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$1.00   1 week ago
FABRIC Scraps cheap - $1 (3777 S Hwy 92 Sierra Vista, Az)

We sell FABRIC Scraps cheap.We also stock 900 rolls of all different types of fabrics from European & Domestic(Local) fabric mills.We stock all the major brands.We sell leather scraps.Buy Local First!New and Custom Home Furnishings at Prices you'll Love At:City Creek Furniture3777 S Hwy 92Sierra Vista, AZ 85650OPEN Monday thru Saturday, 10 am til 6 pm for YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE!DELIVERY AND SET

$40.00   2 weeks ago
New and Used Leather Pieces Scraps - $40 (Dubuque iowa)

Over 20 pounds of new & used leatger scraps..$40 for all.

$40.00   1 month ago
Fabric Scraps - $40

Three drawers of scraps and some yardage from pet & smoke free home. $40 OBO

$25.00   1 month ago
Bag of Tartan Wool Scraps - $25 (Stratmoor Hills)

Bag full of tartan wool scraps of over 30x different tartan plaids! Perfect for any creative arts and crafts project.

$50.00   1 month ago
Material pieces/scraps - $50

Material pieces and scraps - $50 for ALL

$20.00   1 month ago
Cricut Artists - Vinyl Scraps! - $20 (wilmington)

While supplies last... Large grab bags of vinyl scraps! Each bag contains a variety of colors, as well as some reflective and gold. Come to Southern Sign Company, 5649 Carolina Beach Rd. in Monkey Junction... behind the Handy Hugo/Mobile station. We are open Mon - Thu from 9 to 5 pm, and 8 to 4 on Fridays.

Contact Us   1 month ago
BAG of FELT SCRAPS (Marks/Herndon)

BAG of FELT SCRAPS...$1.00Call 438-6673 (home)260-4112 (cell)

$25.00   1 month ago
Sewing Scraps DESTASH - $25 (Richfield Springs)

Two bins of sewing scraps available. Perfect for patchwork and quilting, weaving, rag rugs, or any other crafty project. One bin of vintage fabric scraps from the 1960s to1990s and the second from fabrics manufactured in the last four to five years. More scraps may be added before you call or pick up! Buyer takes all. (Bins not included in price).

$15.00   2 months ago
Weaving loom lambswool scraps on hide - $15 (Columbiana Oh)

10 pieces of varying sizes of natural colored lambswool still on hide. There could be a few pieces of brightly dyed wool. These pieces can be cut to use in wallhangings,used for crafts,polishing,sewn together to make pillows,cat toys and used in your weavings.Postage extra.. can be shipped within the USA

$15.00   2 months ago
Lambswool on hide scraps - $15 (Columbiana Oh)

10 various size pieces 6x4 to 4x8 Inches of natural colors of sheep and a few pieces that have been dyed. These can be used in weavings,crafts,sewn together to make pillows or wallhangings,or for polishing.Addition charge for mailing within the continental USA

$5.00   2 months ago
fur scraps for crafts - $5 (Miltona)

I have two grocery bags full of fur scraps left over from making purses and other stuff. I have more scraps than I can use. They are mostly coyote with a little beaver, coon, and red fox. Most of the fur pieces are under an inch wide. I am asking $5 a bag. If interested call or text Olivia at two18-five79-oo62

Contact Us   2 months ago
Hemp/Tencel Fabric Scraps, Free (7.5 miles from Jacksonville OR)

Free Hemp/Tencel fabric scraps in assorted coordinating colors. Box of pretty colors, good size for crafting dolls, quilting, children's clothing. You decide! Scraps are mostly small pieces with a mix of sizes in the assortment. Nice solid colors, great fabric made of grass and wood! Must pick up. Call for directions.

$3.00   2 months ago
QUILTING Fabric Scraps and Yardage - $3 (Delphi)

Trying to find extra room and need to downsize some fabric scraps--so far I have five (5), one gallon, zip-lock bags [images 3 thru 7] literally STUFFED with various size scraps for $3.00 each and one (1) two and a half gallon zip-locked bag [images 1 and 2] which has larger pieces, some at least 1 yard, for $10.00. Lots of kid friendly prints, one bag of John Deere scraps, one bag with partial bl

$14.00   2 months ago
Scraps of Low Loft Batting - $14 (East Lincoln)

I have bags of batting scraps. I make t-shirt blankets so I use the batting for the blankets but I always have scraps left over. I buy twin size sheets of low loft batting (72x90) then usually cut out 63x63 squares so it leaves some long strips of batting anywhere between 10"-25". I have 6 bags full of these scraps. I'm asking $12 for it all.

$170.00   2 months ago
34 lb leather scraps from upholstery shop - $170 (Eureka)

Big bag of upholstery leather scraps! 34 pounds, Browns, black, greens, reds, and other natural tone scraps. $5 a pound must buy whole bag. Thank you seamsters!

$50.00   2 months ago
Leather Scraps - $50 (Yukon)

Great quality leather scraps. Various colors. Have three, tall, 13 gallon trash bags stuffed with them. Will sell EACH bag for $50, or I'll sell the scraps individually, $1-$10 each, depending on the size of the leather scrap. These would be excellent for jewelry making or other craft projects. Mostly have the colors shown, dark brown, brown, and reddish browns. Please call or text Angela at Email

Contact Us   3 months ago
free yarn scraps wanted (google map)

i am crocheting blankets for families in need in my neighborhood using scrap yarn i had and what others have given me, i am running short and was hoping someone might be able to help me. it doesn't matter what colors, lengths, or types, any will work as the blankets i am making are made of all different colors.

$20.00   3 months ago
Quilting Scraps - $20 (Prescott Valley)

Quilting scraps and starter quilts. Whole box for $20.00

$6.00   3 months ago
Fabric Scraps Lg Bags Full - $6 (superior)

I have 3 very full Walmart bags of scrap fabric for $6.00 each. . A lot of the pieces are a yard plus. If you sew doll clothes this would be a perfect. Fabrics include: cotton, knit, la'me, net, taffeta, rayon, satin, etc: Pick-up only and only cash accepted.

Contact Us   3 months ago
Fabric scraps, some big, Aggie... (Bryan, TX)

Container of fabric scrapsRaw silk, Aggie, MoreWhole lot $10 Email me offerThanks

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Last Updated on: May 25, 2017