Wednesday, August 29, 2007

ATTENTION FABRIC LOVERS......

Finn sez: "The beat goes on.....time for 'Let's Make a Deal' or 'The Price Is Right' *VBS* Onward and onward and onward I go...into the Valley of the 600..oppps, better make that 'the Valley of Organized'! Fabric samples that are supplied to quilt shops....TO GIVE AWAY TO A GOOD HOME( USA ONLY)! But.....you will have to pay postage this time *G*
My Trader Joe's tin was stuffed full of plaid samples. Each little stapled together pack has from 6, 10 up to 20+ pieces. A few are 1.5" by 3". Most are 2" squares. The amount is about a gallon bag, and I will add from my plaids collection to make sure your box is full! Most of these are Roberta Horton plaids.
A close up of what the little fabric packs look like. If you love plaids and little pieces for little quilts..you'll love these. A $5- priority box will do the mailing trick.
The other offer is this large popcorn tin of samples. They were really packed in there! Between 2 and 3 gallons plus. Again, each little packet has multiple pieces stacked and stapled. Biggest size I saw looked to be 3" or maybe 3.5" squares. Many are 2.5" and some are 2" squares as well as some rectangles. A $10 priority box should hold them, or I can split them and send half to 2 people($5 priority box). I will make sure the box is FULL! This is a definitely a FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED DEAL! Tell me you want some, what you want and then GET AN EMAIL TO ME with your addy, and asking for mine.
Altho I love playing with these top quality samples, my cup runneth over...literally!

5 comments:

The Calico Cat said...

How fun... I'll take the non-plaids.

dot said...

Finn- I'll take the plaids, I sent an e-mail your way. hugs.

Gypsy Quilter said...

I'd love to have the popcorn tin full and will gladly pay postage.

cher said...

that didn't take long!

Colleen Whalen Eskridge said...

Love your book...of quilts given away...never thought to do that. I live in South AFrica, and am on a time table to use up all of my stash before I return to the States for good.Thanks for sharing the lovely photos. I appreciate all your work...and you certainly can be proud of what you are getting done.