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Bring a bag to donate; take as much as you can carry!
Swap-O-Rama-Rama is a clothing and craft supply swap in which the community explores creativity with recycled items. A series of DIY stations will be on-hand to help you unleash your creativity including screen printing by Blim and sewing stations by Plush On Main. Take as little or as much as you like! All remainders will be donated to local charities.
Clothing: Clean, gently-used clothes and accessories: jackets, pants,
Saturday, June 26, 2010
Museum of Vancouver
1100 Chestnut St
$6 at the door or $5 in advance via Paypal, plus one bag of clean clothes and/or a bag of craft supplies to swap (leave with all the clothes and supplies that you can carry!).
shirts, skirts, shoes, gloves, belts, accessories, jewellery, sunglasses, bags, wallets and hats. Children and men’s clothing are welcome.
Craft supplies: Fabric, notions, trim, yarn, leftover pieces from the project that you never made.
Books, make-up, home decor, furniture, lingerie/underwear, dirty clothing or anything that you cannot wear or craft with. For more information, email swap [at] gotcraft [dot] com.
Started in New York by artist Wendy Tremayne in 2005, Swap-O-Rama-Rama (SORR) was designed as an alternative to consumerism. Wendy saw the power of small-scale clothing swaps among friends and decided to extend it to the community level. Taking place all across the world, textile artist Heather Cameron and the Work Less Party collaborated in 2006-08 to bring the event to Vancouver. In 2009, the event was passed over to Got Craft and a craft supply swap was added to the mix.