The first Saturday of the month is often an occasion to celebrate in our household, as it is half price day at Goodwill retail stores. And because I was looking for cheap fabric for crafting projects, I went to Goodwill Outlet as well, because they always have good deals. Goodwill Outlet is where items that haven’t sold in the retail stores get one “last chance” to be purchased, and everything is priced by the pound.
While I was at Goodwill Outlet, I came across this fabric:
It was a 100% cotton size 12 A-line skirt in perfect condition, which was too small for me, but I love the fabric. The one inch polka dots actually matches the colors of my living room. But now I must decide what to do with it. Should I make it into a shoulder bag? Should I cut the fabric into scraps to make another wreath? Find someone who wears a size 12 who wants a super-cute skirt? What else? Any fabulous crafting ideas?