Our Top Recommendations
I know it can be overwhelming trying to sift through all the must-haves. To help make it a little easier, I've compiled a list of sewing and pattern-making resources you can access by clicking the images and links below. I've also gathered some of my favorite tools of the trade, software, websites, and continuing education programs that I have found to be very helpful! As I find new items, I'll update the page, so be sure to check back often.
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I recommend Amazon for sewing tools and supplies. I use Amazon Prime to get free 2-day shipping, and although I compare shops before purchasing, I have not found anywhere with consistently better prices, online or in stores.
It’s also worth looking around for other supplies. You’ll find just about anything you need there, and you can purchase in large or small amounts from some vendors.
Disclosure: Please note that some or all of the links contained on this page are affiliate links, and at no additional cost to you, I might earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase. Please know that I have experience with all of these products and I feel confident recommending them to you because I have found them to be helpful and useful….Read more here.
Sewing Supplies and Tools
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Fabric.com: Fabric.com, an Amazon.com, Inc. subsidiary, is the world’s leading online fabric store. They focus on bringing you a wide range of cotton print, home décor, apparel fabrics, and crafts and notions. Along with bringing you the most current designer lines, including Laurel Burch, Riley Blake, Robert Kaufman, Alexander Henry, Michael Miller, and Premier Prints, many of the world’s best-known designers sell us their first quality closeouts at the end of their season. Whether your needs run from denim to silk, linen to faux fur, velvet to shirtings, or anywhere in between, they maintain an enormous in-stock supply of fine fabrics!
SewingMachinesPlus.com: Sewing Machines Plus is a family-owned company and has been involved in the sewing and vacuum business for over 40 years. They carry most brands of home sewing machines and many commercial models along with supplies, furniture, and even garment care equipment.