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De-stashing on Etsy

mineart | Posted in General Discussion on

I have finally started going through bins and bins and bins of fabric and clothing and costume bits and pieces, and trying to find “good homes”  for these fiber arts supplies that over the years I have spent a whole lot of money on and/or gotten sentimentally attached to.   But I have to part with a good deal of it.  There’s just no room!

Threads and Gatherings is a great community I’ve been coming to for years (although under different names and accounts as technical problems have made necessary at times:  I’ve been Mary and MSM and Msm-s).

Is it against site policy to post info about my Etsy store here? If so,  I will be happy to share it with anyone interested via pm.   I used to do free-lance professional costume and wardrobe jobs, and have sewn for private clients as well.  Most of my first items that I am trying to part with are best desrcibed as commercially made clothing, 20 yrs old or older, best re-purposed for costumes.  I was thinking that Halloween was a good time to start with that sort of thing.  I see this as a good opportunity to sort of do a swap-meet for fabric and scraps for quilters, costumers etc.  


  1. HelgaPataki | | #1

    posting would be great

    I think it would be great.  I'm a fan of networking and trustworthy referrals.

  2. KharminJ | | #2

    To the best of my knowledge, it's *not* against any policy to add your personal Etsy links - I've seen many (as well as links to other forums, blogs, ebay stores and sales-and-information pages) here.

    Now that there's been a response to your post, it should show up with a NEW tag in the left column, under "Recent Discussions", and will hopefully, get more traffic.

    How about posting some more specific descriptions of what you have available <b>on this thread</b>, along with the link to your store? I'd be interested in seeing the 20YO pieces, fersure!

    Double-check that you put your Etsy store in the correct category on *their* site, though. They do seem to have a 'vintage' category, which is one of my favorite browses!

    Bright Blessings, happy de-stashing, and welcome back!


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