The craft store is my happy place. Each trip is like an adventure and I always find something new and exciting. But lately, just leaving my house feels weird and I've been turning to online shopping for as many things as I can. And that even includes fabric. Earlier this year I shared some of my Favorite Fabric Finds and as I've done more online shopping (as well as released my own ice dyed fabric collection, hint hint), I'm sharing more fabric favorites that you can find online.
Before the pandemic, I so wished Fabric Bubb had an in-person store, because this Seattle-based fabric store always has gorgeously curated fabric bundles and I always wanted to peruse their stash. Now I'm so thankful they're dedicated to online shopping! If you're looking for a gorgeous collection, see what Kristina has put together.
Another online shop that I've frequented of late is Cottoneer. Just take all my money! They have such a wide selection of high quality fabrics that I don't usually see in my local craft stores that I just have to stock up, even if I'm not sure what I'll actually use that fabric for yet.
Batik fabrics are gorgeous hand dyed collections that are always unique and add texture and depth to a project. These fabrics are quickly becoming a staple in my stash. Find this gorgeous collection and more at Bebe Fabric Studio.
Natural dyed fabrics have a special spot in my heart. I've done some natural dyeing, to varying success, and let me tell you, it takes a lot of work! Has Been Craft has a lovely selection of naturally dyed linen along with many other vintage finds. And if you'd like to try naturally dyeing fabrics, give this book a try.
Another natural fabric choice are these eco printed fabrics by Wildwood Brooms. Each of their fabrics are uniquely hand dyed using natural plants for a truly special piece of fabric. Thinking of giving eco printing a try? This book is a great guide to getting started with all sorts of tips and tricks.
Something I've been itching to try it marbling. I've watched countless YouTube video on how to do it, (It's just so relaxing, I can't look away.) But even with all those video views, I haven't actually taken the plunge and marbled anything yet. If marbled fabric is calling your name, try this ombre marbled fabric pack by Inspired Marbled Art. If you're like me and have been wanting to try marbling but aren't sure where to start, try this book and this marbling kit.
For a truly unique fabric find, try hand painted Aboriginal fabric art. This piece from the collection caught my eye and would look amazing in my living room as pretty much anything. Flying Fox Fabrics has a wide selection of artisan fabrics designed by Aboriginal artists from Australia and hand-printed in remote community art centers.
As I hinted in the beginning of this blog post, MCreativeJ released our first ice dyed fabric collection earlier this week. From sunny yellow to aquamarine inspired blue green fabrics, this collection is a vibrant rainbow of one of a kind fabrics that are sure to be a great addition to any quilt, sewing project, embroidery, or fabric stash. Shop the collection here.
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