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Q: Looking for Quilting Fabric Manufacturers ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   1 Comment )
Subject: Looking for Quilting Fabric Manufacturers
Category: Sports and Recreation > Hobbies and Crafts
Asked by: chucksmith-ga
List Price: $25.00
Posted: 17 Feb 2006 12:47 PST
Expires: 19 Mar 2006 12:47 PST
Question ID: 447042
I am looking for a list of all the different fabric manufacturers out
there, especially those who make fabrics for quilts.  I would like to
get a list of the manufacturers in an ASCII text file, one
manufacturer per line like:


I would like the list to be as comprehensive as possible, so the more the merrier.
Subject: Re: Looking for Quilting Fabric Manufacturers
Answered By: easterangel-ga on 17 Feb 2006 17:53 PST
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hi! Thanks for the question.

Here is the list.

Alexander Henry
Andover Fabrics
Chanticlaire Fabrics
Classic Cottons
Clearwater Fabrics (Blank Textiles)
Cranston Village/VIP
Fabric Traditions
Free Spirit
In the Beginning Fabrics
Indo-US Sales, Inc.
Kona Bay
Makower UK
Marcus Brothers Textiles
Maywood Studios
Michael Miller Fabrics
Moda Fabrics
Northcott Silk Inc.
P & B Textiles
Print Concepts
RJR Fabrics
Shamash & Sons
South Sea Imports
Springs Industries / Concord Fabrics / Daisy Kingdom
Textile Creations
Timeless Treasures
Cranston Print Works
E.E. Schenck 
Hoffman California Fabrics
Kona Bay
Lunn Fabrics
Marcus Brothers Textiles
Maywood Studios
P & B
Quilters' Resource
RJR Fabrics
Deepa Panels
AA Quiltex India
M. M. Exports
Aarem Enterprise
Viscose Export
Mahee International
Exclusive Overseas Pvt. Ltd.
Khera Enterprises, Noida
General Nonwovens
R. G. Fabric
Ganitex Industries
Al-Rehman Cloth Export Private Limited
Z. I. S. Associates
Arif Textiles, Pakistan
Glamour Company Limited
Padmashree International
Abdullah Textile Industries
Jawa Batik
Ahmad Textile Industries Private Limited
I T M Company
Trendtex International
Mahboob Amin Private Limited
Sree Narappa Silks
Bhoomi Textiles
Kabir Old Tex
Shahid Mehmood Exports Private Limited
Ganesh Creations
P. G. Impex Private Limited
H. M. S. Textile Group
Sadiq Siddique
Noor Trading Company, Karachi
A One Quality Impex Private Limited
Sab Song He Import And Export Co. Limited
Alireza Artisanal Establishment
Gajananya Silk Fabrics
Zatex Private Limited
Changyu Textiles
Blue Moon Quilts
Shaoxing Kwen Long Wool Flannel Product Company Limited
Nantong Goldsun Home Textile Company Limited
Plus Producer & Foreign Trade Company
Haroon Rashid Private Limited
Raj Kamal Handlooms
Umer Daraz Textile Industries
Ruchicaz Overseas
Jaipur Crafts
Star Fabrics
Shakti Exports, Hubli
Mumtaz Ghani Textiles Private Limited
Sunrise Exports, Inc.
Zhejiang Wantong Home Textiles Company
Uhdis Linen, Inc.
Sterling Creations Private Limited
Shrivatsa International Limited
Geetanjali Enterprises
Thulasiramsa and Sons
Imran Fabric Industries
Suvi Fabrics and Linings Private Limited
Saradhas Textiles
Vallabh Fabriks Ltd
Creative Crafts 
Annex Fabrics

I hope this would be of help to you.

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quilting quilt fabrics manufacturers list database

I hope these links would help you in your research. Before rating this
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Request for Answer Clarification by chucksmith-ga on 18 Feb 2006 04:45 PST
Hello easterangel.  In your answer, you mentioned "I hope these links
would help you in your research."   There aren't any links.  If you
could provide the links you used, that would be great. Thanks.

Clarification of Answer by easterangel-ga on 18 Feb 2006 05:31 PST
Hi again!

Sorry about that here are the links I used.


Clarification of Answer by easterangel-ga on 18 Feb 2006 06:07 PST
Please take note that  in the following link:

I only included the manufacturers and not those who were classified as
wholesalers or exporters.
chucksmith-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars
Great job.  Very thorough. Thanks.

Subject: Re: Looking for Quilting Fabric Manufacturers
From: joe916-ga on 17 Feb 2006 22:18 PST
Why not use parts of old clothing, thats what they used to use (in the
old days). You could go to yard saled, thrift stores, your closet
etc... I think it would give the quilt character.

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