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Our Wholesale Division: Textile Trade Shows!

Do you have a business, but have a hard time finding the fabric you need? Have no fear, Fabric Mart Wholesale is here! If you are a designer, fabric store or small clothing manufacturer, you need to check out our wholesale website at: www.FabricMartWholesale.com.

The wholesale division carries a different selection of fabric than the retail website. If you can purchase 12 or more yards of fabric (12 yards of ONE continuous piece of fabric, or a bolt) and you are a business, email Julie now. She will assist you finding the fabric you need. Our stock constantly changes, so even if we can't help you now, you never know what deal is coming up next!

Did you know there are textile trade shows catering to small designers and fabric stores? No need to feel overwhelmed at the huge fabric shows with companys forcing you to purchase 2000 yards or more! We just came back from the International Textile Expo in Las Vegas. Normally held in March and September, it is a one-stop shop for any small business! There are numerous jobbers from around the country including NYC and LA, quilting cotton companies, sourcing agents, and trim/notion/button companies.

VIVA LAS VEGAS



We also participate at shows in all over the country. For an updated list of shows we're attending, check out our website: www.fabricmartwholesale.com. 

Want a sneak preview on available fabrics in the wholesale division? Check out on Facebook page: Fabric Mart Wholesale Facebook. We try to post our newest fabrics as often as possible!

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