…Favorite Things Friday – Online Fabric Store

I was in Calico Corners this week and checked out a few samples, snipped a few swatches and got a few estimates. Once I got home and settled down from fabric overload, I realized I was not going to buy anything I looked at. Too pricey!

I’ve ordered many a time from Online Fabric Store. If you have purchased any of my chairs you have sat on fabric from this store – mostly burlap, muslin & a few lattice prints.

I wouldn’t say their prices are dirt cheap, but you can get a better deal than at a home fabric store like Calico. Sorry to say, Robert Allen is still a bundle a yard 🙁

Love these:

Braemore Gorgeous Pearl Fabric

Robert Allen Vintage Plumes Birch

Waverly Damask Duet Robins Egg Fabric

Portfolio Treads Lagoona Fabric

Portfolio Pop Flower Spa Fabric

Khanjali Glacier Fabric

Happy Friday! After camp drop off, I’m headed to Calico to return my samples.

 

www.blueeggbrownnest.com

 

 

Comments

  1. So true about the cost of fabrics. I got lucky a few months ago and scored 7 yards of the Khanjali Glacier for a song on the remnant table at Hancock Fabrics in Alexandria. I’ve also had really good luck at the remnant table at G Street in Rockville, haven’t been to 7 corners in awhile but you may have some luck there. I’d also recommend signing up for G St emails, they send out coupons all the time.

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