When the cooler weather moves in, stay warm with cozy comfy flannel fabric! From rustic plaids and baby flannel fabrics to holiday prints and year-round florals, you’re sure to find the perfect comfy flannel fabric for quilting or sewing your next flannel quilt! Shop flannel fabric by the yard, precuts & flannel quilt kits here.
Let’s play a game. You might want paper and pencil. Give yourself 30 seconds to list your answers to this question: What words do you associate with flannel? Go…
Flannel Fabrics: Fun, Fuzzy, and Useful
How many of the following words were on your list? cozy, warm, soft, comfortable, versatile, relaxed, cotton, fuzzy, homey, safe, sturdy, useful...
We are confident that you brainstormed many of these words and came up with other excellent descriptive words of your own! Because of its many wonderful characteristics, flannel fabric is often used for shirts, jackets, pajamas, robes, baby blankets, burp cloths, and quilts. Flannel fabric is an excellent choice when the sewist wants a soft, sturdy, substantial fabric–something that will keep its user warm and withstand wear. If you are looking for 100% cotton flannel fabric for your project, Missouri Star is the place to shop!
Flannel Fabrics Projects and Tutorials
We sell many brands of flannel fabric for quilting. Two of our most popular are Mammoth Flannel fabric by Robert Kaufman and Woolies Flannel fabric by Bonnie Sullivan for Maywood Studio. Both of these are available as flannel fabric by the yard and as precuts such as flannel Jelly Roll fabric, flannel Layer Cake, and flannel Charm Pack bundles. Missouri Star has a pattern for an easy Rag Quilt–perfect for flannel precuts–that Jenny demonstrates in the video below.
We have adorable baby flannel fabric prints and ideas about what to do with them. Every parent needs receiving blankets for swaddling and burping the baby. These blankets are also indispensable as car seat or stroller shades, surfaces on which to lay the baby for nap or tummy time, and impromptu diaper change mats. They are also superior lovies. If you want to learn how to make a flannel receiving blanket in a snap, watch Misty below. Would you like to make a fitted flannel sheet for your child’s crib? Missouri Star offers an easy-to-follow pattern and Laura Piland can show you how in our Creating for Kids tutorial series.
Many people look for Christmas flannel fabric for holiday projects. Others want comfy flannel for cold-weather apparel. No matter what you want to make with flannel fabric, Missouri Star has a marvelous selection of 100% cotton flannel fabric from which to choose!
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