InWeave Launches New Online Fabric Store

May 30, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - InWeave, a company located in Hawarden, Iowa, has announced the launch of a new website for their online fabric store. Their website offers factory outlet or wholesale prices for good and high-quality fabrics. Their target audience is usually made up of home quilters, theater groups, event planners or wedding planners, interior designers, upholsterers, and home sewers. That's because they sell fabrics such as denim, voile, tablecloth poplin, minky, cotton, and flannel.

InWeave was founded by Julie and Don Ulmer in 1990. They started with just a single downtown building in a small town located in the Midwest. As demand increased, the quickly moved to a larger building. Eventually, they came to operate five large buildings full of hand-woven rugs and fabrics.

During the startup phase, the founders of In Weave were merely weaving rugs. Later on, they started doing different fabrics themselves. Now, they do fabrics in different colors, sizes, and textures. All of their fabrics are machine-washable. They also accept orders with custom sizes and colors at no additional cost.

The co-owner of InWeave, Julie Ulmer, has this to say about the website launch: “We are so happy to announce that we have just launched our new website. Hopefully, this will allow more people to know about the fabrics that are available and that these are available at wholesale prices. We have a wide selection of quality fabrics and we offer relatively low prices, excellent customer service, and free shipping for 50-plus orders. You may also request a free sample.”

She added, “For those of you who are wondering where you can find fabric shops near me, you need not look any further.” Their products include quilting fabric, quantity discount fabric, wholesale fabric, apparel fabric, sale fabric, home décor fabric, extra wide fabric, photography fabric, fabric by the pound, notions, and rug weaving trimmings.

All of the aforementioned products are displayed on their new website. Moreover, important information about their stores is included on their website.

For those eager to get a preview, here's a breakdown of their new website. Their website specifically lists quality goods from their fabric warehouse. But aside from that, it also includes details about their company and various news articles and blog posts that are related to their industry.

The home page of their website shows details about their company such as a business description, location, store hours, and contact information. Everything a customer needs to know about their company is on their website, in short.

Products on the website are also sorted into classifications to make shopping easier for customers. There are various categories for their fabrics like home decor fabric, apparel fabric, and extra wide fabric. Their website also contains products such as quilting fabric, under which category customers will find fabric types like cheater’s quilt fabric, 100 percent cotton fabric, fabric kits, percale fabric, flannel fabric, and poly/cotton fabric.

Wholesale fabric is available in various types from In-Weave, including 118” voile sheer fabric, blender fabric, 90” broadcloth fabric, broadcloth-polyester cotton fabric, broadcloth-100 percent cotton fabric, burlap fabric, camouflage, terry chenille fabric, charmeuse satin fabric, crepe back satin fabric, chiffon fabric, denim fabric, dupioni satin fabric, dress crepe fabric, extra wide 100 percent cotton fabric, gingham fabric, lace fabric, knit fabric, and more.

There are also a number of products under the category of quantity discount fabrics, which should interest those who need fabrics in bulk for business purposes. Examples of these include denim fabric, drapery fabric-solids, drapery fabric-prints, faux leather vinyl, embroidered voile, Lycra, pre-quilted cotton fabric, outdoor fabric, semi-sheer fabric, upholstery fabric, and ultra leather fabric.

In-Weave’s website also contains deals for various fabrics. A visitor can easily browse monthly and weekly deals right from the company’s homepage.

People who want to learn even more about the company only need to visit the About page of the In-Weave website. There, they have posted a map and detailed address for their store. This is convenient for customers who want to visit their physical location.

The third tab on their website is dedicated to blog posts. This is where their visitors can read posts about fabrics and other topics that are related to their industry. There are only a few blog posts on this tab at the moment, but the company states that they will soon add more in the future. Currently, they only have blog posts about drapery and sewing. The last blog post that was posted on their website was about the finishing of a drapery panel.

In-Weave’s website also has a short video that demonstrates to consumers the range of products the company carries. Though brief, the video displays many of the fabrics they currently sell both in-store and online. They also offer a page on the site dedicated to customer service. The website has a form that permits visitors to send messages, questions, feedback, or suggestions. This tab also contains their telephone number.

The last tab on their website allows their potential customers to request samples. The form only requires a valid email address and address on where to ship the samples.

Those who are wondering where they can find the InWeave fabric warehouse can contact the company by phone. They can also get more details on InWeave's fabric online store via the website as well. It contains different products and details about their company.


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