What items do you accept?

If it's related to textile crafts, we're interested!

We'll accept donations of fabric, books, patterns, yarn, notions and tools related to textile crafts.  

We will pay for:

Fabric pieces over 3 yards (On average, we pay $1-$2 per yard - more for undamaged silk or wool)

Hardcover books

Large quantities of single items like zippers, buttons, Fat Quarters and other notions

Items like large tools or equipment are negotiable

Do you take deadstock?

Yes!!  If you're a fabric shop or clothing brand that needs to liquidate some unused/unsold sewing supplies, let's talk.  Email Liv at info@athriftynotion.com

How can I donate fabric to your shop?

We accept drop-offs of unwanted fabric at our storefront located at 528 Riley Ave in Ogden, KS.  We also pick up larger collections in the Northeast Kansas area. If you would like to schedule a pickup, please contact us at athriftynotion@gmail.com

If you are bringing a large drop-off and want to be paid for it, plan on leaving it with us for a couple of hours so we can thoroughly calculate what it's worth.  We'll give you some great restaurant recommendations to check out while you wait.

What if I'm not in Kansas? 

For larger collections or deadstock, get in touch ( info@athriftynotion.com ) - we are open to shipping via freight carriers or even planning a trip around a fabric pickup! 

We now have staff located in East Tennessee! If you are within a few hours of that area, or are willing to meet part-way, we can arrange pickup in that area as well.

You can also mail boxes of fabric to our shop, and receive a coupon code equal to your shipping cost as a thank you. 

Include a note with your name and the email you want your coupon code sent to, then

Ship to:

A Thrifty Notion
528 Riley Ave
Box 647
Ogden, KS 66517

 * it helps if you call or email to let us know it's heading our way.

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