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Sock Scrap Swapping

November 10, 2005

Packages are still rolling in–these are the two new ones I found this week. Actually, Lolly had hers last week, but I forgot to post it:

Scroll 2/3 of the way through Lolly’s longest post ever (her words, not mine) to see her sock yarn. And while you’re there, enjoy the fishy pictures, and the yarn leis–your trip looked like so much fun, Lolly!

Then go over to the Nov 4 entry at Bubble Gum Knits to see what Elizabeth sent to her bloggless pal Amy.

Who is still sockless? I’ve been told that packages are on the way for me and Larissa, and I’m pretty certain that Carola’s and Cecily’s are on the way, too. This leaves me with one question mark–Ashley, have you recieved your package yet? I’ve marked you off, but I can’t seem to find a picture or e-mail that confirms this.

Is there anyone else out there missing their package? I am learning that swap organizing is not an exact science, and error in my record keeping is highly likely. So do let me know if you haven’t heard anything from your pal.

  1. November 10, 2005 12:44 pm

    Still haven’t gotten mine, but I definitely sent my pal hers and she should have gotten it some time last week.

  2. November 10, 2005 1:00 pm

    I left Cecily a message about my package. It was returned in the mail because the envelope tore! The yarn is still in tact though. Phew!

    I am going to repackage it and send it out again this weekend. Sorry Cecily! I hope you like the stuff I am sending you 😉

  3. November 10, 2005 4:16 pm

    Yes, I got mine! I”m sorry I’ve been such a spaz about not posting about it–it’s up today! Thanks again Katie!

  4. Carola's pal permalink
    November 10, 2005 7:01 pm

    Carola’s is defiitely on the way! Should have been there by now, in fact. I hope it hasn’t gotten lost…

  5. November 11, 2005 4:38 pm

    To my pal: No, it’s not here yet, but I’m waiting patiently. Thank you so much for confirming that you send it. I think the post has some problems at the moment. It’s one of the lowest paid jobs here and with an unemployment rate of 1% the rats are leaving the ship for better opportunities. And the one’s staying behind are doing their job pretty laid back at the moment. Nothing else to do than wait.

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