Hancock Fabrics

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More Retro Fabrics at Hancock Fabrics

Hancock Fabrics is a lot more than retro fabric, but since this is RetroSewing, you'll likely see a lot of retro examples. They also carry thousands of fabrics, crafts, and supplies, and much of it will be showcased throughout RetroSewing.

Fleece Sample from Hancock Fabrics

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Fleece Store

Are these the coolest, or what? There are dozens of styles and types of fleece. These are fun and kinda retro, but the selection is huge. Sports teams, animals, polkadots, stripes, flowers, serious florals, you name it.

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Dozens of Unique Patches at Hancock FabricsThis set above is a display of some of the fun patches for sale at Hancock Fabrics. They are sold individually and most are iron-on. They are not necessarily the size in the set. Patches can do a lot more then cover a hole these days. They add a lot of personality to clothes and crafts and a professional finished look too.

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Not just sewing supplies, but many craft, gift and decorator items in the store as well. Check out Hancock Fabrics for details on these items.

In this set:

Paper Flowers on Left(scrap booking)

Stickers (Watermelon)

Cinema Frame

Patches (dice, black flowers, pink flower on right

Believe (stick on letters)


When you get to Hancock's website, use the search box at the top to search these holiday fabrics, retro fabrics, or just about any other category you can think of.

It's a lot of fun scrolling through the thousands of fabric and pattern choices. Just about anything you can imagine. Trims, sewing notions, and just about anything else you need to create a new garment or craft.


Throughout the pages of RetroSewing, you'll find products that are recommended for that project. Interfacings, types of fabric, sewing aids, etc. RetroSewing "Affiliates" are selected according to the services and products visitors are looking for.An effort to keep these pages clear of clutter, and easier for visitors to navigate.

A little history.

In 1957 Hancock Fabrics got its start in Tupelo, Mississippi, by Elaine and L.D. Hancock. They offer a huge selection of fabric, patterns, gift items and crafts.

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