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Old 01-21-2009, 01:20 PM   #331
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I got Snuggle Buddy yesterday. Will pick up my yarn on my way to work tomorrow (need to wait for the paycheck....went to IKEA on Monday and, of course, overspent our budget .....good thing we limit our trips to 3-4 times a year! )

Were there supposed to be instructions? Like the next address to send it to? Other than that, I'll be all set once I get my yarn tomorrow....will keep you posted when I'm ready to send it along.
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Old 01-21-2009, 04:07 PM   #332
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I don't have the instruction sheet set up yet. Basically do the same as the person did before you, 5 inches of garter stitch w/ 2 worsted weight yarns held together. When you are done with your section, you can pm me or post here and I will contact the next knitter.
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Old 01-21-2009, 10:47 PM   #333
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Sorry Susan! That's ANOTHER thing I forgot to send to you!


I've attached the instruction sheet here, as well as the greeting card you can use with each snuggle.

Just make changes to the document as you want.
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Old 01-21-2009, 10:59 PM   #334
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This morning, I finally finished the first section of "His Majesty".

I'll post a photo tonight or tomorrow morning.
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Old 01-22-2009, 09:16 AM   #335
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DJBug-feel free to print out that instruction sheet and put it in with the blanket. I am sorry that I forgot about that.
Sandy-Thank you! I actually took a picture off the pet snuggle website and created our own card for the blankets. Go ahead and include this one though for the one that you are starting. No big deal.
Thanks everyone for being patient while we get these first blankets sorted out!
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Old 01-22-2009, 04:39 PM   #336
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I finally made it to the post office today. Pampered Pets is on its way to Spikey.
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Hi
Just another quick note while our project gets started. You CAN, but you don't HAVE TO include a special "treat" or "present" for the next knitter on the blanket. Some people like to send some special yarn, some tea or coffee, a candle, etc. Nothing big, or expensive, just a nice thank you for being on the project. But in no way should anyone feel obligated to do so. Just being a part of the project is present enough for us!
If you are going to include a present or treat, could you please include a small note letting the next person know that you are including that for them? I'm guilty of the no note when in a rush to get to the post office, but we should try to make sure our wonderful knitters know that when we do include a goodie it's for them to enjoy!
Because I didn't have the instruction sheet when starting this project, if you have a blanket that doesn't have one/only has the card to sign, if you could be so kind as to print one off if you can and include it when you mail it to the next knitter? This might be a pain and I really apologize for not having that set up at the get-go, but I sure would appreciate it.
And if you ever have questions when you get your blanket in the mail, please pm me!
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NP, I'll add the letter to Snuggle Buddy. Already started the knitting (ok, just one row, but I had to see how the yarn was going to look before I headed to work tonight!).
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Originally Posted by Mulderknitter View Post
Thanks everyone for being patient while we get these first blankets sorted out!
Thank YOU for handling them!
Sorry I sent you off into the frontier without all your tools.
I'm glad you're fully equipped now.

I'll try to send you some knitting needles when I find some on sale.
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Thank YOU for handling them!
Sorry I sent you off into the frontier without all your tools.
I'm glad you're fully equipped now.

I'll try to send you some knitting needles when I find some on sale.
I've been trying to get some deals off ebay, but keep getting outbidded It's not estate sale season yet, so I am just hoarding those coupons!
Dont' worry about the late post of the instructions. We've worked it out, we're a smart bunch!
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