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FF: Easy Selvage Swap (USA)

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FF:  Easy Selvage Swap (USA)
Group:Fabric Fanatics
Swap Coordinator:Heirloom (contact)
Swap categories: Fabric 
Number of people in swap:6
Location:Regional - USA
Type:Type 3: Package or craft
Last day to signup/drop:February 15, 2014
Date items must be sent by:February 26, 2014
Number of swap partners:1
Description:

If anyone wants to host a similar swap in the FF group, please feel free to borrow!

So who loves to sew and craft with fabric selvages? Time to increase your variety! For this swap, you'll send a partner 30 inches of clean cotton selvages. Pretty…simple!

  • Manufacturer markings (words, color codes, etc.) required. No plain selvages.

  • Selvages to be 1-2 inches wide/deep and at least 5 inches long. Send 30+ inches total (can be three 10-inch pieces, six 5-inch strips, or different sizes -- your call). Selvages shorter than 5 inches in length can be sent as extras only.

  • Mix ‘em up -- use 3+ different cotton fabrics! Sender’s choice. Have fun!

FYI ☆ I review all profiles. Not expecting issues, but I’m happy to angel if you’re flaked on. Simply let me know after you attempt resolution with your partner but ultimately rate them a 1. Problem Swapper FAQs

Feel free to contact me about this swap anytime. Photo source

SWAP MANNERS

~ Communicate. If you anticipate missing the swap deadline, notify your partner in advance. Also, be sure to contact them before rating poorly.

~ Include a note that identifies the swap name and your Swap-bot ID.

~ Reinforce your mail as needed to help protect swap items.

~ Rate promptly and fairly. (Rating Criteria)

Discussion

LittleRed 02/ 1/2014 #

Having never made any selvedge projects myself....I'm wondering how many inches of good fabric (total width) is required for it to be usable??

Heirloom 02/ 1/2014 #

The selvage/selvedge should be 1-2 inches wide. I'll add that to the requirements above (thanks). As far as length, it depends on the project. Pin cushions don't take a lot, for example, but quilt blocks certainly can. The link above shows some projects.

LindaRuthie 02/ 3/2014 #

Thanks for this swap. I have a good collection to pull from as I started saving them quite a while ago. I used selvedges to make a potholder for a 'polka dot' swap and my swap partner loved it.

Heirloom 02/ 3/2014 #

I can see how that would be great for polka dots! Glad you joined the swap, Linda!

Heirloom 02/24/2014 #

Great group...EVERYONE sent before the deadline! ❤

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