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Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Germany/California Swap Complete

Swap Details:
Swapper1: Phyllis California, USA
Siggi Germany, Europe

From Germany to California
My package from Siggi in Germany finally arrived. The postal service here has been very slow lately. What an incredible package it is! There was so much great stuff in the box I had a hard time getting it all in the picture: a whole bunch of beautiful yarn, several knitting books and magazines, German snacks (check out the soccer--aka football--pasta!), a German postcard book and some little souvenir cards that I think are a game, and some of Siggi's gorgeous handmade cards. She even included some treats for Ruthie, and as you can see from the picture, Ruthie is intrigued!
This was such a fun swap! Thanks for organizing!

From California to Germany
I got my first Gimme Your Stuff package from Phyllis from the States. I was very surprised as I opened it: so many goodies: wool, magazines and candies. WOW!!!! It was very interesting to look over the knitting magazines because I never had an american one in my hands. Now I have a lot of them for my own. The yarn is very cool, because I make postcards and I am always looking for new yarn. The very best are the candies. So many different flavours. Yummy!!!! Phyllis, you made my day, a big thank you to you.

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