Here are some groups that I thought might interest you (and some really cute photos down below!):
Celebrate Hand Quilting
For the Love of Paper Piecing--for both English and Foundation paper Piecing
Crafters Finished Items--a place to sell your finished goods; fee free!
Fabric de stash Auction--you can auction off your fabric fee free.
Non fabric auction--same as the fabric group but for all other craft stuff. Lots of yarn, thread, beads, etc end up on this site.
There are many others. I know Marcia is in some groups that I am not in; but these are the ones that interest me the most.
A word about the fabric auction. I also sell buy out fabric on that site and am quite excited about it. This is the reason why I've been completely absent. Before I had time to pop in...but now I am so busy with this fabric. I am hoping that by selling fabric we will finally make enough $$ to make ends meet by the end of the month. When I first ordered fabric in, I just sold it for what I bought it for (I did add in shipping, etc.; but mainly I did it to get a free 1/2 yd end of the bolt) But the ladies talked me into adding some $ to it for my benefit so I finally took their advice and started doing that. I'm offering some pretty good deals and we as a family are working on it together as you can see:
All Aboard the Fabric Train!
I hold all the fabric for my buyers until they fill a flat rate box.
When cutting and dispersing a buy, I line them all up in a row so I can quickly cut and place.
Stephen doesn't like it so much when I put the boxes back up onto the shelves when I'm finished til the next time.
Everytime I take photos Stephen runs over and puts his foot on the fabric.
I gave up trying to stop him, and now they are used to seeing tiny feet in the photos.
(This is Riley Blake Flannel I was able to offer for $3.70)
Stephen just loves it when a buy comes to our door.
The fabric is all wrapped in plastic and it becomes stair cases,
castles, tunnels...and in this case...a bed.