Fabric Garden is nestled in lovely central Maine.
Murphy opened the store back in 1978.
We're celebrating our 35th Anniversary this year,
and send thanks to everyone who helped bring us to this point.
We believe in offering personalized, friendly service.
Our staff has over 150 years of sewing experience combined,
and we are here to help make your project perfect.
You will find a quilter's haven here,
with a little something for everybody.
Completed projects are featured
throughout the store to inspire you.
We strive to be a happy place where people can
meet and share inspirations, ideas and friendship.
Proud to be the
#1 Janome Dealer in Maine.
Click here to see a selection of our machines!
Authorized JANOME Sewing Machine
Dealer & Service Center
Free Personalized Lesson with Your Machine Purchase
We are an authorized Janome Dealer and Repair Center since 1984.
Free Loaner Machine while yours is being serviced.
We're here 7 days a week to answer any questions about your Fabric Garden machine purchase.
- Over 8,500 Bolts of Fine Quilting Cottons!!
- 800+ Batik and Bali Fabrics!!
- Hundreds of Books & Patterns
- Notions, Tools and Supplies
- Quilts For Sale
- Jelly Rolls, Charm Packs,Fat Quarters,
- Helpful, Friendly Staff
- Over 150 Years Combined Sewing Experience
- Classes for Every Level
We carry outstanding fabrics,
including lines from these fine makers:
Proud to be a Drop-Off
Point for Project Linus Quilts
Our Shop in Maine
Aunt Marie opened the Fabric Garden in 1978 with Kala (owner).
Since opening day, much has changed. Each week we continue to add new
fabrics and products.
At last count there are over 9,500 bolts of fabrics to choose from.
We try to have lot of different products, and there's always something new
coming in or happening.
We don't like to be bored - so why should you?
Aunt Marie was quite the gardener before she passed.
She kept the outside of
the store blooming like an English garden.
In her honor and memory,
we keep The Fabric Garden alive
with cheerful flowers in the spring,
summer and fall.
About The Area
We are located on Route 201 in Madison, just north of the Skowhegan town line and
minutes away from the
Kennebec River (left) and some of the prettiest lakes in
Lake Wesserunsett (right) is just north, a serene and beautiful body of water which offers
public boat access and golden opportunities for fishing, boating, swimming and more.
Come to the Fair!
Just south of us is the Skowhegan State Fair Ground.
This is the oldest continuous agricultural fair in the country!
They also host numerous horse shows,
snowmobile races, car events and more.
There's always something happening at the fair!
Hit the links!
About five minutes north you will find the Lakewood Golf Course.
This is an 18-hole, par 72 course cut into the beautiful Maine Woods.
Lakewood offers a challenging and welcoming course, nestled amongst the white pines
with gorgeous mountain views.
Historic Lakewood Theater
Located on the shores of Lake Wesserunsett, Lakewood Theater is America's oldest Summer Theater,
and the "Official Theater of the State of Maine". Live theater at it's best - you'll feel like you're stepping back in time.
Complete the experience with a lakeside stroll to enjoy the view.
Wet and Wild Rafting
Some seriously fun rapids are north of us!
The Kennebec and Dead rivers provide consistent Class II, III, and IV rapids.
A roller coaster, only wetter.
World's Largest Sculpted Indian
62 feet tall and crafted by renowned sculptor Bernard Langlais of Cushing,
this giant watches over downtown Skowhegan.
And so much more.
We're a short drive from one of the best ski resorts in New England.
Sugarloaf, USA is less than 35 miles from our door, and provides year-round fun.
Hiking, mountain climbing, snow boarding and skiing.
So make a day of it, or stay for a while. There's much to see and do here.
And be sure to stop in when you're in the area!
Your Friends at The Fabric Garden