Fabric.com, an Amazon.com, Inc. subsidiary (NASDAQ: AMZN), is the world’s leading online fabric store. We strive to be the most trusted and inspirational online fabric store in the world.
Founded in 1993 as the Phoenix Textiles Group, Inc. as a wholesale distributor of apparel fabrics, we launched our first website in 1999 to test the concept of selling cut-yardage fabrics directly to consumers. Today as in times past the four cornerstones of our business remain price, selection, customer service and innovation.
We focus on bringing you a wide range of cotton print, home décor and apparel fabrics along with crafts and notions. At any time our warehouse holds millions of yards of fabric. Along with bringing you the most current designer lines including Laurel Burch, Riley Blake, Robert Kaufman, Alexander Henry, Michael Miller and Premier Prints, many of the world’s best known designers sell us their first quality closeouts at the end of their season. Whether your needs run from denim to silk, linen to faux fur, velvet to shirtings, or anywhere in between, we maintain an enormous in-stock supply of fine fabrics.
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Whitestown, IN 46075
19th century civil war reenacting supplies and uniforms, shoes, leather goods, weapons, non firing, non functional, etc. For Men & Women.
Farthingales is a Canadian company selling corset & costume making supplies to theatre/ costume shops & individuals, long known for superior quality.
Bernardsville, NC 28709-0189
Welcome to Folkwear … Since the 1970s, Folkwear patterns have been used by theatre and dance costumers, historic reenactors, art-to-wear aficionados, and …
Crawfordville FL 32327
Fugawee Corp was started officially in 1986 By Art and Nancy Ayotte. To bring weal made historically accurate footwear to Re-enactors. Art was retiring after 40 years at sea having been all over the world and seen all kinds of things. He always had black powder guns and good connections for shoes. Nancy being a Jeweler by trade so along came Medallions and buttons….read more