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  • We Love Our Customers!

    April 3, 2017 by Britex Fabrics

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    We Love Our Customers! Joan, a regular Britex Fabrics customer came in today sporting a gorgeous rayon blend jacket she created from a remnant. Although we no longer have the same fabric she used, we have many fabulous treasures on the fourth floor of our brick-and-mortar-store, in the heart of Union Square. Come check out all the awesome colors for spring!


  • Online Sale: Ravishing Rayon, Lace & Polyester! Now - 3/20

    March 16, 2017 by Britex Fabrics

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    Greet Spring With Ravishing Rayon, Lace & Polyester! 20% Off All Online Rayon, Lace & Polyester Fabrics!

    All polyester, rayon, and lace online category fabrics are on sale, including Italian designer polyester, polyester charmeuse, exquisite viscose lace knits, gorgeous polyester Lycra blends, and more. Quantities are limited. This sale good for online lace, rayon, & polyester fabric category purchases* only 3/7 - 3/20. *This online sale does not apply to in-store, email, phone, or Customized Swatch purchases.


  • Coats Made from Japanese-style Fabrics from Britex - by Jennifer

    January 5, 2010 by Britex Fabrics

    Jennifer sent us photos of her handiwork. She says, “All of these Japanese-style fabrics are from Britex. Two of the coats are “personal designs”, and three are from combined patterns to make each more unique. Each coat is lined with silk, and has an inside pocket with a Betty Boop button, just for fun. Working with beautifully weighted cottons, rayon, or tapestry fabrics is the best reason to sew!” Photos were taken by Paul Kirshner Studios.


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