UPDATED 19 July 2020

Like it or not, there are fewer and fewer fabric stores in Canadian towns and cities, so whether you have a special project in mind or you just want to keep your stash from dwindling, it's a good idea to have one or two (or a few dozen) online fabric stores in mind for shopping. Some of these shops also carry specialty items, things you just can't find at a lot of brick-and-mortar fabric stores (like Kraft-tex® or organic hemp). Sure, you can't pet the fabric, but hard times call for tough measures.
I've put together this HUMONGOUS list (163 at last count) of Canadian online fabric stores, and as of the day I'm posting unless they're active (though some are temporarily closed due to COVID-19) and doing business. There are a couple for which I'm waiting for updates. If you're visiting this page sometime in the future and you notice a dead link or a closed shop, please email me and let me know so that I can keep the list up-to-date. I'm arranging them geographically so that if some of you prefer to use the "pick up locally" option--and also to encourage you to SHOP LOCAL and help keep your local business people going. The ones local to me (Kitchener-Waterloo area) are listed at the top.
One thing to note - there were so many shops that cater to quilting that at some point I just stopped adding them. But if you have a favourite and it isn't listed, by all means send me a message and let me know about it.
Looking for something in particular (like minky or vinyl?) Then enter CTRL+F and type in the word you're looking for. If it's mentioned on this page, it will be highlighted.

Here's an unsolicited tip for any shop owners who might be reading this--if your customers see "Not Secure" in the browser address bar, you may be losing orders. Nobody wants to enter their payment and personal info when the site doesn't appear to be secure. Talk to a web pro.

And finally, to any merchants whose logos are above, I added them because I thought they were catchy and figured it would give you some added publicity. But if you don't want your design on this post, notify me and I will take it down immediately.


  • Christina's Fabrics - Online Superstore - Christina's brick-and-mortar store is expanding their online offerings, which are already widely varied. They carry everything from broadcloth to blenders, quilting to quirky fashion fabrics and notions.
  • Witzend Fabric Designs - Custom-printed knits, now collaborating with Fabric Anthropology and Thread Therapy. (Kitchener-Waterloo, ON)
  • Spool & Spindle  - A little bit of everything, and the biggest collection of canvas I’ve seen. (Kitchener-Waterloo, ON)
  • Quilting By Design - Formerly "Fabric Please!" Quilting fabrics and notions, also offer the “Canadian Quilting Box”, a monthly quilting goodies box for $30 plus $5 shipping. (Kitchener-Waterloo, ON)
  • Fringe Fabrics - Knits mostly, with some interesting things like softshell, $10 flat rate shipping in Canada. According to the owner, "Fringe Fabrics is local to Kitchener and allows pickup in downtown Kitchener by appointment." Sweet!  (Kitchener-Waterloo, ON)
  • Oh Look, Fabric! - Small but lovely collection of quilting cottons. (Milton, ON)
  • A Material Girl - Quilting cottons, minky, “funky stuff”, flannelettes, ticking, and more.  (Milton, ON)
  • Mulberry MacNab  - Very fine garment cottons and linens. (Hamilton, ON)
  • Wellington Fabrics - Website coming soon, so for now, use the FB “Shop Now” button. Check out the Grunge Hearts and Hot Lips! (Elora/Fergus, ON)
  • Urban Blü Textiles - Custom-printed knits in a wide variety of colours, fibres, and styles.  (St. Clements, ON)
  • Ann's Fabrics -  This store is a favourite with locals, especially for those "fancy" fabrics like foiled, jeweled, and other sparkly spandex. A real go-to for formal wear fabrics. (Hamilton, ON)
  • Buttons & Bibs - At the moment just some patterns, but we'll keep an eye on this local shop. (Woodstock, ON)
  • Bra-Maker's Supply - Not only do they carry everything you need to make bras, but you can also find fabrics and supplies for just about any sort of lingerie, including corsets. Also offers some of the continent's most touted classes. (Hamilton, ON)


