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Reintroducing Village Fabric Shop

Hello and Welcome!

We are thrilled to be reopening the Village Fabric Shop. Located in the historic Reynolda Village in Winston Salem, North Carolina the Village team is ready to launch the next exciting chapter of the Shop, and we need your help.

Open as a fabric and craft shop since 2009, it has been a wonderful experience to befriend the former owners Elizabeth and Heather and continue the fabric shop legacy, passing the space down from one textile advocate to another. For those of you who already love to shop, we are excited to continue to carry your favorite quilting fabrics, classes, and craft essentials.

The Village Fabric Shop has been a staple at Reynolda Village since 2009.

We want to create a space where everyone is welcome and empowered to create in their own way. Village Fabric Shop is dedicated to environmental stewardship, social responsibility and community development. We will support the preservation and practice of textile and craft traditions through our brick and mortar and online shop, classes and events, and community textile resources. 

Village Fabric Shop envisions a world where crafters can make enduring societal change through textiles. We live in a world where textiles touch justice, poverty, the environment, and identity. We empower our community through materials, resources, and knowledge sharing.


What’s new?

  •  Environmentally Responsible Fabrics
     

In addition to your village fabric shop favorites, we are shifting the lens to include  a large selection of environmentally responsible fabrics, and ethically sourced textiles. We want to supply you with hard to find fabrics that are well made and have a transparent production cycle. Environmental stewardship takes many forms and we are willing advocates for the many expressions of sustainable crafting.

We care about U.S. made fabrics and want to support local mills. Pictured is TS designs, a producer of organic cotton Knit fabric located in our home state of North Carolina

  •  Apparel Fabric
     

The ‘me made’ movement of making clothes and accessories is stronger than ever. We are happy to introduce a wide range of apparel fabrics and patterns for making your own one-of-kind shirts, bags, dresses, jeans, clutches, you name it, you can make it. 

Kelsey's me made Pendleton wool coat with naturally dyed silk lining

  •  Natural Dye Supplies
     

Kelsey and Nicole love natural color and we are happy to source and curate a robust natural dye collection complete with locally grown natural dyes, and some of the finest from around the world. We will have a comprehensive selection of mordants, dyes and all other elements needed to practice the craft.

  •  Classes and Craft Community
     

The Village Fabric shop will inspire you to dip your toe into a new hobby, or to make your wildest maker vision a reality. To expand your skills and build your community, you can sign up for adult classes beginner through advanced and enroll your little ones in kids’ classes and summer camps. Our class list is still under construction, and we want your creative input as we build our 2021-2022 class season.

  •  Craft Reuse Space
     

In the back nook of the shop we will carry gently used crafting tools, notions, patterns, and vintage fabrics. Reuse is an important step in creating a zero waste crafting culture.

Our Heroes & Brands You Can Expect To See

With all our empty shelves it can be hard to imagine the amazing collection of fabrics and craft supplies we will carry. We have made a list of some shops we love, brands we respect, and designers we swoon over, and we also want your help in making our choices! If you give to our Kickstarter you will be invited to a survey that will help us determine what our first choice purchases will be!

Vadialla Mills | Blackbird Fabrics  | Cozy Blue Handmade | Klum House | The Oriole Mill | June Bug and Darlin | Closet Core Patterns | Stone Mountain & Daughter Fabrics | Atelier Brunette  | Ruby Star Society  | Birch Organic Fabrics  | LDH Scissors | Valdani 

Fancy Tiger Crafts
Maiwa Natural Dye Supply
The Cloth House
Merchant & Mills

We need you!

Help us fill the shelves! 100% of the proceeds from the Kickstarter will go to purchasing the stock we need to open our doors.

The inventory needed for our shop runs between $15,000 to $20,000. We have set an attainable goal of $7,500 but would be thrilled to go higher.


We have amazing rewards for giving!

For those of you who want to take classes or buy fabric, kits, and patterns, you can get gift certificates and classes as rewards (plus we’ll throw in some cool perks, like Nicole and Kelsey's creative crafting spotify playlist. )

For others who aren’t textile crafters (yet!) we are offering handmade masks and indigo-dyed cloth napkins, and other pre-made gifts as your reward for contributing.

Indigo Dyed Napkin

We have something for everyone, not to mention the very awesome, limited edition custom embroidery kits that are available only during our kickstarter, so giddy up and give!

Enjoy amazing rewards for giving, these are custom embroidery kits, only available through our Kickstarter. The supply is limited, so jump on board!


T H A N K    Y O U !!!


Music in video: Heartland Flyer by Blue Dot Sessions

Risks and challenges

We're in the middle of a pandemic and owning a small business is always risky. We believe in a local craft economy and that it creates a better community for all. Our shop will fill a niche that big box stores and online shopping cannot compete with. Starting from a blank slate, a challenge is making sure we are filling our shelves with things that you want. We are sending a survey to everyone who participate in the kickstarter to share your dreams of what our shop can offer. The pandemic poses a lot of delays in production and shipping of inventory. While we have done our best to give you realistic timelines in this kickstarter, there is a lot out of our control. We ask for patiences and support in fulfilling your dreams for the shop!

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Frequently Asked Questions


Fabric


Will my fabric be one continuous cut?
Yes! If for some reason, this is not the case, we will contact you before we process the order.

Do you offer fabric swatches?
At this time, we do not have fabric swatches. However, you can purchase 1/4 yard cuts through our website. If you have any questions about our fabrics please give us a call and we’d be happy to help.


Online Ordering


Can I order online and pick up in store?
Yes! Choose the option ‘in store pick up’ when checking out and we will email you when your order is ready. If you’d like a contactless pick up please note that in your order and we will email you with more info.  Please give us up to 2 business days to process your order. If you have a more urgent request please give us a call.

Do you sell gift cards online?

We do! You can purchase digital gift cards here. 

Gift Cards purchased online are sent as a digital code that is emailed to you once the order is processed (should be within the hour). If this is a gift, you can add on ‘mail a paper card gift card’ and we will mail a hand written gift card and add any notes you wish us to include on the card. Otherwise, you can print out the email and gift the printout!  The digital gift cards work online and in our physical store.

 


Do you charge sales tax on online orders?
We charge state/city/county sales tax on all orders shipping to a North Carolina address.

What is your return Policy?

We are a small business and at this time we are unable to accept returns on most items. We want to make sure you are satisfied with your purchase. If anything comes up with your order please email us shop@villagefabricshop.com or call 336-893-8516. 

Please read our full return policy here.