Welcome to Baltimore's one and only modern fabric shop, home of great lines like Nani iro, liberty of london, cotton+steel, birch organics, Rifle paper, art gallery, robert kaufman, Free Spirit, cloud9, Tula pink, Merchant & Mills, Ever sewn, and more!
we offer fabrics, patterns, notions, machines, Studio time, "Sewcial" events, and classes for sewists of all ages and skill levels. We are constantly adding new fabrics, classes, and events, so Let's make each other smile by visiting often!
Cotton+Steel, a division of RJR Fabrics, was founded in 2013 on the ideas that there is strength in collaboration and value in good design. They believe in surrounding people with inspiring, beautiful things, and that the materials for one's creative pursuits should make it easy to bring their projects to life.
Since 2009, Cloud9 Fabrics is the proud leading source for organic cotton fabric for the home sewing enthusiast.
Cloud9 Fabrics uses only 100% certified organic cotton in the manufacturing of our base cloths and eco-responsible low impact dyes for printing and dying. They work closely with mills that are committed to ethical and responsible conduct. This includes respecting the rights of all individuals, a devotion to sustained social compliance, and an accountability to the environment.
They work with artists who inspire, so that they may inspire you.
Cloud9 Fabrics is committed to bringing beautiful and unique fabrics to the home sewing marketplace and places a strong emphasis on the distinction of our artists, designers and licensing partners.
Birch Organic Fabrics was created in an effort to provide an environmentally friendly cotton alternative to the quilting and crafting community. Birch Fabrics believe that the sustainability of our planet begins with consciousness, and can be successful with real action. That’s why their fabric is produced from 100% organic cotton and printed with low impact dye. Birch Fabrics is devoted to the highest quality of organic cotton fabrics in the marketplace, with a strong yet whimsical design perspective.
To be considered 100% organic, their cotton has to meet a very strict approval process. The certifier, the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), has approved every step in the process from cotton to the finished goods. The process begins from the time the cotton is grown, to how the cotton is transported to the mill, how it is milled, how it is bleached using oxygen based bleach (non chlorine), how the cotton is printed using *Low Impact Dyes, and must also meet a standard of fair working conditions set by the International Labour Organization (ILO). At the end of the process a certificate is provided to ensure that all of these standards have been met and approved.
*Low impact dyes do not contain toxic chemicals or mordants, require less rinsing and have a high absorption rate. High absorption rates and a decreased use of rinse water create less wastewater and runoff.
Robert Kaufman Co, Inc. is a converter of quilting fabrics and textiles for retailers and manufacturers. They're a fabric supplier to many industries, including retail & quilting, home decor, bridal, uniforms, and the apparel industry.
Robert Kaufman Fabrics offers an extensive supply of cotton prints, novelty fabrics, yarn-dyes and solids, covering a full assortment of woven fabric offerings such as poplin, twill, denim, corduroy, linen, canvas, crepe, voile, lawn, satin, georgette, flannel, organza, chenille, stretch wovens, plaids, stripes, etc. Fiber contents include cotton, poly/cotton, polyester, linen, cotton/spandex, and various other blends.
Kokka Co., Ltd. is a Japanese textile manufacturer and wholesaler known worldwide for its printed fabrics. They have a huge selection of textiles to meet every need and requirement.
Kokka strives to enrich your life and generate new cultural value through their business. With their corporate motto “Make life fun, Make life rich”, Kokka continues its efforts to inspire and appreciate its customers as well as contribute to society.