|Swap Coordinator:||nigatsubebe (contact)|
|Number of people in swap:||3|
|Location:||Regional - USA|
|Type:||Type 3: Package or craft|
|Last day to signup/drop:||February 1, 2023|
|Date items must be sent by:||February 15, 2023|
|Number of swap partners:||1|
Have too much scrap fabric, or would you like to try something that might not be in your usual groove? Feeling "stuck in a rut" because you want to try new things, but you KEEP ending up with the same stuff, somehow?
I have a LOT of scrap fabrics of all kinds: different materials, weaves, and colours. Scraps are often smaller than 6x6 but may be taken from damaged (washed) garments and decor and thus, be larger.
Nothing under 2x3" should be sent unless asked for.
What is in your stash?
Fill a flat-rate Priority Mail envelope (the 'soft envelope' ones that are ~$9 flat-rate) with scrap fabrics. Folded or flat-laid fabrics tend to fit best in those.
Trims and ribbon are also acceptable to include if it is in good condition.
You have ONE partner!
No 1s or 3s on ratings that are unresolved, please. Must have at least 10 type 3 ratings to join, all 5 rated. This is regional for the USA only.
Fabrics are sender's choice unless a partner has an allergy, such as to wool. Be aware that a sender may not know the exact content of all fabrics. Yes, allergies to synthetic fabrics DO exist. This is usually an allergy to the formaldehyde-based flame retardant or sizing chemicals used on fabric.
Please do not send anything perfumed, smelling of smoke, or covered with animal hair. Use a lint roller if necessary. All participants are advised to wash all fabrics upon receiving them in case of allergies to the partner's pets.
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