Hours for Pike Place Location: Everyday 11am - 5pm | By Appointment @ SODO Location 206.330.4196

Our Fabric Stash @ Seattle's Historic Pike Place Market - Level 3-Down Under


An innovative, eco-friendly fabric consignment shop, designed for TODAY’s STASH-aHOLic.
Stir your creative juices, organize, share, and grow your fabric stash.
Experience the “art of consigning fabrics, notions, and textile-related supplies “turning your accumulated stash into cash”.


Life Is About Simple Pleasures

Treat yourself & gift one to your favorite Stash-aHOLic!

Buy Your T-shirt Today!
BLM, PRIDE, Holiday and more…

Pike Place Jelly Rolls


The Historic Pike Place Jelly Roll is a curated collection of fabrics that are all 3 inches wide with varying lengths of 30-45 inches based on available stock.
Purchase yours today!


August is National Black Business Month

National Black Business Month


Join in the celebration of National Black Business Month by supporting and sharing with your family, friends and community networks. Our Fabric Stash is grateful and honored to serve as the Your Voices Black Business Month feature. We’re committed to SUSTAINABILITY (promoting recycle, repurpose, reuse and replenish), EDUCATION (passing skills from one generation to the next) and GIVING BACK to our community through our sewing and crafting for purpose social initiatives (community awareness and engagement).

Thank you KIRO 7 and T Mobile for the amazing opportunity and our customers for bringing us through 2020!

"A Boon For the Buyer and the Seller!"

Our Fabric Stash Redistributes With Conscience


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