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The sale of goods (fabric) at reduced prices to get rid of stock.

Beaded Fabric

Some fabrics are decorated with plastic or glass stones, beads, pearls, and other decorations to make them look luxurious and bright, commonly used for making eveningwear and special event dresses. Beads are commonly used on fabrics like tulle, lace and organza.

Burlap Fabric

Also known as Jute, it is a loose plain woven fabric commonly used for bags and sacks.

Canvas Fabric

This plain-woven fabric is made out of cotton, it is a durable, sturdy, and heavy duty fabric, when blending cotton with synthetic fibers, canvas can become water resistant or even waterproof, making it a great outdoor fabric like sails, tents, marquees, backpacks, shelters, it is commonly used as a support for oil painting and for other items due to the sturdiness required.

Checkered Patterns

Checkered patterns are square repeated images (like a chessboard game) printed on a piece of fabric in assorted colors

Chenille Fabric

Chenille fabric is made with fuzzy core yarns. This fabric looks like what its name means in French: a caterpillar due to its softness. It is is made from a variety of materials including cotton, polyester, rayon wool and silk.

Chiffon Fabric

Transparent and lightweight fabric, known for its sheer, floating, and shimmery nature, almost like a light paper. Chiffon Fabric is perfect for clothing , drapery, event decorations, and arts & crafts.

Color Card

Check the reference card or color card before shopping, physical object that has many different color samples present. Usually the colors are from a manufacturers product range.

Costume Fabrics

This include a wide variety of fabrics with bright colors, different textures, light or heavy, etc. Including cotton, neoprene, canvas, organza, lycra, and so on. It is common to look for easy-to-clean, long-lasting fabrics, stretch fabric (especially spandex) and polyester broadcloth

Crepe Fabric

Also known as Crêpe, is a silk, wool, or synthetic fabric that has a distinctive wrinkled and bumpy appearance. It is usually a lightweight to medium-weight fabric, but ultimately, crepe can be any weight, it is very soft and comfortable.

Denim Fabric

Denim is a sturdy cotton twill fabric woven made with yarn that can be naturally indigo, gray, or mottled white. This is one of the most well-known fabrics, from classic blue jeans to jackets, dresses, overalls, and more.

Drapery Fabrics

Drapery fabrics are made from thicker fabrics and are lined to block out more light, this fabric is commonly used for decorative purposes like curtains, Drapery fabric tends to be softer and to fall in folds.

Embossed Fabric

It is known as the process of pressing with a stamp or engraved roller on any type of fabric to leave a pattern commonly using heat as the main method for embossing.

Fabrics By The Roll

If you are looking for wholesale prices, buying by the roll is the best way to get the lowest prices. The concept of purchasing by the roll is to acquire your favorite item in bulk at a discounted price. Rolls/Bolts can vary from 20 yards all the way to 60 yards depending on the product.

Faux Fake Leather (Vinyl) Fabric

Faux Fake Leather refers to a fabric that is manufactured with synthetic fabrics without using animals, usually vinyl (PVC) and polyurethane. Fake faux leather is more affordable than natural leather and easier to care.

Faux Fur Fabric

Faux fur is a fabric made out of synthetic fibers such as acrylic and polyester which aims to mimic the fur of an animal. Its construction can vary, fur can be made out from techniques as weaving or tufting.

Flannel Fabric

Flannel is a soft, medium-weight cotton fabric with a fuzzy finish on one or both sides. It is characterized by its loosely spun weave and softness, perfect for winter clothes and garnments due to its warmth and comfortness.

Fleece Fabric (Fleece Prints)

Fleece can either be made of cotton & polyester or a variety of different materials. Commonly used to make sweatshirts, sweatpants, gloves, jackets, etc. Fleece also resists wrinkles, and it is a reasonably breathable material.

Home Fabrics

This refers to a wide variety of different fabrics that can be used for Home decoration and appliances such as Drapery for upholstery, Chenille for curtains, Flannel for sheets and bedding, etc.

Jacquard Fabric

Jacquard is a textured fabric that has complex patterns woven embroidered on top. It has its origins in sixth-century Italian brocade, this pattern often appears in a different color or texture than the rest of the material, but it can be the same color.

Lace Fabric

Lace is a delicate, thin fabric made from yarn or thread, by using different methods, designs and patterns are created on this delicate fabric. Originally made from silk and linen, but today cotton thread and synthetic fibers are both used to make them more affordable.

Lame Fabric

Lame is a type of fabric woven or knit with thin ribbons of metallic fibers usually gold or silver in color. It is often lined to give the garment structure and shape, which makes it somehow hard to care for the finish not to be ruined.

Long Pile (Faux Fur)

"Pile length" or "pile depth" refers to the length of the fabric strands. Commonly long pile aims for a softer or shaggy surface that appeals to the sense of touch.

Mesh Fabric

The most simple way to identify this fabric is by its open space characteristic between its yarns. Mesh fabric may be woven, knit, lace, net, crocheted, and more. In almost every case, mesh is made from synthetic materials like polyester and nylon. Commonly used for shirts, leggings, shoes, and staples.

Minky Fabric

Also known as Minkee, is a super soft variety of fleece fabric that is very warm. Made out of 100% polyester fiber or microfiber and comes in many colors and textures. It was originally used for babies blankets due to its soft feel, heavyweight, permanency, and durability.

Neoprene Fabric

Neoprene is a sold or rubber latex form used in a wide variety of applications, such as automotive, medical, diving garments, orthopedic braces (wrist, knee, etc.), electrical insulation, liquid and sheet applied elastomeric membranes or flashings, and automotive fan belts among many others.

Nylon Fabric

Nylon is basically a polymer, it is a plastic that has a molecular structure of a large number of similar units bonded together. Nylon does not absorb moisture so sweat is trapped against your skin, which creates a breeding ground for odor and fungal infection.

