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Thread: Oops! Downy Quilt for Kids --lost invoice

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    Judy in Waco's Avatar
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    What should I do?

    I am finishing my first Quilt for Kids, and I went to my LQS to get the right amount of batting and to pick a binding fabric. Anyway, I lost the invoice somewhere along the way. :(

    The instructions say that I have to mail that back with the quilt. What do I do? Can I include a letter with my information and approximate dates? Any ideas?

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    I would email them and ask.

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    Judy in Waco's Avatar
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    Sounds like a plan. Thanks

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    Have not done a Downy QFK, but what is the purpose of including the invoice? I'm sure I'd never have one handy, as I'd be doing it from stash anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mom-6
    Have not done a Downy QFK, but what is the purpose of including the invoice? I'm sure I'd never have one handy, as I'd be doing it from stash anyway.
    I think this is the one that sends you the fabric you just provide the batting and the work.

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    Hi,

    go to this link and in the bottom left corner is a phone # and you can call them, I called them last week and they do answer the phone, and they can look you up by your name and address
    , not a problem at all

    http://www.quiltsforkids.org/volunteer/

    Quote Originally Posted by Judy in Waco
    What should I do?

    I am finishing my first Quilt for Kids, and I went to my LQS to get the right amount of batting and to pick a binding fabric. Anyway, I lost the invoice somewhere along the way. :(

    The instructions say that I have to mail that back with the quilt. What do I do? Can I include a letter with my information and approximate dates? Any ideas?

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    Judy in Waco's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by raptureready
    Quote Originally Posted by mom-6
    Have not done a Downy QFK, but what is the purpose of including the invoice? I'm sure I'd never have one handy, as I'd be doing it from stash anyway.
    I think this is the one that sends you the fabric you just provide the batting and the work.
    Yes it is! It was really easy to put together. I wanted to do this for my first one, so I would know what they wanted. I'm sure the invoice is important for them to account for the fabric. I just sent them an email asking what to do. I'm sure there's a way around this, I just want to make sure I handle it correctly.

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    Hmmmm, I never received instructions like that, and I provided my own batting and such. Is this something new?

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    Thanks! I just sent them an email, but I'll do this if I don't get a response in a couple of days. I sent her my mailing addy in the email, so hopefully they can match it up easily.

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    Super Member LucyInTheSky's Avatar
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    I had lost my invoice when I was mailing back mine. I included a letter with all my information (and a box with 4 additional quilts!) and apologized for misplacing it. I assume they were able to check me off their list since I had received a reminder email that my due date was coming up, but no emails saying the quilts were late, so I'm guessing they found me in their system.

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