Welcome Swappers

This is a Swap Blog where anything goes...We welcome crocheters, knitters, stitchers, all crafters. We will swap books, yarn, pen pal letters, post cards, or anything we desire! So come on in and grab that cup of tea or java and sit a spell and sign up, you'll regret it if you don't!!! It's fun! It's simple! And it's Swap madness!!!!!!!!!!!

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****If anyone is interested in Donating or Sponsoring prizes for the contests, please email Crochetoholic and you'll be given an advertising link in the sidebar and more advertising in posts throughout the swap, and on all the other associated blogs. See the sidebar for the link to donate $$$ for the "Yarn Fund." ****Also, if anyone cares to make buttons, that's always appreciated! And you will be sent a small gift for every accepted button.
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Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Have You Received Your October Packages???




Good Morning all...please let me know if you have not received your Oct package or if your partner has not emailed you about the delay??? I want to pick a name for the "Package" contest for October, but I want to make sure we have seen them all......
We have only 16 days left for Nov. and remember there is Turkey day approaching so try and get those Nov packages out before, also PLEASE look over the list of what is to be included in your package, this time you are to write a letter on your traditions....
  1. A pattern for a turkey or Thanksgiving decoration [or fall placemats, dishcloth, dish towels, ect]
  2. Enough yarn for the project
  3. All the notions needed to complete the project [needles or hook,stitch markers, ect]
  4. An apron
  5. 2 Pot Holders
  6. Some Thanksgiving goodies or candy
  7. A writen note about your household "Thanksgiving Traditions" that you do with your family every year.
Happy Swapping

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