  • BecksFabrics - Cottons from companies like Blank Quilting, Susybee, and Free Spirit; panels, wide backs, and flannel as well. (Bolton, ON)
  • PopHome Fabrics - Home decor fabrics who work with Canadian wholesalers.
  • Lazy Tower Fabrics - This is a brand new shop, so be patient while the stock builds up, but they already offer some really adorable novelty cottons. (Arthur, ON)
  • Libelle Sewing - If you are making underwear, swimwear, or knits, this shop should be on your list. (Burlington, ON)
  • Earth Indigo - This shop is on the top of my personal list for the variety of apparel fabrics and the shop owner’s commitment to sourcing eco-friendly and ethically-produced fabrics. She carries not only certified organics like hemp and cotton, but also interesting, traditional varieties such as Ikat from Guatemala, Dhaka from Nepal, and Hmong Hill Tribe Batiks from Thailand. (near Toronto, ON)
  • Tonic Living - Online store with décor fabrics, sewing services, and finished home décor items like ottomans, rugs, baskets, and curtains. (Toronto, ON)
  • Matchpoint Fabric - The best online selection of garment fabric I’ve seen from a smaller supplier; they carry scuba, modal, lyocell, French terry, silk noile…the list goes on. (Toronto, ON)
  • Native Fabric - The online presence of Pogadakamagizowin, a “a native clothing and fabric business operated by husband-and-wife team Perry and Annette Poeta.” (Fenelon Falls, ON)
  • Fridays Off - Very large variety of fabrics and a monthly fabric subscription club. (Toronto, ON)
  • Fabric Spark - Huge selection of cottons/quilting notions, and kudos for the handy measurement aids on the thumbnails. (Toronto, ON)
  • Weave & Woven - Wide selection of garment and quilting fabrics, bundles, notions, and patterns from makers like Sew Liberated, Closet Case, Green Bee, and Sew Caroline to name a few. (Dundas, ON)
  • Funky Monkey Fabrics - Looks like they have some of everything except fashion wovens and upholstery/drapery. (Varna, ON)
  • Fabric Crush - Small selection of cottons and a lot of affordable knits. They are selling/closing, but I'm leaving them on the list for now because you might be able to catch a good deal. (Ottawa, ON)
  • Simplifi Fabric - Nice selection with a focus on organics. (Iroquois, ON)
  • Fabrications Ottawa - I saw some of everything except polyesters. (Ottawa, ON)
  • Kashew's Kreations - *Temporarily Closed* Some unique prints that I can’t quite explain, and some hard-to-find things like faux Sherpa minky. (Cornwall, ON)
  • Fabric Fabric Online - Large selection, even formal/fancy and wools, with free shipping on orders over $60. (Toronto, ON)
  • Water Tower Textiles - Almost exclusively knits, very on-trend. (Leamington, ON)
  • Mimifabrics - Knits, holiday fabrics, and Ottobre patterns. (ON)
  • Canadian National Fabric - Gorgeous cottons (including Kaffe Fassett and Tula Pink) with a $5 flat shipping rate in Canada. (Brampton, ON)
  • Flare Fabrics - “Batiks and Bold Cottons”, patterns, and bag supplies. (Perth area, ON)
  • Canada Tulle - This store is closing. But they still have a Facebook page and you might be able to get a deal on some tulle; also yardage, bridal, and craft supplies. (near Toronto - , ON)
  • Sew Sisters Quilt Shop - Quilting fabrics, notions, patterns, kits, and “clubs” (monthly groupings). (Toronto, ON)
  • Mad About Patchwork - Quilting fabrics, notions, patterns, and Tilda’s World offerings. (ON)
  • Sew Pretty Fabriques - Couture fabrics, bridal silks, cottons, jersey knits. (ON)
  • Eweknit - Caters to knitting and quilting; many offerings in Tana lawn, fat quarter and half yard bundles. (Toronto, ON)
  • Northern Notions - Not technically fabric, but they have a fabulous selection of every type of vinyl you could possibly need, from canvas vinyl to glow-in-the-dark to holographic vinyl. (ON, I think)
  • Lindley General Store - Definitely striving to be a true general store, Lindley offers quilting fabrics and needle arts supplies (even tatting!), but you can also find creature comforts like cookie cutters and bath & body supplies, just to name a couple. (Collingwood, ON)
  • Fabric Obsessions - Knits, including custom work and prints by an artist named Aleks. (Ottawa, ON)
  • Happy Wife Quilting - Full-service quilt store, including longarm services, batting, notions, precuts, and books. They also carry Chubbys felted wool squares, tinted burlap, and character prints like Paw Patrol. (Carleton Place, ON)
  • The Workroom - This is a place that is similar to Tinker TradeSpaces, but they also have a large selection of fabrics (cottons and some knits), embroidery and cross stitch supplies, weaving supplies, and much more. (Toronto, ON)
  • Hyggeligt - Quilting fabrics and more, including Kaffe Fassett Collective, Liberty London, and Wonderfil threads. (St. Mary’s, ON)
  • The Artisans Gifting Company - Mainly quilting and embroidery fabrics and supplies, and also some handmade creations. (Windsor, ON)
  • The Quilt Store - True to their name, this shop has an enormous selection of cottons, plus AccuQuilt and the Anita Goodesign series of books, patterns, and projects. (Newmarket, ON)
  • Pure Linen Envy - This is the place to start if you are looking for linen. They have featherweight, everyday, and specialty linens. (Southern ON)
  • Quilter's Cupboard - *Temporarily Closed*This truly is a one-stop quilt shop. They're also well-known for well-done classes and workshops. (Uxbridge, ON)
  • Bolts & Bobbins - Fabrics online right now are just cottons, but they have some really cute prints and vivid blenders, as well as shirtings. (Kawartha Lakes, ON)
  • Sew Local Stitch Lounge - This little gem offers "classes, workshops, fabric, notions, patterns as well as needle felting, cross stitch and embroidery supplies. Also, the website is a pleasure. (Sudbury, ON)
  • Darrell Thomas Textiles - This store has a wonderful selection of fashion fabrics, buttons & other notions, and patterns. They may not offer shipping, but do offer curbside pickup.  (Ottawa, ON)


