I hope people don't think this is tacky but here goes . . .
Most (maybe??) of you know about my side business. I have decided to get out of it because I am too busy and I don't want to sew for others. I'm taking a page out of the Selfish Seamstress's book here. I did use it to support my habit but I don't want to do it anymore. Baby slings were trendy when I started the business and I quickly grew to a point where I either had to hire people to sew for me to squish some of advertising and promotions. Well, I squished it because I didn't want my business to get too big. So, I still have my site up and I'm still selling them but I'm planning on closing up shop soon. I still have a lot of fabric that never made it to baby sling stage. Do you guys want it? I buy it wholesale so it's super cheap. Several of you said you liked the blue one I used as a muslin. I'm selling it for $4 a yard. All of my fabric is cotton/lycra twill, sateen, or pique. It either has 3% or 4% lycra. It is all 60" wide. It's top notch fabric because I only use quality fabrics for my business. At this point, though, I just want to get rid of it. I am only willing to ship with Priority Mail because I can do that from the comfort of my basement. For 1-3 yards, the shipping is $5 because I can squeeze that in a Tyvek shipping envelope. For 4-6 yards, the shipping is $10 because I have to use a box. Right now, I'll put these three up for sale. It is not blouse fabric! It's perfect for dresses with body, skirts, pants (with these prints, yikes!), shirt-dresses, etc.
Here's a smaaaaaallllll selection of the fabric I have. You can see the blue I used for the muslin, the red I used for my Amy Winehouse dress, and a green that's the same print but a different colorway.
I can't figure out how to do multiple yards with one click (stupid PayPal or stupid me?). For now, just click on the "Add to Cart" button, another screen will pop up, and you can just type in the quantity of yards. I'll ship within three days and shipping from Alaska is amazingly fast. I've had packages go from here to the East coast in 24 hours.