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Thread: Row Robin 2012/2013 GROUP #4

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    Row was mailed out to Vanogay with confirmation and insured for over $100. should be receiving. Have fun! cuppy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lv2sew2011 View Post
    Unless it's in my mail box which I did not check today it snowed and I didn't want to go outside and take a chance of slipping and falling it's seems to be melting so I will check the box tomorrow...
    Donna

    Unless you are talking about the gray strips if that's what you are talking about yes I got them...But I have not received your row yet!
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    Yes, it was the grey strips that I sent you I think Girlscouts1 should be forwarding the row on to you. Have fun with it

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    Wow, Cuppy - insured for over $100. Think what the final finished quilt might be worth!! I need to check the PO and see what minimum insurance is for stuff like we're mailing. Not here as of today, but mail still hasn't run. I'll post when it does.
    Kathleen

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    It cost $2 and some change. to insure for $100.00 for $50 it was a dollar and some change so I went with $100 I want to make sure it is received. and not lost cuppy. Is everyone else gonna insure?

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    It would be a good idea. At least it could replace the fabric if lost.

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    Well, I got it, so no problems there. The post man did say that with the insured tracking, the delivery confirmation tracking was really unnecessary. Don't know that the DC is that expensive to really worry about it, but he mentioned it to me as he delivered it. Different post offices, different ideas about tracking, I guess. Will get working on this one real soon - looks like it should be fun.
    Kathleen

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    Would of been nice if the PO would of said something right! Now I know not to do both!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanogay View Post
    Well, I got it, so no problems there. The post man did say that with the insured tracking, the delivery confirmation tracking was really unnecessary. Don't know that the DC is that expensive to really worry about it, but he mentioned it to me as he delivered it. Different post offices, different ideas about tracking, I guess. Will get working on this one real soon - looks like it should be fun.
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    I only insured for $50.00 since it was just two rows. But as it gets bigger I will insure for more...
    Donna

    Quote Originally Posted by cuppy View Post
    It cost $2 and some change. to insure for $100.00 for $50 it was a dollar and some change so I went with $100 I want to make sure it is received. and not lost cuppy. Is everyone else gonna insure?
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    I plan to insure, but agree with Luv2 that the smaller amount for two rows seems enough. As the quilt grows, I'll go up to the $100 - replacement of the fabrics, if nothing else. And of course, if insured, I'll check on need of delivery confirmation
    Kathleen

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    Having fun yet? No photos of the rows. I want eye candy please....
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