A family run business since 1955, Baum Textile Mills, Inc. is a producer of the finest quality fabrics for the home sewing industry. Building a distinguished reputation for the finest fleeces and flannels on the market, Baum trademarked its exclusive WinterFleece™ "Velour Finish", a process that allows for extraordinary detail, and the softest hand available on its WinterFleece™ and Weatherblock™ fabrics. Baum Textiles features an extensive selection of these fabrics for both retail and manufacturing clients.
In 1995, after recognizing a need for more quality quilting and crafting fabrics, Baum began to add beautiful cotton sheetings to its collections and saw the popularity of these lines grow rapidly. In response to this growing market, Baum decided to focus its efforts on the needs of the independent quilt shops and introduced a new division, Windham Fabrics. Working extensively with quilt historians, industry experts, an in-house design studio, and well-known designers from all around the world, Windham Fabrics has become a leader in the marketplace. Known for its authentic reproductions of antique fabrics, Windham also offers florals, textures, retro and many other contemporary fabric collections sourced from home textiles, scrapbooking and the fashion industries that are created exclusively for quilt shops only.
Our mission create fabrics which inspire passion and creativity for quilters with various tastes and differing skill levels throughout the world.
Windham Fabrics Links and Resources:
Windham Fabrics Website
Windham Fabrics Blog
Win Two Fat Quarter Bundles from Windham Fabrics.
Somerset Shirtings and First Ladies Fabric (Valued at $100)
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