Five Fabulous Sources for Your Quilting Supplies

Five Fabulous Sources for Your Quilting Supplies

February 27, 2013 8:48 pm

Whether you’re looking for new sources or are just starting to quilt, you may be wondering where to buy your materials. Luckily, there are a variety of ways that you can secure materials for your hobby. Here are five of the best sources for quilting supplies and fabrics:

1. Walmart
There is no one in America who doesn’t have a Walmart within driving distance. The super-store is a great place to find economical batting, thread, cutting mats and even sewing machines. If you haven’t shopped at Walmart for your quilting supplies, get there in a hurry.

2. Etsy
It’s not difficult to find someone who hasn’t heard of Etsy, but it is tough to find someone who hasn’t become addicted to the site once they’ve found it. The popular website is a fantastic source for fabrics and one-of-a-kind embellishments for all of your quilting projects.

While purchasing fabric online can be hit-or-miss, this online retailer has some of the best deals going. With clearance sections updated frequently and an easy-to-use interface, you’ll find yourself turning to the site any time you need new fabric.

4. Jo-Ann Fabrics
If you don’t have a Jo-Ann Fabrics in your area, visit their online store. The shop literally has everything you need to start quilting or to finish out that project you’ve been working on for months. Sign up for their flyers and you’ll receive coupons regularly.

5. Hobby Lobby
With stores in 42 states, it’s relatively easy to find a Hobby Lobby nearby. The store carries fabric, notions, patterns and books; everything you need for a beautiful quilt. Like Jo-Ann’s, Hobby Lobby offers fantastic coupons.

You never have to worry about struggling to locate the items you need for your sewing hobby. Try one or more of the options presented above and you’ll be amazed at what you can find.