Sew Right began 27 years ago when two friends decided to create a place where they could share their love of beautiful fabrics with friends old and new. Our friendly, fun staff continues that tradition today. We share your love of quilting. We love to exchange ideas, enthusiasm, and know how. Our staff ranges in age from 70 to 17 and we reflect the interests and experience of all ages in between. Sewing, fabric, and great customer service are our passion!

We carry a wide selection of quilting cottons from Riley Blake, Moda, Michael Miller, Benartex, Maywood Studios and more.  In addition to the latest quilting tools and notions, we also support our stock of hemstitching and stitchery patterns with  DMC perle cotton and embroidery floss.


Another continuing Sew Right tradition is our schedule of sewing classes for adults and youth ages 8 and up. We are teaching our third generation of sew-ers, helping quilters share their passion with daughters, sons, grand-sons and grand-daughters.

We are conveniently located in the Evergreen Plaza at the mouth of Parley's Canyon, just two blocks from  I-80 East.  Our address is            2037 East 3300 South
Salt Lake City, Utah  84109.  


See Sew Right in the News:

9/13/2012  Millcreek Journal

Sew Right Fabrics

Sew Right Fabrics, located at 2037 East 3300 South, is more than just a fabric shop. Sure, owner Tammi Michaelis sells the best-quality quilting fabric and supplies, but hidden inside this family-owned and operated shop is a community that is passionate about creativity, sewing and customer service. For more than 27 years, Sew Right Fabrics has been a familiar name in the Millcreek area.

 “We appreciate the legacy created by former owners Betty Easton and Dora Bowers.  The last two years, the store has taken on a new energy and vitality, but the heart of things that has kept people coming back for years, is still the same,” Tammi says. “This is a place for women to gather and be nurtured and for children to learn to sew and be successful while being creative.”
Sew Right Fabrics has a variety of classes to appeal to any quilter, from beginners to more advanced. There are youth classes, beginning sewing classes for adults, a mother and daughter sewing course, the Ready to Quilt class designed for intermediate sewers ready to be quilters, as well as traditional quilt block of the month and other programs designed for intermediate to advanced quilters.

Classes include the use of onsite sewing machines, irons, cutting tables, cutting tools and white thread. Youth classes, for children 8 years old and up, are limited to seven students and feature two instructors to give students the attention and instruction they need.
In addition to youth classes, Sew Right Fabrics also has a variety of adult classes. The All You Can Sew Club gives quilters the chance to get help with projects of their choice and spend time with other quilters for as little as $45 a month, or $5 an hour.  The Applause Hour gives quilters a chance to exchange ideas and show off their beautiful work.  Tammi says the process of sewing and quilting is fun, but the real satisfaction comes from having a beautiful, finished project for yourself or a loved one to enjoy.
Sew Right Fabrics is part of the Beehive Shop Hop Association and will be a part of the Beehive Shop Hop Oct. 17-20. Quilters from across the state travel between 18 different shops during that week, collecting special projects and having fun.  It’s a week-long party featuring special projects, sales, food, games and prizes.
Sew Right Fabrics is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tammi says no matter what your age, gender, or skill level, everyone is welcome to create and get help with projects. For more information about what Sew Right Fabrics can offer you, visit www.sewrightfabrics.com.
“Our customers come in for different reasons. Maybe they are putting together a quilt, working on improving their skills or building a cross-generational relationship and memory,” Tammi says. “The Sew Right Motto says it well – ‘Our goal is not to live forever, but to create something that will.’”