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Thread: What quilted or sewed gifts did you give for Christmas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lynnie View Post
    Can you sjow us the pattern, wemiht liketo make it too
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    I'll post the contact info here later in the day. It's from Sewing by the Sea in Trenton, Maine. The kit with the pattern and everything you need was $9.00 with Maine sales tax. I didn't think that was bad. The owner is very helpful and would probably ship it out to anyone interested.

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    I know I had to contact PatriceJ, a moderator, and she had to do something with my settings. Haven't had a problem since. You might try that.

    Quote Originally Posted by PolkaBabe View Post
    I made "Folded Tree Napkins". Would post a photo, but with this new set up I haven't been able to.

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    This year was crazy and I did not have time to make any gifts. I then ended up with the flu in December and wound up just giving gift cards! Did not feel the holiday spirit!
    last year though my mother in law and I made quilted professioinal totes for most of the women on our list. Phew! Such a detailed pattern that it took us two full sewing days to make two... After we completed about eight of them we swore we would never make another! Everyone loved them though so all the work was worth it!

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    Pot holders. Considering I did not have a patteren, they turned out pretty nice. I don't know how to post a picture or I would. sorry/

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    Table runners was all I did this year.
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    Lots2do the little baskets sound neat. I looked on the website and couldn't find them. Do you have a picture? Would love to see it. I need ideas for secret santa, quilt guild gifts etc.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by lots2do View Post
    I recently got the cutest pattern to make these little baskets. Probably could have figured it out on my own but it was priced fairly and was a quilt shop's original pattern. I'd like to make some for next year's coworker gifts. Won't use up a ton of fabric but they'll be cute. Have to finish some UFOs first.
    Would love to see a picture of your basket pattern. That might be something I would order!!!

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    I only made pillowcases this Christmas, because I had so many knitted gifts to complete. All the pillowcases were geared to the personality of the recipient and all were very well received.

    Last Christmas I made daughter and son-in-law a big quilt. They loved it.

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    Gifts

    I made those cup organizers this year (30 of them) and they were the biggest hit. I am thinking bed organizer this next Christmas. My family loves me to make the gifts as I give things they can't readly buy and I usually wrap them in some sort of unusual way. Like one year I packed everyones gift in oat meal boxes. We collected the boxes all year.

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    I made each of my three grown children bed quilts, and each of my 3 grown granddaughters lap quilts. Made my two great granddaughters doll clothes.

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