Fabric Organized by Different Substrates

Fabric By Type (Fibre)

If you're looking for a specific type or substrate of fabric, you've come to the right section! At Flare Fabrics, we've made it easy for you to easily search our extensive selection of fabric for the type you need. Choose from fabric like organic fabric, double gauze, canvas, denim, linen, yarn dyes, home decor fabric, and more! Our fabric is available from many top designers like Kokka  of Japan, Lecien, Timeless Treasure, Hoffman International and Robert Kaufman, so you're sure to get only the finest quality.
  • Kraft-Tex Paper Fabric
    Kraft-Tex Paper Fabric
    Kraft Tex, a rugged paper that looks, feels, and wears like leather, but sews, cuts, and washes just like fabric
  • Linen-Linen Blends
    Linen-Linen Blends
    Linen blends, combination of cotton and linen fabric, perfect for apparel and clothing, home decor and handbags.
  • Minky
    Minky is a special type of plush fabric that is often used to make baby blankets, baby clothing and baby accessories. Minky fabric is like fleece – but softer and thicker. The high quality of minky fabric prevents its colors from fading and its warmth from decreasing over time.
  • Muslin Fabric
    Shop muslin fabric, muslin cloth and muslin material online at Flare Fabrics. Browse bleached and unbleached muslin, featuring cotton muslin fabric and more!
  • Organic Fabric
    Organic Fabric
    Organic fabric, fabric harvested without toxins or pollutants
  • Prepared for Dyeing (PFD)
    Prepared for Dyeing (PFD)
    Prepared For Dyeing Fabric is fabric that has been prepared for dyeing (PFD) by the fabric manufacturers. This fabric will readily accept fabric dye.
  • Textured Cottons
    Textured Cottons
    100% cotton, 44 in. wide textured cotton brings elegance and subtletly this sewing fabric
  • Yarn Dyes
    Yarn Dyes
    100% cotton yarn dyed fabric, where the cotton is dyed before weaving.
  • Waxed Cotton Canvas
    Waxed Cotton Canvas
    Waxed Canvas is a cotton canvas that has been impregnated with wax and is water resistant. First used as sailcloth by 19th-century mariners, waxed canvas is durable and has a look similar to distressed leather, but with the ease and breathability of cotton.

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