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Thread: Row Robin 2012/2013 GROUP #7

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    I am very close to being completed. How do we go about sending it?
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    PM the person below your name, in your case will be Whigrose, and get their address. This is the same person you will send to through all the rows. Each person needs to do this. We all want to be ready for the big mail date coming up at the end of the month.
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    Red face best way to ship row robin

    Hi QuilterMomma, I am a ding bat and need some input on what is the best way to ship.
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    No you are not, if you don't ship all the time, then you don't know the ins and outs. I generally ship Flat Rate Priority Mail. Praise God I have not had any issues with it and delivery confirmation is included. Is cheaper if you set up an account online with the USPS.Com and print your labels which can be on paper if needed but would be sure is protected if using ink jet so no damage to ink on paper. You can also get the boxes, bubble bags, and any other supply for free, you just have to order it. This is what I do at the office since I do not get out to the post office at all. Plus is cheaper by nickels and dimes if you use the internet vs going into the post office. Yes, we want our local postal offices open, but we can save some money by getting postage online then deliver to post office or you can schedule a pick up if needed when you get your shipping labels ordered online. It works for me since the post office is three miles all directions from our office and I can't leave during the day most times.
    I think it will be cheapest to do it this way and the bubble envelopes from the post office are real sturdy and water proof, best of all free.
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    Thanks,I got it. Great sounds good!
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    How you doing ladies? Just thought I would check on progress, we have 12 more days to mailing. Nope, I am not ready, but will be on time for sure. Did everyone get the person who they are mailing to and their addresses? Just check to be sure we are communicating with the deadline near. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving everyone in case I can't post on here because of internet access issues. Going to my mom's house so will be gone. Iphone is my only way of keeping in touch.
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    I am ready to ship or better I made myself ready. It seems with the village scene there is always something I would like to add by applique but I am stopping for now. If I want to I can add more applique when the rows come back in. My problems is that my camera is broke. I want to take pictures before I ship it out. My cell phone is broke too. I will see if DH can take some pictures with his phone before I ship the row out. Can't wait to work on my first row that comes in.
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    Oh you little stinker, already done. I will be in a bit. Just have to get focused on it. Still thinking of ideas of what to do. I don't have time before I leave town to take it along with me, maybe pencil and paper would be on the agenda first.
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    I love this....I love the colors and the fabrics and the mix of the machine and flowers! So pretty!

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    I believe you are talking about Whigrose's row robin. I am anxious to see some progress photos here gals. I will post next week as it is progressing. Wish I had an idea so I could take it with me to work on if I was doing applique. Will most definitely be taking the tablet to draw with.
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