Fabcurate – This Online Fabric Store Will Make You Drool!

Are you one of those creative souls who like to spend hours searching for good fabric and get it stitched as per your chosen design? Then, you have this one thing in common with me. I used to visit crowded markets to buy quality fabric of my favourite texture, layout and colour. Due to Corona, I stopped visiting the crowded places completely and had to compromise with ready-made dresses. One of my friends suggested a good fabric website ‘Fabcurate‘ and believe me, it was like a dream come true for me.

Fabcurate - The Best online fabric store
Fabcurate – The Best online fabric store

Why Fabcurate is the best place to buy fabric online

Origin of Fabcurate

* Being a community of designers, Fabcurate understands what goes into procuring the thread, designing the fabric and staying up to date with the latest trends. The concept of Fabcurate is to help customers get premium quality fabric in one place.

*Fabcurate boasts of its stupendous fabric collection and we admire it. Fabcurate source fabric from the traditional fabric merchants whose experience reflects in the threads of the fabric.  Most of the fabric is produced in Surat, Gujarat, the house of traditional fabric manufacturing in India.

* Fabcurate collaborates with the talented artisans from the handloom industry and brings to us the royal Indian culture in the form of crafts like Kalamkari, Ikat, Ajrakh, Indigo, Tie & Dye, Dabu, Shibori, Banarasi, Bandhani, Batik, etc.

Fabcurate - The Best online fabric store
Fabcurate – The Best online fabric store

Quality par excellence

I selected two cut pieces of elegant Fabcurate Digital Print fabric that I’ll use in getting my traditional suits stitched. One cut piece is chosen from Fabcurate muslin fabric. Summer is already here and the stylish and comfortable fabric is on my to-be-flaunted list.

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The quality of the fabric is far superior to the other online platforms.

The only drawback is that you are pampered with a great variety on Fabcurate that makes it difficult for you to shortlist your choices;)

Variety Variety Variety

At Fabcurate, you are spoiled for choice. There’s an extensive variety of fabulous fabric of different types.

• There are dozens of fabric materials like cotton, crepe, chanderi, rayon, Kota doria, silk, Japan satin, muslin, chanderi…omg there’s no end to it!

Fabcurate - The Best online fabric store
Fabcurate – The Best online fabric store

• Then they have options to shop by the fabric pattern. Traditional prints, ethnic designs, ikat designs or kids designs, Fabcurate displays various patterns in different materials.

• A different section is assigned to the plain cloth; you can select colour and kind of material as per your taste and requirement.

• When at Fabcurate, you won’t miss your friendly shopkeeper who displays a huge variety of cloth and makes it too irresistible for you to purchase.

You can curate the fabric of your choice

Here is one more aspect that makes Fabcurate different and irresistible. You can curate your own fabric by selecting design and material. There’s no limit to the quantity of fabric to be ordered. It makes the whole concept of ‘curating fabric’ impressive. Kudos Fabcurate for helping us design our fabric!

Fabcurate is better than your local market.

Summer is around the corner. Dive into the Fabcurate world of superior fabric and be ready for the compliments:)

Fabcurate - The Best online fabric store
Fabcurate – The Best online fabric store

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20 Comments Add yours

  1. Harjeet Kaur says:

    The fabric looks good. I am too lazy to get clothes tailored or else I wud have loved to order muslin. Will share the site with friends who buy fabric.

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  2. Wizardencil says:

    The site looks good. There was a time we used to use fabrics to stitch different clothes nowadays we opt for ready-made more. But thanks for sharing a good option

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  3. Reading your post and seeing the fabrics reminded me of NTPC stores that were a rage in ’80s and ’90s across all towns and cities in India. Those fabrics really used to give wings to our imagination, isn’t it?

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  4. Never heard of it. thanks for introducing. Will be checking it out soon but coming from you it has to be good. You have not left any doubt as you have filled us withh all details.
    Deepika Sharma

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  5. Never heard of it. I’ll check it out too. I keep on ordering stuff online. i’ll try this one too.

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  6. Ruchie says:

    I always prefer stitched clothes but these fabrics look really great. I will surely check these!!

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  7. Pr@Gun says:

    Never heard of fabric online, this seems nice when you need a custom-made dress instead of buying an already stitched readymade dress. What caught my eyes were kalamkari, ikkat, and ajrakh, these are my favorite handloom picks. For sure I will try fabcurate. thanks for sharing.

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  8. This is a new information for me. Thank you for such detailed introduction. Will check it out.

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  9. Dr. Surbhi Prapanna says:

    During this hard days of pandemic, fabcurate seems like a great option for buying quality clothes. thanks dear for sharing all details.

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  10. The fabric looks really good, well I am not into materials and stitching prefer ready made but as they look amazing.. Would like to buy from them.

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  11. Navita Bhatia says:

    Fabricate looks like a great option for the quality fabric online. The options available to select the fabric depending upon various categories makes it even easier and more dependable. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. Navita Bhatia says:

    *Please read ‘Fabcurate’ for the previous comment.

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  13. Archana says:

    Yes, I am that creative soul, can spend hours choosing the dresses tirelessly😃. Fabcurate is something very new to me. But through images, I must say that they have a variety of sophisticated collections. I will surely check this out.

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  14. I loved the idea of being able to curate our own fabric, thanks a lot for sharing about the, I have to check them out at the earliest

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  15. The pieces look fabulous and your pictures are tempting me to check them out immediately

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  16. Dr.Amrita says:

    I will remember Fabcurate,the muslin sounds like a must buy.

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  17. Absolutly love the amazing collection. I still somehow love to get my kurthas stitched

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    1. aditi says:

      Same here 😊

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  18. Anjalie Sharma says:

    I’m always on lookout for good quality fabrics. The site looks good, will check it out next time I buy something. Thank you 🙂

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