To help you find supplies, especially outside the US, we offer this list of links. Those sent by students include their comments. If you have additional links to add to this page, just write to the address at the bottom of the page.
In Australia and New Zealand
Oz Quilts carries a full range of quilting supplies, from the basics like rulers and mats to threads, stabilizers and trim. http://www.ozquilts.com.au/
The Thread Studio specializes in unusual threads, needles, paints and textile art requirements. Some hints and examples are available. http://www.thethreadstudio.com/
On the east side of Canada, G&S Dyes out of Toronto. http://www.gsdye.com/
The Cotton Mill Threadworks http://www.cottonmillthreadworks.com/, on the eastern side of Canada, carries a full line of Superior Threads and a small assortment of notions, including the Supreme Slider.
procion, fast all materials from different Quilting Arts, Tyvek, Thermogause, Thermofax, transfer dyes, foils, glue, Angelina fibers, yarns, silk rowing, and much much more. It is not always very easy and clear to cruise in this shop, sometimes she has products that are not online (better email 1st). Shop's owner is Christine Köhne, she is very helpful, orders are delivered very quickly, sometimes a little delay to inquiries per email (just resend).
Procion® MX reactive dyes in a wide range of colors, pfd-fabrics, textile
auxiliaries, gloves, dust-masks, thermofax- and silkscreen-accessories, hints for dyers. Guenther Panenka, Munich, English-speaking, very helpful
Lots of creative materials, angelina fibers, yarns, threads, beads, markal sticks, Tyvek, etc. Very helpful, quick delivery.
for felting, dying (dylon and natural dying)
(more expensive that die-wollfabrik)
http://www.ateliertisch.de/ - Procion, pfd fabrics
for designer yarns, beautiful yarns, felting.
Shop is in my little town and it is a dream to be there.
http://www.quiltmaus.de/ - an online and real shop carrying many of our supplies
In The Netherlands
http://www.stoftotverven.nl/ - dyes, fabric paints, fabric and more
http://www.zijdar.nl/ - silks, felts, dyes
http://www.zijdelings.eu/ - fabric for dyeing and dye supplies
http://www.arcoirisametro.com/ Arco Iris a Metro (Rainbow by the meter) - Full service quilt shop and online store
Praceta gomes leal, 6 C
011 351 21 259 6135 Shop
In the United Kingdom
http://www.cottonpatch.net/ They have the patchwork items that people in classes are always asking about, such as Bias Squares, gridded freezer paper, the BiRangle, Marti Michell templates, Solvy products, Quilt Fuse, Stean-a-Seam 2, every type of machine needle as well as lots of threads.
Download from a big pdf catalog with everything in it! everything is not in the online shop. They are very helpful, quick delivery.
as famous as rainbowsilks. dowloadable pdf-catalog with everything in it! Plus embroidery supplement pdf-document
No online shop, order per email (fax if credit card). They are very helpful, quick delivery.
https://www.creativegrids.com/ on line catalogue, or by post. Rulers, notions, threads.
http://www.riodesigns.co.uk/ They are the main European distributors for Electric Quilt and run a free telephone helpline.
Lady Sew and Sew carries mainly fabrics but also has some rulers, needles and other notions
http://www.millers-art.co.uk/ - art materials
http://www.whichcraft.info/newcat/index.htm General craft supplier
http://ario.co.uk/ Painting and art supplies. Catalog available.
In South Africa
Amafu African Hand-dyed Fabrics: http://www.amafu.co.za/
The Quilting Bug in Cape Town, South Africa – http://www.thequiltingbug.co.za/
In the US
Dharma Trading Company carried all the dyes, paints, fabrics, clothing blanks and auxiliary chemicals you might need to create your own dyed masterpieces, whether they be cotton or silk. The catalog is a hoot. http://www.dharmatrading.com/
Fabric.com - fabric for quilting, home dec and clothing. Assorted free patterns for clothing and for knitting. Free shipping after $35 purchase. Recommended by happy students. http://www.fabric.com/
Tattered Rabbit features a wide range of name brand fabrics at dangerous discounts. They also allow you to place your fabric choices next to each other while you shop, a real help when you are picking fabrics for a single project. http://www.tatteredrabbit.com/
The Virginia Quilter is Lisa Ayo, a woman after my own heart. She has lots of bright, beautiful fabrics at discounted prices. Also on offer are threads, tools, patterns and stencils. She offers free samples of batting. http://www.virginiaquilter.com/