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Save The Date: Fabric Swap and Destash Sunday, June 24, 2018

Regional readers (Maryland, DC, VA, Delaware, Philly)! I’m really excited to announce a pattern, fabric and yarn swap and destash in Baltimore city on Sunday, June 24th.


What’s the goal? You can destash your yarn, fabric and patterns you no longer love and pick out new fabric from what others have brought in. You’ll also get to meet other makers in the area who attend. It’s a save the date for now and I’ll have more details next month. But, you will be able to get your tickets starting June 1. Best of all, I will take care of leftover materials.

The location I’ve picked has free and ample parking. It’s also located next to public transportation and easy distance from a highway in north Baltimore City. Please tell your fiberly friends and feel free to share and repost the above graphic on your sewing / yarn guilds, blogs, facebook and instagram. The more that turn out, the better it will be!

Let me know if you have questions or ideas ๐Ÿ˜€

16 thoughts on “Save The Date: Fabric Swap and Destash Sunday, June 24, 2018

  1. What a great idea! I look forward to details. Mimi from Philadelphia

  2. Hey I’m down and let me know if you need me to help too. I’m happy to help, especially with yarny things ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m sharing this on my site tomorrow.

    1. That would be awesome! I don’t have yarn intelligence so your help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you! And, you can stay late for knitting mahine goodness at my place!

  3. Yay! I also have some sewing books (plus fabric and patterns), think I can throw them in the mix, too?

  4. Great idea! However, I may be eating lobster in Cape Cod. Otherwise, I’ll be there and can help you.

  5. What a great idea! As is so frequently the case in life, my only June event so far is that exact same day, out of town. At least I’m consistent.


  6. June 24th canโ€™t get here soon enough! I totally look forward to meeting and hanging out with some crafty ladies from the Mid-Atlantic region.

  7. Saw this on FB, MD American Sewing Guild. As someone who has not experienced this before, please help me understand how this works. I need to purge fabric.

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