Our Fabric Stash has received outstanding recognition and it’s because of you – our customer! Thank you for bringing us through 2020-2021 and providing continued opportunity to offer great service to you.
I remember the day I received the call from Threads Magazine – it was our 29th Wedding Anniversary. Sipping on my Earl Grey tea and reminiscing about our life together, knee deep making historic pike place jelly rolls, draping fashion designs on mannequins, when folks started to flood the store. Then, the joyous call came, “…..we’ve been trying to reach you via email for two weeks and thought to call today”!
Enjoy the Threads Magazine Feature – Click Here…
Our Fabric Stash takes in stashes on consignment from all across the country. Literally, vintage to current and scraps to yardage. It’s a perfect way to earn cash or credit for your stash. We attract buyers from around the world and they’re ecstatic to know such a service and shopping experience exist. Your Stash + Our Fabric Stash = Good Loving Home
Whether you’re looking to purge or stash, we’re an innovative resource for the STASH-aHOLic community, professionals and amateurs alike – interior designers, sewists, quilters, knitters, crocheters, scrapbookers, beaders, fiber artists, fashion designers, crafters, students and we can’t forget those who LOVE the “Creative Ones” in their life.
It’s important to build relationships across generations and to not lose crafting skills. From beginners to advance sewers, we have a host of classes and workshops for you. Our goal is to say “No, to the Crafting Divide” and make sure each home has at least a sewing kit (better yet, a sewing machine) available and more importantly family members know how to use it.
Offering quality, professional alterations and custom sewing services for garments, bridal, business & home interior design, business prototypes, pattern samples and small business short runs.
It’s important to keep our stashes out of the waste stream and Our Fabric Stash is the idea solution for making that a reality. Recycle, Re-use and Re-purpose are words we all should live by.
It’s a walk down memory lane for some and whole new discoveries for others. Our Fabric Stash is open to the general public for shopping and touring. From treadle sewing machines of the late 1800’s to pressing mangles of the 1940’s – there is much to see and do if you’re up for it.