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Pay It Foward, Again

It’s time to resurrect the Pay It Forward game on my site as I’ve seen it popping up on various quilting blogs lately and I received a notice on the weekend from Caron at Michigan Quilts that I won her Pay It Forward. I’m really looking forward to receiving her gift.

Here’s how it works:

I will make and send a handmade gift to the first 3 people who leave a comment to this post requesting to join this Pay It Forward exchange. As I’m away from my home and sewing machine in Canada until April, I propose to send out the handmade items in May. I will email each person for their mailing address and send the handmade gift when completed. (Who knows, maybe something unique from Buenos Aires will make it into my handmade pieces.)

What YOU have to do in return, then, is Pay it Forward by making the same promise on your blog to 3 different people. Unfortunately, this is only possible for those of who have a blog.

Suzan over a The Reluctant Quilter is playing … how about you?

Posted: May 6th, 2008

Topics: My Quilting Journey, Other Stuff

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3 Responses to “Pay It Foward, Again”

  1. Beth Patrick says:

    Pay it Forward,,, a fun idea! I can start the same tradition, hhmmm,,, gotta get some ideas about what to send to the first three that leave a message!
    Beth

  2. I’ve never done this, but am interested. Is there any limit/restrictions/instructions on what is sent out to the winners? No matter… I can’t seem to get off this learning curve anyway! LOL.

  3. Ailsa says:

    I would be very happy for us to be winners for each other – Looking forward to it!!

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