  • Northern Rose Fabrics - Smaller selection with a large number of stretch knits. (AB)
  • Spool Monkey - "Trendy and Novelty Fabrics" in cottons and knits. Some hardware and notions, too. (Calgary, AB)
  • Hen House Textile Co. - A "friendly, cozy quilting fabric store" that also offers  quality yarns, knitting & crocheting needles, and cross stitch/embroidery threads, and more. (Hinton, AB)
  • Crazylady's Market - Not just quilting--they also offer many other hobby items such as paint-by-number, latch hook, and more.
  • Lori's Country Cottage - This is  a lovely full-service quilting shop. And check out the "Retirement Home" section in the shop for some good deals. (Sherwood Park, AB)
  • Never Done Quilting - This shop offers quilting fabrics, kits, notions, and gifts. Also check out their patterns, including some that are free. (Beiseker, AB)
  • Purple Katz Quilting - Full-service quilting shop; check out their Tula Pink Handmade Challenge and the Mini Series from Alison Glass + Giucy Giuce. (Rimbey, AB)
  • Marshall Fabrics - Though they don't exactly have an online shop, Marshall is really going above and beyond to operate remotely. Visit the Facebook page for the store near you & contact them there, or give them a call if you know what you want. Great customer service! Also in Winnipeg. (Edmonton & Lethbridge, AB)
  • Johnson's Sewing Centre - Online sales are a bit limited, but their Quilter's Dream line of cottons is a wonderful resource for the beginner quilter or anyone who likes to purchase complimentary groups of fabric. (Edmonton, AB)
  • My Sewing Room - Claiming to be the "largest independently-owned sewing and quilting shoppe" in Canada, they live up to their name in the variety of offerings. Heavily quilting-oriented, but they also carry fashion fabrics--you might try to use the search function to find what you need. (Calgary, AB)
  • Rick Rack Textiles - *Temporarily Closed* Fashion fabrics, notions, classes, machine servicing & pattern printing. Temporarily closed while they're getting their website tweaked for online sales. (Calgary, AB)
  • Quammie Homecrafts - This shop has a great variety of offerings. In addition to fabrics and notions, they also carry supplies for home care and body care (think beeswax and jojoba), feather crafts, and Kam snaps. (AB)
  • Olga's Fabric Lane - This is a long-standing shop that carries fine fabrics, largely for formal/evening wear and bridal. Though they don't have an online shop, they may be able to help you fill needs that fit in that niche during this time (we are at the time of this post update in COVID-19 distancing restrictions). (Calgary, AB)
  • Pixel Weave Fabrics - Custom knits, tulle, double gauze, and pom poms. They even have a link for folks who want to design their own fabric! (Edmonton, AB)
  • Willow Creek Quilts - This is an easily navigated site with anything you need for quilting and home crafting, including canvas, laminate, and muslins. (Claresholm, AB)
  • Blueberry Quilt Patch - Fabrics and hardware for quilts and bags, including some stunning panels. (Lethbridge, AB)
