Edinburgh Imports — This site is geared towards makers of stuffed bears/animals, but they carry a good variety of synthetic and natural furs.
Fabulous FursUpdated! — All kinds of faux furs: fabric, clothing, accessories and more.
Gaylord Archival — This company sells all kinds of archival supplies, including textile preservation items, boxes, paper and more.
Gohn BrothersNew! — “Gohn Bros. Mfg. Co. has been described as an old fashioned department store, a mercantile store, a dry goods store, an Amish clothing and fabric store, a mail order company, manufacturer of "plain" denim pants, a quilt shop, and the local fabric store.” Amish and plain clothing, including broadfall drop front pants, suspenders, hats, plain bonnets, boots, etc. Lots of basic fabrics. They have a PDF version of their catalog available and take phone, mail and email orders.
Hide House — Many types and grades of leather and hides. Store located in Napa, CA.
Tandy Leather Factory — Besides selling leather, also sells: belts, buckles, tools, finishing supplies, hardware, kits, laces, etc.
The SeraphNew! — Sells reproduction 17th & 18th century furtniture and period upholstery fabric.
Through the Ages FabricNew! — Natural fiber fabrics, spinning/weaving supplies, patterns, and more. “Through the Ages Fabric … offer[s] high-end sewing machines, all-natural fabric, leather, notions, cosplay materials, and weaving, spinning, and fiber arts supplies. We are passionate about sewing with over 100 years of combined experience. Our management team is also comprised of experienced medieval re-enactors participating in the Society for Creative Anachronism (www.sca.org) over the last 16 years.”
Amazon Drygoods — Books, reproduction clothing and household accessories, shoes, toys, corsets, plus historic clothing and window treatment patterns.
Burnley and Trowbridge — Specializes in supplies for 17th thru early 19th century reenactors. Shoes; Linen, wool, fustian and cotton fabrics. Patterns for men, women & children: • Burnley & Trowbridge • Fashions Revisited • JP Ryan • Kannik’s Korner • Larkin & Smith • Laughing Moon • Mill Farm • Period Impression • Smoke & Fire.
How2HatsUpdated! — (UK) Lots of books & DVDs on how to make hats. Links to other sites with courses, supplies, etc.
Lavolta Press — Books on historical costuming which have patterns from original periodicals. From mid-19th century through early 20th century.
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.
Pillaged Village, TheUpdated! — Medieval thru 17th century: Patterns, trim, agilets, clasps, frogs, buckles, pennanulars, jewelry. books, pre-made garb, etc. Geared toward re-enactors and SCA folks. As of Oct 2017, website seems to be down; they also have a Facebook page.
Quite Specific Media – Costume & Fashion Press — Costume and fashion books, including the new “Tudor Tailor”, “Costume in Detail”, “The Medieval Tailor’s Assistant”, Janet Arnold’s books, Alcega’s “Tailor’s Pattern Book 1589”, and more.
RL Shep books — Books on costume, textiles, etc. He carries a large selection of costuming books (the items on the website are rotated), so contact him to see if he has or can get a book that you want.
Tutu.Com — Custom made tutus. Their own line of books and patterns on dance costuming. Net & tulle, coutil, hooping, bones, notions, etc. Gives seminars around the US on making dance costumes.
Workwoman’s Guide, The — From the website: “This 1838 masterpiece of domestic instruction for the 19th-century homemaker is highly illustrated with patterns and drawings for hundreds of everyday apparel and household furnishings.”
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
Pipers Silks — (UK) Specializes in silk threads of all types.
Practical Blackwork — All things blackwork: links to blackwork sites, books, photos, patterns, etc.