We took all of the fabric over to grammas and did about 8 loads of laundry worth. All of the fabric is vintage and some of it is super cute. I cant even fathom photographing all of the fabric, so there are just a few examples.
A big huge box of tatting crochet yarn and supplies.
Thread and about 25 unopened packages of rick rack and different trims and ribbons.
Rusty knitting needles and crochet hooks, brand new ones, and useable ones...we found hundreds in total of knitting needles and hooks. We even found 6 or 7 already started knitting projects, mostly sweaters.
Tons and tons of sewing patterns, atleast 100 different patterns and some repeats. All of them seem to be in good condition and have all of the parts of the pattern.
A big pile of perfectly good, unused yarn that I think I will use when I make scarves for the local homeless shelter this year.
There was even a really cute letter written to the woman from her granddaughter, who is about the same age as me, and I am 27 now! So many nifty little treasures in those boxes.
I am almost completely done going through everything, and I would guess that there is about 200 yards of fabric, easily. Along with a box full of little premade vintage kits for kids to put together for the holidays. I wish I would have thought to take a photo of them, but they are already all packed away!