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Old 02-28-2009, 04:13 PM   #531
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Cuddlebug went out in the mail today! I got the delivery confirmation, but I'm feeling too lazy to go dig the slip out of my purse. I have a pic, but I've got to download stuff off my camera. (I'm scared to see how many pics are on there right now!) I had to take my lint roller to the blanket a couple of times. One of my cats has decided that he now likes yarn. I left the blanket unattended and he dragged it off. It's a good thing he's cute....
 
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Old 02-28-2009, 04:24 PM   #532
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One of my cats has decided that he now likes yarn. I left the blanket unattended and he dragged it off. It's a good thing he's cute....
That's ok, Itchy decided one of the cotton blankets was his and snuggled right under it!
At least they're being "tested" first!
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Old 02-28-2009, 05:39 PM   #533
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really, that small?

interesting....
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Old 03-01-2009, 09:06 PM   #535
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....I just got back from my accountant, and found out good news! You can write off under charitable donations the cost of supplies and the cost of postage/miles driven for mailing or delivering our blankets!........
Great news!

I'll let all the Oddball Baby Blanket leaders know about this. I'm sure they will need to check with an accountant in their area to confirm, since tax laws are different in various states.
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Yep, the Snuggles website has requested that the snuggles be knit into a tight, firm fabric. It helps to keep the yarn from getting tangled in the pet's claws.
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Old 03-02-2009, 09:47 AM   #537
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Great news!

I'll let all the Oddball Baby Blanket leaders know about this. I'm sure they will need to check with an accountant in their area to confirm, since tax laws are different in various states.
Thanks for passing on the info to others! I was still reeling a bit from our tax bill, hadn't even thought of that!
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Snuggle Buddy is here! I'll have to see what blues I have that will work with it. I think I know what yarn I want to use on it.

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I would like to introduce a new blanket: Snugglebug! (I'm not so creative, cuddlebug got me going )

The main color is a soft grey, with a bit of green and brown thrown in. (the red on the side is a different project)
Let me know if you want to be on this one!
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