The October 2013 Postage Stamp Quilt Charm Swap Sign-up Begins

A favorite Postage Stamp Quilt.

Are you tired of seeing this picture of a PSQ that I made with over 4,000 two-inch charms?

October 21, 2013 Update: While this swap is now closed, there is a lot of good information on Postage Stamp Quilts in this post. And if you are interested, sign-up for the next PSQ Charm Swap will be March 14-23, 2014.

Let the fun begin! The October 2013 Postage Stamp Quilt Fabric Charm Swap begins today. You can sign-up to swap, or request a Newbie Gift by leaving a comment on THIS post, anytime between October 12-20, 2013. The nitty-gritty details follow, and even return swappers should read on to learn more.

Start packaging your sets and sign up to swap. I KNOW that many of you are already hooked, but I encourage you to invite a friend to join this time. The more swappers, the more variety. Returning swappers, I am glad to have you back. If you are a new swapper, you must review all the rules below carefully, look through the links included. You can find inspiration in the Postage Stamp Quilt pages on the menu bar above.

© CQ PSQ Flickr Photo SamplerYes, I am repeating my words from previous swaps, but there are new swappers out there too, so bear with me please. Even if you didn’t take part in a previous swap, you are most welcome to take part in this one. And if you have been here before, I am comforted to know that my obsession is shared. Be sure to put your collections and progress shots up on our Flickr pages! We have lots of photos, and there are a couple of really fun variations shown.

What is this all about? Postage Stamp Quilts (PSQ’s) are made with small square charms, ranging from 1″ to 2.5″ before sewing. Most quilters strive to make one with as few duplicate fabric squares as possible, but there are some really striking quilts out there that have alternating solids, or lots of repeats. A lot of people are like me, they collect fabric scraps or charms with the plan to make a PSQ sometime. The goal is to get people to actually MAKE a postage stamp quilt. Sooner, not later.

Me? Obsessed? HA! My collection of two-inch treasures reached well over 40,000 charms, and I started stitching them up a couple of years ago. I have finished seven of them, with 3-4,000 charms in each. And yes, I do keep cutting and collecting them. Every quilt fabric that comes into my house gets a few charms cut out of it. If you are new here, or just want to prove to your family that SOME people have more piles of charms than you, read more, and even more, about my journey to use my collection.

Postage Stamp Quilts Playing with Color

There are many ways to play with little fabric charms!

Help a New Quilter start a charm collection! Newbie Gifts are included in the swap this again round. I hear from new quilters who want to make a PSQ quilt, but do not have 100 fabrics to cut charms from. This is NOT a swap, it is a gift. If you are a new quilter who cannot swap, but would like to start a charm collection, sign up below. If you are a quilter with charms to spare, please sign up to donate a set or two. Details below.

Special note about newbie gifts. Many previous Newbie Gift Donors do not want to do it anymore because their Newbie Partners never acknowledged receiving their gift. Some common courtesy is absolutely required. Your donor makes the effort to cut and pack your charms, and pays the postage to get them to you. Let them know when the package arrives!

I am repeating the basic rules (updated here!) for swapping below, but also want to refer you to the main Postage Stamp Quilt 2012 Swaps and Challenge page, and the FAQ’s About Postage Stamp Charm Swaps.

One note for returning swappers: I am not a meanie, really, but if your partner(s) still hasn’t received their charms from you, I will not be matching you with a new partner this round. Fix it, and you can join!

Needle and thread line copyright The Curious Quilter at WordPress dot comHow to Swap PSQ Charms

Preparing your Charm Sets to Swap Sign-Up to Swap Newbie Gifts! Puzzled? Find help!

Needle and thread line copyright The Curious Quilter at WordPress dot comPreparing Your Charm Sets To Swap:

Before you sign-up to swap, you should already have your charm sets ready to mail. That saves time at the mailing week, and ensures that you actually have as many sets as you want to swap already cut and ready. Last minute cutting messes up swapping big time! Please note, for this October 2013 swap, you are limited to swapping 8 charm sets in each size that you select.

Charm Size Comparison - stitchedYou have to decide which size charms you want to swap. (My personal favorites are 2″ charms, but most beginners use the 2.5″ ones.) Check out the info in Let’s Talk Size, which compares sizes and the number of charms needed for a quilt, then pick 1.5″, 2″, or 2.5″ charm squares, get out your scraps, and start cutting. Cut some for you, and some to swap. Please use only 100% cotton fabric that is suitable for quilting. When you hold it up to the light, you should not be able to see through it. Homespuns or flannels should not be used for this swap. Yes, a few solids are fine in a set, and if you have the pinked-edge pre-cut charms a few of them can be included as well. Hopefully, your fabric has been pre-washed before cutting, but that may not always be possible. Be sure to use good cutting practices while preparing your charms, no selvedges, never torn, no ripped out stitch holes showing, and so on. No one cuts perfectly, but strive for accuracy in your cutting.

For this swap, if you are interested in one inch charms, please cut two-inch charms to swap. You will have more people available to swap with, although you will have to quarter the ones you receive.

Novelty Charms

Novelty charms are fun in these quilts!

Keep cutting. Fussy cut some fun novelties. Solids, stripes, plaids, prints, metallics, embellished, almost anything goes. Bust up as much stash as you want. Cut up strips and charm squares that you are not using.

Make sets of 100 to swap. Count them out into stacks of 100, with no duplicates in each stack. (Large-scale prints may read as different fabrics when cut into small charms, which is acceptable.) So every set of 100 charms will have no duplicates, and is a UNIQUE set. If you cut 400 squares from 400 fabrics, you have four unique sets. If you cut 400 squares, 4 each from 100 fabrics, you have four matching sets. OK, that may sound confusing, but think of it this way: with unique sets, you could swap them all to one person, but with matching sets, you would swap one set to each of four people, so no duplicates came through!* Don’t sweat it, justRed Star Means Changedholler if you are stuck. If you have 100 charms to swap, you will get 100 charms back. If you have 800 charms to swap, you can get 800 charms back. You are limited to swapping 1-8 sets in each charm size you select.

*Note: A UNIQUE set has each one different. Two UNIQUE sets have 200 different fabrics. If you only have one set, with all different fabrics, it is UNIQUE. TWO MATCHING SETS means that you have two sets cut from 100 different fabrics, but each set is the same. The sets match each other. A goal with postage stamp quilts is to have few or no repeats, so ‘coordinated sets’ – say with 4 each of 25 fabrics, are not acceptable for this swap. That said, however, some duplicates are acceptable in Newbie Sets, read below.

