The following stores (or webstores) have provided me wonderful supplies with good customer service. I do not work for these places, but would simply like to pass on a good word about them. Thanks!

The Cornwall Yarn Shop
This shop is located in Cornwall, New York and is truly a treasure. Gail, the owner is very supportive and knowledgeable about her products. If you have a question, the staff is there to help (or in my case, if you are stuck on a pattern…) This is the go-to place for anything fiber! Yarns of all sorts in this shop will put you in sensory overload. You can also pick up fabric, sewing thread, notions, and anything to do with knitting or crocheting. Stop in, hang out and enjoy some yarn!
I can’t leave this store without purchasing: cotton thread for giraffe tails, all of the supplies for my next knitting or crocheting project and fiber-friendly detergent.

Dick Blick Art Supplies
Wonderful spot for art supplies, scissors (I recommend Tonic Studios Scissors) and batik supplies, including fixers, dyes, Tjanting needles and Cjopsticks.

Eva Dress
A really cool vintage pattern resource. This site is sorted by decade or size, which is extremely convenient.
I can’t leave this web store without: being completely inspired. 

Fabric Shack
Fabric Shack has hundreds of beautiful, best-quality fabrics for quilting. They are located in Waynesville, Ohio and their service is great. A well-organized, secure website will help you find whatever it is you needed (or didn’t need, but wanted). Great place to buy any 100% cotton fabric for your projects.
I can’t leave this web store without purchasing: a funky, new fabric that I can’t find elsewhere.

Fat Quarter Shop
A student told me about this one after I mentioned my addiction to charm packs. Haven’t used them personally yet, but have heard good reviews and the shop is definitely fun to look around. (Thanks Sandy!)

Keepsake Quilting
When the catalog comes in the mail, my mother and I fight over it! Within a few hours, there are sticky note flags covering the pages with a rather messy wish list. The physical shop is located in Center Harbor, New Hampshire, so if you are ever in the area, check it out. This place has everything.
I can’t leave this web store without purchasing: charm packs, 1930’s reproductions and  Keepsake Shapes (die-cut pieces in all sorts of shapes from dogs to automobiles to stars.)

Shibori Dragon
Shibori Dragon is a really cool Fabric store located in the state of Washington. Their web store is user-friendly, and their service is really great. This is my go-to place for Sashiko notions, luscious imported threads, and beautiful Japanese panels, both traditional and modern. Their shipping is very affordable and extremely fast.
I can’t leave this web store without purchasing: Yokota thread, Sashiko transfer paper.

Spoonflower is a really unique store that lets you browse artisan-made fabrics and purchase them printed on a selection of fabric types. You can also upload your own designs (both privately or publicly) and if you chooses public and anyone purchases your design, you get 10%. Nifty, huh?

Sylvia Pippen Designs
Sylvia Pippen Designs is a wonderful place to find inspiration. Her physical studio is in Hawai’i, but unless you are fortunate enough to be visiting out there, we have to settle for her website, which is beautiful on its own. Viewing her gallery and patterns will provide a creative push even for the worst Quilter’s Block. From her site: Sylvia Pippen is a contemporary quilt designer, author, and teacher who combines  hand sashiko and appliqué in her tropical quilts.
I can’t leave this web store without purchasing: YLI Silk Thread, Robert Kauffman Kona Cotton and Essex.

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