Have these items for swap. I'm open to swapping for plants, plant stuff, or knitting stuff like patterns or needles or notions.
1 set Susan Bates circular needles (quicksilvers), 24", size 6 (how I wound up with 2 of these, I'll never know), in original package but I'm sure I used them
a brand-new SanDisk MobileMate MS. I bought it to read my SD card from my new camera but I erred; it's the wrong reader. I opened the package so of course I can't return it. I never used it. It'll come with everything and it can be registered at the SanDisk website for the full warranty. Original retail cost is $19.95.
2 absolutely new Exo3 iPod covers in JackO, a glow- in-the-dark orange. These fit the 3rd generation iPods up to 30 GB.
No hostas thanks, it'll bring in the deer!
I didn't make a real want-list; if not knitting stuff, than house plants. I like bromeliads, cordylines, unusual succulents. LOL, will we ever warm up? I had to e-mail Buried Treasure to hold my order for another month!
Aaargh, just bought a set of a dozen pairs (they're cute, look like little teddy bears). I like sock patterns, especially for sport-weight yarn (gauge 6 1/2 to 7 sts/in) and especially in a lace or textured (not colorwork) pattern. I'd swap for a nice sock pattern.
Opened the plastic thingie, they won't take it back 'cause it was opened. The plastic was so hard to open I wound up slicing off a bit of the instruction book. Not any of the printed area, but still a bit of paper is gone. They can't sell it. I hate plastic clamshell wrappers.
Well that is lame. I have taken things in that type of packaging back before. I hate that packaging also. I guess since I used to work at a service desk I saw people get to return things that I would never have taken back so I argue about it more now. I suppose the instruction book part makes a difference..
A columnist wrote about going to buy a pair of pliers in order to open one of those things - the pliers came wrapped the same way so he threw the pliers under the wheels of a bus! forgot how he open the thing he really wanted. It was recounted in last week's NY Times.