That should not be a problem. I will get them already to go tonight and see if I can request a pickup from the post-lady tomorrow. Otherwise I will have someone drive me to the actual post office. Thanks!
Suzanne - Can you let me know if I can still send the batiks or not? Otherwise I will have to keep them, good thing I bought ones that I liked!! Thanks a lot! Hope the swap went well except for a few stragglers again!
Suzanne, I have been very sick for the past week, I apologize so much. I have all the batiks ready to go and can get them to the post office tomorrow morning if you think that they will make it to you to be swapped. I completely understand if you want me to hold on to them. With not being able to drive and literally being in bed pretty much since Monday night with a fever, etc., This has been the first day my husband has let me have my computer back. Hope you had a fantastic week. If I don't hear from you in the morning, I will go ahead and send the fabrics out, if they are too late, go ahead and send them back, but make sure you keep a couple for yourself for the hassle.
P.S. I was going to friend you, but I'm having a little trouble remembering how to do it.
Suzanne, since your FQ swap was a success, would you mind if I used your rules for the next swap? I think it would be a good idea if we just adopt those rules for any FQ swap and just change info as needed. If you don't think that's a good idea, I understand. And sent you a friend request. Thought I had done that. Sorry!
Hi Suzanne, Saw that you sent me your email address, but somehow I lost it. Not to good at this computer stuff. I'm sending you my address, you can send me your mailing address there or you can sent it here at the friends site.
I love your tote bags! Do you market them? I don't do much sewing at all because it frustrates me, but I love the patchwork styles of tote bags. Do you ever sell them "made to order? I really like the black/white and green one on the left.
You asked where I sell/market my quilts. Several places. I started out at gift shows, then by word of mouth (I had 6 quilts to make for a Bed and Breakfast and I made quite a bit of money for those), then I had 32 on Esty and sold them all to one person. I hardly have anything on Etsy now; it's probably not worth it to keep my site there until I build a new supply. So far I have two I can add, but right now in my ETSY store I just have a few wall hangings, table runners and quilted journals. I like ETSY because on E-Bay quilts didn't sell well for me. And ETSY is easier than E-Bay (in my opinion). Anyway, I had about 50 quilts for my first gift show and the baby quilts and Christmas wall hangings sold the fastest.