Keep some for yourself. Set aside the number of these stacks that you want to keep for your own stash, after all, they are YOUR little treasures! Once you get started, you may want to make more than one quilt.
Needle and thread line copyright The Curious Quilter at WordPress dot comSign-Up To Swap!

Now that you have cut and counted, you are ready to sign-up to swap. I will be matching you up to one or more other swappers, and emailing you both so you can share mailing addresses. I will be getting those emails off as fast as I can, but please do not worry if you do not hear before October 27! (Remember, I have a job and write two blogs, so it takes me a little while to pull it all together.) Once you have the swap info, you should contact your partner/s and arrange for mailing your charms and get them out within one week.
Rainbow CharmsSWAPPERS! Any time between October 12-20, 2013, leave a comment below ON THIS POST ONLY, stating each of these items: (it will be helpful if you use the numbers to answer.)

October 21, 2013 Update: While this swap is now closed, there is a lot of good information on Postage Stamp Quilts in this post. And if you are interested, sign-up for the next PSQ Charm Swap will be March 14-23, 2014.

  1. Your first name.
  2. Your City, State or Territory, and Country.
  3. Are you willing to swap with people in other countries? (Often more variety, but slightly higher postage rates may apply. Check out the postage rate discussion included in my 10/6/2013 post.)
  4. What size charms you want to swap, 2.5, 2 or 1.5 inches. If you are doing a 1 inch project please swap 2 inch charms.
  5. How many UNIQUE sets or MATCHING sets of 100 you have to swap. LIMIT 8 SETS per charm size.
  6. How many NEWBIE GIFTS you have to share.
  7. A brief comment progress report on what you are doing with your charms. Please, start sewing asap, do not just save charms!

Please DO NOT include your email address or your mailing address in your comment below! You email address is held privately when you submit the comment form. By joining the swap, you are giving me permission to share your email information with your swap partner/s.

Here is a sample blank SWAPPER comment, you could copy it and replace the info with your own:
1- Mary.
2- St. Paul, MN, USA.
3- Yes Int’l.
4- two inches.
5- three matching sets, and two unique sets
6- two Newbie gifts.
7- Nothing with PSQ this year. Truly! All I seem to do lately is organize swaps and not sew, and I have UFO’s cluttering every surface of my sewing room, my guest room…you get the picture!

If you swapped in previous swaps through The Curious Quilter, an effort will be made to give you different swap partner/s this round, to help you get more diversity in your charm stash. But this will not always be possible, so please just enjoy what comes your way!

Red Star Means ChangedBefore you sign up, double-check that your charms are all set to mail! That is why we have a week to sign up, if you want to swap but aren’t through cutting your sets, do not sign-up until you finish cutting and counting them. Please do not directly point a comment at another swapper asking them to swap with you. The only sharing of info between swappers should be through me. I am not trying to be controlling, REALLY, just trying to keep it fair.

NEWBIE QUILTERS! Are you requesting a NEWBIE SET? Read those rules below. To actually sign-up, any time between October 12-20, 2013, leave a comment below, stating each of these items: (it will be helpful if you use the numbers to answer, you can copy and paste sample below and type over my info.)

  1. Your first name.
  2. Your City, State or Territory, and Country.
  3. What size charms you are collecting, 2.5, 2 or 1.5 inches. If you are doing a 1 inch project please request 2 inch charms.
  4. A brief comment about what you are planning to make with your little squares; or share some comments about progress on your project.

Please DO NOT include your email address or your mailing address! You email address is held privately when you submit the comment form. By signing up for Newbie Gift/s, you are giving me permission to share your email information with your donor/s.

Red Star Means Changed*Note: Please Do Not Share Info once you get your swap lists! I really am not a total control freak, but I work hard to keep swapping fun. So I have a firm reminder for everyone. Looking ahead to the matching, please remember that you simply can not share your swapper’s names and emails with other swappers. This is a privacy issue, as well as a swapping issue. Also, do not offer to swap with people in the comments, all matching is done behind the scenes, not by comments.

Needle and thread line copyright The Curious Quilter at WordPress dot comNEWBIE GIFT INFORMATION!

What is a Newbie Gift?

Two Inch Treasure Frames

There are many ways to use PSQ charms, even if you do not have thousands of them.

A Newbie Gift is a set of 50 fabric charms in the size requested. All fabrics must be suitable for quilting, with no homespuns or flannels. Preferably, all 50 fabrics will be different, but, since these are probably ‘overstash’ from a seasoned quilter, some duplicates will be acceptable. (After all, the new quilter can trade them with a fellow quilter.) In no case shall a set include fewer than 25 different fabrics, so two of each.

Who Donates Them?
Any quilter with charms to spare! As you probably know, most quilters are very generous people. They may be stash-busting, or have duplicates to share. Or they just may take delight in helping stash-less quilters become fabric addicts!

Red Star Means ChangedBut they are donations, not swaps, so they REALLY MUST GET an email when the gift gets to you. Sounds so basic, but well over half of our NEWBIES in the past have not acknowledged receiving their gifts. Do let your donor know!

Who Can Receive Newbie Gifts?
Red Star Means ChangedAny quilter who has insufficient stash to create a charm set of 100 different fabrics AND HAS NOT PREVIOUSLY REQUESTED NEWBIE SETS! But please note, if you sign-up to swap, you cannot receive a Newbie Gift. While you are waiting for gifts, you might enjoy my PSQ tutorial. Then, keep cutting so you can be a SWAPPER in the October Swap this year! When you GET your gifts, remember to send your donor an email letting them know it arrived safely. (I simply cannot stress that enough!)

How Do I Participate?
Follow the directions in the Sign-Up section, above! Donors, use the SWAPPER instructions. New quilters will find their own instructions there as well.

How Can I Build My Stash?
Red Star Means ChangedOur Newbie Gift Goddess from 2012, BARB K., had a few super ideas for building your own stash quickly, and moving into being a swapper.

  1. Join a local quilt group, as quilters are always willing to share the wealth. Ask for small pieces they don’t need anymore, tell them why!
  2. Check at your local quilt shops, one near Barb has a basket that people leave their leftovers!
  3. recycle or freecyle! Check online for local free-cycle sites, Craigslist, and more. Join these groups locally online and place an ad that you are looking for unwanted fabric suitable for quilting. You will have to pick it up.
  4. Buy SMALL! Buy from your local quilt shop, or the chain stores like Joann’s and Hancock Fabrics. Barb buys a 3″ piece when they are on sale and cuts it into squares. Most of the time the fabric piece is around 35-50 cents. She doesn’t know how small a quilt shop will cut but most Joann’s and Hancock’s will cut as small as 2″ BUT allow for crooked cutting and shrinking and get at least half an inch extra. (Mary says: When I find nifty small novelties, but feel broke, I treat myself to an eighth of a yard, and get as many fussy-cuts as I can out of that!)

