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From: sewcarve
Date: 05-03-2006, 10:30 AM (1 of 5)
The first swap was small, but fun. ANyone up for another?
User: sewcarve
Member since: 12-07-2004
Total posts: 21
From: postcardgirl
Date: 05-03-2006, 03:24 PM (2 of 5)
I would love to but don't that I'll be able to in the near future - we're adding on to our house and I have to put my sewing machine in storage for the time being! It's going to be a LONG 8 weeks! :nc:
User: postcardgirl
Member since: 05-01-2001
Total posts: 367
From: Pudge99
Date: 05-04-2006, 10:19 AM (3 of 5)
I would love to do another one but things are crazy this time of the year for me. The kids only have a few weeks of school left. The yard needs mowing every week. Flowers need to be planted and watered. I don't get much sewing time in the summer. I won't be ready to swap again until September at least.
Pictures of my successes and failures
Pfaff 2040
Janome Mylock 134D
Singer Futura CE-100 w/ Autopunch
Husqvarna Viking 3D Sketch
User: Pudge99
Member since: 10-30-2001
Total posts: 1375
From: DawnP
Date: 05-27-2006, 02:39 AM (4 of 5)
I'm game! The first one was lots of fun. It's a great way to learn different techniques on a small scale.

Here's a link where you can see the postcards that were in the first swap:

User: DawnP
Member since: 08-15-2002
Total posts: 39
From: siwian
Date: 05-27-2006, 09:05 AM (5 of 5)
I'd like to join this one.

I'm just the opposite of Gina-summer is the best time for me to participate in swaps. School is out and I don't have to go to work. (Just try to get stuff done around the house.)

User: siwian
Member since: 12-27-2001
Total posts: 114
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