need for more quality quilting and crafting fabrics, Baum began to add beautiful cotton sheetings to its collections and saw the popularity of these lines grow rapidly. In response to this growing market, Baum decided to focus its efforts on the needs of the independent quilt shops and introduced a new division, Windham Fabrics. Known for its authentic reproductions of antique fabrics, Windham also offers florals, textures, retro and many other contemporary fabric collections sourced from home textiles, scrapbooking and the fashion industries that are created exclusively for quilt shops only.