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Spring Cleaning Blog Sale!

So, with Spring in full swing (nice alliteration there, huh?) and the end of the school year exactly one week away, I’ve been cleaning up my sewing area in preparation to move back home. As usual, I have way too much stuff for a 20-something, some of which I really don’t use or need, so I’ve decided to have a little Spring Cleaning sale!

So, here’s how this works: Leave a comment about what item(s) you want. Once you’ve done that, I’ll e-mail you with your total and a shipping estimate (you do have to leave an e-mail address to comment on any posts, but don’t worry, these are never shared!). Unfortunately, at this time, I’m only able to take cash or checks. Sorry for any inconvenience that may cause!

Alright, onto the goodies!

Reenacting clothes:

Quilted hoods: $45 each, or $80 for both

Purple Wool Quilted Hood – 100% hand-sewn hood made out of purple wool, lined with green polished cotton and quilted with cotton batting (click here for a view of the inside).

Grey wool quilted hood with red silk turn back – 100% hand-sewn hood made out of grey wool, lined with green polished cotton, quilted in a square design with cotton batting, and red silk taffeta on turnback, ties, and curtain binding. Click here to view a shot of the exterior.

Whitewaist – Young ladies sheer bodice made of white cotton lawn with a half-high lining made out of pima cotton. Bodice closes in the front with hooks and eyes and is accented around the neckline and cuffs with white cotton lace with a woven-in black ribbon. Very fashionable when combined with a wool or silk skirt. 29″ waist and fits a 34″ bust. $52

Fabric – Wool:

Grey Wool– this wool has an unusual but lovely square design woven into it. 1.5 yards and 62″ wide. $7 for the piece (I also have a remnant of a little under a yard available, too, if you are interested) SOLD

Grey and blue plaid wool: this wool would make a variety of lovely things, from a neat circle skirt to plaid gentleman’s pants, to a basic shawl for mid-19th century reenacting. Piece measures ~ 2 yards X 60″ wide and is $7 for the piece. SOLD

Black wool jersey – I have up to 5 yards available of this fabric, which is around 54″ wide. It is 100% wool,  and has a slight stretch. It would be great for a modern dress. $5 per yard SOLD

Fabric – Cotton and Cotton Blends:

Blue and white floral lawn; 100% cotton, 54″ wide. Piece is 2.5 yards, $10 SOLD

Blue, green, and yellow tie-dye fabric with a woven-in diamond motif. 46″ wide and a little over 3 yards, $5

Cotton/poly white glitter fabric with embroidered motifs. 58″ wide, 1 3/4 yards, $7

Yellow home dec remnant. Not sure of the fiber content, but it’s probably a poly cotton blend. Piece is 29″ x 64″, $5.

Green and cream poly trim, 3/4″ wide. A little over 3 1/2 yards, $3

Patterns, $5 each, or $8 for both:

Simplicity 9764, Martha McCain “Fashion Historian” Hoop and Over-the-Hoop Petticoat pattern, Size 6, 8, 10, 12

Simplicity 7215, Martha McCain “Fashion Historian” Chemise and corset, Size 6, 8, 10, 12

Modern Clothes I’ve sewn:

Hello Kitty Pink Fleece Hats, fits a 22″ head, although there is some stretch. $8 each or $15 for both

Hello Kitty Fleece scarf, 8″ x 63.5″, $6

Vintage clothing:

Red plaid skirt – Vintage Pendleton skirt made out of plaid wool. Closes in the back with a zipper and button (seen here); Waist: 32″, Length: 27.5″. $16

9 thoughts on “Spring Cleaning Blog Sale!

  1. I’m interested in the gray wool, the remnant and the grey plaid wool. This would ship to Sacramento if that helps figuring postage.

  2. I’m intetested in all 5 yds of your black wool.
    We can exchange funds/fabric at Ft Nisqually. I’ll be there next at the Cooking event.

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