Our Favourite Fabric Shops

This post has been a long time coming! This month was the month that I finally sat down and compiled our list of places we buy the thing we love more than anything else...fabric. You know that H and I both have a love for fabric, print and colour so it is only fair that we share our favourite places to go, to top up our stashes. We would love to know your favourites too, leave them in the comments below...

Sew Crafty Online: I may be a little biased but this one is my favourite! 
So Over it: Vintage themed fabrics and vintage themed pattern collection as well as classes. They also have an awesome Youtube channel too! 
Ray Stitch: Japanese linen prints and High end Haberdashery.
Maud’s Fabric Finds: Beautiful cottons and jersey fabrics, amazing silk ribbon and pretty trimmings. 

Fabric Godmother: Amazing selection of independent paper patterns and elegant dressmaking fabrics.
Minvera FabricsAn overwhelming selection of literally everything! great colour ranges
Ditto Fabrics: Beautiful selection of European suiting and dress fabrics.
Sew Box: Great for Liberty prints and all in one pattern packs
The Makery: Classes and fun bits and bobs for craft sewing, and a beautiful selection of sewing kits.
Fashion Fabrics Bath: A beautiful muddle of a shop packed with fun, inexpensive fashion and furnishing fabrics, a little something for everyone. 
The Village Haberdashery: Fun and bold quilting fabrics, dressmaking fabrics and haberdashery. Also run classes, talks and a pretty awesome blog
The Eternal Maker: Beautiful quilting fabrics, dressmaking fabrics and haberdashery, also have a button company and a knitting cafe.
Cloth and Candy: Online only, great selection of graphic fabric finds for the modern crafter.
My Fabric House: Online only, an amazing selection of Japanese fabrics and pretty bits, cute and fun.
M is for Make: Online only, beautiful collection of quilting and dressmaking cotton fabrics.
Guthrie and Ghani: A lovely Haberdashery run by Lauren Guthrie from Season one of The Great British Sewing Bee. Dainty prints, Linens, fashion fabrics and knits.
MacCulloch and Wallis: Decadent trimmings, millinery and lingerie supplies.
The Cloth House: Beautiful linens and cottons, natural fibres and fabrics from all over the world, also a lot of vintage finding and trims.
Misan Fabrics: (better in store) Lots of specialist fabrics, unusual textures and lots of beautiful leathers.
The London Fabric shop: (better in store) Amazing fabrics and unusual textiles (high end)
Liberty: Because, well it's Liberty! Have you been to see the new improved haberdashery department, worth a visit, promise! 

These are just our faves we know there are loads out there and we are always looking forward to discovering more. If you want to get some tips on what to do once you have found the fabric shop of your dreams head over and check out my Top Tips for Buying Fabrics post. 
Where do you like to shop for fabric? Do let us know in the comments below, we always love to find new places to add to our ever growing list of places to melt our credit cards. 
H and Sammy xxx

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