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UpScale Fabric Sale - PreSale

For a donation of $10, you gain early access to these wonderful finds and we help more children. They've never had one like this! Most fabrics are priced singly, or buy by the bag at $15 each. This spring, they are able to feature super-select organza (plain, sculptured, sequined, embroidered, lacy), large pieces of fabric and some finished table coverings, fun and slinky solids, samples and denim clothing from an upscale retailer. These high-quality donations are your gain! Come support the work they do with Metro-Detroit children by participating in one of their biggest sales of the year.

  • Arts & Scraps

    16135 Harper, Detroit Detroit

    (313) 640-4411; (313) 640-4422 (FAX)

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