Needle and thread line copyright The Curious Quilter at WordPress dot comHave fun! Keep watching for more Postage Stamp Quilt goodness. And thanks so much for taking part!! Oh, and do not forget to start SEWING the charms together. Collecting is fun, but a finished quilt is an accomplishment. And a QUILT is the goal of all this swapping!!
Needle and thread line copyright The Curious Quilter at WordPress dot comHere is the SWAP sign-up model, repeated so you can copy, paste, and change to share your own info:

Any time between October 12-20, 2013, leave a comment below ON THIS POST ONLY, stating each of these items: (it will be helpful if you use the numbers to answer)

  1. Your first name.
  2. Your City, State or Territory, and Country.
  3. Are you willing to swap with people in other countries? (Often more variety, but slightly higher postage rates may apply.)
  4. What size charms you want to swap, 2.5, 2 or 1.5 inches. If you are doing a 1 inch project please swap 2 inch charms.
  5. How many UNIQUE sets or MATCHING sets of 100 you have to swap. LIMIT 8 SETS per charm size.
  6. How many NEWBIE GIFTS you have to share.
  7. A brief comment progress report on what you are doing with your charms. Please, start sewing asap, do not just save charms!

Newbie request? Please scroll up for your sign-up directions.

Matches will be made after sign-up closes, and it takes a few days to get that accomplished. Do not be impatient, please!

October 21, 2013 Update: While this swap is now closed, there is a lot of good information on Postage Stamp Quilts in this post. And if you are interested, sign-up for the next PSQ Charm Swap will be March 14-23, 2014.

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133 Responses to The October 2013 Postage Stamp Quilt Charm Swap Sign-up Begins

  1. I thought I had scheduled this to post at 2:45 AM, but apparently made it 2:45PM. I know some of you were really watching, here it is!

    • Peggy Malone says:

      I am still waiting to sign up for the swap. I don’t want to miss it again.

    • Sharon Coates says:

      1. Sharon
      2. Des Moines, IA, USA
      3. Prefer USA only.
      4. 2.5 only
      5. 8 matching sets 2.5 .
      6. No newbie gifts, sorry.
      7. I have never swapped before. Currently working on charm quilt but lack variety to get past 1/3 of quilt. Your help would be greatly appreciated! Not sure the destination of the quilt, but want to lovingly use it myself. All my other quilts have left home shortly after completed!

  2. Mary Van Kleeck says:

    1. Mary
    2. Madison, WI USA
    3. Are you willing to swap with people in other countries? Yes
    4. 1.5 inches
    5. 8 Matching sets of 100
    6. None
    7. This is my first swap and I can’t wait to get started!!!

  3. Karin says:

    2.Glendale, AZ USA
    3.2.5 is what I have been cutting my scraps into, mostly – some smaller, but mostly 2.5.
    4.I am a newbie – both to quilting and to PSQs. I have a quilter friend in Wisconsin who has sent me some of her scraps so I could get started. I have made some small projects – potholders, little zippered bags and such and I have found that I love the scrappy look, which is what drew me to the postage stamps. Plus, I am frugal, so I like to use as many of my scraps as I can and this seems to be a perfect way! I have been sewing for eons, but just recently started looking for quilting projects.

  4. Lea Springer says:

    1. Lea
    2. Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada
    3. 2.5 inches
    4. This is the second year that I have read your posting re the swap. I am a beginning quilter so I do not have enough of a stash to share yet but mostly certainly hope to do so in the future. I hope to begin a postage stamp quilt to work on during the long winter (s)! And so I am requesting a newbie gift. Thank you so much and rest assured that I will acknowledge receipt with thanks!

  5. Pam Mamon says:

    1. Pam
    2. Tucson, AZ, USA
    3. Yes to other countries
    4. 2.5 inches
    5. 4 matching sets
    6. 2 newbie sets
    7. I finished a PSQ from a swap last year and LOVE it. Anxious to start another.

  6. Karen Long says:

    1. Karen
    2. Herndon, Va
    3. no other countries this time
    4. 2.5 squares
    5. 2 matching sets
    6. no newbie
    7. will make a laptop quilt when I have enough squares!

  7. Candice says:

    1. Candice
    2. Detroit, MI, USA
    3. Int’l? Yes, please!
    4. 2 inch
    5. 8 matching sets
    6. 4 newbie gifts
    7. I’m embarking on a queen PSQ as soon as may be!

  8. Shari says:

    1. Shari
    2. Rawdon, QC Canada
    3. 2 inch charms please so I can make a 1 inch project.
    4. Honestly, as a newbie quilter who is curious to make a psq I’m not sure yet what size. If I cannot wait to see a finished project, I will make a lapghan. If I can hold out for a bit, I will make a single sized quilt for my mom’s bed in the nursing home. And if I find I absolutely love psq’s I will graduate to a quilt for our kingsized bed. I was going to start with 2.5 inch, but really, it is the smaller size ones I want. So, challenge me! Longtime quilter who swaps with me…a quick thank you in advance for your generosity! I hope to one day forward the favour!

  9. Donna DuMouchel says:

    Hemet, Calif., USA
    No international, please
    2 inch
    8 matching sets
    No newbie gifts this time
    I’m in the middle of a queen-size “Country Lanes” quilt. As soon as that is done I will be starting on a Big Hug quilt (king size!!) for my son’s graduation from law school in 2015.

  10. Shirlene says:

    1. Shirlene
    2. Sterling, Colorado USA
    3. Yes, I will swap internationally
    4. 2.5 inch charms
    5. I have 5 matching sets to swap
    6. I am new at this so have no newbies right now.
    7. I plan to make a quillow with my postage stamp swaps.

  11. djmat says:

    D. J.
    Broken Arrow, OK, USA
    Yes to Int’l
    1.5” – 8 matching sets, 2 Newbie gifts
    2” – 8 matching sets, 4 Newbie gifts
    2.5” – 8 matching sets, no newbie gifts, sorry
    Almost finished with Salute to US States PSQ, started collecting for a color wash PSQ.
    All packed & ready to mail.

  12. 1- Linda
    2- Coralville, IA USA
    3- Yes Int’l.
    4- two inches.
    5- 8 matching sets
    6- 2 Newbie gifts.
    7- I have started a “Dancing Nines” PSQ, I’ve posted a progress picture on the flickr page.