  • Cutters & Cloth Textile Co. - This shop offers some really lovely fashion fabrics including viscose crepe, silk noil, wools & linens, and so much more.  (Calgary, AB)
  • l'oiseau fabrics - Emphasis on knits and a fair amount of everything else, including remnants and downloadable patterns. (Calgary, AB)
  • Prairie Love Knits - You guessed it…knits! And they do also have some quilting cottons. (Spruce Grove, AB)
  • Runaway Quilting - Precuts, panels, notion, kits, and more. (Edson, AB)
  • Bare Necessities Fabrics - Appears to be largely kid-oriented knits. (Cochrane, AB)
  • 4 Paws Quilting and Knitting - Small but nice selection of mostly quilt-related items. It looks like the Facebook page is updated more frequently, so try there:  Four Paws Quilting & Knitting (Facebook) (Edmonton, AB)
  • Quincy's Quilting - All things quilting, huge selection. (Leduc, AB)
  • The Fabric Addict - Not a lot of fabrics, but quite a lot of panels, software, kits, and patterns. (Lethbridge, AB)
  • Along Came Quilting - A full-service online quilting shop offering fabrics, notions, Canadiana, SewEzi tables, and even finished quilts. (Calgary, AB)
  • Nuts for Bolts etc. - Cottons, Notions, Kits, Knits, paper piecing supplies, and flannels.  (Red Deer County, AB)
  • Fabric-Online.com - This is the online presence of Fabric Depot; they have a rather large selection of fabrics (including home décor, notions, trims, and even foam. (Calgary, AB)
  • The Sugar Pine Company - Flannels, extra-wide backing fabrics, panels, yarn, notions, and more. (Canmore, AB)
  • Mook Fabrics - Minimum order is a whole bolt, but if that’s what you need, you’re in luck. Garment fabrics! Everything from lace to eyelet to diaper laminate (PUL). (Medicine Hat, AB and also in MB)
  • Peak Fabrics - They carry “high quality, brand name, technical outerwear and activewear fabrics.” Might be a great place to shop if you are looking for neoprene, sun protection fabric, no-see-um netting, Kevlar, or silnylon. (Southern Alberta)
  • Kiss My Stash - Wonderful selection of bits and bobs and, oh yeah, fabric! Faux fur pompoms, Kamsnaps, adult panel knits, and coloured Kraft-tex… I could shop here for a while. (Cayley, AB)
  • Crookshanks Custom Textiles - They do custom prints. The in-stock collection is small but colourful (check out Princesses & Planets). (Spruce Grove, AB)
  • Studio 39 Fabrics - Heavily quilt-oriented, this shop carries some things I rarely see like Mammoth Flannel, literary prints, and the Paper Obsessed collection. But they also have some linens and linen blends. (Lethbridge, AB)
  • Birdie and Dot Fabrics - High quality cottons, featuring well-known brands like Michael Miller and designers like Tula Pink and Alison Glass. (Edmonton, AB)
  • Trapunto - Trapunto offers quilting fabrics, patterns, kits, tools, and notions. They also have high quality supplies for other crafts like aida cloth, Treenway Silks, and John James needles. Many different ways to shop on this excellently designed site. (Edmonton, AB)
  • PacCana Enterprises – This appears to be an all-purpose tailoring/garment sewing shop. Prices are only shown if you register for an account. They carry many utility fabrics, notions, and drycleaning supplies. (Calgary, AB)


