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fabric clearance sale: what would you like?

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    Tamara @justsewit

    1 or 2 would be ideal.

    Nicole @motherof5

    What a lovely idea. I hope it will be available to OS O+S fans.

    sidewalkgoddess @sidewalkgoddess

    Ooooh, option one sounds great! I would love that! Yes yes!

    dkbnyc @dkbnyc

    I kind of like option 2. One yard cuts are too small for me to make garments and bundled fabrics leave my with pieces I didn’t really want.

    Little_Anj @Little_Anj

    Ooh, great idea!!

    Option 1 as a 2 yard cutting!!

    Option 3 would be fun, but I am not sure what I would do with more bits of fabric…

    Oh yes I do, If they coordinate I need to do a quilt, they would also be good for Hats, wallets, hair bows & head bands. Highlight (colour blocking) for simpler garments…

    You have patterns for all those things on here anyway (minus head bands, but making yo-yo’s is easy enough).


    aprilshowers @aprilshowers

    Another vote for #2. At the size my girls are now, most of your patterns call for more than a yard (though I know those are generous estimates and sometimes I can still squeeze the pieces out of less). I’d rather buy more of a fabric I know I like and possibly get more than one garment out of the extra than have a surprise which I might not like as much. And with only a yard there is more pressure to make an item NOW before the kids grow any more so that is less useful for stashing.

    cybele727 @cybele727


    Aviatrix51 @Aviatrix51

    1 or 2, please!



    JohannaO @JohannaO

    I like the options of #1 or 2- I think most people on the forums like to make clothing, and for that we need more substantial cuts.

    sayiamyou @maraya

    Ditto Johanna.

    Jennifer1568 @Jennifer1568

    I would need enough fabric to complete a project and my daughter wears a size 8 so I think I would use option 2.

    sfsara @sfsara

    How will you be posting it when you do sell them off? Forum, blog, Facebook?

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