  13. Sharon says:

    1. Sharon Jones
    2. Cloncurry QLD Australia
    3. Are you willing to swap with people in other countries? Yes
    4. 2 inches
    5. 8 Matching sets of 100
    6. Two newbie sets.
    7. Still a WIP – keep cuuting charms, but the quilt is growing 🙂
    7. This is my third swap

  14. Amy Hudson says:

    1. Amy
    2. Gray Court, SC USA
    3. International, yes please! (:
    4. 2.5″
    5. 8 matching sets
    6. 2 newbie gifts, 2.5″
    7. This is my first swap, and I am very excited! I hope to make a good size international PSQ throw.

  15. Bonnie Jourdan says:

    1. Bonnie
    2. Old Station, CA USA
    3. Yes I will mail international.
    4. 1.5″ & 2.5″
    5. 8 sets / 100
    6. No newbie this time.
    7. I REALLY hope to start my PS quilt this winter.

  16. Susan says:

    1. Susan
    2. Negaunee, MI, USA
    3. Not yet, this is my first swap.
    4. 2 inch
    5. 8 MATCHING
    6. No newbies, maybe next time.
    7. I am currently working on a PSQ for my son’s bed. I saw your Big Hug on Pinterest and fell in love with it! Mine won’t be that big. I have 32 blocks done so far and am thinking I will use a minimum of 56. I’m also going to use leftover binding from previous quilts so I’ll have a scrappy binding as well. When I’m done with his, I want to make one for myself. I have been collecting from friends and when I saw the swap, I thought this would be a fun thing to do. Thank you for creating the swap!

  17. Angela Bacon says:

    1. Angela
    2. Chico,ca
    3. Yes
    4. 2in
    5. 2 unique sets
    6. 1 newbie
    7. Working on a couch quilt!

  18. Carrie says:

    1. Carrie
    2. St. Charles, MO, USA
    3. Yes International!
    4. 2 1/2 inches
    5. 8 matching sets
    6. 2 newbie sets
    7. I’ve used mine from the last swap and my newbie gifts as leader/enders, hoping to work more on it soon.

  19. Bonnie Sharpe says:

    1. Gramma Bonnie
    2. Virginia, USA.
    3. No other countries at this time
    4. 2 inch charms
    5. One unique set to trade
    6. NO newbie sets (yet)
    7. First time swapper. Interested in making a postage stamp quilt in the future when I have enough.

  20. Debbie Meade says:

    1. Debbie
    2. New Carlisle, OH, USA
    3. International is fine!
    4. 2 inch
    5. Two matching sets
    6. None this time but hopefully on the next swap.
    7. First time swapper – collecting for a PSQ, unsure of size at this point! I have only been quilting for a year and thought I might be a newbie this time, but I’ve managed to collect over a hundred fabrics this year, and I’m so excited to be part of the swap! I’ve had it on my calendar – I didn’t want to miss out.

  21. Nancy says:

    1. Nancy
    2. Pittsburgh, PA USA
    3. Yes Int’l
    4. 1.5 ” — 8 sets
    2.0″ — 8 sets
    2.5″ — 8 sets
    5. Matching sets
    6. Newbie gifts — one set of each size
    7. Still collecting

  22. 1. Frances Cooley
    2. Elm City, NC
    3. Yes
    4. 1.5″-8 matching sets
    2.0″-8 matching sets
    2.5″-8 matching sets
    5. 8 matching sets
    6. Newbie gifts-5 sets

  23. 1. Patricia Faye
    2. Lake Hills TX USA
    3. Yes, international
    4. 2″
    5. 7 MATCHING sets of 2″ charms
    6. 7 Newbie Gifts of 2″ charms
    7. This is my 4th swap or 5th swap & I have completed 4 different quilt tops (just need to get them quilted) & also used some of the 2″charms in other quilt. My goal is to get the 4 quilt tops quilted before the end of this year!

  24. JLVerde says:

    1. Jen
    2. Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, USA
    3. Yes, will swap international
    4. 2.5 inch
    5. 4 matching sets
    6. No newbies, sorry
    7. Still working on my first quilt. I love this swap. Thank you for hosting this.

  25. Sheri Wonderling says:

    1 Sheri
    2 Clarion Area, Pennsylvania USA
    3 I would be happy with any size gifted set. but i guess if i have to pick one it would be 1.5″
    4. A true postage stamp quilt with the smallest of scraps is on my bucket list. I am currently working on a ” Scrappy” blue and cream irish chain. Thank you for offering this swap. I hope that by the next swap i will be more of a donator.

  26. Karla Pagan says:

    1. Karla
    2. Butler PA USA
    3. 2″ squares will work best with what i am already cutting,
    4. I am a very new quilter and only have a few scraps from what i aquired from Ebay and a quilting sister, I hope to do a postage stamp quilt. I just dont have enough differnt fabrics to be completely different. Thank you in advance to all that are so thoughtful to gift to us newbies….

    • Karla Pagan says:

      I am sorry i used the wrong email in my first post i was not thinking right can you please use the email from this post instead thank you the other one was hacked and I can no longer get into it.

  27. Lois Olsen says:

    1. Lois
    2. Duns Creek NSW Australia
    3. International
    4. 2 inch
    5. 8 matching sets
    6. 8 newbie sets
    7. Various projects including PS, but not entirely PS

  28. viki daviau says:

    1. viki
    2. santa ysabel, ca.
    3. u.s.a.
    4. 2.5 inch
    5. 2 matching sets
    6. no newbie sets until next swap
    7. got the idea for p.s. quilts from this group. when i found a bunch of scraps i decided to make one for my best friend. the colors were rather dull so i decided to put that one aside and use my brighter colors and many from quilts i had already made for her. then, lo and behold, i spy this swap. now continuing to cut for my friend’s quilt, 2 sets to swap and one of each fabric to make samplers. what fun!

  29. mego98125 says:

    I would love to receive a NEWBIE set to get started. My stash is growing and I’ll be ready in the next round to SWAP!
    1. Megan
    2. Seattle, WA, USA
    3. 2 inches
    4. I want to make a postage stamp quilt!

  30. How wonderful that you can carry on with the tradition your grandmother shared!

  31. Sharon Bass says:

    1. Sharon
    2. Auburn, AL, USA
    3. International, yes
    4. 2.5 inches
    5. 4 matching sets
    6. No newbies this time
    7. Working on my second postage stamp quilt. Just finished a king size one and decided to start again.

