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selling fabric

RETTA | Posted in Fabric and Trim on

I need to sell most of my fabric. Does anyone know of a wholesaler that buys fabric? I know to sell on ebay! I need to do this sale asap!


  1. Crazy K | | #1

    Where are you located?  There is a wholesaler in the midwest that has a HUGE warehouse full of fabrics...........it might be worth a shot..........a lot would depend on where you are.


    1. RETTA | | #2

      I am located in Cleveland Ohio - I am assuming that this will not help me!

      1. GailAnn | | #3

        I have bought a fair amount of fabric on e-bay and have mostly been very happy with it.  There are several folks who seem to have almost a "fabric store" on-line, they offer so many really nice yardages.

        I do have a few little suggestions that might help you and your buyers. 

        Of course, you know to disclose the fiber content, width, length, and any special care instructions, as well as pets of smoking conditions in your home.    But also..........

        If you know the brand name of the fabric manufacturer or country of origin or even where the fabric was purchased, you might state that in your discription.  I've become just extra picky about that since I began to buy on line.  Gail

        1. RETTA | | #4

          Thanks- I will be using ebay - but I need money asap - this is why I was trying to see if a wholesaler would buy most of it.

          1. rekha | | #5

            Do you have an American equivalent of yellow pages. This way you'll be able to sell fast

          2. Ralphetta | | #7

            How about Craigs List?

          3. RETTA | | #11

            I do not know if I got back to you - but thanks for the idea - I will try it. thanks again!

          4. scrubble4 | | #8

            Retta:  Contact one of the larger ebay-fabric stores and ask them if they buy lots of fabric?  They have to get it somewhere and maybe this is one of the ways they find their fabrics.  They might be willing to buy all of your fabric.  good luck  Scrubble4

          5. RETTA | | #9

            Thanks, I will try your suggestion. 

  2. starzoe | | #6

    There are numerous classified ads on the internet for free - check out one or two in your city and post an ad.

    1. RETTA | | #10

      I do not know if I replied to your email - but if i did not - thank you for the suggestion - I will try it - thanks again

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