The continuing COVID-19 lockdowns have seen many of us re-acquaint ourselves with forgotten hobbies - with sewing, crochet, knitting, painting, sculpture, scrapbooking, calligraphy and many more all making a welcome comeback!
But if you have recently changed direction in your artistic endeavours and are wondering what to do with your unused, leftover art and craft supplies - well, it's time to destash!
The Hills Fabric and Craft De-Stash is coming to Garry Holland Centre on October 3 and it is THE place to sell all your excess fabric, beading, patterns, machines, wool, quilting goodies, scrapbooking supplies, books and craft surplus!
You can book your spot now and your unloved craft and art supplies will bring joy to local creatives, artisans and craftspeople - instead of gathering dust at home!
So what are you waiting for! Get to work on that spare room and forgotten cupboards and drawers and start 'de-stashing'! For buyers, entry is FREE and sellers can book a table for $50 at www.trybooking.com/BQEDL
So what are you waiting for! Get to work on that spare room and forgotten cupboards and drawers and start 'de-stashing'!
For buyers, entry is FREE and sellers can book a table for $50 at www.trybooking.com/BQEDL
With so many stalls to look over and find that missing length of fabric to finish a project, new and old patterns, vintage beads and new findings, and so many supplies of craft to make your heart sing, you will wish you had more time to spend! And let us not forget that there will be scissor/knife sharpening on-site as well!
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