Goodwill was “good” to me again.
They are nothing special fabrics. I think the two on the left will be baby quilt backings someday. The others I think I’ll just cut up the throw in my scrap buckets. It was a total of $6.50 for the whole lot. Our Goodwill typically prices at about $1 a yard for fabric. That’s why I shop there….I’m a cheapskate!!
I did have a finish this week. You can see the quilt Kelli and I made for my niece Jody here.
Here’s the stash report….
Used this Week: 5 store bought
Used year to Date: 138.5 yards store bought + 40.5 Moda fabric + 38.5 yards of recycled fabric…
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I love your goodwill fabrics! Your store has good prices. Being a cheapskate is being smart. Lately our stores have had lots of polyester knits! ICK! I’m a cotton girl…keep sharing….I love what you and your family does, the new house, weddings, moving the chickens out, field crops and all the different quilts. I’ve learned a lot from you…
I didn’t even know you could get fabric at the Goodwill! I’ll definitely be checking my local one out to see if we’ve got anything there. Thanks for update!
Good find! If I could stay away from the men’s shirts and vintage sheets, I could start shopping Goodwill again. I could use more neutrals, and I like those prices!
I wish my Goodwill had fabrics. Since they don’t, I resort to finding large men’s shirts or women’s long, full skirts, but even those are scarce. =(
The fabric on the right with the tiny heart flowers is from around the mid 80’s. I made a dress for my daughter from that fabric and she is now 30! Great finds!