Vintage Fabrics

Explore a wide collection of vintage fabrics to add a touch of nostalgia and uniqueness to your next DIY project. Find inspiration and create something truly special with these one-of-a-kind textiles.

We have a wide selection of cotton fabrics for patchwork and quilting. We stock Riley Blake, Craft Cotton Company, Liberty, Henry Glass Fabrics, William Morris, Mandy Shaw and 3 Wishes Fabric to name a few. Cotton fabrics are sold by the metre, half metre, fat quarters and pre cut fat quarter bundles and jelly rolls.

María José
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Secondhand fabric store. Vintage, Deadstock and De-stash fabric. Fabric recycling in the Midwest. Sustainable fabrics for thoughtful makers. Drop off unwanted fabric or email us and we can pick it up. Serving the northeast Kansas area. Textile and material recycling in Manhattan, Kansas. Fabric consignment.

Trudy Buford
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Hi guys! Life has been crazy lately. I went to an estate sale 2 weeks ago and I'm just now getting things out of the boxes!. I have had numerous trips to the chiropractor, 6 fillings replaced because they were apparently old..or the dentist needed work? (Hope not!) There was a church Thanksgiving luncheon for 100+ senior citizens and one funeral reception to serve.Not sure how I end up on all those committees? Anywho..feed sacks. I loooove these. I got a goodly stack. The ones on the bottom…

Suzanne Warren
What were the common colors, fabrics and prints worn in the 1940s? Primary colors, stripes, checks, polka dots, and floral prints in Rayon were classics. Vintage Fashion, Retro, Ideas, Pantone, Vintage, Popular Colors, Retro Apron Patterns, Fashion Colours, 1940s Style

The 1940s was unique in that it brought a diverse selection of women's fabrics and patterns to the mainstream. Because of this, it can be difficult to distinguish what is a 1940s print compared to a print from another decade, simply because there were so many designs, styles and colors. In the early '40s when

Stitching Nana