  32. Elizabeth Carter says:

    1. Liz
    2. Dartmouth, Nova Scotia Canada
    3. 2 inch charms.
    4. I’m a newbie and I really enjoy the scrappy quilt look. I figure it will be years before I collect enough “stash” to indulge . Thanks to all the tips you have posted it may not take as long as I thought. My son and his wife will be celebrating their 5th anniversary next August and I hope to have a queen size quilt ready to suprise them.. Looking forward to seeing pics of all the progress.!
    Thanks for hosting, so glad I found you 🙂

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  34. 1. Lorene
    2. Mesa, AZ, USA
    3 International, not at this time
    4. 2 ”
    5. 8 matching sets
    6. no newbies at this time
    7 I am making a scrappy cheddar quilt from tattered garden blog. I am using a kona light pink for my center. I also want to make a

  35. Denise Woollard says:

    4.1.5 inch
    5 .8 matching sets
    6.2 newbies
    7. Still making my king? size quilt. Must really get back to it.

  36. Amanda Burch says:

    1. Amanda Burch
    2. Hampton Ga.
    3. 1.5 in
    4. My grandmother made a quilt back in the last 40’s with the same concept. I want to make one just as she did.

  37. Yvonne Stolk says:

    1. Yvonne
    2. Albion Park Rail, NSW. Australia
    3. Yes, International
    4. 2″
    5. 8 matching sets
    6. 2 newbie gifts
    7. My fading charms is still unfinished and I’m planning on another psq.

  38. Hello, Mary. I managed to get on-line, so here´s my application for the swap.
    1. Mimi
    2. Bratislava, Slovakia
    3. International
    4. 2″
    5. 2 unique sets, each 3 times (6 sets altogether)
    6. 4 newbie sets
    7. I have just finished my first 1000-piece 2-inch-charm top and I´m planning to start the next one.

  39. Bernie Hall says:

    1- Bernie Hall.
    2- Hesperus, Colorado
    3- Yes Int’l.
    4- 1.5 inches – 8
    2.0 inches – 8
    2.5 inches – 8
    5- 24 matching sets
    6- two Newbie l.5 size
    7- I am going to begin psqs in all three sizes and let the pattern be random. Can’t wait to get a few hundred charms back so I can get them goin!!!!!!!!!!!!

  40. Kim Cole says:

    1. Kim
    2. Orlando, FL USA
    3. Yes Int’l.
    4. 1.5″
    5. 2 matching sets
    6. 1 Newbie Gift 1.5″
    7. I going to make a king size quilt.

  41. joanne says:

    1. Joanne
    2. Brisco B.C. Canada
    3. Yes internatioal
    4. 2 inches
    5. 2 matching sets
    6. no nexbie sets this time
    7. This is my fist swap and very excited. I am torn be between an irish chain or watercolour.

  42. Debby says:

    1. Debby
    2. Southeast, Texas, USA
    3. No Int’l
    4. 2 1/2 inches
    5. 8 matching sets
    6. 2 matching newbie sets
    7. Making 900 square, tied, lap quilts for Christmas gifts.
    Repeat partners are ok with me. I have 20 fabrics duplicated from the last swap but 80 are new.

  43. Nina Talbrant says:

    1. NIna Talbrant
    2. Boraas, Sweden
    3. Yes, international
    4. 2 inch
    5. 8 matching sets
    6. 4 sets 2 inch and 4 sets 2.5 inch (but I have more for newbies if interested)
    7. My first PSQ will soon be quilted. The top can be seen at Flickr pages. I dream of making a simple jacket for my next PSQ-project. Repeat partners are much OK to me.
    Hope also that a new friend of mine will join too to this obsession.

  44. Merry Walkner says:

    1- Merry
    2- Brooklyn Park, MN, USA.
    3- No Int’l.
    4- two sets of each size
    5- all sets unique
    6- no Newbie gifts this time.
    7- Nothing with PSQ this year. I plan to make some prayer shawls with the one inch charms in Jan.

  45. Melissa Wilkie says:

    1: Melissa
    2: Longview, WA, USA
    3: YES
    4: 2.5″
    5:8 matching sets
    6: 1
    7: I started quilting 30 ish years ago with a 2.5″ quilt. The idea of swapping with lots of people is great for variety. I think I’ll make a queen size quilt. Just don’t know who I’m gonna give it to yet!

  46. Pam Losely says:

    1. Pam
    2.Culpeper, VA USA
    5. 4 unique sets
    6. 1 newbie
    7. I am working on a log cabin look 12 x 12 blocks with light on one corner and dark on the

  47. Lynn says:

    1. Lynn
    2.chehalis,wa usa
    3.will swap in or out of the u.s
    4. two inch squares
    5. Two unique sets
    6. One newbie gift
    7. I plan to make a lap sized quilt. I liked the photo of the quilt using the 2 inch squares around the larger red squares.

  48. Cathy Kieser says:

    Hello Mary, I would love to do the swap AGAIN, but got too much on my plate right now. I have loved doing the swap in the past, and encourage ALL you swappers to do your best!. It is soooo fun to get all the little charms in the mail. Just like Christmas. I am still sewing mine together with my granddaughters help. We are making blocks of same color families.
    My reason for the reply is that I never did get my charms from a lady named (edited). I dont remember her last name, as I threw all my information away. Maybe you got the past info on it, but I have emailed her and you Mary and never did get a reply, so just let it go.
    I really dont expect to still get them, not big deal, but just want to encourage you ALL to please try to meet your swappers needs. Thanks and have fun!

  49. Janine says:

    1. Janine
    2. Niagara Falls, NY
    3. No international
    4. 2.5″
    5. 8 matching sets
    6. No newbie gifts
    7. A PSQ twin size

  50. Peggy Malone says:

    1. Peggy
    2.Slaton, TX, USA
    3. Yes, International
    4. Two and one half inches
    5. 6 matching sets
    6. Two Newby Sets
    7. I am so excited about the swap. I know it will be fun and interesting, So sorry I have bugged you, I was so afraid I would miss the sign up. Thank you so much for your time and hard work on this program, that you so freely give. I will find a perfect pattern for the fabric and start ASAP

    • Remember, you do not need a pattern, they are optional! Try just sewing blocks like in my demonstration. They can then be sashed or not, and you will have a traditional, random-style PSQ quilt!

  51. 1. Jen
    2. Freeport, PA, USA
    3. No international this time
    4. 2-inch squares
    5. Four (4) matching sets
    6. No newbie gifts this time
    7. This is my fourth time participating. I have only a few blocks pieced at this time. I am now aiming for a twin-sized quilt. Thanks so much for your hard work on arranging these swaps.

