Reclaimed, Deadstock, and Vintage Fabric Resources

If you can’t find what you need locally, there are tons of online options. I’ve put together a shortlist of the ones I’ve seen.

  • L’Oiseau Fabrics is a beautiful shop based in Calgary, Alberta. Their European fabrics selection is lovely, and they also have an option where members get a 10% discount on every purchase.
  • Blackbird Fabrics is based in Vancouver, BC. Their specialty is organic and environment-friendly fabrics. Their selection of basic Fabric is good for tops and pants.
  • FridaysOff is another lovely online store in Toronto, Ontario. Their fabric selection is pretty impressive. My experience with them was great; shipping was fast, and the Fabric was in good condition. They also have an option where members are mailed a bundle of Fabric every week. Very intriguing!
  • Riverside Textiles is a recently opened store that offers options for pick-up and online deliveries. Their prints are modern and versatile with mid-range prices.

I would love to receive feedback on the list I’ve made. Feel free to leave comments and give suggestions where you buy your fabric online.

Now to the list

Resource for Reclaimed, Destashed, and Deadstock Fabrics

  • Queen of Raw: (Global) A place for selling deadstock fabrics. It’s a great place for the wholesale purchase of materials. They are based in New York with branches all across the globe.
  • A Thrifty Notion: This store carries destashed, vintage, and deadstock materials. They also sell donated materials and have a Friday feature of newly stocked products.
  • FabCycle: They recycle textiles to prevent wastage. These include deadstock, scraps, etc.
  • MatchPoint Fabric: They are an online store that majorly carries sustainable fabric options. However, they have also included deadstock fabric in their collection.
  • Haines Collection: I recommend this store for upholstery fabrics. They sell unused designer fabrics at much lower prices.

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