  • Fabcycle - I'm way past excited to add this shop. They source "fabric waste" from fashion schools, manufacturers and more, and they sell at discounted prices. They even collect scraps and attempt to redirect them to be used by artists and similar. What a wonderful way to keep fabric out of the landfill! (Vancouver, BC)
  • Overseas Fabrics - This massive shop has so much to offer... Melton wool, wide backings, licensed prints, PUL, and the list goes on. (Abbotsford, BC)
  • Dressew - Only on Facebook for the moment, but the website is coming soon. I'll update this listing when they go live. (Vancouver, BC)
  • Whispering Royals Custom Fabric - *Temporarily Closed* Tune in after the shutdown--they are reconfiguring their online shop for continuous preorder. (BC)
  • Dragonfly Quilting & Gifts - Quilting fabrics and supplies; from the site: "300 NEW FABRICS NEVER SEEN ONLINE OR IN STORE PRICED FROM $8 - $12 METRE." (Surrey, BC)
  • Whimsy Baby Customs - Some of the cutest little custom prints I've seen so far. They also offer rapports (a panel & coordinates in one meter), remnants, applique kits, and more. (White Rock, BC)
  • Gala Fabrics - Quilt and garment fabrics, and also some rare finds like oilcloth, Chalkcloth™, and silk dupioni and habotai. (Victoria, BC)
  • Blackbird Fabrics - Garment fabrics galore, including denims, Linen/Tencel slubs, Cupro, silk, wool, and more; also kits, notions, and patterns.
  • Dinkydoo - Quilt fabrics, notions, patterns, and kits. (BC)
  • Mint Lily Fabrics - *Temporarily Closed* Nice selection of primarily knit fabrics for kids; has a “rent a shipping cubby” program, where for $25 charge, you buy until you have 5kg of fabric, and then they ship together. (BC)
  • West Coast Fabric Boutique - Knits and softshells. (BC)
  • Black Rabbit Fabric - Mostly knits, including some Euro knits like Mamasliebchen. (BC)
  • Discovery Fabrics - (Formerly Discovery Trekking Outfitters). Updated since our first post, they still carry a fantastic array of outdoor and other niche textile products, including Polartec®, Patagonia®, and others. (Campbell River, BC)
  • Pins & Needles Fabrics - *Temporarily Closed* Mostly cottons & notions; some very cute prints I haven’t seen elsewhere, and also some fantastic textured solids. (BC)
  • Hamels Fabrics & Quilting - Quilt-centric fabrics and more (including Row By Row Experience), but they also offer wools and hard-to-find interfacings. (BC)
  • Jelly Roll Shop - All things quilting; Moda jelly rolls & precuts, books, patterns, stabilizers, and notions. (Chilliwack, BC)
  • Cherry Tree Quilts - Of course they have quilting fabrics, but they also have Accuquilt supplies, HandiQuilter accessories, wool and felt, and bag and quilt kits. (Summerland, BC)
  • Kinderel - Organic knit fabrics including cotton, hemp, & bamboo (BC)
  • Stitch in the Ditch - Cottons, bag hardware, Kraft-tex®, and a wide selection of other items I haven’t seen elsewhere, including Renaissance ribbons and cork fabric. (Kelowna, BC)
  • Heather's Fabric Shelf - Definitely caters to quilters, with cottons, batiks, batting, books, and even furniture. (Kamloops, BC)
  • Sitka Fabrics - This shop has some ultra-cool offerings like sweat fabric in beautiful prints and one I really like called “magic soft-shell” -the print shows up only when it gets wet! (Port Alberni, BC)
  • MM Cork Supply - Oh, that beautiful cork! Also cottons with cork-look print, paper leather, piping, and strapping. (Trail, BC)
  • HaloFabricAddicts - Athletic, performance wicking & swim fabrics. Nice selections of SpaceDye and heathered varieties. (Terrace, BC)
  • Troll Brothers Quilt Designs - This shop offers retreats, so if you’re feeling quilty, keep those in mind. Their fabrics are listed by collection, which may be helpful to some. They also sell full bolts of solids (Moda, Grunge, and Kona), Juki sewing machines and parts/accessories, and finished items made with cork fabric. (Vancouver Island, BC)
  • Maiwa - Oh, this shop is amazing! They have so many rare finds… I’m really just listing a few here, so you MUST go to the site and browse with a tall cuppa. Supplies for fabric dying like nothing I’ve ever seen… Japanese technique like silk gauze, Nori tsutsu cones, narrow cotton Kimono cloth, and Surikomi brushes; natural dyes like chestnut, osage, and cochineal; and so much more. Also fabrics including naturals, solids, and some prints in many natural fibres, and lovely finished items. (Vancouver, BC)
  • Spool of Thread - This sewing studio sells fabric (mostly cottons and knits) and notions. They also have designer patterns by makers like Liesl + Co., Sewaholic, Merchant & Mills, and Deer & Does. (Vancouver, BC)
  • Ibea’s Quilting and Crafts – Fabrics, notions, and supplies for quilting, yarn crafts, needlework, and embroidery. (Williams Lake, BC)
  • Stitch & Bobbin Quilting and Sewing Supplies – *Temporarily Closed* Quilting supplies, notions, fabrics, and patterns, and also Bernina accessories. (Vancouver, BC)
  • Fibre Expressions Quilt Shop - Fabrics, notions, and most everything else you need for quilting, plus handmade items including some stunning tree skirts. (Sechelt, BC)
  • Wineberry Fabrics - *Temporarily Closed* Quilting cottons, fabrics and notions, and also supplies for locker hooking and Sashiko. (Surrey, BC)
  • Fabricana Imports - This massive shop has basically every type of fabric from dance/skating fabrics to drapery fabric to bridal to sleepwear. They also carry drapery hardware, books and patterns, and notions. (Coquitlam, BC and Richmond, BC --Richmond closed for renovations)


