I’ve enjoyed the four swaps I was in these past few months.
While I probably won’t do another swap of this type anytime soon,
I want to encourage you, when you get the chance,
to participate in what you can.
I passed up the chance to be in plenty of other swaps.
These four just appealed to me, and I knew there would be time for them!
Getting a swap package out to your partner involves many things,
to include researching what the person likes, brainstorming, sewing, and gathering extra goodies.
When the package goes into the mail and makes it to your partner,
you’re so relieved and happy to do for someone else!
I sent a flying geese rainbow-y mini out earlier this week! What fun!
I always, without fail, forget that I will also get a package in the mail!!!
Today was my happy mail day for the Anna Maria Horner swap.
Here’s what I received. Isn’t it gorgeous?
I’ve been wanting a herringbone quilt for. ever.
This one is a stunner with the color choices and placement!
She also spoiled me with a small Moleskine and other goodies!
Again, these swaps have been a super huge blessing to me!
I’m involved in a couple of other things where I sew with and for others.
Are you sewing anything with other quilters?
A bee, swap, or traveling quilt?