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Thread: Quilted Christmas gift ideas?

  1. #21
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    My favors are rice bags, baked potato bags, and aprons.

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    boomwooshblahh,

    If you like the idea of tote bags, you can try making them in a large size and call it a reuseable grocery bag. The idea is very "green" right now.

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    This is a good gift for a child.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-55050-1.htm

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    Super idea!

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    Last year I made a bunch of steno pad covers with my stash. Then the gal who posted the pattern also added taking a scrap of the fabrics and wrapping the inside of a pen to slide into the loops on the cover. I found the least expensive yet rather large steno pads at Wally World $1/pad. Everyone I gave these to loved them and use them for special notes. One friend writes all her net. passwords/sites in hers. Another friend lists all her Dr. phone #s and other important #s in it. She is the least organized, but this has been a real help to her. She can find the book anywhere b/c I made hers out of bright floral fabric. I don't remember the site where the tute was listed but bing it and you can find it.

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    Potholders for the women, are great to use up scraps.
    Stockings for the kids, simple easy project.
    For the quys how about those TV remote pockets that lay across the arm of a chair?

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