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Thread: Row Robin 2012/2013 GROUP #3

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    This sounds like it is going to be a great group. I like the idea of posting pictures as we go, I for one cannot wait a year to see what is going on. LOL I would like to have a mailing "window" if it is up to me. Let me see if I can splain my self and make sense. We have 2 months for each row, TamMoo sends right out, but i am busy and cant get mine out til closer to deadline. The potential is that 2 projects sit at my house for 2cycles. I am perfectly within my mailing schedule, but the pressure is still there. Does that make sense? What i think i would like to see happen is that unless there werespecial circumstances, we not mail more than z2 or even 3 weeks before the deadline. Giving us a 2 or 3! Week window. Just my thoughts. Am sew very open to all opinions! All that really matters is that we all have fun.

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    Forgot to post the dates to mail:

    Mailing dates are:
    1st Row – mail by Dec. 1st
    Row 2 – Feb. 1st
    Row 3 – April 1st
    Row 4 – June. 1st
    Row 5 – Aug. 1st
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    I believe we need the opinion of Tam...Moo. She will be along shortly and then I will compile the opinions into an
    email so we can go from there with everyones agreement.
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    Yippee skippy! This is gonna be fun.

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    Shore Nuff!
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    I will go with the flow...let the fun begin!
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    Hey! Where'd everyone go? Let's chat!!
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    Hi Buslady and others!

    Quote Originally Posted by buslady View Post
    Hey! Where'd everyone go? Let's chat!!
    Sorry to be gone so long but I have had a little virus or something this week. All better now, I just didn't feel like talking. (Sometimes I chatter too much!) I am going to go with the compilation of what I think we want for our group.

    1. Do not mail out a finished row until 1 to 2 weeks early. This creates pressure on the other members who may not be finished on the row they are working on.

    2. Mail a letter with your row, the first one we work on and be detailed. Tell us what you want in your row and be specific as you can be because we can't read each other's minds.

    3. You may show pictures of what you have completed and we must also be tactful if we don't like what we see. Your letter should prevent that from happening so I think this is a mute issue.

    4. Ask lots of questions about the other person's row you are working on. You can't make a good block if you don't know what to make.

    Please let me know if this meets your feelings. If not we can revise this. I don't write in stone, so chime in girls.

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    Charlottemarie,
    That sounds good to me. I think the key is if you're not sure about the row you're working on to ask the owner questions so you can get it right. So far it seems like we have a very good group.
    Rainyday

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    Agreed with everything posted! Right now I'm looking at patterns for kitties. Think I have way more than 5 blocks worth of designs, so now I get to decide which ones I really want!!
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