Here at OnlineFabricStore, you’ll find thousands of basic and designer drapery fabrics in a variety of designs from damask and floral to geometric and paisley.
These colorful drapery fabrics are ideal for making curtains, valances, shades, swags, and other stylish window treatments.
You can also use these multipurpose fabrics for many other projects like throw pillows, bags and totes, slipcovers, and crafts.
Drapery lining adds volume and a professional look to drapes and curtains.
It can also have practical uses including insulation and protection from sunlight and moisture.
Check out our selection of curtain lining fabric.
If you’re looking for beautiful upholstery fabrics at low prices, look no further.
Whether you’re upholstering couches, dining chairs, ottomans, or headboards, we offer a wide selection of medium and heavy weight fabrics.
Our upholstery fabrics suit a range of needs from residential and commercial to automotive and marine upholstery.
Update your décor with indoor or outdoor fabric in basic and designer styles.
Start with functional fabrics for constructing your upholstery project like featherproof ticking, burlap, and dust cover fabric.
Finish it with high quality velvet, denim, and other beautiful upholstery fabrics.
Looking for fabric for your outdoor furniture? You’ll find a wide selection of outdoor upholstery and sling fabric here, as well as fabric for marine applications.
It’s also great for indoor projects because it’s water and stain resistant.
Besides upholstery projects, these vinyl and faux leather fabrics can also be used for accessories like bags and belts.
Our collection of vinyl upholstery fabric includes a variety of colors and designs like crocodile and shagreen (sharkskin) animal prints.
In addition to our huge selection of fabric, we also carry thousands of supplies for your home décor projects.
OnlineFabricStore is the one-stop-shop for not only drapery and upholstery fabric, but all the supplies that go with it as well.
At OFS™ you’ll find tons of drapery and upholstery fabrics and supplies, but we also have a multitude of original décor tutorials covering topics like drapes, upholstery, and more.
Not sure what kind of drapes you’re looking to sew? We provide comprehensive instructions for 9 unique styles ranging from simple rod pocket curtains to professional inverted box pleat curtains.
Learn how to reupholster a dining chair or make new box cushions and slipcovers from scratch.
These tutorials and more can be found at OFS™ Maker’s Mill, our headquarters for everything DIY.
By making your own duvet cover you can be sure you’ll get exactly the size and look you want.
Choose different fabrics for the front and back, or use a flat sheet on the bottom and a more decorative fabric on top.
Our OnlineFabricStore YouTube channel is a highly regarded source of information and instruction with over 125,000 subscribers and 20 million views.
Our 200+ video library includes plenty of informative video tutorials on home décor projects.
You can also find these videos in our comprehensive Maker’s Mill how to’s where you’re provided with written instructions and photos as well.
Rod pocket curtains are the easiest style of curtain to make, it’s simply a panel of fabric with a tube for the curtain rod.
This tutorial shows how to make an unlined rod pocket curtain, but a lining can easily be added.
Pillow forms can be found in many sizes with different fillings like down, polyester, or a combination of both.
There are also varying shapes for pillow forms from square and rectangular to round and bolster pillows.
Traditionally used for covering pillows and mattresses, ticking often has a blue striped pattern on a natural background.
True ticking is feather proof, but the term may refer to the pattern itself which is used for decorative purposes.
With our easy to use drapery yardage calculator, you can find out exactly how much fabric yardage you’ll need for your project.
Just plug in the desired dimensions, hems, and fullness of the drapes and you’re good to go.
100% cotton décor fabric care instructions often say “dry clean only”, but what happens if it’s machine washed?
As long as you know the possible consequences, you can weigh your options and decide for yourself.
Décor fabric is usually split into two categories: drapery fabric and upholstery fabric.
This doesn’t mean drapery fabric can’t be used for upholstery, and vice versa.
There are loads of other uses for these fabrics even beyond décor.
Railroading refers to the way a fabric, usually a pattern, is milled.
Normally a bolt of fabric features the top of a pattern going up the roll.
However, a railroaded fabric will have the top of the pattern going across the roll.