I'm sorry that your package hasn't been listed. This has not happened often at all, but on the couple of occasions that it has, we have gathered that it is possibly down to human error rather than the parcel not actually arriving. We have to keep track of thousands of parcel and sometimes one may be inadvertently missed. I can assure you that post rarely goes missing. Please continue to send your parcels. Sometimes as well, the backlog means that your parcel may appear on a list much later than you sent it. Again, sorry for the worry.
Hi Evelyn I didn't know how to accept a friend! Thank you for asking.It looks as though you loved the SI I lived in Christchuch for 8 years, Dunedin for 23 and Nelson for 3! I am orginally from Auckland. It would be great to meet up I was meant to meet up with Annette but our year has ben a difficult one.Hopefuly summer will be better.
Thank you Annette. No, I'm not in Auckland. I've just returned from a tour of South Island, NZ. Panoramic scenery. I live in Melbourne. I do frequent Auckland to visit a close friend who lives there. Will let you know when I next plan to visit Auckland. Perhaps, we (& Susan Gillman) could meet then.
Though just a beginner, I'm enjoying knitting and am making effort to find time to knit as often as I can. Besides knitting, I spend time attending to my veggie plot. It's indeed a challenge trying to juggle between these and a full-time job. Best wishes.
Good to have you as a friend. I've just come back from a trip to HK! Have done no knitting at all since beginning of December. Sounds as if you have been a lot busier than me.
Are you in Auckland? Susan Gillman and I are planning to have some time together in the near future - you are welcome to join us if you are interested.
Thanks for your reply. As I'm beginner, I'll stick to the simple ones for now, i.e., more squares, full baby/toddler blankets and square vests. I feel privileged to be part of KAS and am enjoying the challenge of knitting. Warm regards, Evelyn
This item will allow Knit-a-Square to pay our wonderful co-team workers – the Gogos (grandmothers) – to sew the squares received from across the globe into blankets for the children. $5 US will pay for 4 blankets to be stitched together.
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