I have a confession to make. I have been a very bad quilter and tossed away fabrics that no one else probably tosses away. Oh, I am so worried the quilting police are going to stop by my house and arrest me for 'Wasting Her Scraps!'
I do NOT save selvedges, I tried to make a few things with them but they always seem to fall apart, so I toss all of those when I cut them.
I toss fabric pieces away and at times I have tossed hunks of fabric that I am sooooooo tired of looking at year after year. I have also donated fabric and given fabric to new quilters, so one quilting gift wipes out the crime of waste. Am I right? Come on someone here, can I get an agreement?
My latest quandry is I am making a quilt for a friend who gave me an entire box of denim and I am finding lots of left over nice sized scraps and pockets and I hate to toss this stuff but honestly, I would have no use for such pieces.
On the same page is the fact I have lots of left over scraps of Warm and White and Warm and Natural batting that I know someone could use for crafting projects, but I don't have the time or patience to find use for this and since it is kind of pricey, I really hate to toss it out.
However, if you feel you may have a need for this and you are willing to pay the postage to the United States only, I would be more than happy to box it up and send it to a home where someone will have a use for it.