The Holiday Season is fast approaching so don’t wait too long to order your personalized fabric! This blog post outlines the order deadlines for the Holiday Season so your loved ones get their gifts on time & don’t forget to tag us so we can see what amazing gifts you create @artfabrics
Keeping it simple, our Spun Polyester is a great beginner friendly knit fabric that mimics the feel of cotton but creases much less and can help keep you dry even when you're sweating!
In this blog we’re going to show you how 1 meter of fabric - yes, just 1 - can be turned into 3 bucket hats with an amazing pattern from Elbe Textiles
It’s great as an independent textile or as a budget friendly stand in for another fabric. Keep reading to find out more about our polychiffon.
As one of our more unique fabrics, we wanted to take a look at Silky Knit. This stretch polyester fabric is surprisingly versatile, though not necessarily an obvious option for many. Let me tell you more about why this fabric is a great choice for so many projects!
Quilting cotton is one of the fabrics most new sewists will encounter! At Art Fabrics, our philosophy is that basics must be their best so our quilting cotton is organic of the highest quality.
You can turn physical works of art into digital images easily! This guide will walk you through options on how to photograph and scan your artwork to it can be used to create fabrics or anything else online.
Need a wide fabric for your project? Coming in at 94.5" and weighing 135g/m2, cotton sateen 200TC is the perfect mix of luxury and affordability.
Call us sentimental, but now that 2022 is coming to an end we want to take a look back on what this past year held for Art Fabrics. Take a trip back through the last 12 months with us!
Our feature fabric this week, silk habotai, is the definition of ethereal. It is our lightest weight silk by 15 g/m2, which creates in this fabric a beautiful, flowy drape that moves with ease.
It’s a heavy-weight fabric, made from 100% polyester, and has an unmistakable surface texture; if you’ve ever touched any kind of velveteen fabric you’ll know it well. It has a significant surface pile that makes it so soft to the touch.
We firmly believe that printing your own fabric, on demand, then sewing your own products, is infinitely more sustainable (and usually affordable) than buying premade items. Learn about OEKO-TEX certification and details about the production of ecopolyester.
Let's start by saying, reactive printing gives truly amazing prints on natural fabrics.
This post features the Wrapped Cardigan from IndieSew (now Allie Olsen) who unfortunately no longer sells this pattern! However, we suggest similar patterns to try if you'd like to make a similar garment! Read on!
We're so excited to launch our series of blog posts devoted to the amazing creativity of independent pattern makers. This post features the Pocket Skirt from the latest issue of Peppermint Magazine.
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