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Thread: Vacuum packing for shipping

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    Super Member MaryKatherine's Avatar
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    Vacuum packing for shipping

    A number asked me whether the quilts that I vaccuum packed for my sister to take to BC. had wrinkled.
    According to her they were perfect. Whether their being flannel was part of the success I don't know. She sent me a couple of pictures to shpw me what they looked like in her B&B.
    Now she's asked me to make Fireplace Screen covers.
    Enjoy.
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    I've done this with the huge quilted stuffed hounds I use for my raffles when I mail them to the winners and even though they are really scrunched up they come out fine once their released from the plastic.
    A dog is not "almost human" and I know of no greater insult to the canine race than to describe it as such.

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    I haven't had a problem - vaccuum pack just before mailing and open the bag as soon as it's received.

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