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Thread: I listed my scraps on Craigslist

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    Super Member Bonbonary's Avatar
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    I would love to find some free fabric, but never have that kind of luck. I see a lot of the quilters here who find great deals at Goodwill so I've checked that several times and no luck there either. I'm amazed that you had so much trouble.

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    Got a big chuckle while reading my email a few moments ago. Seems this thread galvinized someone to post to the NorthSac_CA Freecycle about being a willing recipient for unwanted fabric. It made me smile to know this really is a small world! Hi Bobby - if you're still following this thread.

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    Glad to hear it.

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    Crowley7, you can send it my way. PM me about the materai.

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    I live in Ma. I would gladly send some fabric to whomever needs it.

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    crowley7, I PMd you. hope you figured out how to answer?

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    I love scraps. You rarely see that type thing on CL around here. Don't worry about finding someone to take them. I'll take the next round and pay the postage. I know several ladies who make donation quilts. One is working on 18 for a children's home and I know she would love to have some of them.

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    I have listed many things on Craig's list and have always been able to get rid of the stuff from plants to paint. Sometimes you get a no show but for the most part, they come. I usually set it at my front door and let them know where it will be so that I don't have to let them in or worry about having my husband home when they pick up.

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    Because of where I live people would never find me. People that live in the same city get lost. Thank you for your help. I have had several people respond and I am now in the process of sorting my fabric for the different quilters

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