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Started by Lyn Yvette Gardiner. Last reply by Maureen (Maudie) Anne Bryan Jul 11.
Started by Jypsi Mabbott. Last reply by Tricia Hughes Jun 20.
Started by Allison Winter. Last reply by Susan Goode May 9.
Hi to All.....Important info, please click on this link......
Yes, Tricia, pretty hard to knit when the temps are in the 30's and 40's.
summer knitting can be a challenge with sweaty hands and all. I often switch to sewing for "dress a girl" but an excellent time to get end of season wool. Dont forget the Op shops, double bounty as you are donating to a cause at the same time.
LOL, everything 'comes back in fashion'....eventually.....lol.
HI Bev Jeffrey, no number 5, but first for this couple. This daughter in law has been the only one interested in hand knits, apparently they are very vintage
Sure is, Tricia....making a difference, one square at a time. :))
Is this your first grandbaby?
Gosh I am so slow, 2.5 squares done in between baby knitting for grandbaby due October. I guess 2 is better than none and each one is a wish to the world to make peoples lives better.
Hi again, Everyone. Linda has posted a new inventory form, which is hoped will assist in avoiding those exorbitant and pesky customs duties in South Africa. Here is the link. http://forum.knit-a-square.com/forum/topics/2015-revised-packing-slip
If you know of other KASers who post parcels, but don't log into the forum and therefore may not be aware of these forms or the issues we have had with SA customs charging duty to Ronda and the Team, please, please, share this form and relevant info with them. Team South Africa really does work on a shoestring and any extra charges, such as customs duties can really 'break the bank'. Thanks everyone. Happy knitting/crocheting.....and thank you for all that you do. :))
Hi to all you WONDERFUL contributors from Oz and NZ. I am copying/pasting to our group a VERY IMPORTANT message that Pam and Linda have received from Ronda in South Africa. Please take heed and spread the word to other Oz/NZ forum members that may not be a member of our group
Note from Pam:
This week another 10 parcels had to be returned for re-assessment because people had placed values such as $50 on their parcels - South African Customs are desperate to raise funds and the bill for these ten parcels was assessed at $1300 ($105.50) - if these parcels do not come back with a reasonable assessment, they they will have to remain with SA Customs, who will most likely dispose of them, which would be a shame, and, a waste of some kind-hearted person's effort & postage.
Knit-a-Square is so strapped for cash, we simply cannot pay for parcels that have these estimated and inflated values!
Please tell as many people as possible the need for the change of the parcel declaration to "BONA FIDE GIFT FOR CHARITY - NO COMMERCIAL" that needs to be on the front of all parcels, and, please please do not add a value of more than "1" on parcels - preferably "0"
Thanks for taking the time to read this and please spread the word.
What a great idea, Bev. Thanks for stepping up and offering to do this.
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