Organza Fabric

Organza is a lightweight, sheer, plain-woven fabric, originally made from silk. It is now commonly made out of synthetic fibers, primarily polyester and nylon to make it more affordable. Synthetic fabrics are slightly more durable, but the fabric is very delicate and prone to frays and tears. Its smooth and delicate appearance can make you question its durability, which otherwise, is quite strong.

Outdoor Fabric

This refers to a wide variety of different fabrics that is strong enough that can be used for outdoor uses like furniture or decoration such as waxed cotton, canvas, nylon, etc.

Poly Cotton Fabric

Poly-Cotton is a blended fabric that is made up of cotton and polyester fibers. The composition can vary from 65% cotton and 35% polyester being the most common. 50/50 blends are also easily found.

Shaggy Fabric


Polyester Fabric

Polyester is the generic name for synthetic fibers made of (PET) usually derived from petroleum. Natural polyesters and a few synthetic ones are biodegradable, but most synthetic polyesters are not. Polyester is commonly shrink proof, retains shape, and is wrinkle, breathable, and moth resistant. At high temperatures, polyesters tend to shrink away from flames and self-extinguish upon ignition. Its fibers have high tenacity as well as low water absorption and minimal shrinkage in comparison with other fibers.

Quilting Fabric

Quilting fabrics are commonly two layers of fabric sewed together. Usually, quilting is used to create more padding on fabrics as seen on some bed covers, and their decorative fabric works. Quilting cotton tends to be stiffer than apparel cotton. It isn't particularly soft and has a stiff drape.

Ribbing Fabric

This fabric is easily identified due to its vertical ribs. It is made using a double bed knitting machine that has two needles with vertical textured lines. Commonly used as socks, sleeves, waists, and necklines.

Satin Fabric

Satin is a smooth, lustrous silk fabric woven with floating yarns in the warp in many variations. Commonly made of silk, rayon, acetate, nylon, or combinations of these yarns. It is characterized by a soft, lustrous surface on one side, with a duller surface on the other side.

Sequins Fabric

Sequin fabric is a type of fabric covered with plastic or metal-shaped pieces of different sizes, shapes, colors, and patterns. It is commonly used on lightweight fabric like tulle or chiffon.

Sherpa Fabric

Sherpa is a fabric commonly used in jackets or sweaters due to its resemblance to wool or sheepskin, ideal for winter wear. Its texture is fluffy and soft to the touch, a curly piled fabric made of synthetic yarns.

Silk Fabric

Silk is a natural protein fiber, that is frequently turned into textiles. The best-quality silk comes from cocoons made by a larva called Bombyx mori. The particular glossy appearance of silk, comes from their triangular fibers prism-like which allows silk cloth to refract incoming light at different angles. Silk is produced by several insects, but only the silk of moth caterpillars has been used for textile manufacture.

Spandex Fabric

Also known as Lycra, Spandex´s principal characteristic is its elasticity, it is a lightweight, soft smooth synthetic fiber made of a synthetic polymer called polyurethane which has an extraordinary stretch ability. It is mainly made of 85% polyurethane.

Suede Fabric

Traditional suede is made out of animal´s hide such as goats, pigs, and others. However, due to its high cost, suede is now made from polyester fibers which makes it easier to clean and maintain. Commonly used for home upholstery, furniture upholstery, drapery, home décor, apparel, and some auto upholstery.

Taffeta Fabric

Taffeta is a fabric similar to silk, it is crisp and plain-woven but it is mainly manufactured with polyester, nylon, acetate, or other synthetic fibers. Taffeta fabric has a lustrous, shiny appearance and smooth to the touch.

Twill Fabric

Twill is a plain-weave very strong fabric due to the yarns used are packed very close together, this heavyweight fabric is perfect for pants, jeans, and jackets.

Upholstery Fabric

It´s the work of covering furniture, especially seats and sofas with padding, springs, webbing, and fabric or leather covers. It comes to the English word upholder, referring to an artisan who makes fabric furnishings.

Velboa Faux Fur Fabric 

The Velboa Faux Fur is a soft, cuddle fabric that mimics animal skin in design and strength. Made out of 100% Polyester which makes it the main feature, is a short pile faux fux and is very soft and cuddle. Its strenght makes it ideal for making tough wear.

Velvet Fabric

Velvet is a mixture of several fabrics made from various fibers in different weights. These fibers are cut and brushed to form a pile or left uncut. Originally velvet was made of silk but pure velvet is rare and extremely expensive. Now is made with cotton or other synthetic fibers.

Velvet Spandex Fabric

Velvet is a mixture of several fibers from different weights, Spandex Velvet includes elastane and that´s where it gets its stretchy form. Commonly velvet is not stretchy.

Wool Fabric

Wool is originally made from the natural fibers that form the fleece of animals such as sheep, goats, rabbits, camels, etc. Now it´s common to get wool combined with polyester and other synthetic fibers. Wool is a crimped, elastic fabric, and it grows in clusters. The main characteristic of wool is the ability to retain air because of the crimp, it causes insulation in both ways which makes it perfect for winter clothes.

Scraps ( and Scrap Boxes )

Scraps refer to fabric leftover pieces that are too small to be used or sold. It is perfect for arts and crafts.

Animal Fabric

This category includes fabrics that mimic either the skin of an animal, like fake fur, or a patterned fabric like poly cotton animal giraffes printed.

Fabric Care

Some fabrics fibers can react to water, hot, cold, etc. If you want to keep the original form of your clothes, garments, accessories, upholstery, and more; you might want to check out this section.


Fabric thickness refers to the distance between the two fabric surfaces under a specified applied pressure, in other words, it measures the "compression" of a fabric.

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