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Thread: Presents for the guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramona Byrd View Post
    My newly single son moved to Hawaii, after getting rid of everything except a few things. But he loves to watch
    his games on TV with the AC on..so since he's a minimalist, I'm making him a black and white couch throw. About
    a hundred 3 inch squares of every small black and white patterns I could find over a year or so. And since he's so
    tall, it'll be about 6 by 5, with no padding, just the front and a black with white spots fleece backing. Easy to wash
    and no fussy things on it.

    I'm thinking of making my retired Army son-in-law (who is now a math teacher) some school room curtains
    with math problems (and answers scattered around on them) for his school room. Just in the wondering stage,
    not too sure it would be allowed..have to check on that. Any ideas on this? 8th graders might not be amused!
    For your son-in-law......Maybe a wicker basket full of bean bags to toss at some of those unruly 8th graders......LOL
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    While I was on a clothesline basket binge, I made both my husband and son an oblong basket for throwing their wallet and keys into. They both loved them and I loved not getting the top of furniture scratched up. I made them about 5 inches wide, 10 inches long with the sides about 1,1/2 to 2 inches. I try to stick to things that are handy for the men in my life so they get used.

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    Food. Food. Food. FOOD.

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    Fleece blanket with fringe on 2 ends. They are really easy to make. Get fleece that depicts an interest they have, or camo fleece, which I made one year, and added a pair of matching socks that I purchased. I made the blanket extra long so he could cover from his feet to his chin while laying in the recliner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenheron View Post
    Food. Food. Food. FOOD.
    And here I thought that was a given ... non-negotiable!
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE View Post
    And here I thought that was a given ... non-negotiable!
    Food quilt for the best of both!
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    love that food quilt!!!
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