Fabric library

built directly into your collaborative design canvas
Matte Satin in Butter Yellow
Cotton Satin in Lemon Yellow fabric on Make the Dot
Cotton Poplin in Apricot Stripes
Deadstock Cotton Poplin - Cheddar on Make the Dot
Double Face Checker - Orange and Blue
Polyester Twill - Saffron
Polyester Cotton - Meshmellow
Cotton Poly Poplin - Burnt Orange on Make the Dot
Bamboo Stretch French Terry in Dark Forest Green
Bamboo Stretch French Terry in Dark Earthy Green
Bamboo and Cotton Stretch Knit Fleece in Calming Green
Crinkled Polyester Chiffon in Evergreen
Lightweight Tencel Rayon in Fauna
Lightweight Polyester Silk in Turquoise
Double Weave Viscose Spandex Blend in Sage
Silk Habutai in Emerald Green
Cambric Cotton in Lagoon Blue
Japanese-made  Organic Cotton in Smoke Blue Stripe
Lightweight Silk Chiffon in Seaport Blue
Polyester Rayon in Deep Ultramarine
Silk Double Georgette in Blue
Cotton Twill in Navy Blue
Mid-weight Cotton Stretch Denim in Space Blue
Woven Double Crepe - Deep Cove
Active Dri Fit - Deep Purple
Silk Habutai - Mulberry
Cotton Voile - Rosé
Silk Voile - Raspberry Rose
Double Crepe - Cosmopolitan
Cotton Voile - Flushed Petal
Bamboo Stretch French Terry in Pastel Pink
Blossom Pink Polyester Blend Quilted
Dri Fit - Blizzard
Cotton Lawn - Casper
Lightweight Crepe with Rayon Blend in Static
Canton Crepe - Twilight
Lightweight Jacquard - Black Batik
Mesh - Stellar
Worsted Wool Blend - Panther
Stretch Bamboo Jersey in Black

Combining fabric visualization and sourcing, in one design workspace

Manage fabric swatches, while contacting suppliers directly from your design canvas

2000+ built-in fabrics available on the canvas to source and reference from

Make the Dot's built-in fabric library within the collaborative canvas

Buy direct or contact the supplier

Supplier contact form and fabric details within Make the Dot's fabric library

Deadstock & recycled fabrics available

Examples of deadstock and recycled fabrics in Make the Dot's fabric library

Search, filter & sort by specific dimensions like weight, composition and price

Filter and sort fabrics within Make the Dot's fabric library

Use supplier’s fabrics as a template to quickly build your own library

Designers can manage their own fabric swatches via My Fabrics within their Make the Dot workspace

Manage your own fabrics

Designers can manage their own fabric swatches via My Fabrics within their Make the Dot workspace

Don’t just take our word for it

Hear from the designers who have been using Make the Dot for fabric research
I love @makethedot because it is so specific to my workflow as a fashion marketing student. I love that I can search for fabrics from all the different suppliers and it's so easy to use the Eyedropper to match the exact color on the fabric that I'm looking for.
Sergeo Jackson
Fashion Marketing Student
I highly recommend my students to bridge their online to offline fabric research and experiment with different textures before finalizing on a purchase. Even when I'm designing myself, I often use @makethedot's fabric library to find specific print patterns to complement my concept. It is so convenient!
Isabella Notaro
One of my favorite things about @makethedot is definitely the fabric library. It is so important for students to use accurate fabric images in their projects rather than searching on Google or Pinterest, which can often give you a generic fabric image that does not match with the type that you're looking for.
Andrea Skillings
I'd normally never visit the fabric suppliers' websites directly, but now that it's embedded within @makethedot, I love looking up the fabrics before visiting the store because it gives me inspiration and helps conjure up new ideas while I'm designing. I also use it to show the visualization to my teacher before buying the fabric.
Jada Wilkerson
Fashion Design Student
I really love the fabric library on @makethedot not only because you can search for specific types of fabrics but it will also tell you where the source is. Previously I was using Adobe Illustrator to do my concept development but Make the Dot makes it so much more streamlined with all the fashion specific tools.
Madumita Sokkalingam
Fashion Design Student
After using @makethedot, I noticed that I started experimenting with more fabric options and novelty fabrics in my design. The experience of browsing and searching digitally is so much easier than going aisle by aisle in the physical shop.
Ava Truckenbrod
Fashion Design Student
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