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Old 08-26-2013, 03:31 PM   #1
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Fabric Co-Op in europe?

I just found a very old inactive one...shipping from the US is riddiculous so I cant join a group there....know of any here in Europe?

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Old 08-30-2013, 03:59 AM   #2
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Re: Fabric Co-Op in europe?

Not aware of any coops. Well... some but they are local to France. I'm planning on buying diaper type fabrics from Ar Brinic and others either from butinette or stoffe.de. Prices are higher than buying from the US but the shipping and not having to deal with customs is worth it to me.

I might be interested in doing something like a coop in Europe. But the import duties on fabrics are really high and I'm just not sure it would be worth it in the end.

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I started a group for us european diaper makers on facebook, I'll send you a pm about it, if it grows perhaps we can work things out to get cheaper Pul and more options
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Re: Fabric Co-Op in europe?

Oh let me rephrase that..I'll send you a message when I have enough posts to be able to send pm:s

Or you can query for Cloth diaper sewing in europe, thats the fb groups name
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Re: Fabric Co-Op in europe?

Thanks! Unfortunately I tripped on my balcony and broke a bone in my right foot. So it looks like sewing is out for at least a little while for me! Oh well. I'm doing a lot of knitting!

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Thanks! Unfortunately I tripped on my balcony and broke a bone in my right foot. So it looks like sewing is out for at least a little while for me! Oh well. I'm doing a lot of knitting!
Knitting and crocheting is very fun, sorry to hear about your foot!
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