  52. Iris says:

    1. Iris
    2. Koeln, Germany
    3. Yes, international
    4. 1.5″ and 2″
    5. 1.5″: 8 matching sets and 2″: one set
    6. 1 newbie set 1.5″
    7. Still working on my first PSQ. Repeat swappers are welcome – fresh charms waiting to travel abroad.
    Thank you Mary for organizing another swap.

  53. Amy Fritzinger says:

    1) Amy
    2) Buffalo, NY, USA
    3) No International at this time
    4) 2.5 inches
    5) 4 matching sets
    6) 1 Newbie gift
    7) First time swapping- in the middle my first ps quilt and need some new fabrics to include.

  54. vicki says:

    Henderson, Nevada
    Yes to International
    I want to collect all sizes 🙂
    no sets
    I am a newby
    Is there a date for the next swap….this way I can start cutting now?
    I just found out yesterday and know it would be best to wait.
    I would love a newby set but only if everyone else is taken care of first…
    Hugs and peace unto all

  55. jfruehwirth says:

    1. Jane
    2. Brandon, SD, USA
    3. Yes to international
    4. 2 inch
    5. 7 matching sets
    6. 1 newbie gift of 2 inch
    7. First time swapping thanks to my friend

  56. Debi Foster says:

    2.Harriman, TN USA
    3.Interested in collecting 2 inch charms.
    4.I would like to start on a lap quilt using the 2″ charms, and hope I won’t find it overwhelming. Thanks for the chance to get started.

  57. Ashley Parnell says:

    1. Ashley
    2. Denver, CO, USA
    3. 2 Inch charms
    4. I have always wanted to start quilting and love that charm quilt, so I would love to start making my way towards making one of those.

  58. Kim Collins says:

    1. Kim
    2. Calgary, AB, Canada
    3. Yes to international
    4. 2 ” charms
    5. 8 matching sets, one unique set
    6. 1 newby set
    7.First time swapping with this group. Have swapped with small group and on swap bot. Planning to make a royal progression quilt (?) that I saw on your flicker page. Thanks for organizing this!!!

  59. Lisa says:

    I posted last night, but I don’t see it posted. I apologize if this is a duplicate.

    1. Lisa
    2. North Tonawanda, NY
    3. Yes
    4. 2.5 inch
    5. 8 matching sets
    6. No newby sets
    7. I am going to make a full size PS quilt

  60. Jenny Head says:

    1. Jenny
    2. Auburn, AL USA
    3. International, Yes
    4. 2.5 iches
    5. 4 matching sets
    6. No newbies
    7. A fellow quilter introduced me to this swap. I like quilts using odd-and-ends. Looking forward to participating in my first swap ever.!

  61. Jeannie says:

    1. Jeannie
    2. Garretson SD. USA
    2. Yes to international
    4. 2 inch charms
    5. 8 matching sets
    6. 4 newbies 2″
    7. Second time on the swap. Still working on my 1st psq and hoping to be able to finish the top soon, so I can hand quilt it over the winter. I need about 500 more or so. Thank you for organizing this swap.

  62. Melissa Williamson says:

    2. Ferris Texas USA
    3. No, thanks on the foreign countries
    4. 2 inch squares please
    5. 8 Matching sets to exchange
    6. 2 NEWBIE GIFTS to share.
    7. Still working on my queen sized quilt. This is my leader ender project. Although, I think next I am going to do one of the Lil Miss Shabby stashbuster projects that uses 2″ squares.

  63. WARNING! This may be a duplicate post. Hope I’m in the right place this time.

    1. Beverly
    2. Pontiac, MI USA
    3. International, YES, YES, YES
    4. 2″
    5. 2 unique sets
    6. 2 newbie (1.5″) USA only
    7. Still collecting. I think I have enough for my quilt, but I’m afraid I’ll run short so I continue to join swaps 🙂

  64. Jeanne says:

    1. Jeanne J.
    2. Conyers, Georgia, USA
    3. Yes to international
    4. 2.5″ squares
    5. 8 sets, each set has no repeats, but can have the same fabric from set to set. They are not identical sets.
    6. No newbies this time.
    7. This is my first swap. I appreciate the Newbie sets from the spring.

  65. Sue says:

    1. Sue
    2. Pakenham, ON, Canada
    3. Yes
    4. 2″
    5. 3 matching sets
    6. 1
    7. Still collecting enough to start a project.

  66. stacy mccaw says:

    Stacy McCaw
    Manassas, VA, USA
    7 matching sets
    Working on a queen size irish chain. Hope to have enough after the swap to complete the project.
    My first swap and very excited to send and receive the little treasures!

  67. Amanda Burch says:

    Hampton, GA
    2 inches
    I want to make a postage stamp quilt like my grandmother made for us.

  68. Susanne Diacopoulos says:

    1. Susanne
    2. Sydney, Australia
    3. Yes International
    4. 1.5″
    5. 2 (mostly) matching sets
    6. 1 newbie gift
    7. I was a newbie last time and received a great kick-start to my PSQ collection – thanks ladies! Looking forward to paying the favour forward to another newbie this time. 🙂 I’m planning a colour-wash quilt so need to build up my stash a bit more before I can start piecing.

  69. Lee says:

    1. Lee
    2. Calgary, AB, Canada
    3. Yes International
    4. 2.5″ charms
    5. 2 unique sets
    6. working on a rainbow PSQ as a leader ender project. (if possible, i prefer no or only a novelty prints) I participated last year and loved it. I made two variations of PSQ’s quilts last year! I look forward to making more.

  70. Carol Weingart says:

    1. Carol
    2. North Troy, Vermont USA
    3. Yes
    4. 1.5 inch
    5. 3 sets

  71. Belinda Johnson says:

    1. Belinda
    2. Scotland, PA USA
    3. No International at this time
    4. 2.5″
    5. 1 set of 100 with no duplicates
    6. no newbe gift this time, need to build my stash first.

  72. 1.Sherry
    2. Fremont, NE
    3.Yes International
    4.1 1/2″ 3 sets matching
    2″ 4 sets matching
    2 1/2″ 2 sets matching
    6. Not this time.
    7. Working on my 1st Postage stamp quilt.

