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Monday, September 25, 2006

Intra-USA Swap Complete!

Swap Details:
Swapper1: Lori Boston, USA
Swapper2: Gayla Kentucky, USA

All the way from Kentucky to Boston
Boston and Kentucky have achieved a regional craft swap. I sent my new friend Gayla quilting fabric, patterns and notions and I received TONS of beads and three fantastic custom made rubber stamps. Note the cat stamp (in front of the picture of the cats - that it was created from)! I am IN LOVE with the stamps - especially the cat stamp. BTW, that is Badcat and T-Bone (left to right.) I am so pleased, so tickled and so grateful - what a terrific experience.
I'm attaching my photo of GYS happiness.
Best regards from sunny Boston,

And all the way from Boston to Kentucky
Lori at Moda di Magno and I did a little swap. I am so happy with the results.
1. Teddy bear pattern, eyes, noses, and rotating joints.
2. Great fabrics in several colors.
3. Trims and Tapes.
4. A little book with great embroidery patterns for Crazy Quilts.
5. A Beautiful bracelet.
It was a great swap and I am already almost finished with a tote using several of the print fabrics.

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