  • Road 17 N Quilt Shop - This quilt shop has a full complement of fabrics, machines, books, notions, and more. And Shari (the owner) is a girl after my own heart with her Tuesday "Stay and Sew" gathering, where for $5 you can drop in and work on your projects, and coffee/tea and snacks are provided. Community is where it's at! (Winkler, MB)
  • Marshall Fabrics - Though they don't exactly have an online shop, Marshall is really going above and beyond to operate remotely. Visit the Facebook page for the store near you & contact them there, or give them a call if you know what you want. Great customer service! Also in Edmonton & Lethbridge, AB. (Winnipeg, MB)
  • Mook Fabrics - Update: Minimum order is a whole bolt, but if that’s what you need, you’re in luck. Garment fabrics! Everything from lace to eyelet to diaper laminate. (Winnepeg, MB and also in AB)
  • The Fabric Snob - Quite large selection of ¼ metre quilting solids, many other things as well. (MB)
  • Thread Count Fabrics - Knits, cottons, and a big selection of Cotton & Steel threads. (Souris, MB)
  • Keystone Modern Creative - Quilting fabrics, books, patterns, specialty threads, and giftware. (Winnipeg, MB)


  • Clothesline Quilts & Handiwork - Quilting fabrics (including licensed) and an impressive selection of notions (even for embroidery and rug hooking). (Hawke's Bay, NL)


  • Tangled Blossoms Design - Designer cotton fabrics and notions, and handcrafted bags, wallets, and similar. (Bridgetown, NS)
  • Patch Halifax - Quilting cottons and a few knits, patterns from True Bias, Closet Case, Grainline Studio, and Fancy Tiger Crafts. They also offer classes and rent sewing space/machines. (Halifax, NS)
  • 5 Oceans Fabrics - (Formerly Fabric Geeks) From their Facebook page: "We print custom knit fabric on 95/5 cotton lycra, and occasionally french terry and cotton woven." (Sydney, NS)
  • It's Sew Buckie Fabrics - This shop specializes in DBP (double-brushed polyester) knits. (Westphal, NS)
  • Harrow Lane Textile Co - Custom knits including Euros, bamboo French terry, and more. (Lucasville, NS)
  • Quilts by the Bay - What a beautiful quilt shop! And I am in love with the ease of shopping. Fabrics are shown in groups, making it so easy to view quickly and efficiently. (Digby, NS)


  • Five Arrows - Fine garment fabrics, indie patterns, and project kits and supplies. (Union Road, PEI)
  • Quilting B & More - Quilting cottons, threads, and patterns. (Charlottetown, PEI)


