Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Pay It Forward

This PIF exchange is a payment forward that started with Annica in Stockholm, Sweden. She has a lovely blog if you'd like to go see.

This is how it works:

"I will send a handmade gift to the first 3 people who leave a comment on my blog requesting to join this PIF exchange. I don’t know what that gift will be yet and you may not receive it tomorrow or next week, but you will receive it within 365 days, that is my promise! The only thing you have to do in return is pay it forward by making the same promise on your blog."

So, join the PIF exchange and leave a comment!

4 comments:

Anna said...

I'd love to have a piece of your work and will happily consider something similar - in the next month or so!

Joline said...

I would love to take part in this! Your work is beautiful and I would love to receive a gift from you. I do not have a blog yet but I plan to start one in January, after Christmas is over. I will gladly carry on the PIF project on my blog once it's up.

The items I make are hand-knit and felted zipper pouches with needle felted designs and fabric lining. My first completed one can be seen on my flickr here:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/18209045@N02/sets/72157603391293858/

Please let me know if it would be okay for me to be included in this project.

Thanks a lot,
Joline

Joline said...

Hi Ruth,

I have looked back here a few times and I haven't seen any reply posts. I did just see that you left a message on my picture on Flikr. I'm sorry, I'm very new to blogs, not too sure how they work to be honest.

Anyway, if this is still available, I would love to take part. I can email you my address or something...?

Ruth said...

Joline - the way you are signed up in blogger, I can't reply to you which is what I would have normally done. I did write a post on my blog specifically for you and left a note on your flikr account. You need to change your google account to allow replys to your e-mail address. Then I can send you a personal e-mail and you can send me your snail mail address. I will gladly send you a piece of my work but I need your address.