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    Senior Member Toni C's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by gail-r View Post
    Dear Santa, Please bring me a fat stash of fabric and a skinny body for Christmas and please don't get them confused. I have been mostly good. Gail
    Ditto. Please define good. Thank you Santa! Toni

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    Quote Originally Posted by TinaRibena View Post
    As a newbie to quilting, with an extremely well trained husband, I'm hoping for a few small items in my stocking; acrylic rulers and stuff. I already have a rotary cutter and mat and basic sewing things; is there anything else that I should suggest?
    100% cotton thread like Aurifil or King Tut's would also be something I'd love to see in my stocking. I may have just come up with some of my stocking stuffers. Who needs chocolate when you can have thread??
    Last edited by chris_quilts; 12-05-2012 at 12:25 PM.
    I meant to behave......but there were too many other options

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    My Santa (hubby) bought me my gift a little early, and I'm already enjoying it: A Juki TL2010Q machine!! Bless him!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fayzer View Post
    I asked for specialty threads and sewing tools. No one wants to buy those items for me. They all asked for other sugestions. It is sad when no one listens when you tell them what you really want. Guess I'll be my own Santa Claus.

    I know the feeling exactly. So, I buy what I really want for myself and tell them the next things down on the list.

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    Im hoping for gc for fabric.
    what i really want is an embroidery machine.
    I make stuffed animals for the poor kids, and just found a german site that has faces for a bunch of dolls an animals. Those sacty eyes are expensive. Think how many kids i could make gifts for.

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    Hubby and I haven't exchange gifts for years, but this year I went up north to see my ggs being born and after a month of being gone I got a really nice surprise when I got home. He made me a brand new sewing desk all by himself and his very first one. I think I'll keep him around another year or two. P.S. I really love it. I'll send pic when I can finally get them on line.

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    Santa ordered my mega hoop from Going Batty (LQS). Yippee! Believe it or not, that was the least expensive place he could find it. Even on line was a almost hundred bucks more. Go figure, I thought sure it would be somewhere far away that would take forever to get here. It will be here in a week or so. I am so excited!

    Some of these santa gifts would be SO nice to get. I hope you all get lots of wonderful quilting gifts. I think my machines need servicing. Dang it! I hate shelling out that money at this time of year.

    "Take your needle, my child, and work at your pattern ... It will come out a rose by and by. Life is like that ...one stitch at a time, taken patiently."
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    Quote Originally Posted by hopetoquilt View Post
    My DH and I are not exchanging gifts; however, I put the accuquilt cutting machine and some dies on my amazon wish list just in case he changes his mind... LOL. otherwise, I will eventually buy them for myself when I see a major sale.
    You should also check out Quilters-warehouse.com. They have amazing prices for the Accuquilt.

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    Senior Member captlynhall's Avatar
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    Well, I went Christmas shopping Saturday and it seems the only one I bought for was me. Not quilt stuff, but things I had wanted a long time. While in Walmart looking for some things for the grandkids, I spotted an enameled cast iron dutch oven. I've wanted one for a long time, so I bought it. Then I got home and decided to once again check on line for a KitchenAid stand mixer. I have been looking for a couple of years, so I found the Arteson model on for $349 at Macy's. There was a $30 rebate and they deliver free. But I decided to check locally at Bed Bath & Beyond. They offered the same $349 price, plus the $30 rebate, and I had a coupon for 20% off. I also had $10 left on a gift card, so I was able to buy the mixer for $239.00. I am one happy camper.

    Next week I promise to shop for everybody else on my list.
    When a dying man asked his pastor "How long does it take to die?" his pastor's heartfelt reply was "A lifetime." Live life to the fullest, but stop now and then to enjoy the sunset.

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    Super Member Pat625's Avatar
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    I have told my children not to get me any gifts..THere are 14 grandkids and they should concentrate on them...If I have any money after Christmas, and moving the end of December, I will splurge and get what I really want..a table to work on. I bet my best gift this year will be from the secret santa exchange, and the smiles on the grandbabies faces

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