Liz is Learning to Crazy Quilt

by Liz White
(Oklahoma City, OK)

I have been collecting fabric, beads, lace, ribbon etc. for some time and now find myself with items I know I won't use in my crazy quilt projects.

I'm interested in trading with others who are in the same situation. Has anyone found a way to trade with others and how did they go about it?

....thanks...Liz


Carol responds...
Liz, have you considered joining any crazy quilt groups online? Yahoo groups has a number of groups where CQ'ers meet and hold fabric swaps etc. One that I recommend is Crazy Quilt International which is to be found here...

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/crazyquiltinginternational/

You could also package up any fabrics and embellishments that you have no need for and offer them for sale on ebay. Likewise you should be able to purchase someone else's stash that is surplus to requirements in a similar manner.

If you are happy for me to pass on your e-mail address, I am quite willing to do so if anyone e-mails me wishing to take you up on the offer of a swap. Just let me know.

If anyone has any other ideas for Liz, please do use the comments feature below to share your thoughts.

Regards,

Carol

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by: Sherry

Hey Liz,

I joined a group called CQ Newbies,they never complain about anyones stuff. They have challenges and RR's Where people work on your block and you get this beautiful quilt block back. A lot save all their blocks and make a big quilt from all the blocks Great group to be in, just tell them Sherry sent ya! Email me for exact address at snoopthesnooper at yahoo dot com Later I hope?

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