Some of my favorite online Quilting Shops

I went to my appliqué group last night, and we were talking about the joy of actually being able to touch and see fabric in real life. So, I totally support my local quilt shops, as I’m sure you do, also. But every so often, you need to order some fabric online, for a variety of reasons! I have a few sites I absolutely love, and I hope you’ll check them out when you find yourself needing to order online!

One shop I love is Fat Quarter Shop. They have tons of current fabric, and have many blocks of the month programs, as well as other great programs. This year they are doing a Designer Mystery Block of the Month that looks really fun!

Fat Quarter Shop quilting mystery

Another shop that I like is Craft Town Fabrics. They have a daily “Flash Sale” that is a great deal! You can sign up on their email list, and they’ll send you the deal each day. They have lots of kits, and pre-cuts, and all sorts of fun things!

Craft Town Fabrics quilt kit

Abundance Quilt Kit from Craft Town Fabrics.

Next is Missouri Star Quilt Co. They also feature a “Quilter’s Daily Deal”, which is great. They have published a number of book that they call magazines, which are really fun and colorful, and, also, not very expensive!

Quilt Kits from Missouri Star Quilt Co.

Ziggy Sailboat Cuddle Kit and Ziggy Crown Cuddle Kit by Shannon from Missouri Star Quilt Co.

Another great site with tons of fabric is They are known for their extensive fabric collections, but also have tons of patterns and books.

Quilt Patterns from

Forever and Love Birds patterns, both by Amanda Murphy from

For my batik-loving friends, I love the site Batiks, Etcetera. Their sales section is amazing! I’ve found many backs here. Their kits are to die for!

Quilt Kits from Batiks, Etc.

When Bali Met Sochi by Hoffman and Summer Soltice 2 Kits from Batiks, Etc.

I’m sure you’re getting bored, so I’ll just mention a few more sites that I’ve used. Up and Away Quilts, Hancock’s of Paducah, Quilt Expressions, 35th Ave Fabric World, Connecting Threads, Bobbie Lou’s Fabric Factory, and Homespun Hearth.

If you can’t find what you need there, check out FabShopHop and use their search engine! It’s terrific!

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