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Thread: What's on your Christmas list?

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    Junior Member MamaO2011's Avatar
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    What's on your Christmas list?

    DH asked me last night what I would like for Christmas. I have so many things I'd like, that I didn't really know what to tell him. It did get me wondering, what are you hoping Santa brings you this year?

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    The only thing I want this year is E-Quilt 7 program. And praying I will enjoy it! Sometimes I think I want things and then they don't thrill me like I hoped...but this one is too expensive to not use...so I will learn...I will...yes!!

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    I asked for a Work Sharp knife sharpener, and 2 books on sewing machine attachments that had been languishing in my Wish List on Amazon for 2 years. He told me to order what I wanted so I threw in the Ball Complete Book of Canning - since he was feeling generous

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    I got a new HE washer and dryer, that are stacked. The element went out in the dryer in my Apt. and the owner said get it fixed or buy a new one. I am on SS so that was'nt going to happen. I was so upset. When my ex-husband heard about it, he bought them for me. I can not tell you how surprised I was!!

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    I just hate it when someone asks me what I want for Christmas! My mind just goes blank! Then two days after Christmas I will come up with something I really want! Oh well thats me a dollar short and a day behind! LOL

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    I asked for EQ7 and Blockbase, a few quilting books and patterns, and a porcelain coated cast iron dutch oven.

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    I'm like Gramie bj - ask me what I want and my mind goes blank.

    There is a pattern called Asian Scrappy Road that was in Quilters World Magazine in Oct 2011. That's the only thing that comes to mind. I will probably give it to myself. There's not really a lot I need. I'd be very happy with a pretty day and lots of time for sewing. I don't plan on cooking since it will only be my husband and me. Maybe I'll get my quiet day and can sew away.

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    My DH announced he is getting me a lovely snowblower for Christmas! Must be time to add more starch to his underwear.

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    Hey, francie, I think it's also time to get him a longarm for Christmas! (Equivalent gift to the snowblower!)
    As for me, I asked for a Quilter's Slidelock ruler, and dd ordered me one. Yay! I haven't made it to the er yet, so I thought my luck may be running out, and I better get one fast. Hope you all get something fun and useful1

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    Last year I got some Bali Pops along with the pattern to make a beautiful paper-pieced quilt. It was a great gift and I hope to get something similar this year. Also on my list are "staples" (dishwasher soap, coffee, toilet paper, etc.) so that I can spend more money on fabrics. Last year my daughter gave me a 24-pak of toilet paper and individually wrapped each roll and tied it with a ribbon. We're still laughing about it.
    A fabric stash is always missing that one fabric needed to finish the quilt on which you're working.

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