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Questions to Ask at a Fabric Shop

If you are shopping for linens, cloth, and quilting supplies for your first sewing project, than you may have a lot of questions. Don't be afraid to ask questions to the staff at the fabric store, they are there to help. If you have a lot of questions about sewing, you are better off shopping at a local fabric shop than online.

  • What are the different types of sewing machine needles?
    There are over 10 different types of needles that can be used for quilting, stitching, crocheting and other needle and thread project.

  • What is the best kind of thread to use?
    The answer to this question depends on what you are designing. Cotton thread works well for quilt making. Wool nylon is great for making different styles of bathing suits.

  • I am new to sewing and upholstering can I work with silk?
    Silk is a medium skill material to work with. New upholsterers and sewers are best off starting with cotton or polyester. Organza and silk are often the hardest fabrics to use for making fashionable clothes.

  • Any tips for making a blanket?
    Making a blanket out of fleece or flannel can be a good idea due to their warm nature. You may also want to make the blanket in a fun pattern that the receiver of the blanket will enjoy. A teenage girl may like a zebra pattern blanket while a young boy may enjoy the notion of a football print blanket. Damask fabrics can also be enjoyable since they are reversible.

  • Where can I find some cheap yards of fabric?
    Some stores may have a clearance section. You may also want to try a second hand shop. You can make some unique dresses and drapes out of vintage fabric.
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    STANDARD LISTINGS:   FABRIC-SHOPS IN/NEAR DETROIT
    Fat Quarter Factory
    1 review: *****
    903 Bexton Drive, Perrysburg, OH 43551
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    "this store carries fabrics that the local shops don't. A nice selection of books and patterns. ..."
    Djenne Beads & Art Write review for this local business
    1045 Beaubien St, Detroit, MI 48226
    (313) 965-6620  
    Ross Coated Fabrics Write review for this local business
    9451 Buffalo St, Hamtramck, MI 48212
    (313) 874-3710  
    Baol African Link Write review for this local business
    19160 Livernois Ave, Detroit, MI 48221
    (313) 341-4448  
    La Bon Fabric Shop Write review for this local business
    18999 Livernois Ave, Detroit, MI 48221
    (313) 341-0634  
    Christine Jonson Patterns Write review for this local business
    86 E 10 Mile Rd, Hazel Park, MI 48030
    (248) 547-1080  
    Jo-Ann Stores Inc Write review for this local business
    23125 Outer Dr, Allen Park, MI 48101
    (313) 561-2191  
    Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Store Write review for this local business
    18850 Mack Ave, Grosse Pointe, MI 48236
    (313) 886-1119  
    All Sew Write review for this local business
    15421 Southfield Rd, Allen Park, MI 48101
    (313) 382-8761  
    Sandy's Make IT Sew LLC Write review for this local business
    3929 Dix Hwy, Lincoln Park, MI 48146
    (313) 388-7350  
    Fabric Warehouse LLC Write review for this local business
    24401 Hoover Rd, Warren, MI 48089
    (586) 756-2117  
    Fabric Outlet Write review for this local business
    24401 Hoover Rd, Warren, MI 48089
    (586) 497-9200  
    Daly's Design Write review for this local business
    10740 W 9 Mile Rd, Oak Park, MI 48237
    (248) 547-9030  
    Haberman Fabrics Write review for this local business
    905 S Main St, Royal Oak, MI 48067
    (248) 541-0010  
    Sew Quick Write review for this local business
    24061 Republic Ave, Oak Park, MI 48237
    (248) 542-7175  
    Sew What Write review for this local business
    144 Sycamore St, Wyandotte, MI 48192
    (734) 281-1344  
    Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Store Write review for this local business
    32065 John R Rd, Madison Heights, MI 48071
    (248) 585-5999  
    Calico Corners Write review for this local business
    23240 Greater Mack Ave, Saint Clair Shores, MI 48080
    (586) 775-0078  
    Sandy's Sew & Vac LLC Write review for this local business
    5105 S Telegraph Rd, Dearborn Heights, MI 48125
    (313) 292-2660  
    AAA Warren Vac & Sew Write review for this local business
    28833 Ryan Rd, Warren, MI 48092
    (586) 751-3740  
    Lahser Sew & Vac Write review for this local business
    17363 Lahser Rd, Detroit, MI 48219
    (313) 538-4250  
    Jo -Ann Fabrics & Crafts Write review for this local business
    20600 E 13 Mile Rd, Roseville, MI 48066
    (586) 294-3684  
    Guildcrafters Quilt Shop Write review for this local business
    2600 12 Mile Rd, Berkley, MI 48072
    (248) 541-8545  

    Sewing can be a fun pastime for people of all ages. Getting the right fabrics, notions, and patterns to complete your project is made easy these days with online shops. Such fabric shops offer a variety of fabrics and accessories, from flannel and cotton to wool and linen. Specify how many yards you need of each kind, along with color, and type of design, such as vintage sewing prints. Please the order in your shopping cart, check out securely, and set up delivery. You can even track your quilted fleece order from start to finish.

    Wholesalers are a big part of the fabric business, as they offer cheap bulk discounts for retailers, seamstresses, and tailors who need lots of material such as upholstery materials at once. Volume pricing means that you can buy more for your money when you buy large quantities. Retail stores, another component of the fabric industry, offer regular sales and discounts, too, but on a smaller scale.

    Sales associates, many of whom are seamstresses and tailors on the side, can assist customers with measuring and cutting the amounts of silk cloth, damask, and cotton they need. They can point out modern apparel patterns and designs, help the customers pick out accessories and supplies, and provide check-out services.

    Associates can work with each customer as she searches the store for what she needs, along with the desired fashion and style, such as vintage or modern drapes. You’ll often find these consulting services within small specialty fabric shops that specialize in certain areas, such as materials for quilts and upholstery, or patterns for dresses.



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