12 Places to Donate Fabric You’ll Never Use |
Clear Out the Old so You Can Make Room for New!
Is your sewing room full to overflowing with fabric you’ll never use? Or, have you acquired a stash from an estate and wonder what to do with it? It may be time to sort through and donate some of the excess.
An article on Sew Mama Sew does an excellent job of helping you determine how best to pass on extra fabric. The first step is to do some sorting so you can tell possible recipients what types of fabric you have to offer (cotton, wool, upholstery, etc.) . They’ll also want some idea of the sizes involved (scraps, pre-cuts, yardage).
Photo from Cari Homemaker.
Once you’ve found a place who wants the fabric, work out delivery details. Depending on the recipient you may or may not be able to ship it.
The article ends with a list of 12 groups and organizations who are often interested in receiving fabric. It may trigger other ideas for you, as well.
Image Source: The photo at the top of the page is from Tilly and the Buttons.
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