  73. 1. Angela
    2. Atlanta GA
    3. Yes to international
    4. 2.5″ charms
    5. 3 matching sets
    6. 1 Newbie gift
    7. Just collecting for now

  74. Vicki Walch says:

    1. Vicki
    2. Iowa City, Iowa
    3. Yes to international
    4. 2.5″ charms
    5. I have 1000 squares all together. There are 5 matching stacks of 200 squares each, so each stack has two unique sets. I think that makes two groups of 5 matching sets. Let me know if this is confusing!
    6. 1 newbie gift
    7. I’m thinking I’ll use the more contemporary prints to make a postage stamp quilt and the traditional prints for English paper piecing (just took a class…). We’ll see how that works out!

  75. 1. Terry Truesdale
    2. Russellville, SC
    3. Yes
    4. 2 inch
    5. 4 unique, 4 matching
    6. 1 newbie
    7. These last squares will help me finish my first postage stamp quilt with well over 2000 in the quilt with some from the 2 previous swaps from all over the world!

  76. Whitney S. says:

    1- Whitney
    2- Augusta ,ME, USA.
    3- No Int’l.
    4- 2.5 inches.
    5- 4 matching sets
    6- 0 newbie gifts
    7- I am going to make EPP Hexagons with the squares and then sew up a pillow or quilt.

  77. Laura says:

    1. Laura
    2. Airdrie, Alberta Canada
    4.2 inch
    5.8 Matching
    6. 2 Newbie Gifts
    7. First Postage Stamp Quilt, a lap-size Rainbow Quilt, then maybe a larger quilt!

  78. christine horlbeck says:

    1. Christine
    2. Rehoboth, MA USA
    3. Yes
    4. 2.5, 2, 1.5
    1 unique set of EACH of the above sizes

  79. Janice says:

    1. Janice
    2. Tauranga, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand
    3. Prefer international
    4. 2.5″ charms please
    5. 4 matching sets of 100 to swap
    6. Two unique newbie gifts – 2.5″.
    7. I have a pattern for a queen-size quilt and have been collecting the materials I need. Life has been busy lately but I hope to start putting some blocks together in the near future.

  80. Heyes Helen says:

    1. Helen
    2. Newport News, Virginia, USA
    3. Yes
    4. 2.5
    5. Not sure how to write this, I have two unique sets of three matching (total of 6) and 2 other matching sets (I cut 3 pieces from 300 fabrics, since we can only swap 8 one of the 9 I cut will be split for newbie gifts)
    6. I can give 2 of 2 1/2
    7. I first read this in the spring and have been waiting to take part. I haven’t started anything.

  81. Lisa Overby Blosser says:

    1. Lisa
    2. Moorhead MN USA
    3. I am a newbie. I would love to try and negin a postage stamp quilt. I would be open to any size, but think 2.5 might be my favorite if there are enough in that size. Thank you so much for this wonderful opportunity! My first time-cant wait.

  82. Samantha says:

    1. Samantha
    2. New South Wales, Australia
    3. Yes
    4. 2″ charms
    5. 2 matching sets + 2 matching sets (4 in total)
    6. 2 newbie sets (2″ charms)
    7. Started 2 PSQ…finished neither!
    Thanks for doing this again Mary, it really must do your head in!!!

  83. Mary Ellen Brace says:

    1. Mary Ellen
    2. St. Louis MO USA
    3. NO Int’l
    4. 2.5 inches
    5. 7 matching sets
    6. No newbie sets at this time
    7. No sewing s just beginning to collect

  84. Ivona says:

    1- Ivona
    2- Dunajska Streda, Slovakia
    3- Yes Int’l.
    4- 2 inches.
    5- 8 matching sets
    6- no Newbie gifts at this time
    7- I hope to start PSQ this winter.

  85. 1. Marie
    2. New South Wales, Australia
    3. Yes Int’l
    4. 2 inch
    5. 8 matching sets
    6. One 1-1/2″ newbie gift, One – 2″ newbie gift
    7. I was a newbie last time and I appreciated all the lovely newbie gifts to help get me started. Just love looking at all the different fabrics! Thank you to all the lovely people who gifted to me. I have started sewing the 2″ squares together. Still a beginning quilter here! Thank you djmat for your encouragement and Mary for your hard work!

  86. Patti Brooks says:

    1- Patti
    2- Calgary, Alberta, Canada
    3- Yes Int’l.
    4- two inches.
    5. Four matching sets
    6- two Newbie gifts.
    7- First time swapping here. Looking forward to seeing lots of lovely fabrics!

  87. raeleen Gladwell says:

    1. Raeleen
    2. Suffolk, UK
    3. Yes, international
    4. 2.5 inches
    5. 4 matching sets
    6. 1 newbie set
    7. Hope to start a PSQ very soon

  88. Karen S says:

    1. Karen
    2. Huntington Beach, CA, USA
    3. Are you willing to swap with people in other countries? Yes
    4. 2 inches
    5. 8 Matching sets of 100
    6. None
    7. I’m making progress on a simple PSQ quilt

  89. Rhonda Thistle says:

    1- Rhonda
    2- Courtice, Ontario, Canada
    3- Yes Int’l.
    4- two inches.
    5- three matching sets
    6- no Newbie gifts, maybe next time!
    7- Just started to gather charms for a PSQ, please don’t match me with people from Calgary, I have already swapped with a group from there and some of them are participating in this swap!

  90. Lydia W. says:

    1. Lydia
    2. Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA
    3. I’m thinking 2 inches, but am willing to cut 2 1/2″ if that is what most are generously donating.
    4. I currently just finished a black and white quilt top made up of 5″ squares. I am also trying out 12″ (ish) blocks made up of HSTs in different patterns. I want to make a psq quilt as well as a scrappy one, but simply do not have enough stash. I am beyond excited to have found this post today. I have recently discovered a love for quilting fabric, and it’s so nice to find others who share that. The first time I saw a psq was when I stumbled across your blog a couple months ago and discovered a picture of one of yours draped across a bench in your garden. Love. Love. Love. I can’t wait to make my own, and thank you in advance for everyone’s help!

  91. Lori Summers says:

    1. Lori
    2. Roanoke, Texas, USA
    3. What size charms you are collecting 2 inch please.
    4. I’m a newbie. Been quilting for almost 4 years but have only made a few quilts. I’ve been wanting to start a PSQ but need to increase my stash dramatically if I want to start on it anytime soon! Hopefully next time I can swap.

  92. Jan Wolf says:

    1. Jan
    2.Davis, CA, USA
    3.Yes to International!
    4. 2.5 inch
    5. I have 2 Newbie sets to give
    6. I have 2 matching sets to swap
    7. I’ve been quilting for 8 years and I have a bad case of S.A.B.LE. (Stash Aquisition Beyond Life Expectancy) and would LOVE to share the wealth!
    I’ve never made a PSQ before . I’m hoping to create one as a Leader- Ender quilt a la Bonnie Hunter.

