Are you looking for a way to use less wrapping paper this holiday season? I love reusing bits of fabric, yarn, twine, newspaper, origami paper, scarves and even paper bags to wrap gifts.
Satin Moon Fabrics on Clement street in San Francisco is a wonderful place to find gorgeous one of a kind fabrics and ribbons to replace gift wrap that will end up in landfill. Purchase their remnant scraps for smaller presents and their fabulous ribbons for topping your gift off.
Create a one of a kind gift wrap experience and save the planet at the same time. Fabric and ribbon is more durable than gift wrap and can be used again. Your gift will have a homemade appearance and will probably be the best looking present around. Inspire yourself and others with this great idea. The best part is you are shopping local with small businesses.
Satin Moon Fabrics was opened in 1972 by two sisters with their love of sewing, designing and creating fashion. They may be retiring soon, so get in there and have a taste of a true San Francisco original before it disappears. Satin Moon doesn’t have a website, so you will just have to drop by. Happy San Francisco hunting!