I’ll admit it, I do most of my craft supply shopping online. Of course when I have the time, I love to just go and browse aimlessly; seriously, walking through Michael’s is the best. But since we don’t have a car, the internet is the fastest way to get what I need and get back to my day.
When researching online fabric retailers before making this DIY Mousepad, I came across the following amazing shops that you should absolutely check out!
1. Form & Fabric— loads of cute and modern prints (including the Cotton + Steel pictured above) at a great price. They also have amazing customer service. I’m talking about above and beyond here! Here’s the print I used for the Mousepad project. **UPDATE– store now closed, so I’m adding one more to the list**
2. Drygoods Design— based in Seattle, WA. They sell fun and playful prints and even have a cute goods section.
4. Spoonflower— Choose from several independently designed fabrics, or even make your own! Great for when you have something specific in mind.
5. Britex Fabrics— If you’ve ever been to their store in SF, then I don’t have to tell you twice about their stuff! A bit pricey, but a wide, quality selection.
6. Minted— If you ever shopped here for art, you’ll also love their quality fabric designed by independent makers/designers. Although it’s a bit more expensive per yard, you’ll still want all of their modern and fresh designs.
Do you ever shop for fabric online? If so, what are your favorite shops?
PS Huge thanks to Christine Haynes for the recommendations!