Farthingales — Great Canadian costuming supplier. Several different kinds of coutil, crinoline, net, and muslin; corsetry supplies (busks, boning, lacing grommets, tools, etc); millinery supplies; dress forms; hair canvas; interfacing; ribbon; horsehair; petersham; and more. Tutu net and steel.
Kleins — (UK) Haberdashery: beads, buttons, lace, ribbon, corsetry supplies, grommets & tools, purse-making supplies, and more.
Lacis — Great source for costuming needs (boning, busks, hoops, etc). Lots of books on costuming, millinery, tatting, etc. They also sell hoop skirts and vintage clothes. Patterns: Ageless Patterns • D1 Design • Fantasy Fashions • Folkwear • Grannd Garb • Kannik • Laughing Moon • Making Memories • Mantua Maker • McMasters • Medieval Miscellany • Past Patterns • Reconstructing History • Smoke & Fire • Truly Victorian • Vintage Pattern Library. The store and museum, located in Berkeley, CA, are “must-see.”
Lost Coast Historical Patterns — Patterns, costume supplies, and corset supplies. Large selection of historical patterns: Dawn Anderson Designs • Design and Planning Concepts • Truly Victorian • Laughing Moon • Folkwear • JP Ryan • Fig Leaf Patterns • Kay Fig • Hint of History • Margo Anderson’s Historic Costume Patterns • The Mantua-Maker • Past Patterns • La Fleur de Lyse • Lynn McMasters • Mill Farm Patterns • Tailor’s Guide • Sense and Sensibility Patterns • Rocking Horse Farm • Octagon Ladies Repository • Reconstructing History • Grainline Gear • June Colburn • Birch Street.
Nehelenia PatternsUpdated! — Located in Germany. Carries patterns, accessories, millinery supplies, corset kits, and more. A very wide range of historical patterns by: Rocking Horse Farm • Period Impressions • Reconstructing History • Wingeo • Northern Society of Costume and Textiles • Truly Victorian • Recollections of J.P. Ryan • La Fleur de Lyse • Past Patterns • Margo Anderson • Buckaroo Bobbins • Laughing Moon • Kanniks Korner • Eva Dress • Fig Leaf • Eagle View • Smoke & Fire • Mill Farm • Arts &. Metiers • Sajou • Pattern Studio • Folkwear • Patterns of History • Mara Riley • Ageless Patterns • Scottish Patterns • Country Wives
Richard the Thread — Busks, boning, coutil, millinery supplies, dress forms, and more. Their own pattern line includes Renaissance, Elizabethan, Victorian and Edwardian. Store located in Los Angeles.
Sartor Silk Shop — (Czech) Linen, silk and brocade fabrics; corset fabric and supplies, including coutil, boning, busks, and connectors; trims; and more.
Timeless Stitches — Sells their own line of mid-19th century patterns for men, women & children. Also sellspremade items, such as bonnets, dresses, men’s clothing, etc.
Vena Cava Design — (UK) Sells all manner of corsetry supplies: coutil, boning, busks, eyelets, and other items. Also millinery supplies, fabric, trims, and patterns.
Vogue Fabrics — Large selection of fabrics, including really lovely linen, silk, wool, and more. Patterns by lots of different independent companies. Also corsetry supplies, including kits. Store located in Evanston, IL.
Wooded Hamlet — Carries all-natural fiber trims: silk ribbon, braids, twill tape, hemp cord, bobbin lace, buttons, and more; boning; and needlework tools. Now carries cage crinoline kits (!!).