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Setting the Tone: Pay It Forward

I’ve seen this on other blogs and decided that I wanted to do this to set the tone for this blog.    Different blogs have worded it differently, but the main idea can be paraphrased in this way:

To the first three people who comment on this post, I will send a small handmade gift.  It may not be tomorrow or the next day or even next week, but within the next 365 days, I promise to make and mail a gift to each of those three commenters. 

So please take a moment to comment and allow me to Pay It Forward.

7 Comments

  • Katherine
    March 18, 2008 4:31 pm

    Hi Susan!
    I just reposted my Pay It Forward post on my blog. Come on back and sign up if you want to join and to receive a handmade gift from me…

  • Just a Flipflop Mom
    April 13, 2008 9:04 am

    This is really cool.. I tried this once on my blog.. and it never happened.. 🙁 I never heard from the gals.. oh well.. I hope yours works!!! It’s such a cool Idea!!

    I love your teapot plant!!! LOVE IT!!!

  • Line
    April 14, 2008 5:14 pm

    I loved the teapot plant too. The tips came in handy since I just bought a teapot on a fleamarket a couple of days ago and felt bad about it because I already have one (heck, I have 5) and my husband complains that I get too much stuff. But now I can pretend I got it for a purpose 😀

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  • Ruth DeShazo
    September 17, 2017 7:43 pm

    I really enjoyed the tips on the thread spools. Some I knew about and others I did not. I like reading tips, tricks and how tos.

  • Deborah Johnston
    September 18, 2017 11:18 am

    Hi – up from Northern Ontario – I’ve been learning quilting and so enjoy learning new things – the help and tricks and trading awesome ideas – also enjoy sharing patterns , sharing tips on beautiful materials – hope I can remember where to come back and read , learn and share ?

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