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Thread: April FQ (Fat Quarter) Swap

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    Super Member brenda21's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by SheriR View Post
    I wondered what will be the best/cheapest way to mail my fqs to my trade partners?
    it's pretty much the same to mail anywhere in the US using a manilla envelope...just under $3.00.
    Brenda

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    Great, I'm ready then.
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    Perfect!!! Got mine in the envelope. All snug and wrapped up.

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    That's the way I mail mine too as some of you know. They're ready to be addressed and sent when we get the names. Can't wait, beautiful batiks!!

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    oops thanks for the reminder guys ..better get cutting and ironing, and enveloping. small details lol... I can't wait to see the variety. When I go to say equilter its so hard pages of batiks.. they all say pick me pick me...rainbows. right now I am searching for sunshine colors ...I am supposed to be making a mud colored quilt (grin) but decided to rebel. what a shock I know.. and its going to be sunshine batiks. Now that will be a a happy quilt. I can do that
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    I will have mine cut and ready to go this weekend. Can't wait to see what I get back.

    Do they need to be prewashed??? If so I will need to wash them after getting them ready.
    Cindy R in Dallas, TX

    "My day is not complete until I play with fabric in some manner......whether be sewing, cutting or just fondling for a new project."

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    whatever works for you as far as the washing Cindy.
    Brenda

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    I don't wash mine ever. Whenever I add any fabric to a quilt, runner etc. I put in a color catcher always and have never had a problem. Just letting everyone know mine will not be washed.

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    My order arrived today!! Got to cut and then package them up. Ready for my names. I don't prewash either.
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    Mine are packed and ready for their trip to whereever. Batiks were a wonderful idea.
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