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Thread: Guilt reliever!!

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    I used the rates for envelopes. It was the same for them as well as a box. It can go "slow boat to China) rate for a little over $10.00. Its first class international and was $10.40. The estimated time of delivery varies but usually is 2-3 weeks. That why I referred to it as "slow boat to China."

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    i'll look in my stash, my DH shops for fabric for me when he thinks i need more colors. Some of his choices sorry to say i have no clue what to make with. So maybe you can make something with them. I'll also check with my postoffice to see how much this will be. I cant wait to see what you get in the mail.

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    Is anyone here mailing from Canada? I dont think we do flat rate boxes here do we?

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    I am totally overawed at your willingness to share and your openhearted gestures, your responses have genuinely moved me. On behalf of all our group I send sincere gratitude, thanks to you all :D

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    Hey Beachlady, just read through your message again, my address is just as I typed it except it should read Apartado de Correos 609 the zip code is the 29740 next to Torre del mar.

    Thanks so much for your contribution, I really appreciate everyones efforts.

    Keep in touch, Izy

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    I'm mailing from Canada, i just came from post office. As long as my pkg isn't over 2 kg it should cost me approximately $20.00. She never mentioned to me about any special box of pkging. The lady at post office gave me these bubble envelopes that she recieves the stamps in. She said these might work great for less weight (great recycling). So tonight i shall go through my stash and by monday morning it will be on its way to Spain.... i'm so excited. I've never done anything like this before, Izy hope you like what i send. Happy sewing everyone :D

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    Unbelievable!! Wowwwwwwww - you are soooooo great, can't thank you enough!!

    Muchas gracias mi amiga de Canada!!

    I will let you know as soon as I receive it!!

    Thanks again,

    Izy x

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    :D Izy you are very welcome.

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    Should have a package ready for you by the end of next week. Will let you know when it is mailed. Will go to PO to get the flat box this weekend.

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    Do you need flannel scraps?

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