Due to damage from Hurricane Beryl, orders will ship on or after July 29th.


St. Tabitha's Spoonflower Fabric Shop

Patterned fabric is ideal for quilting, scarves, blankets, clothing, tea towels, and anything made from fabric.



Cut-and-sew fabric panels can be used to make bunting banners, bread bags, pillows, baby toys, and many other things. Fabric is printed with cut lines and instructions for easy DIY sewing projects with the Orthodox Christian family in mind.

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The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (CGS) church school curriculum has use for many items made from fabric that are intended to be made by the church school teachers. View my collection of fabric designed specifically for Orthodox Christian CGS. This collection of cross fabric is great for making prayer table cloths, altar table cloths, and other fabric items for the classroom. Velvet is great for altar cloths, satin is perfect for vestments, and cotton is great for the prayer table.





A Note on Ordering Fabric at Spoonflower

Spoonflower does not carry printed fabric like a brick and mortar fabric store does. They are unique in their ability to print the same digital pattern on any of the types of fabric they use, from quilting cotton to polyester velvet! This has been a great way to supply Orthodox Christian fabric to our fairly small community without huge upfront costs.

To buy directly from Spoonflower:

  1. Choose the design to be printed.
  2. Choose the type of fabric (get help here).
  3. Choose the size of the cut:
    • 8" x 8" test swatch
    • fat quarter (a yard or meter of fabric that is cut in four quadrants instead of in four strips like you get at a fabric store)
    • 1+ yards/meters

Some cut-and-sew designs require a certain fabric width which depends on the type of fabric chosen; for any design that is wider than 42", there will be a note for the width required. You can check to be sure you have the right width by clicking the size dropdown and making sure the yard/meter matches the recommendation. For example:

Designs are fixed at a certain scale and do not change when the size of the fabric cut is changed. I set the dimensions of the design and it is printed onto the size of fabric requested, starting from the bottom left corner. For example, the lent calendar is set to a fat quarter size. So a test swatch will print only the 8" x 8" area of the bottom left corner of the design (see below), while a yard will have four of the designs on it.