Ways You Can Buy Affordable Fabrics

Quilting can be an expensive hobby. But, you can get your hands on amazing, high-quality fabric at affordable prices if you know where to look!

Here are ways that I use to save money while building my quilting fabric stash.

Deadstock Fabric

It is the result of overproduction of a particular line of fabric or sometimes small errors in the fabric printing that makes it unusable for its intended purpose.

Quilt Shop Bargains

Most quilt shops, either in the shop or on their online store will have sale items or a clearance section.

Feel Good Fibres

I heard about Feel Good Fibres on a podcast and looked it up and it had so many beautiful fabrics on it I was gutted that it was the United States only!

These can be either half-yard or fat quarter bundles usually made up of clearance fabric that needs to be moved on to make space for new stock.

Lucky Dip

Scrap Bags

Most quilt shops, either in shop or on their online store will have a clearance section for remnants, off cuts or bolt ends (sometimes called bale ends or roll ends too).

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