PDF Pattern Printing in Ontario

Bought a PDF sewing pattern from a designer, but don't want to tape all those little pieces from your home printer together? We are your local shop to print A0 or CopyShop pattern files (36" wide) on a large-format printer!

A printed sewing pattern laid over fabric, with scissors and other sewing tools.

The shop is based in Kitchener, Ontario, where we offer curbside pickup with no minimum order. In Kitchener and Waterloo, we use a local delivery service with same or next day delivery for $10. Or a little farther away, we ship in Ontario for a flat rate of $14 folded or $16 rolled. Orders are filled within 2 business days, and sent via Canada Post ExpressPost. Plus, orders over $125 (before tax) ship for free.

Here are a few of our favourite independent fabric shops in Ontario. Whether you bought your fabric there or anywhere else, we can help you find and print a great pattern to sew with it!

Greater Toronto Area

The Workroom: 1267 Queen St W, Toronto

FabricSpark: 1992 Danforth Ave, Toronto

Country Clothesline: 471 Cosburn Ave, Toronto

Fabric Fabric: 530 Keele St. #304-305, Toronto

Ann's Fabric Shop: 570 Upper James St, Hamilton

Needlework: 174 James St N, Hamilton

Christina's Fabrics: 278 Main St N Unit 5a, Uxbridge

Fabric Palace: 279 Kingston Rd E #5, Ajax

Ottawa and Eastern Ontario

Fabrications: 1677 Carling Ave, Unit A, Ottawa

Mimi Fabrics: 260 Terence Matthews Cres Unit 102, Kanata

Sew Inspired: 375 Daniel St S, Arnprior

Darrell Thomas: 7 Mill St Unit #101, Almonte

Stitch by Stitch: 550 Days Rd, Unit 1, Kingston

Quaint Fabrics: 43 Wickens St, Trenton

South-Western Ontario

Make1: 88 Waterloo Ave, Guelph

Elegant Fabrics: 83 Arthur St S, Elmira

Stache Fabrics: 213 King St, London

Stitch Happens: 1969 Wyandotte St E, Windsor

Love Gigi: 302 Bridge St, Port Stanley

Northern Ontario

Cedar Leaf Fabrics: 724 Queen St E, Sault Ste. Marie

Needleworks Studio: 142 Third Ave, Cochrane

Sew Local: 1 Serpentine St, Copper Cliff

Gem Sewing: North Bay, New Liskeard, and Sudbury

Need some pattern inspiration? We are working on a listing of patterns on our blog, here. It's still a work in progress, so if you don't find anything you love there, check out some Ontario designers, like Victory, Pollywoggles, Blue Calla, and Bra-Makers Supply.


As sewists, we love the process of making, but some parts of it are more fun than others. Taping together 30-60 pieces of letter-sized paper before you can even start cutting your fabric? That's not my idea of fun.

Two copies of the same pattern printed, one on many letter-sized pages, one on a single A0 sized page.

Ready to get started?
  1. Purchase a PDF pattern from a designer, and download the A0 or CopyShop version of the file.
  2. Upload your pattern file to our website, here.
  3. Tell us how many pages the pattern has, if you'd like colour printing, if you only want some size layers printed, and any other details.
  4. Check out and choose your pickup or shipping option.

 

QUESTIONS?

How does submitting prints work? Unsure of how to do this? Here's a step-by-step walkthrough.

What's the difference between Letter/Print-at-home and A0? Find out here


Happy sewing!