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Thread: Returning Quilts for Kids

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    I finally finished my quilts & was wondering if anybody has found the cheapest way to send them back? Will post pictures soon.

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    I sent a box containing 2 quilts on Saturday. I mailed it thru the post office - 5 day service from the Atlanta area was a little over $8.00. I thought that was a bit much - so next time I will price UPS. I guess I should have gotten a flat rate box for US Postal Service, but I didn't think about it until I was already there with the box I had packed up at home.

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    I haen't mailed mine yet but i think the flat rate box for 2 quilts is about $10.80 so you did good at $8.

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    i mailed mine with the free mailers from the post office. i got 4 in the bigger box and it was $11 and change. they have several sizes and prices. just ask at the counter for them.

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    I mailed 4 quilts back just before Christmas and used UPS. It was cheaper than USPS. The cost was around $13.00 or so and it included delivery confirmation and insurance, which always costs extra at the post office.

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    sometimes ups is cheaper they give you more services for less in my opinion

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    I used a flat rate envelope for mine.

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    I know this makes me sound dumb as a box of rocks but I need the address to send the quilts back. I some how tossed out the page with the address when I cleaned up my studio after my last project and now I cant figure out where to send them.


    Billy

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    Super Member Ditter43's Avatar
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    Return quilt to:
    Quilts for Kids inc.
    11 Effingham Rd.
    Yardley, Pa. 19067


    Ditter

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