Some of you had some really great suggestions on sites you like to use for fabric, so I thought I would highlight a few.
I've used Fabric.com a few times for fabric. There are a ton of fabric choices on this website and the prices are very reasonable. I bought the fabric for the curtains in my daughter's room on Fabric.com and was very pleased with it. I also feel like they add new fabric to their site every day, so it's worth it to keep checking back to see what their inventory is like. They also have a glossary, yardage guide, and care instructions tab which are all nice. I've been a wee bit obsessed with this fabric below - would love to use it in a young girl's room.
Calico Corners is another great option and their website is really easy to navigate and browse. They offer a nice variety of fabrics. You can search easily by color, pattern, type, or collection. This fabric below is listed for $24.99/yard. I love the stripe as it could work for a lot of different proejcts. If you sign up on the Calico Corners website, they will send you special discount and coupon opportunities every so often.
Stout fabric was a suggestion made by Cathy. I did a little browsing on their site as I hadn't ever been to this site before, and believe it or not I think their headquarters is not far from where I grew up. Anyway, I really loved this fabric below. This site shows you how much fabric is still available to purchase, although it does appear as though you need to be registered with them to purchase.
This grey linen geometric fabric also caught my eye.
I also occasionally stop into our local Joann Fabric store. They have Annie Selke, Robert Allen, Waverly, and other fabric samples that you can order in larger quantities. And just a heads up, they are having a 50% off sale online right now - what a deal! (I might need to order a few things) I love love love this Annie Selke fabric.
This was a quick round-up of some fabric sources that can be more accessible. Kirsten actually did a great post on her favorite online fabric sites that is worth a read as well.
Now I'm going to go figure out what I might want to order from Joann.
Have you purchased any fabric recently for a project or have any purchases in mind for a future project?