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Thousands of Bolts Only One Nut

Thousands of Bolts Only One Nut

Fabric shopping is a subjective thing, particularly online. You can’t touch and feel the fabric and are restricted to just the accuracy of the images provided for making your selection. So I don’t normally make recommendations for online fabric purchasing. At least with Hancock Fabrics and JoAnn’s you have the opportunity to go to a store and see it first.

But ThousandsOfBolts.com is different. They have a large inventory, logically arranged. They tell you how much they have in stock before you make your selection. They provide swatches that represent six inches with the option to view a two-inch representation. The search feature allows you to search by name, manufaturer, and even sku.  They have a wish list section that includes a designer’s pallette that allows you to drag and drop fabrics in any order so that you can group fabric selections.And, you can save the wishlist if you have an account. Last but not least, their prices are great and their sales are awesome!

I was pleasantly surprised at the quality of my fabric when I received my first order last week. They’ve been added to my favorites and can consider me a regular customer!

4 comments

  1. Hello!
    I was just searching reviews for ‘Thousands of Bolts Only One Nut’ and stumbled across your blog. I plan to order from them too. Do you have any other reasonably priced online fabric store you could recommend? I am from Malaysia.

  2. Looking for juvenile fabric that is blocks and each one has a different saying of something God gave us. I assume it is to teach a child. Has all different things, i.e., light, animals, flowers I believe. A friend used it and now her daughter had twins and she needs more but can’t find it. Thanks.

  3. I’m not sure if this is what you are looking for, but eBay has a large selection of quilting cottons and I saw something similar to what you’ve describe on ebay a day or two ago. They also have a fantastic search process when you shop via ‘sewing and fabric’. Just list fabric in the search bar and the department should show in a drop menu. Hope this help find what your friends are looking for.

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