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Opened by Jack Sauma in 1991, Mood Fabrics quickly became a staple of the New York City Garment District. With Jack’s family by his side and the world of fashion at his feet, Mood Fabrics grew to become a global success; launching an online store, opening a store in Los Angeles, and providing the fabric to the acclaimed show Project Runway. Currently run by Jack’s sons, Eric and Philip, Mood Fabrics is the result of hard work and family bonds, the epitome of the American Dream. Now, Mood hopes to help you achieve your dreams, whether you want to present a collection at fashion week or teach your children to sew. With fabrics that range from discount to designer, Mood is constantly adding new products to their collection.

Mood’s collection of fabrics is absolutely unmatched, but what do you do with them? How do you bring to life the croquis in your sketchbook? How do you use the stunning silk print you’ve had in your cart all week? What in the world is a French seam, and do you need a passport to get there? Mood Sewciety was created with all these questions, and more, in mind. Whether you want to get personal with cotton, or are on the quest to find the perfect dress (it exists, and it has pockets), Mood Sewciety covers a wide range of topics. Grow your confidence and sewing skills with Mood’s patterns (which come in a full range of straight and plus sizes), learn new tips and tricks with tutorials, and catch up on the latest trends with on-the-pulse reporting.

Excited to get started? That’s a Mood! If you’ve already got your fabric in mind, browse Mood’s patterns to find the right one for your fabric. If you love a pattern, but aren’t sure where to start, head over to Moodfabrics.com and peruse the fabric you think you’ll need. Check out cotton twill for structured trousers, silk charmeuse for slinky eveningwear, or Mood’s Exclusive Collections, which come in a variety of prints and textiles. Don’t know where to start? Take a look at Mood’s Applications Page, which details what fabric you need for specific designs and styles. Take to the sewing machine with Mood by your side, and don’t forget to use #madewithmood to show us exactly what kind of Mood you’re in.

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