Moving House!

English: "Moving to Prince George". ...

English: “Moving to Prince George”. Moving a house from Central Fort George to Prince George, 1913. A man is on the roof to lift telephone wires.British Columbia, Canada. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Just a short post to let everyone know that I am moving house this week.  

My Internet is being disconnected tomorrow morning & won’t be connected at the new house until wednesday the 9th October.

Shops!

All 3 shops will remain open during this time, & any orders placed during this week will be processed & shipped on the 10th October once the Internet has been reconnected.

Also any emails or messages sent via any of the shop accounts or directly to my email will be answered as soon as I am back on the air.

Thank You!

Thank you for your patience & understanding.  

🙂

Until next week …

Moving Day (film)

Moving Day (film) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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About Mignon

Hi, I’m Mignon Prider, the author and creator of Nittens and Patches, otherwise know as Mignon Prider Design. I design soft toy sewing patterns with Playful Concepts. I live on the Fleurieu Peninsula in South Australia with my family and Gorgeous George, our feisty devon rex cat. This blog is my home base – the hub for everything I make and design. This is where I share news about my new plushie sewing patterns, the tips, hints and techniques I have learnt over the years and record my journey of learning how to design my own plushie patterns. For more information, please see my Bio page. Mignon =)
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2 Responses to Moving House!

  1. Allison Dey says:

    Hope your move is smooth and easy. The old photo of the horse-drawn house is hilarious isn’t it?

    • Mignon says:

      Thanks Allison, all moved in. It was a bit ruff, left all the accessories to my Kenwood Chef in the house but thankfully we were able to get them back. Just have to get the bond back now, apparently our window cleaning is not up to their standards 😦

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