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Thread: Trade Ya? (Fabric, Block & LEGAL Pattern Swapping)

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    Buttery yellows are just plain hard to find. I have 3 that are complete solids and one that reads like a solid. Only 1 is all cotton (the almost-solid). Two I could cut fat quarters from. The others I just have big squares and rectangles left over from other projects. (Ok. One is from a sheet I cut up. It was the only thing I could find in the right color. LOL)
    Are you looking for solids, tone-on-tone, prints? Do you have anything already you need to coordinate with? I have a few country-type florals I think would work well in a shabby chic setting.

    I hope we don't need any rules other than common sense, good manners and fair play. I have things I could part with even if I wasn't getting anything in return. Some I'd only want to trade. Some they'll have to bury with me, I'm so greedy about them. LOL

    When two people decide to talk trade, they should just find each other here, then open private commo using the PM to start then whatever makes them most comfortable.

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    Patrice, that all sounds great and I will try to scan tomorrow something that I already own of the yellow I am talking about...Are you looking for anything in partaicular that I could share or keep my eyes out for? Also, I just this second realized that there is a link here at the top to send a private message, so I will go there now...It takes me a while to catch on, but I usually don't forget things once I learn them.....lol...Janie

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    Patrice, well looks like the Private message thingy doesn't like me, I clicked on it and got Becky from a message she sent me. How do I address it to you...see, I still need to learn more....Actually on the yellows, since they are sooooooooooo hard to find, if its a creamy, buttery yellow, I'll take anything, tone on tone, small prints, solids...and I guess since I pre-wash, it shouldn't matter if it isn't 100% cotton...surprise me...I'll send you my address if I can figure out how to get it to send to you....and amen on the common sense and courtesy. I guess we all get a little nervous because it is the internet, but, of course you can't send me anything without an address...

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    You have to be Logged In to send a PM. Just click on my user name in this response. It'll open up a little window showing a little info. You'll also see a little button for "Private Message". Click, type the message, then click "submit".
    Also, when you're logged in, you'll see "Private Messages" on the second line of menu options under the very top board title. If you click there, you'll be able to access you inbox and sent box. If you have any messages in your inbox, it'll show those first.

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    I've never owned a PO Box, but would that be a bit safer than your actual home mailing address? It would work for smaller items like quilt blocks, but I don't know about larger quantities.
    Just an idea. :)

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    Miranda, there is no problem sharing your address with someone. My concern is that we do not publish our address publicly. This is just a common sense approach to online safety. It would be similar to having your address broadcast on the evening national news. :?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boo
    Miranda, there is no problem sharing your address with someone. My concern is that we do not publish our address publicly. This is just a common sense approach to online safety. It would be similar to having your address broadcast on the evening national news. :?
    Oh, yeah! I totally understand/know that. My brain just works too much into stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ButtercreamCakeArtist
    I've never owned a PO Box, but would that be a bit safer than your actual home mailing address? It would work for smaller items like quilt blocks, but I don't know about larger quantities.
    Just an idea. :)
    Miranda,
    PO boxes are actually very convenient. You can send most anything to one, don't have to worry about theft, and you get to visit your neighbors whenever you go.

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    I've just created a classifieds section, so feel free to post there.

    Here is the link: http://www.quiltingboard.com/forums/show/6.page

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    I have lots of blue batiks if you need let me know!

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