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Thread: Its Time for Christmas

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    Jerrie's Avatar
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    I made my Christmas present last year and i am doing it again this year so i don't know what to do i made Table runners, garbage bad dispensers and hot pads. I was thinking a Lap quilt it is for my Mother, sister , 2 niece and 1 daughter any ideas would be appreciated

    Thanks

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    With everyone and everything going green these days you could always make reusable market bags. You could even quilt some using Insul-Bright as the batting for cold food items! There are tons of patterns online for them but if you don't find one you like grab a reusable the next time you are in the store and rip it apart and use it!

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    you could make some cool Christmas ornaments, reversible table runner one side Christmas, other valentine etc.

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    appliqued dish towels, tote/shopping bags, ornaments, pin cushions (for those quilty friends:))throw pillows, tumbling block blocks...sky is the limit...

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    Quote Originally Posted by justwannaquilt
    With everyone and everything going green these days you could always make reusable market bags. You could even quilt some using Insul-Bright as the batting for cold food items! There are tons of patterns online for them but if you don't find one you like grab a reusable the next time you are in the store and rip it apart and use it!
    Boy, I like that idea, I'm taking that one Thanks

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    I always love to make Christmas presents too -- but what do you make grandkids who have everything and then some who have nothing??

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewjoyce
    I always love to make Christmas presents too -- but what do you make grandkids who have everything and then some who have nothing??
    I spy bags!

    http://rosie-baby-crafty.blogspot.co...-spy-bags.html

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