Thanks for the info on the leader/ enders. I looked it up and I organized my scraps into strip sizes. I am also working on a scrap quilt that has fabrics I have used in other projects, plus what represents me, such as lady bugs, " love bugs' or the 60's volkswagon with flowers, LOL, red hats, etc. So, I also organized those pieces and started doing strips together.
We always send to the same person. If someone gets their row done before the deadline date, they can send it on to the next person. But, I would ask that person if that will be ok, just so the person does not feel overwhelmed. For instance, if I had my row ready right now and sent it on to the next person, that person may still be trying to decide what to do with the row she has and now would feel that she has 2 tops to deal with.
I am trying to finish up some projects that are due out by Oct. 15, because I will have surgery Oct. 5, to have my gall bladder out. So, I am stressed enough for this moment. I am using this as an example. But, I know that I was always one that would get my tops sent early, but I asked if that person was ready. I like to get things early, then can work on them when I want to. But, I still know that it is not due until a certain date. Also, if something happens and anyone feels that the tops are piling up on you, let me know and we can see if one of us can help you out. We do not want to stress anyone out. We want to have fun. If we are a fast bunch and get things done early, great. If we are a slow bunch, that is ok too. I think we sound like a good group and I think we will help each other if we need to.
What are amigurumi ornaments?
Also, the colors on the computers , if a picture is posted may be different than what the actual row looks like, so I would wait until you receive someone's row and let it talk to you. If you send a note or little notebook, you can state your preferences for the top. However, keep in mind, the person working on your top decides what she thinks might compliment your top. You can email each other or ask on this thread about preferences, etc. I have ordered material, based on pictures on the computer and when I get the top, the material does not go with it. So, I learned the hard way, to wait until I have the top in my hands, before I question what material to use. When the original owner gets her top back, she can still decide how she wants to finish it.