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Thread: Row Robin 2012/2013 GROUP #5

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    Junior Member Pat_sews's Avatar
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    Hi again. I did include where i got this block. It was just a random pick. I picked 3 or 4 blocks and tried this one first and like it, so stayed with it. http://www.quilterscache.com/A/AnniesChoiceBlock.html I have added this to the note i put in the box.


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    Oops I wanted to ask. How is everyone sending the rows. Is there a best way to mail them?
    Pat_sews

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    I was planning on sending mine in a flat rate (soft) envelope from the USPS. My guess is that the medium envelope will be enough even after the 5th (final) row is on.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pat_sews View Post
    Oops I wanted to ask. How is everyone sending the rows. Is there a best way to mail them?
    Pat_sews

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    Package on it's way to Lisa:

    Tracking Code : 9405 9036 9930 0074 6946 07

    Scheduled for pick up this afternoon.

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    The pictures are wonderful!

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    My row has been sent... I feel a weight lifted.. Then I realized I didn't send the label. I was to excited to just get the row in the box and on time. I will get that sent this week. Now the fun can starts..
    Happy sewing
    Pat

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    A flat rate enevelope that will fit even with several rows? I don't think our post office carries those. We only have cardboard flat rate envelopes that barely fit one row. I need to do some investigating!

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    This is the one I was thinking of:

    https://store.usps.com/store/browse/...S_PriorityMail

    Sorry that's so big. I ended up using a regular bubble envelope I had on hand.. but I would think this is big enough. I've gotten entire quilts sent to me in these packages before (twin size). But maybe the person mailing it was just a mail ninja.

    Upon looking a little further, you can ORDER them ON the site... FOR FREE!!! I might just have to do that to cover all the upcoming rows I'll be shipping on the next 4 rounds.
    Last edited by TheMamaHauser; 11-15-2012 at 05:03 PM.

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    I think I'm going to order the envelopes, too. If they won't work when the quilt gets too big, they will work at some point for something. Thanks for the tip!

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    My first row from Mama Hauser has arrived! Yeah!

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