Tuesday, January 3, 2017

TAMING THE FABRIC STASH

Over the holiday break, I finally managed to get my fabric shelves in order. It's been a longer process than I anticipated but we had so many distractions this past year that I just couldn't get it done. In the process of taming my stash, I decided to part with about five bags of them to donate to a local organization that provides the fabric to women who can't afford to buy their own. When I search for places to donate to I usually look for charities that will put the fabric to good use, making quilts for those in need or to people who can't afford to buy their own fabric.


I also came across a couple bundles of fabric that I wondered if any of you could use. If so, I would sell them at a greatly reduced price. This kit of Kaye England English Pathways fabric came packaged in a charming fabric-covered chest. It originally sold for $150 but I would sell it for $65 plus $10 US shipping. It's stuffed to the brim with fabric to make the stunning medallion quilt pictured (pattern included). SOLD!



Any Jo Morton fans looking for some prints from her Lucinda's Needle line—an oldie but goodie? I would sell this bundle of 10 fat quarters for $15 plus $6 US shipping. Please note: I will have to unfold the fabrics from the bundle to ship it most cost effectively for you. SOLD!


And lastly, this bundle of Randolph fabric collection—another oldie but goodie—has 25 fat quarters in it.  I would sell it for $30 plus $8 US shipping. Please note: I will have to unfold the fabrics from the bundle to ship it most cost effectively for you. SOLD!


If anyone is interested, let me know and I can send you a paypal link for payment. If they don't sell, I'll probably hold on to them since I was a little on the fence about whether to keep them. 

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