Westwood Acres is an online shop specializing in custom bundles of fabric. Many are bundles of collections not typically available bundled or custom bundles of dots, low-volume prints or coordinating solids. 
Bobbie Lou’s is an etsy shop that specializes in bright, fun and funky fabrics including Art Gallery, hard-to-find Alexander Henry prints, pearlized Michael Miller fabrics, novelty prints, etc.
Cuts of Cotton
Cuts of Cotton specializes in carrying basic solid, textured and patterned quilting weight cotton fabric. Fabric can be searched by collection, color, or designer. Great selection of basic bundles too. 
Quilting Fabrics, direct from the mill, starting at $5.96 per yard. Quilting Kits and Fabric Samplers with no charge for cutting. 100% cotton Quilting Thread, plus Quilt Books, Free Patterns and more.
Connecting Threads is a family-owned company that produces and sells their own lines of fabric through their own catalog or online store. Because they cut out the middle man they are able to offer high quality quilting cottons at lower price ($5.96 a yard!) and orders over $50 are shipped free. There are also patternskitsnotions, and thread
Pile O' Fabric
Pile O’ Fabric started off primarily as modern quilting blog by Alyssa Lichner with tutorials and project inspiration. She is a great resource for skill-building with helpful and well done tutorials. And in exciting news, this year Pile O’ Fabric has branched out and is now also a full service online fabricsupply, and pattern shop

Modern fabric for quilters & artists
Marmalade Fabrics is an online fabric shop specializing in modern fabrics and collections. If you are looking to build your stash in basic colors, check out their Around the Color Wheel bundles – a new collection of fabric – solids or prints – in a different color each month. Also a gorgeous selection of Oakshott cottons.
Honey Be Good specializes in carrying only organically grown cotton or hemp fabric, including flannels, voiles, canvas and knits and carries collections from Daisy JanieCloud 9, and Monaluna.
Quilting Fabric at the Fat Quarter Shop
Fat Quarter Shop. The latest fabric, patterns, books, exclusive kits, everything. Their selection is HUGE and they have sales often.
Pink Castle Fabrics
Pink Castle Fabrics has a fantastic collection of the latest contemporary fabrics. Also check out their Stash Stack Club – a great way to collect the basics for your fabric stash.
Fabric Spot is a Canadian shop specializing in modern designer fabrics, solids and organics. With a great selection of modern quilt & clothing patterns coming in.
Southern Fabrics carries the latest collections from Moda, Riley Blake, Free Spirit and Westminster. 
Great shipping rates.
Fabric Worm has a huge contemporary fabric selection, including an amazing collection of Japanese imports and organics from new companies like Birch and Monaluna. Great shop, very easy to navigate by collection, manufacturer or style. 
Mad About Patchwork
Mad About Patchwork is located in Canada and has great shipping rates.  Lots of the latest contemporary collections from Denyse Schmidt, Violet Craft, Laurie Wisburn as well as Kona solids, and a great option to search for fabric by color. So helpful!
Green Fairy Quilts specializes in the latest Moda and Riley Blake pre-cuts at great prices as well as quilt kits. Owner Judi also offers incredible long-arm quilting services.
The Little Fabric Shop has a great selection of Contemporary fabrics by popular designers like Sandi Henderson, Aneela Hoey, Sweetwater, and Lizzy House. Well organized and easy to navigate site too. 
Canton Village Quilt Works specializes in colorful prints, Batiks and solids and is a great resource for Art Gallery fabrics with a huge selection of Art Gallery’s Oval Elements. Also a great selection of pre-selected fat quarter and half yard bundles. Jackie is my favorite source for Essex Linen/Cotton blend.
Poppy Seed Fabrics has a fabulous selection of modern fabric from lots of different designers and companies (Moda, Michael Miller, Free Spirit, Amy Butler, etc!) She’s also got those cute little Japanese elephants! Kim’s even got great stuff in her SALE section!
Melissa at Sew Shabby Quilting is my go-to quilter. She has a wide variety of patterns available as well as the capacity to do beautiful custom work. Her prices are very reasonable and she has a quick turn-around time. 

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