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'Tis the Season" Fabric Swap 2009
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Gerda
Posted 2009-12-21 12:51 PM (#37578 - in reply to #34201)
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No worries, Pat! Please do not stress - we are patient. It'll be like getting a belated Christmas gift (Chrissie pressie as the Australian ladies like to say :) )
Enjoy your holidays with the family and friends.

Gerda
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scrapatches
Posted 2009-12-22 3:41 PM (#37622 - in reply to #34201)
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Good things are indeed well worth waiting for!

Here is a photo of Genia's 14 big beautiful sets which arrived today ...

... just "gawjus!"   

Since I have had to tuck away all the other swap fabric so I have room in my dining/sewing room for our holiday festivities, I will not be able to complete the swap and send until at least after Christmas. I think I may have time to get this done during the week between Christmas and New Year's, but, if not, I will get to it as soon as possible after the first of the year. 

May all of you have a very Merry Christmas and be dreaming of the wonderful scrappy quilts we will be making with all of this beautiful fabric in the New Year.

{{{{{{{quilty hugs}}}}}}}}   Pat

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Gerda
Posted 2009-12-22 4:00 PM (#37623 - in reply to #34201)
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Thanks, Pat - may you and yours have a blessed and happy Christmas, too.

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misisipimenace
Posted 2009-12-22 7:05 PM (#37626 - in reply to #37623)
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oooooo   such luscious christmas eye candy!!!  now ms pat . . . don't be trying to fool us . . .  you just want to keep all those layer cakes close by so you can have yourself a little holiday fondlin' . . . yep, we on to you and your quilty ways . . .
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scrapatches
Posted 2009-12-22 8:15 PM (#37630 - in reply to #34201)
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now. ms cindy ...   moi?... fondle the swap fabric? ... well, I never!

    Pat

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misisipimenace
Posted 2009-12-22 9:02 PM (#37632 - in reply to #37630)
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oh yeah you do too ms pat!!!  like the rest of us EVERY POSSIBLE CHANCE YOU GET!! 
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SallyC
Posted 2009-12-25 12:50 AM (#37710 - in reply to #37632)
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Well, Genia's choices clearly made the wait worth while (fondle some of them for me, please? Knew you would!)
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bjhuff
Posted 2010-01-08 11:17 AM (#38481 - in reply to #34201)
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I wans wanting to know if these were sent out????
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Posted 2010-01-08 7:07 PM (#38504 - in reply to #34201)
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Betty Jo ... et al ... I have these all swapped and am checking and sealing the packages up tonight!  If all goes according to plan I will be at the post office to mail them tomorrow and they will be winging their way home!!     Pat

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Dorian
Posted 2010-01-09 8:36 AM (#38519 - in reply to #34201)
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Wooohooo!! thank you Ms Pat. Can't wait to see our squishes!!
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scrapatches
Posted 2010-01-11 10:44 PM (#38648 - in reply to #34201)
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  Squishies are swishing your way!!

All of these return packages are in the mail as of today!!

On Friday, I found a mistake I had made recording the number of sets for two swappers and had to send some PMs to try to clear this up before I could mail these all out. I think I have everything correct now. Should any of you find any problems, please let me know and I will make amends.

There was such a lovely variety of fabrics in this swap that I believe that no one received any duplicates except Genia and myself ... both of us ended up with 14 sets.

I hope all of you enjoy your swap fabric as much as I enjoyed hosting this swap and I look forward to hearing that these squishies arrive to their new homes safely.

Happy Quilty Wishes ...  :-) Pat

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Nola
Posted 2010-01-13 9:21 PM (#38802 - in reply to #38648)
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Pat, my gorgeous fabric arrived today!  Woo-Hoo!  Haven't opened all the baggies yet to look at them.  Stupid me forgot to bring the mail in until just a few minutes ago, and now it's bedtime, so I'm saving them - something to look forward to tomorrow!  I noticed that you had to add extra postage to mine - I'm so sorry.  The postal lady I always go to usually does a better job than that.  As soon as I get to the LQS I'll pick up a nice FQ or two to reimburse you for postage.

Nola

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Posted 2010-01-13 9:40 PM (#38806 - in reply to #34201)
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Nola ... so glad to hear your package arrived!  I think you will be happy when you open your baggies ... the fabrics are so nice for this swap!

About the extra postage ... not to worry ... the rates went up a week or so ago ... so you (and everyone else) most likely added enough originally ... if I had gotten these in the mail before Christmas as planned ... it would have been fine ... so I "snoozed and loozed" on this one ... Pat



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misisipimenace
Posted 2010-01-13 10:46 PM (#38815 - in reply to #38806)
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i got my layer cakes, ms pat!  thanks!!!  i got them in my cabinet with the quiltmaker magazine - hmmm i might do some cutting and have these ready for a "just in case" project at tomball . . . either these or my flower layer cakes . . . decisions, decisions!

postal rates went up??  i just bought stamps for the office yesterday and they were the same.  i guess they just increased priority rates then?

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Annette
Posted 2010-01-13 11:01 PM (#38817 - in reply to #38815)
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Oh Pat, I got mine today. They came early, but I waited to open them after DH got home from a 3 day business trip. We were both excited and really impressed with how many different fabrics there are! Thank you sooooo much. I did notice you had to add postage to mine as well. Yes Cindy, everything went up. Let me ponder on this and you may get a surprise soon.

I'm so excited! DH has been in Reno on business, so I used the time to cut out a couple of projects, but I may have to cut out this one now to have 3 ready to make up. I'm getting really excited to use this up! Oops, forgot. I have a fat 'ugly' to get made....

Thank you, Annette
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