  • Delyla - *May be closed (pending verification* This store offers new organic and/or sustainable new knit fabrics, as well as T-shirts and bathrobes made from those fabrics.
  • Petite Pelure - Knits (including french terry and swim), quilted, and woven fabrics. Great source for kid-friendly knits.
  • Club Tissus - Large selection and variety, including special apparel such as special occasion and swimwear fabrics. (QC)
  • Bill Locke Designs - Though focused largely on quilt design, this gorgeous online shop offers fabrics, felted wool, patterns, and much more. (Montreal, QC)
  • Full Fibre Artistique - A good selection of in-stock knits and PUL, custom orders, and Kam snaps and  accessories.
  • GaminGamine Textiles - This shop has just 2 knit prints in stock at the moment, but check back after the shutdown. (QC)
  • DécousuCa - This Etsy-based shop offers cottons, knits, buttons, notions, and flannels. (Amqui, QC)
  • Angry Ballerina Fabrics - Over 60 colours of knits; they have some stunning prints from local artists, and they also do custom prints. (QC)
  • Borealys Custom Fabrics - *This store is closing. Site indicates they may have a final sale this spring.* Aside from custom prints, they have PUL in panels and diaper cuts, several varieties of bamboo, jersey, and French terry, and they also have an extensive pre-order list including things like Squish minky. They even have layaway. However, there are some navigation issues with the site (for instance, the English turns to German and the map shows Vietnam??), and I’ve contacted the site owner about that, so shop with patience.  (QC)
  • Couture et Compagnie - *Temporarily Closed* Buffalo plaid in many fabric types, quilted tricots, and camouflage waffle, just to name a few. They seem to have a bit of everything, and the photos are great. Dust off your French, though—English is kind of spotty on the site and I was unable to find a “Click here for English” type of option. Good thing that love of fabric is a universal language 🙂  (Joliette, QC)
  • Tissus Europea - Now updated with the link to the website. They carry knits, including French terry Okeotex and textured tricots. (Shawbridge, QC)
  • Isa Tissus QC - Knits, PUL, and some wovens like muslins. Grab the Google translate, because there doesn’t appear to be an English version. However, there are enough English words on there that you should be able to find your way. (QC)
  • Atelier Fibre Arts - *Temporarily Closed* This shop listing will be updated as soon as possible after reopening. (Verdun, QC)


  • Bibs and Boots Apparel and Fabric Company - Baby items plus fabrics from brands like Andover and Camelot. Also offering some notions and free patterns. (Dinsmore, SK)
  • Broderick Garden Centre - No, you aren't seeing things...this is a fabric store and a garden centre. Small towns are wonderful 🙂 Also carries patterns, bag-making supplies, and more. There are some really nice cottons, even in the Clearance section! (Outlook, SK)
  • Fangirl Fabrics - Now this is cool - Fangirl prides themselves on being "the #1 shop in Canada" for "fandom/nerdy fabrics." Here you can find not just cotton with character, sport, and other prints, but also synthetic leather sheets. (Regina, SK)
  • Keystone Modern Creative - (Formerly Clinton Modern Creative) Quilting cottons galore, big selection of Cotton & Steel fabrics and fat quarter clearance packs. (SK)
  • Veronica's Sewing Supplies - Quilting fabrics, notions, and kits, as well as some flannels and minkies. (Kindersley, SK)
  • Tiny Stitch Quilt Shop - Mostly quilting fabrics and notions, with some other nice offerings like Essex linen and canvas. (Warman, SK)
  • Shear Perfection Fabric - Knits like French terry and bamboo waffle, and also some tulle and more. The shop owner even has a "personal destash" section -- yes, even retailers buy "too much" fabric for themselves. (Milestone, SK)
  • Blended Thread Fabrics - Lovely custom-printed knits, including some unique quilted options. (SK)
  • North 40 Fabrics - Their Facebook shop seems to mostly sell through posts; I noticed some flannel, holiday fabrics, and more. (Yorkton, SK)
  • MaMi's Country Quilts - *Temporarily Closed* Fabrics, notions, books & patterns, classes & retreats, and longarm services. (Duck Lake, SK)
  • Stacked Fabric Company - Quilting fabrics, quilt kits, patterns, and fabric clubs.  (Moose Jaw, SK)
  • A Notion to Sew & Quilt - Not just fabrics—they carry notions like Hang-it Dang-it quilt hangers, wide backing fabrics including Stonehenge and Shannon Cuddle, and even cross stitch supplies and kits, which are harder to find these days. (Lashburn, SK)
  • Periwinkle Quilting & Beyond - Quilting fabrics including many precuts, as well as patterns, notions, and bag-making supplies. (Saskatoon, SK)



  • IKEA - Sounds crazy, but IKEA has some great deals on fabrics, all tucked away in their “living room” section. They have a variety of textures, prints, and fibres. (Province not disclosed)
  • Fabricville - I'm pretty sure you know about this one, but here it is. (National with local shops)
  • Len's Mills - Another one that probably needs no introduction. (National with local shops)

Don't forget to bookmark this page for your reference, and by all means leave me a comment if you know of a good shop I don't have on the list (or if you see a dead link).

Happy creating!