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Hello! I'm looking to get a small amount of vintage lace. Any suggestions on where to look?

 

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I would try Etsy if you're looking online. Or, Goodwill (or the like). Here in our city we have a Goodwill Outlet where stuff is pilled by weight - it's a great option for finding cheap stuff to repurpose. You may also just look at the fabric store - the trim section sometimes has some really cute, vintage looking lace.  Good luck! 


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Here is a search on Etsy - Lace, Vintage, Supplies. There's lots here in a variety of prices & styles: 

 

http://www.etsy.com/search/vintage/supplies?q=lace&view_type=gallery&ship_to=ZZ&min=0&max=0

 

But look at the fabric store first because lots of the stuff listed there as "vintage" is stuff still available in stores. Not as green as buying new but I imagine it will be quite a bit cheaper. Just depends on what you need and what your priorities are, yk? 


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Thank you! I'm definitely looking for repurposing items that others might be ready to get rid of, so these ideas are very helpful.
 


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