With the end of the year rapidly approaching, it's time to destash some fabric and a few other items.
Pictured above is some very, very soft baby wale corduroy. There are two half yards available.
These flower shaped buttons are made from Tagua nut, which is also known as vegetable ivory. It's a natural product and a nice alternative to plastic. There is enough plastic in our lives already, and I wish more buttons were made from Tagua nut.
This fun novelty print is called Captain Redbeard and it's from Alexander Henry in 2012. There is one yard available. I was going to make a Grocery Bag from it, but who knows when I'll get around to it and I know someone out there needs this cute pirate fabric!
Is it obvious I'm doing a little organizing around here? It's kind of never ending, but the change to feeling like it is really fall now has inspired me to change things up in my sewing and work space. Which means some deep cleaning and looking for new homes for some things.
So I have a LOT of glassine bags because they come in large lots. They are great for shipping things, storing items, party favors, etc. Maybe you could use a little stash yourself?
There are 3 sizes and I have them listed in lots of 100 (contact me if you would like a different amount):