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Fabric Donations

If you have fabric or other quilting supplies you would like to donate, below are a list of organizations in the Vancouver, WA that will take donations.  Please contact them to find out if they would like your donations.

Project Linus
We will come and pick up all cotton fabric. Every piece will be used to make blankets for kids. In 2023 we delivered 6,677 blankets locally. We use cotton, flannel and pilot fleece. Thank you for considering us. Contact:

Second Hand Thrift Store

Part of Open House Ministry and will take your fabric donations. The nonprofit supports our homeless community from the sales of merchandise. Thank you for your generous gifts where ever they land.

Contact: Second Hand Solutions, 915 W 13th St, Vancouver.

Joy Frahm
The ladies at her church in the Battle Ground / Brush Prairie area.  They use flannel to make blankets for newborns, NICU and Babies in Need.  Babies in Need is a local non profit that provides layette for newborns whose parents need a bit of help.  Contact:  Joy Frahm

Amy Kinzie
I sew with a group of ladies that donate quilts to several local hospitals, hospice, quilts for kids, and Options 360. We raised almost $10,000 at our bazaar selling products we made, and the proceeds all went to Options. We would love to have any donations of fabric for these endeavors. Thank you for considering us.  Contact: Karin Office Mgr at Brush Prairie Baptist Church 360-893-3011

Brook Lisa Martin Seaver
There’s a group in Cowlitz County that does a big sale to benefit veterans. Karen Frevert Knorr

Phyllis Thornton
The Cape Horn Quilters in Washougal make quilts to donate locally and they make their quilts from donated fabrics. Mostly scrap quilts so the smaller pieces work great. We can pick up what ever you would be willing to gift us.

Lola Nordstrom
Sew and Sews out of Longview. All money from sales go to veterans.  Contact Kathy Geyer or Norma Harvey

Lynne Niemi

I sew with the Firstenberg Rec Center quilt group, we accept fabric donations. All fabric is used to make items for NCO (Northwest Childrens Outreach). You can drop donations at the front desk or come to one of our meetings, the first and third Monday of the month from 1-3p in the Trapadero room.

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