Scrap Bundles Abound in the shop

When buying fabric I tend to error on the side of excess.  I would rather have extra fabric than not enough.  But sometimes, these extra bits become too much for me to stitch through.  This is one of those times.

Fabric Scrap Bundle Destash Sale. The Sewing Loft

I have realized that my fabric collection is out of control and I need some assistance.  So, I spent the better part of Wednesday sorting my fabric and noticing a major theme,  scraps! I have a ton of larger size scraps.  For some reason, I tend to keep them all in hopes that I will find a project to make with them.

After sorting out my main basket, I shifted to one of my larger bins out in the closet. This one was huge.  With the help of my trusty assistant aka daughter, we put together a few heavy 1 lb fabric scrap bundles and have listed them in our Etsy Shop.  All Scrap Bundles are listed as mystery packs.  No two are the same.

Fabric Scrap Bundles

 

Scrap Fabric Bundles For Sale

All scrap bundles include designer fabrics like: Alexander Henry, Amy Butler, Michael Miller, Riley Blake and so many more.  Based on weight alone, each bundle is equal to 2.5 to 3 yards of fabric.  The scraps vary in size and can from a fat quarter to a 4″ piece.  There are no itty bitty scraps included in these destash bundles.  The pictures are examples of a few bundles.  Consider these fabric bundle listings like a mysterious surprise via snail mail or as I like to call it happy mail!

Not sure what to do with fabric scraps? Check out a few of my past projects here or follow my ever-growing Scrap Inspiration Pinterest Board.  There are so many amazing projects on that board from all over the web.

So, head on over to the shop and infuse your fabric stash with some new prints and fun fabric.

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Comments

  1. oh Heather what a great assistant you have, my granddaughter helped me go thru the totes of material I have in my storage shed, and we put enough scraps or fabric and a quilt block pattern inside each tote. We were able to put together 6 totes with 12 quilts inside, so now we will be busy the rest of the year. Trin even marked which totes from 1 to 6. She put them in order of which blocks she wants to learn to make and is now designing what the backs will look like. She wants the backs to be just as different as the front….

    • I love having her help out and laugh every time she tells me assistants should get free Starbucks. Having her lend a helping hand made it really easy to go through everything and I might need to make it a habit. I have put together a big bin for future scrap bundles.
      ~Heather

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