Since I can no longer buy from local mills I have little fabric left in stock. Here are links to the places that I purchase fabric.
I have bought from all of these people and the quality is good. Not all the brocades are silk check the description if that is what you are looking for. I don't generally use silk because of the cost, but these links that have silk are generally less expensive than LaLame or Almy. I have bought from other sources, but these are my preferred supplies because of quality, price, and speed of shipping.
Vogue Fabric Store: Has the celtic cross fabric that I used to carry.
Renaissance Fabrics: Carry silk damask and brocade
Giagmoujris: Eastern Rite Fabrics
Silk Baron: Silk fabrics
Istok: Eastern rite fabrics, good quality, good prices, some silk
Emmanouil: Excellent quality, medium to heavy fabrics imported from Greece. Ebay store and will send sample swatches if you ask.
Liturgical Vestments by Katia Ogan: Excellent quality, medium to heavy fabrics, imported from Moscow. Ebay store
Sy Fabrics: For velvets, tafetta, satin, linings, etc.
Fabric amounts needed
Gothic Chasuble set:
Roman Chasuble set:
Dalmatic and Tunicle set
Complete Pontifical set: Roman or Gothic Chasuable, Dalmatic, Tunicle, Cope, Humeral Veil
Sets include yardage for stoles, maniples, chalice veil, burse