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Old 02-13-2014, 03:03 PM   #170
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Originally Posted by salmonmac View Post
I like being part of the group projects, too.There are undoubtedly more efficient ways to make pet blankets but this is fun and it ends up with more blankets than we would have without the group effort. Extra ones that you make on your own are all to the good so that works as well.
So, I'm firnly in favor of continuing. A time limit is a good idea. Two weeks would be fine with me but I'm interested in what everyone else has to say.
(btw: You can add me on to both projects if we decide to go forward.)
I'm doing snuggles on my own, but would love to keep doing the group projects too. It's neat to get them in the mail and add your own touch to everyone else's.
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