If You Need Notions to Go With Your Gorgeous Fabrics

And who doesn’t? Here are sites I recommend and use myself, in alphabetical order:

CheepTrims.com. A good source for all sorts of notions and trims. Can be hit or miss, but when it hits, it knocks it out of the park. Not as high quality as, say, M&J, but also not as pricey.

Fashion Sewing Supply. The owner, Pam, is a good friend of mine, and I use her fusible interfacings exclusively in my garments. But in addition, Fashion Sewing Supply sells great buttons for shirts. Wood, shell, plastic and more. You can buy them by the set or (here’s where it gets really fun) by the scoop.

M&J Trimming. From hot-fix rhinestones for dance costumes, to the perfect belt buckle for your Marfy coat, to home dec trim for your couch, this site has it all. No bargains to be had here, but boy, the selection and quality can’t be beat.

Pacific Trimming. Handbag hardware galore, trims of every type, and this is my source for Riri zippers. They have every size and style of snap that anyone could ever need, as well as a huge variety of railheads and studs.

ZipperStop. YKK, rhinestones zips of all sorts, and many others. Jeff (the owner) is so helpful. Their website has expanded significantly over the years to include notions and sewing supplies, and it’s a great resource.

So how about you? Where do you like to get your notions online?

On a project note, the Puppy Dress is almost done. I need to hem it today. I’m going to wear it to dinner with DH for our anniversary tonight. More pictures later!

Happy sewing!

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2 Responses to If You Need Notions to Go With Your Gorgeous Fabrics

  1. Rhoda K says:

    Happy Anniversary and have a great day!

  2. Karla says:

    I’ve used most of these myself, but cheeptrims is new to me. Just what I need…More stuff.

    When I’m in NYC, I do try to do a quick jog through Daytona Trims; I usually find some interesting lightweight elastics that are handy to have. A good online source for foldover braid (and lots of other stuff, too): http://www.sewbizfabrics.com/

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