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Thread: so, show us what quilting goody santa brought you!

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    so, show us what quilting goody santa brought you!

    I got the Gidget portable sewing table...it is too tall for me to use my stability chair at, so I am testing out all of the chairs in the house to find the perfect fit!

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    What I got wasn't for sewing, but it's a remote starter for my Grand Cherokee! Which was what I really wanted but didn't expect to get!
    Regina in Richmond, KY

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    I got a lot of quilty gifts. The new Go dies, a portable sewing table, jelly rolls, layer cakes, several new quilt books with specialty rulers and my stocking was filled with thread and decorative buttons. I signed up for a BOM for 2012 from Homestead Hearth. My DGD gave me a set of watercolor pencils for fabric painting and lots of zebra print yarn so I could crochet an afghan for her. LOL.
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    I got a Carol Doak book and ruler and an assortment of Gutterman thread.

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    I have been looking at a quilt kit at LQS, but it is $100 and then I have to buy the book with the pattern. They are going to have a sale starting tomorrow, so Santa and I are going to go get it when the sale is on. I hate paying that much, but it is Batik material and quite large.

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    I have remote start on my van...have had it since I got the van...of course back then I lived out in the Alaska bush and this time of year -40 is the average temp! It is handy here in OK as well..when it gets to be 90+ outside in the summer!

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    I got a nice tapestry rolling case for my sewing machine and some cash for the LQS sale that starts on Wednesday.
    Sunnie
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    I got several nice pantographs, extensions for my cutting table legs, and a 3/8 inch thick piece of plexiglass for drawing designs for quilting. I also got a beautiful wall hanging from one of my quilting friends as part of our guild Christmas exchange. Wow!
    Beth in Maryland

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    I got the Apple Core die for my Accuquilt Go and a sizeable (!) gift certificate for the LQS!
    No one has ever become poor by giving. - Anne Frank
    Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. - Martin Luther King, Jr.

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    my stocking was stuffed with all the little things i run out of---sewing machine needles- a new seam ripper- needle threaders, rotory blades-new fiscar scissors- balls of perle cotton- new marking pencils-and template pencils-
    everything i need and use all the time-but hate spending my money on IT WAS GREAT!
    hiding away in my stash where i'm warm, safe and happy

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