If you love to sew, you know that fabric can be prohibitively expensive. But here's some good news - there are inexpensive options out there, you just have to know where to find them. And that's where we come in. Here are 11 of our favorite affordable fabric websites.
1. Spoonflower - The patterns on Spoonflower are user generated, so there is an enormous selection of unique contemporary prints. Prices start at $10.50 for a cotton fat quarter.
2. Fabric.com - The mid-century modern style prints at Fabric.com are second to none, but they have a wide selection of, well... basically everything. There is a large range of prices, but you can search by price (from low to high) to make sure you find the best deals.
3. Fashion Fabrics Club - They have a wide selection as well, and perhaps some of the lowest prices overall. They have a large quantity of transitional style fabrics, but they sell everything from solids to geometrics.
6. NY Fashion Center Fabrics - This is your ultimate source for glitzy, fancy, metallic fabric. Think theatre production style material. If you like to go bold, try this site. As you can see, there is a wide price range but there are plenty of options on the cheaper end.
7. Quilt Home - This is a great resource for quilters who tend toward more traditional prints (although there are plenty of more contemporary options as well). Prices vary, but are overall relatively affordable.
8. Fabric Warehouse - Here they have a wonderful selection of transitional fabrics... many trending toward the more traditional drapery and upholstery styles. Prices are quite inexpensive.
9. Pink Chalk - This is a fantastic site for patterns... these are user generated, so the range is quite extensive. They have tons of quilting patterns, but also plenty of home decor projects as well (and clothing, accessories, etc.).
10. Fabric Guru - This is a great all-around site... they have pretty much everything. And a lot of it. You can search by color, type of fabric, keyword, price, etc. There is a huge range of prices, but there are a few as low as $1.95 per yard.
11. Amazon - Believe it or not, Amazon has a ton of fabric for sale... and much of it is quite affordable. As with everything on Amazon, prices vary quite a bit. But if you need something quick, grab an Amazon Prime pick.
And if you'd like some fabric organization inspiration after buying up all of that beautiful material, head over to Smashed Peas & Carrots... as you can see in the title photo, she has a knack for organizing her colorful collection.