  93. Mary Estelle says:

    1. Mary Estelle (double name)
    2. Tolar, Texas
    3. Yes to international
    4. 2.5 squares
    5. 2 matching sets
    6. No newbie gifts right now
    7. Starting my first psq…very excited!

  94. Holly Harvey says:

    2.Verbank, NY, USA
    3. Yes, International.
    4. 2.5″
    5. 6 matching sets
    6. No newbies at this time
    7. I have not decided what to do with my charms just yet. I am considering alternating some stamp blocs with som “wonky, scrappy” star block.

  95. Shawn Briggman says:

    2 in
    I will make a lap quilt. I’m a newbie.

  96. Lou Wonna says:

    1. Lou Wonna
    2. Garretson, SD USA
    3. Yes to international
    4. 2.0
    5. 8 matching sets
    6. no newbies
    7. Want to make pillow shams with postage stamps and my daughter told me of this swap.

  97. juniperquilts says:

    1. Debbie
    2. Arlington, Texas
    3. yes
    4. 2.5″
    5. 8 matching
    6. no
    7. a quilt, lapsize

  98. Kathi Eubank says:

    1. Kathi
    2. Hot Springs Village, AR, USA
    3. No
    4. 1.5
    5. 3 matched sets
    6. None
    7. I just finished a queen-size quilt with 1.5 inch squares and need to replenish my stash.

  99. Kristi says:

    Newbie Here & LOVE the Newbie Gift idea. So thoughtful for those of us trying to get started!
    1. Kristi
    2. Huntsville, AL US
    3. 2.5
    4. I am fairly new to quilting and brand new to PSQ. I’m so excited about getting started, though. I would love to use the squares to make a table runner for my mother’s formal dining table & give it to her for Christmas. I love the tips and can’t wait to use them.

  100. Lyn Smith says:

    1. Lyn
    2. Qld, Australia
    3. Yes int’l
    4. 2.0″ & 1.5″
    5. 8X2.0″ matched sets
    3X1.5″ matched sets
    6.Newbies 5X2.0″
    7. Really love collecting all these charms, but I do have a PSQ on the go.

  101. Darlene Reed says:

    1. Darlene
    2. Eagle River, WI, USA
    3. 2″ charms
    4. New to quilting. Very little stash. Been saving cutoffs from other projects. Would like to make a crib size or throw.

  102. Astrid says:

    1. Astrid
    2. Mauritius
    3. Yes to int’l
    4. 2 inch and 2.5 inch
    5. 5x matching (2″) and 4x matching (2.5″)
    6. Newbies: 2 inch 5x and 2.5 inch 2x
    7. Started to sort charms from earlier swaps on colors, but it goes amazingly slow. Hopefully beginning of next year – when other things have calmed down a bit – I can start sewing the charms together.

  103. 1. Sherry
    2.Fremont NE
    3. no, international on these sets
    4.5 additional matching 1.5 inch sets (posted 3 earlier
    and cut 5 more quick).
    5. Matching.
    6. not this time
    7. working on my first.

  104. Maureen Massey says:

    2.North Augusta, SC USA.
    3. 2.5 charms.
    4.My sister-in-law made a beautiful bed size coverlet using 2.5″ hexies. I’ve started one with scraps my friends had but I don’t have enough of my own fabric to have each hexie a different fabric. I’m hand sewing them together and it’ll probably take years to collect enough fabric to finish but I’m having fun!

    • Maureen, check on your size. If you want hexies that are 2.5 inches across from point to point, charms might not work for you (no seam allowance.)

      But if you are doing 2″ hexies (point to point, one inch on each side) the 2.5″ size charm works well!

  105. Brooke Lindenman says:

    1. Brooke
    2. Grinnell, IA
    3. No international this time, please.
    4. Two inch charms.
    5. 7 sets of matching charms.
    6. One newbie gift.
    7. I have about 15 8 square by 8 square blocks completed from my own stash and previous swaps, working on piecing those to make a very scrappy postage stamp quilt.

  106. Dawne Michaud says:

    1. Dawne
    2. Calgary, Alberta, Canada
    3. Yes, international is fine, but not to Calgary or Courtice, please. We’ve already swapped! 🙂
    4. 2 inches
    5. Two unique sets, six matching sets
    6. None, sorry.
    7. I’d love to do one like yours at the top of this page! It’s outstanding!

    I’m hoping you’ll be willing to host another swap for us next year. This is so fun!

  107. Ada Dalley says:

    1] Ada
    2] Newfoundland, Canada
    3] Canada & International,
    4] 2 inch & 2.5 inch Charms
    5] 6 matching 2 inch sets from Canada , 2 matching 2 inch sets Int’l
    2 matching 2.5 inch sets Int’l
    6] 2 newbies, any size
    7]Thanks to USA Quilts . I am making 1.5 in. quilt with charms I have swapped with you Gals

  108. Melba says:

    1- Melba
    2- Atlanta, GA
    3- Yes to international
    4- 2.5 inches
    5- 8 sets… will reply update about the type of sets
    6- none to share yet
    7- Want to make a postage stamp quilt
    Very excited to join the swap!
    One question – did not see thst date that they should be turned in. Please let me know.


    • Melba, welcome to the swap!

      You do not “turn them in” on this swap. You mail them directly to your swap partners.

      After the swap closes tonight, it will take me a few days to sort that all out. Once I have it, I email everyone with their list of partners, including their email addresses. Then you contact each other for mailing addresses.

      I ask that you have the sets ready now so everyone is ready to mail when they get the address info in a few days!

      I encourage you to read the sign-up post in it’s entirety, so there are no surprises for you later!

  109. Rene' Trahan says:

    1. Rene’
    2. Waddell, AZ
    3. Yes
    4. 2″
    5. 8 matching sets
    6. None
    7. PSQ top started – unsure what size at this time. Thanks for hosting Mary!

  110. Melissa W. says:

    Can someone please tell me if I did sign up to do the 2.5″ swap so that I can make sure to have the 8 sets plus the newbie sets I think I signed up for ready? ???

    • Melissa,

      According to your comment, you signed up to swap 8 sets of 2″ charms. You also stated that you have 4 Newbie sets to share!

      But earlier you had signed up differently. So you have every reason to be confused! Let’s sort it out over email.

      Best of luck, glad you are in the swap. All the partner emails will be heading out very soon!

      – Mary

  111. Melissa Williamson says:

    I think we have two Melissa W’s

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