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Thread: Boom 23 - Early Birds 2 month group

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    Super Member Janice McC's Avatar
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    I just left feedback for everyone. Thank you for such a fun swap.
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    It is a horrible feeling when that happens, it was me who accidentally gave you the negative feed back, I even messaged a moderator but nothing could fix it.
    Quote Originally Posted by Libster View Post
    Ladies, please watch the rating carefully when submitting feedback for someone. When I clicked "submit feedback" yesterday for Moonrise, it was showing a positive rating. Lo and behold, when it got to her end, it's showing negative!! I absolutely did not mean to give her such an abysmal rating for the gorgeous blocks she made me. This happened to me once, and it couldn't be changed. I will go back in (won't let me until 10:11 am this morning) and add another rating and explain what happened.
    If anyone else got a negative rating from me, please know that was absolutely not what I clicked for your rating. I love these blocks more than any I've ever received!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kassaundra View Post
    It is a horrible feeling when that happens, it was me who accidentally gave you the negative feed back, I even messaged a moderator but nothing could fix it.

    Kass, I would never have outed you on that. Please don't stress over a mistake between your intentions and your finger. I understand exactly how this can happen now. I just hope Moonrise can forgive me for ruining her perfect score. I just feel so horrible that I can't correct it. More positive ratings will bring it back up in time if that's any consolation at all.
    So, Ladies, if you haven't rated her yet, please do so. She does beautiful work and she so deserves it. Just check that rating level at least 40 times before you click "send".
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    I just left feedback for everyone...all very positive! I love the blocks ladies, great swap. Thank you all so much! Have a bunch still to do before I can start putting it together, like cleaning out my closet completely so I can go get new clothes. Goodwill here I come, I think they will love all the clothes I'm going to take them. Clothes shopping is not my favorite thing to do but when you have all 1X clothes you don't have to much choice. Size 8 makes a big difference, even down to bra's and underwear.
    I will get these blocks together though, I'm going to love making it with all your beautiful work. Thank you again so much.

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    I haven't had a chance to leave feedback yet, but I will as soon as I can. I've been sewing like a maniac to get ready for this weekend's craft fair. And next weekend's. And the next weekend's. And and and ... Whew. I don't normally do anywhere near this many craft fairs, but DH's work hours were cut awhile back, and yesterday they had a big lay-off due to lack of work, so we don't know how much longer he'll have a job. He's been there 15 years. One of the guys they laid off had been there for over 20 years. We're afraid it's just a matter of time until DH gets laid off, too, or the company goes out of business. We're hoping for the best, but trying to prepare for the worst.

    No worries about the feedback, Libster. Actually, I sent a message to the admins a few days ago, asking about it, and they removed the accidental negative, so it's been fixed.
    Last edited by moonrise; 10-24-2019 at 05:45 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonrise View Post
    I haven't had a chance to leave feedback yet, but I will as soon as I can. I've been sewing like a maniac to get ready for this weekend's craft fair. And next weekend's. And the next weekend's. And and and ... Whew. I don't normally do anywhere near this many craft fairs, but DH's work hours were cut awhile back, and yesterday they had a big lay-off due to lack of work, so we don't know how much longer he'll have a job. He's been there 15 years. One of the guys they laid off had been there for over 20 years. We're afraid it's just a matter of time until DH gets laid off, too, or the company goes out of business. We're hoping for the best, but trying to prepare for the worst.

    No worries about the feedback, Libster. Actually, I sent a message to the admins a few days ago, asking about it, and they removed the accidental negative, so it's been fixed.

    Thank you, Lord! That is the best news I've had in for ever!


    Edited to say: Certainly not meaning the news concerning your DH's job situation. I hope things work out for the best for you both, be it continued employment where he currently is or new employment elsewhere.
    I hope you sell out at your craft fairs!
    Last edited by Libster; 10-25-2019 at 04:03 AM.
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    Moonrise

    Moonrise totally understand the fear of the lay off for hubby. Still coming to grips with hubby’s job ending in May and he has been there 36 years, his entire work career after college. Like you we planned ahead but it is still quite a shock. Hope you do well at the craft fairs




    Quote Originally Posted by moonrise View Post
    I haven't had a chance to leave feedback yet, but I will as soon as I can. I've been sewing like a maniac to get ready for this weekend's craft fair. And next weekend's. And the next weekend's. And and and ... Whew. I don't normally do anywhere near this many craft fairs, but DH's work hours were cut awhile back, and yesterday they had a big lay-off due to lack of work, so we don't know how much longer he'll have a job. He's been there 15 years. One of the guys they laid off had been there for over 20 years. We're afraid it's just a matter of time until DH gets laid off, too, or the company goes out of business. We're hoping for the best, but trying to prepare for the worst.

    No worries about the feedback, Libster. Actually, I sent a message to the admins a few days ago, asking about it, and they removed the accidental negative, so it's been fixed.

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    Moonrise, it's terrible to have to worry about impending layoff. Maybe he can find something else and leave before that happens?

    Hope you have a good craft fair season. Hope the crowds are buyers and not just gawkers.
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    Hope everyone is doing well! I got back from vacation and got the bug to get some of my embroidery blocks put together into tops - they've been sitting around for long enough! Started thinking about the BH mystery and decided I really needed to finish up my crazy quilt blocks as I keep "saving" my neutrals for that project. So if I get it done, then all those neutrals can be freed up for the mystery.

    But that all means my lovely set of swap blocks is sitting aside for now. They are going to make a very nice quilt!
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