Spring Sewing Swap - Post Your Links

Hello Swappers

By now you should hopefully have received your swap parcel from your partner. I received mine from Krafty Kat this weekend and here's what I got:

Prettily wrapped

 Cats investigating the contents

Pretty brooch and handmade stitch markers (Did you make these yourself Kat?)

 
















A big length of the most gorgeously soft knit fabric in a lovely raspberry shade. I'm thinking a wrap cardigan or maybe a dress. Also some lovely blue wool, perfect for baby knitting.

Thanks Kat! I love it.

Now you can all add links below to your blog if you have posted about the swap. I'm very nosey so I love to see what everyone got!

K x







30 comments:

  1. I got my parcel last week, and posted about it here! :-) http://wp.me/pycSn-vH

    Thanks for hosting this, it was fun! :-)

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  2. Hi! What a great package! I'm a little behind and only posted mine today as I've been on holiday, but I will add my link as soon as I receive my parcel!

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  3. I must have been asleep at the wheel or something because I forgot all about this swap and didn't remember to sign up! But it's almost as fun to see you guys revealing your parcels!

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  4. I received mine last week and have just posted a blog about what I got! Thanks so much Kerry for organising it, I really enjoyed every bit of it.
    http://threadcarefully.wordpress.com/2013/06/18/spring-sewing-swap-2013-2/

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  5. Thank you so much for organising this Kerry, I had so much fun choosing stuff to put in my parcel and what I got was fabulous. I've just added the link to my blog post above.

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    1. You're welcome, it's fun choosing things for the parcel isn't it?

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  6. Thank you for hosting, I have really enjoyed it and such a good way to make new friends.x

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    1. Glad you enjoyed it Charlotte, it's a good way to find out about new blogs.

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  7. So glad you like your goodies! Yes I made the brooch and stitchmarkers :) I will post about the awesome parcel you sent me very soon! Thanks again for organising.

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  8. Love your goodie box! Mine came last week and here is the link: http://missushughes.wordpress.com/2013/06/11/its-always-nice-to-get-a-sewing-care-package/

    Thank you so much for hosting and pairing us up!

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  9. Thanks so much for organising this again Kerry - just about to add my link now. x

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    1. No problem Jane, nice to see you participating again :)

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  10. Sorry I'm late! Shanni's fabulous package is now blogged about here:
    http://strangenotions.pigeondesign.net/spring-sewing-swap-a-k-a-i-love-getting-stuff-through-the-post/

    Thanks for organising this, it's been really fun.

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  11. Thank you for hosting and organising such a great (and international) swap. As a first timer I loved discovering other's blogs and also getting to know my well-matched swap partner Tine a little. Now to get making!

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    1. Great, glad you and Tine were well matched, I do enjoy pairing people up.

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  12. I really enjoyed this swap, I thought the best bit was giving as I really enjoyed putting things together for Kathryn, but I was blown away when I received her parcel! Thanks so much for organising x

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    1. You're very welcome, I agree that the giving is really fun and receiving is like an added bonus!

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  13. Thanks, Kerry, for organizing this swap! I had a lot of fun shopping for someone else -- and for sewing stuff, no less! :)

    I agree the giving is definitely the fun part and the receiving is just a bonus. I can't wait to do it again.

    Katrina

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  14. Thanks so much for putting on this swap! It was so much fun and almost a little eerie how well matched Hannah and I were.
    I've finally blogged my parcel at http://www.laurasinclair.com.au/2013/06/27/the-spring-sewing-swap/

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    1. Glad you enjoyed it and felt you were well matched too - that's great to hear!

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  15. My fabulous parcel from Gloria & Me arrived earlier this week - I have just blogged about it! Thank-you so much for setting this all up . . . it was a blast!

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