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The Best Fabric Stores in Toronto

Posted by Alice Prendergast / March 11, 2016

fabric stores torontoThe best fabric stores in Toronto will aid you in crafting everything from curtains to couture. These shops have curated textile selections, boasting an array of options from printed silks to boldly-coloured cottons, plus all the tools you'll need to turn your dreams into reality. If you're considering crafting your next masterpiece, these places will help get the ball rolling.

Here are the best fabric stores in Toronto.

Designer Fabrics

Designer Fabrics

Designer Fabrics is a Parkdale institution that stocks everything from luxurious silks to tassles and trims. The design-savvy staff has a reputation for being both knowledgeable and friendly which makes the extensive collection of cottons, linens and microfibers a lot less daunting. It caters to every budget, so no matter your project or price point, it can help you along the way. More »

Fabricland

Fabricland

Fabricland holds a near and dear spot in many Torontonian’s hearts. Its first shop opened at Queen and Roncy in 1968 and it’s grown to become Canada’s largest fashion fabric distributor with stores peppered across the country. Its massive selection of home decor, textiles and tools caters to both sewing novices and seasoned pros. It also offers classes for those who need a little help with a needle and thread. More »

King Textiles

King Textiles

Nestled in the city's Fashion District, King Textiles knows its demographic (design-minded individuals with a penchant for quality fabrics). The shop has been around for decades and takes up a whopping 22,000 square feet of space. It's filled with thousands of fabrics and accessories, so you'll probably need a hand with navigation. Good news, the staff is experienced and able to recommend or out-source textiles from connected retailers. More »

Queen Textiles

Queen Textiles

Queen Textiles, located just west of Queen and Spadina, is a go-to for DIY-obsessed Torontonians. The long and narrow shop is filled with bridal fabrics, silks, laces, wools and much more. If you're not in possession of a sewing machine, the store also offers alterations and does custom-made curtains. More »

EuroFab

EuroFab

If you're in the market for high quality, imported fabrics, Eurofab is where to go. The ritzy Queen West shop is interior design-focused and offers a selection of carefully curated fabrics. You'll find on-trend designs, prints and bold basics that will help turn your home into an HGTV-approved oasis. More »

The Workroom

The Workroom

This Parkdale crafting store offers a top-notch selection of textiles as well as space to put them to use. Its fabric selection is not as vast as King Textiles, but its collection includes cheery patterns and basics that will help breathe new life into your wardrobe or home. The shop also offers classes on how to master pattern sewing, quilting, alterations, and has studio space for pros. More »

Downtown Fabric

Downtown Fabric

Downtown Fabric occupies a space a few doors away from Queen Textiles, making the block even more inviting for creative folks. You'll find it filled with wools, linens, jerseys and just about every other breed of fabric. It sells strictly textiles, so if your in the market for additional bits and bobs to add to your project, you'll need to try elsewhere. More »

Affordable Textiles

Affordable Textiles

If you're looking for a bargain, Affordable Textiles will be right up your alley. While the space itself is a little cavernous, you'll probably get over it when you take a look at the price tags. The quality of the goods here may not be on par with a place like EuroFab, but don't turn your nose up at a good deal. More »

MacFab

MacFab

MacFab is a favourite on Queen East for fabrics. Its selection is vast and the quality of the goods is on point. It stocks textiles for interior design, including upholstery, draperies and bedding as well as all the tools you'll need to turn them into something amazing. More »

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