We proudly claim the title of Seattle’s largest fabric destination, offering an expansive 13,000 square feet filled with quality fabrics, yarn and sewing essentials. As Seattle’s premier fabric store, we are dedicated to being your ultimate one-stop haven for all your sewing needs.

Our inventory encompasses everything you require, ranging from quilting, fashion, bridal, and upholstery fabrics to an extensive assortment of yarn and crocheting supplies, as well as a vast selection of sewing and quilting notions. But we’re more than just a store; we’re a vibrant community of creative individuals. We cultivate an atmosphere where makers of all skill levels can come together, exchange ideas, and celebrate their passion for sewing, quilting, knitting, or crocheting.

Nestled in an industrial setting, we are a hidden gem with deep roots connected to our parent company’s 107-year-old mission of sustainable metal scrap recycling. Pacific Fabrics remains in the very heart of Seattle, where our company’s remarkable journey first began. We take immense pride in being Seattle’s most beloved fabric shop, and we invite you to be part of our creative community.

Three Big Reasons

why you should learn to sew at pacific fabrics:

Learning to sew at Pacific Fabrics offers a wealth of resources, expertise, and opportunities to foster your sewing skills and creativity while enjoying the support of a vibrant sewing community!

#1 Expert Guidance

Pacific Fabrics is known for its skilled instructors who can guide you through the entire sewing process, from beginner projects to more advanced techniques.

#2 Wide Selection
of Materials

Learning to sew at Pacific Fabrics means you’ll have access to a wide variety of high-quality fabrics, threads, and sewing notions with a 20% class discount!

#3 Get the
"Quality Sewing" advantage!

We’ve partnered with Quality Sewing and Vacuum, a trusted name in the industry to provide you with the best sewing machines available!

From Scrap Metal to Fabrics

The Story of Pacific Fabrics and Its Enduring Legacy.

Since 1917