Hancock Fabrics.com: Fleece Prints $2.99/yard (Exp 3/4)

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Through Sunday 3/4, Hancock Fabrics.com has a fantabulous sale for you crafty people out there: Glacier Fleece Prints for $2.99 a yard. This is an excellent price: We saw the same prints for $3.99 a yard in December, and we thought that was a good deal since they regularly sell for $9.99/yard! $2.99/yard is 70% off for most of these fabrics. I have no idea if this sale is also available in-store. Anyone know?

Shipping starts at $4.95; see full details on shipping prices.

I did a quick search on Craftsy and found 160 different patterns that use fleece, everything from hats to dolls to bags. Now, if only I could conjure up a crafty bone in my body. My mom has them, God love her, but it seems to have skipped me. Please browse all the patterns, then come back here and leave a comment with what you plan to do with all this cute fleece.

has lots of gingham-type patterns, like this Turquoise and White Checkered Fleece Fabric, for $2.99 a yard.

There are many patterns that would make for great baby items, like this Baby Accessories on Green Fleece for $2.99 a yard.

Some of the fabrics would make great decor accents, like this Camping Scenic Patches Fleece, $2.99/yard.

Your turn: Inspire me with some of your fleece craft ideas. Feel free to link to your favorite patterns and ideas in the comment section.

About Carrie Rocha

I am passionate about helping people live within their means so they can get out and stay out of debt. I live in Minneapolis, MN with my husband and two little girls.


  1. Some more fleece for our guinea pig cage!!

  2. A no-sew fleece tied blanket is a fun activity for kids. You can make any size you want and of course, choose the fabric. There are lots of instructions online. Here's one link:

  3. They have a 15% off code you can use also it's "EFTBU" more savings!

  4. Thank you! This really is a good sale. Now off to scour the internet and see if I can find free shipping or get them to price match in store. I'll be back to post it if I find it.

  5. Alexa Quinn says:

    Thanks for the tips! Looks like they are still having sales which is good. I need stock up for next winter now since mother nature is having a meltdown right now. I can't believe how easy and creative you can be with fleece. I just started using fleece material at the beginning of the winter for something new to do and was surprised with how well my pieces came out. I made a a few blankets and 2 dog sweaters for my pugs using this fleece fabric. They had this really cool Hello Kitty design that I had to have. Also here is a really simple no sew video for using fleece too which can be helpful for beginners.

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