[Sewing] Stuff to donate

jim jim at systemateka.com
Sat Dec 24 21:39:33 UTC 2011

    If you'd like help, I can come to where ever 
you've got stuff to donate and pick it up and 
take it, and you, if you wish, to Noisebridge. 

On Sat, 2011-12-24 at 13:05 -0800, rachel lyra hospodar wrote:
> Hi greeta! Don't worry, noisebridge will wait for you! I hope you find
> the time to make it down more often in the future. Meanwhile, all
> donations of interesting &/or functional sewing stuff are super
> appreciated. There are two big rolling bins for fabric and bigger
> notions or fabric-like materials, a rack for garments and garment-like
> objects, and smaller plastic drawers for notions, hand tools, etc. The
> notions area is a little scattered lately but in general if you find
> similar things you can leave your donations with those things and
> people who need what you donated will be able to find it.  if you
> don't have time to stock everything where it properly goes, bagging it
> and putting it into the big rolling bins will ensure little sewing
> gnomes find it later and rifle through what's there.
> R.
> mediumreality.com
> On Dec 22, 2011 2:15 PM, "Greeta Ahart" <greetasue at gmail.com> wrote:
>         Hello Noise Bridge!
>         With all good intentions of spending time at the space, I
>         visited a few times and though I love what you all are doing,
>         have found that I just can't make it down with any
>         regularity. 
>         I do, however, fabric, notions, yarns etc that I would like to
>         donate. I am going to do some cleaning out over the holidays. 
>         Is there a best time/way to do this? Should I just bag it up
>         and drop it off?
>         Thanks, 
>         Greeta Ahart
>         Strive for Balance!
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