FancyFeather.com — Feathers and feathered accessories, plus ostrich shells and leather. Business owned by former Ostriches Online employee.
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.
Joyce Trimming — Located in NYC’s fashion district, this site sells ribbon, rhinestones, lace, beads, 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.”
Lord & Hodge — Grommets and snap fasteners. Sells the big grommet setting machines.
M&J Trimming — Sells appliques, beads, braid, buttons, cord, fringe, lace, rhinestones, ribbons, tassels, and more.
Manhattan Wardrobe Supply — Sells costuming supplies used by film, theater and television professionals. Product line includes adhesives, dyes, fabric protectors, irons, steamers, pressers, jewelry supplies, make-up, millinery supplies, racks, notions, shoe supplies, tags, thread and much more.
Military Heritage — Reproduction military accessories: swords, helmets, belts & buckles, muskets, military braid, wool melton fabric, and more.
OrientalPearls.net — Retail pearls at wholesale prices. They will also do custom drilling.
Patterns of Time — Sells various brands of medieval through early 20th century patterns. Also sells clasps, kilt pins, and other accessories. Custom and pre-made costumes.
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.
Tressa — (Switzerland) Swiss made braids & trim, including horsehair, raffia, and hat braid. Also cords & laces.
Trims Plus — Decorator trim: cording, fringe, tassels, gimp, buttons, bullion, beaded trim, 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.
Vibes & ScribesNew! — (Ireland) Fabric, trim, craft supplies, millinery supplies, patterns, and more.
Wm Booth, Draper — This vendor specializes in Revolutionary War reenactment. Fabric: linen, hemp and wool. Linen thread; tape & lace made of linen, wool, cotton & hemp; yarn; metal, bone & thread buttons; buckles; and other cool period notions. Patterns: Kannik’s Korner • JP Ryan • La Fleur de Lyse • Fig Leaf • Mill Farm • etc.
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 (!!).