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Thread: Guilt reliever!!

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    I will see what I can come up with over the weekend. :)

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    I"m going to order some of the boxes online, but will also check the post office since I have to run out there tomorrow.
    Was supposed to go today, but my van decided it needed to go BACK to the shop. UGH!

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    I'm in too.


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    Hello, I make quilt kits for my ebay store at www.quiltcutters.com
    I will start saving my scrap and odd and end pieces and send them when the box is full. I just cannot throw away scraps, glad to know they will be of good use.

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    [b]THANK YOU :D THANK YOU :D THANK YOUTHANK YOUTHANK YOU

    You guys n gals are sooooooooooo kind hearted, I can't believe the response I am receiving :!: :!:

    You have no idea how much this means to me xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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    I did a check on the USPS web site and 1 lb (which is a pretty good haul in fabric) is a little over $10.00. I think that I can swing that--won't break the bank.



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    I'm going to go through my "fabric library" and see what I can part with, then it's on the way to ya!

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    Are you wanting just cotton or cotton blends? I have some knit jerseys that make fantastic robes/tops/nite gowns. A friends mother passed away over a year ago & I & a friend recievied a LOT of her material! I haven't used this type of material in a long time as both of us are using mostly cotton & or blends. I know dh would be really glad to see some of it go, so he could have part of his garage back. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by vicki reno
    I did a check on the USPS web site and 1 lb (which is a pretty good haul in fabric) is a little over $10.00. I think that I can swing that--won't break the bank.

    What part of USPS did you look at Vicki? I looked and it was $128 for 10 pounds. Not a good deal for smaller packages either. I think it was $38 for under 1/2 a pound. But that was a Global Express Guaranteed rate. I didn't find any other international rate charts there.

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    The USPS has flat rate envelopes and boxes for international shipping. They're free and the boxes are pretty large. To Spain, a box would be $37.00; an envelope $11.00. Less expensive if you do it online.

    Some shops can fit up to eight yards in an envelope and 25 yards in a box.

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