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Hi there!

My name is Vivian…a confessed fabric junkie! I've done most types of sewing and handcrafts, knitting, crochet, beading and painting. With so many creative interests…there's just no telling which direction the shop might go.  After twenty-six years as a fabric designer for an American woolen mill, I retired to start UnBiased Fabrics.com with the freedom to travel and participate in quilting, sewing, appliqué and embroidery shows. I recently moved back to the South to be nearer family and my sister and I joined our businesses into a new company: Gardensong Fabrics LLC. We are currently online only but are in the planning stages of a physical shop. We've outgrown our current facility!

  At Gardensong Fabrics, we're dedicated to providing you with a large variety of fresh fabrics to meet your creative needs, along with prompt shipping and attentive, personalized service.

~ Vivian


Hi!


I'm Rebecca, the other half of Gardensong Fabrics. Vivian and I are sisters (we won't say who is older-LOL) and we have been sewing and crafting for most of our lives. After a long career as a public librarian, I retired and started a custom monogramming business which morphed into a fabric business. Vivian and I have totally different styles so we almost never buy the same fabrics which makes for some interesting collections. I tend to lean toward fabrics suitable for children's clothing and quilts as well as classic designs. I live in the Deep South and I cannot deny a love of big bows and swirly twirly little girl's dresses. If there's something you would like to see us carry, please let us know. We love to find out what you are sewing and if we can be of assistance, don't hesitate to contact us.

~ Rebecca
Gardensong Fabrics is a retail fabric shop located in Brookhaven, MS
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FQ = FAT QUARTER

When you see ''FQ'' in a fabric title, it indicates that this fabric is available as a FAT QUARTER.
It's still a quarter of a yard of fabric, just cut in a convenient size for quilters. See our handy reference guide for cuts that you can get out of a Fat Quarter.