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Student Art Using Reclaimed Fabric!

Local Artist Aimee Lin has been working with students from the Lingelbach Elementary after school program to make quilts and a woven fabric mural; all made from reclaimed fabric found at the re! The quilt says, “You change the world by being yourself”, a Yoko Ono quote! “I wanted to say thank you to The Resource Exchange for providing the materials! I just recently went back to you guys to get more fabric for this Spring’s quilt making project for Henry C Lea Elementary and am excited to see what they make.”  In 2019, we kept over 4,000lbs of fabric … Continue reading

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Emily Hirshorn’s Scrap Blankets

re customer Emily makes baby quilts out of scrap fabrics.  Check out the new blanket she just made from our reclaimed remnants!  This blanket is yet another example of how fabric cutoffs and pieces can still be reused…and made into unique gifts!  Many of the fabric pieces that Emily used to create this blanket were found in our bargain bundles.  We bundle any fabric donated to us that is less than two yards and price from $0.50-$5.00!  So our bargain bundle bins are a great place to find remnants for a steal! It looks so cozy, we just had to … Continue reading

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