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Thread: postage increase question

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    Super Member Nelco's Avatar
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    postage increase question

    With the increase in postage how is that going to effect how you do your swaps? Are you going to pick and choose and not do as many or stay with the number of swaps you are already doing?
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    Senior Member frustratedquilter40's Avatar
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    I have chosen to not start any more swaps or bee's. I currently have 2 that I am doing one I have 12 more individual blocks to make when they each get sent to me and the packages are getting heavier and on average cost what a flat rate padded cost. The other I only have I think 4 more months and they cost $6 on average to mail over seas as the last few of those are over seas gals that we make blocks with from the fabric that send for there month. And I just sent in my 1.5" charm squares for the postage swap one. So I am trying to refrain for signing up for anymore for awhile.
    ​Christine

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    Super Member ptquilts's Avatar
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    International shipping really went up quite a bit.

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    I will swap as always. It will cost a bit more but, so far, my budget can take it and I really enjoy it.

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