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Thread: Funky Farm Blocks - Signups will be opened until Jan 19 2013

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    I'm in on a new change date. I'll commit to two sets to start with. (I just had so much going on that I needed to finish first.) I really want in on this swap. Thanks for compromising on the "Must be to me by " date.
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    Welcome Judith1005! Hope you have and share your blocks when finished.
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    Sorry I have not gotten back with you til now. I lost my job the first part of November and was swamped with looking for a new job, Thanksgiving and other commitments.

    I would like to sign up for 2 sets. The extra two weeks was a deciding factor
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    Awesome and welcome. Glad the two weeks helped. Sorry to hear you lost your job though. I do hope you found another one and things are settling down there. I put you down for the 2 sets.
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    I start my new job on Tuesday!! Yay, I can breathe now.

    Pick out one of the block patterns today while at the VA Eye Clinic with my dad. Gonna look through some patterns/books this evening for the second.

    I have several things going on this month. BOM, dolls clothes for my neice, no sew blanket for DS girlfriend and a mystery lap quilt.
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    Awesome cant wait to see what you come up with. I happy you found a job too !

    I know what you mean I have been extremely busy myself. I also have a few block ideas just haven't had time to work on them. I made 7 tie blankets and have a few more to go. Then going to sew a few. I just made two scarf's tonight with the red heart swerve yarn. It's really cool.
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    if i am correct postage will be going up Jan. 27th , 2013
    here is the rate changes:

    New domestic retail pricing for Priority Mail Flat Rate products include:
    Small box $5.80
    Medium box $12.35
    Large box $16.85
    Large APO/FPO box $14.85
    Regular envelope $5.60
    Legal envelope $5.75
    Padded envelope $5.95

    so this means for me to mail back your lovely blocks the price changes affect us.

    Please put $5.95 in money or stamps in your envelopes along with your address label.
    not sure about delivery confirmation but will call post office and ask and post it in the next few days.
    Last edited by owlvamp; 12-09-2012 at 06:39 PM.
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    If you will do the postage on-line, you'll save between 30 - 50 cents plus delivery confirmation is free. I rarely buy postage at the Post Office any more -- doing it on-line is both easier and cheaper. If you do go to the Post Office, consider sending them by First Class Parcel -- you'll save about $1.50.

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    Ok didn't know all that. I never did postage on line always went to the post office. It's just a few blocks away but will look into . Thank you for the info.
    Sandra
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    OK. I got all my manuals out for my embroidery machine. Set up the computer, the disc thingy and the module that goes with it. But I spent all day trying to figure it out. Tried to get the tutorial to work and that wasn't going. Tried to look at the installation...that loaded but then I got some other kind of error. I am sure that it is not this hard to do. Now I can't find that hoop that goes with it. I can see it in my mind's eye but can't place where I saw it. So I have quit for the day. Tomorrow I will start again and see what happens.
    Dreaming of New England while being stuck in So. Calif.(the asphalt jungle of the world.) But hey the Happiest Place on Earth is here.

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