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How to Judge the Quality of a Fabric When Shopping Online

Online Shopping for Fabrics

How do you judge the quality of a fabric when shopping online? Zoom Tool For starters, if there’s a “zoom tool,” use it to zoom in and see the fabric up close. By using the zoom feature, you can get a better idea of the knit details. Furthermore, zooming in helps you decipher the patterns […]

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An Overview of Canvas Fabrics

Canvas Fabrics

Sometimes you need a really tough, sturdy fabric. When you do, you can use canvas. Not only is it weather-resistant, but it’s also ready for the outdoors. No wonder it’s used for covering boats, for tents, and for people’s clothing, too. It’s so protective! Canvas Vs. Denim Canvas and denim are somewhat similar, but they […]

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Why People Love to Wear Linen Fabric

Linen Fabrics

If you’re looking for a lightweight piece of clothing to wear that’s extremely comfortable, you really can’t go wrong with something made from linen fabric. Linen is known to deliver maximum comfort to those who wear it. However, that’s not the only reason why people love linen fabric so much. Check out a few of […]

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Here’s Why You Should Buy Wholesale Fabrics Online

Buying Wholesale Fabric Online

Are you in the market for wholesale fabric? You could run all over your city or town looking for the fabric you want. Alternatively, you can order wholesale fabric online and enjoy all the advantages that come along with doing it. There are so many benefits of buying wholesale fabric on the internet. Check out […]


The Benefits of Corduroy Fabric

Corduroy Fabric

Nick of Time has a new arrival: corduroy options! Click here to see our three latest additions to the store: Indigo 8 Wale Corduroy Woven Fabric; White & Indigo 5 Wale Corduroy Woven Fabric; and White PFD Waffle Corduroy Woven Fabric. Durable Why do people like corduroy? It’s sturdy and reliable. As a cousin to […]

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Faux Leather vs Genuine Leather Fabric

Faux Leather vs Genuine Leather Fabric

You’ve probably heard or seen the word “faux.” What does it mean? The dictionary definition says faux means “made in imitation; artificial.” When it comes to leather, you can get faux leather or genuine leather. What is “genuine?” The dictionary says genuine is “truly what something is said to be; authentic.” With regards to leather, […]

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Tips for Buying and Organizing Fabrics

Buying and Organizing Fabrics

If you sew, and sew often, then you’re going to buy and use a great deal of fabric over time. It’s important to buy and organize your fabric so you know what you have, where it is, and how much you have of it. Buying for Need For starters, buying fabric can be intoxicating. You […]

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Why Bouclet is a Popular Fall Fabric

bouclet fabric

When those familiar with fabric hear the word “bouclet,” they more often than not think about the classic wool jackets that have become popular over the years. Some people are even under the impression that bouclet is the name assigned to these types of jackets. However, in reality, bouclet is a type of fabric that […]


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An Overview of Double Knit Fabrics

Double Knit Fabrics

If you’re looking for fabric that will prove to be very stable and sturdy when you use it, look no further than double knit fabrics. These fabrics are medium to heavyweight textiles that you can use to create a number of different garments. Let’s take a closer look at double knit fabrics and all they […]

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An Example of How Sewing Can Improve the Lives of Others

Sewing for Others

Here’s a good story to tell you about– one that involves a 99-year-old woman who uses sewing to improve other people’s lives. Her name is Martha Heft. Doesn’t that sound like the name of someone who sews? Back when she was 5-years-old, which would be in the 1920s, Martha saw her mom’s pedal sewing machine […]

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