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Thread: What are you making for Christmas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilterguy27
    And guys, please don't forget about us. I'm not making any quilted gifts this holiday season. I'm making macrame' plant hangers. That's not to say I'm not quilting, just not making any gifts.
    I tried macrame' years ago. I didn't think anyone did that anymore.

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    Quilt, table runners and placemats and throw quilts x's two.

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    Is it time for Christmas already???? I'm late as usual :)

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    GD, her friend & I did a tie quilt in about a hr yesterday...quick gift, if I had more on my gift list I would be making more of these. All I did was sewing two pieces of flannel together, leaving a 2 1/2 border for the fringe tieing-what was neat about making this blanket was giving the girls alittle history on how this is what women used to do at quilting bees. Yes alittle bonding time.
    Then I made a new set of curtains for my youngest DD for her bedrm and some new pillow cases.
    I vowed I wasn't going to make gifts for those who didn't show any sort of appreciate and I have to tell ya its great not stressing out and trying to meet a dead line , not to mention my wallet.

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    Cat shaped mug rugs for my cat loving buddies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilterj
    Quote Originally Posted by quilterguy27
    And guys, please don't forget about us. I'm not making any quilted gifts this holiday season. I'm making macrame' plant hangers. That's not to say I'm not quilting, just not making any gifts.
    I tried macrame' years ago. I didn't think anyone did that anymore.
    LOL, yes, I do. I did have a hard time finding the jute. My Mother asked for plant hangers for Christmas, so that's what she's getting. I love macrame'. I've always found it fun and relaxing.

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    Well, I have made about 18 Click it bags and am working on baby quilts for the young gals at work. Going to Ohio next week and hope to visit some of the potteries in the Zanesville Area and perhaps go to Amish country and get some material. Haven't been home in several years so this should be fun.

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    6 Schlep bags--done, 4 lap quilts 2 done), 4 baby quilts(2 done), 2 doll quilts (1 done), 6 table runners, 2 tree skirts, table runner with 6 place mats, 3 full size quilts (2 ready to bind)...4 crewel embroidery pics( 2 done), one completed wall hanging and needlepoint pillow ready to stuff.....yes, I KNOW those are not quilt projects!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brendaln
    Well, I have made about 18 Click it bags and am working on baby quilts for the young gals at work. Going to Ohio next week and hope to visit some of the potteries in the Zanesville Area and perhaps go to Amish country and get some material. Haven't been home in several years so this should be fun.
    Just did a shop hop in Amish country last week, you really should try to make it there.

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    Zanesville has a LQS on Beverly ave.There's Almost Sisters in Cambridge.Don't miss my fav in Amish area, Miller's Drygoods in Charm.Berlin has at least 2-3 LQSs. Have fun & enjoy being home.

    Quote Originally Posted by brendaln
    Well, I have made about 18 Click it bags and am working on baby quilts for the young gals at work. Going to Ohio next week and hope to visit some of the potteries in the Zanesville Area and perhaps go to Amish country and get some material. Haven't been home in several years so this should be fun.

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    Table Runners, and a wall hanging. Wall hanging just needs binding and it's done. Will be sewing the runner tops today 7 of them. They are all cut - thanks to the ALTO Quilt Cut 2!
    When I get that done, I want to see about getting an Eleanor Burns Lovers Knot in Christmas Fabrics for a table runner for my kitchen table.
    If needed the Lovers Knot can wait to be done over this Winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjsylvstr
    MKING A LAP TOP QUILT, A FEW HANGINGS AND SOME TABLE RUNNERS......

    HER'S MY FAVORITE HANGING.......11" HIGH,23" LONG
    That is adorable!!!

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    We aren't far from each other.. I'm in Edmonton KY.. Just wanted to say hi.. : )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joan Rosemary
    Hi girls I was just thinking, it would be interesting to see what everyone is planning on doing for Christmas quilting gifts this year. I am hoping to make a quilted shopping bag for my two sisters.
    I am making a cushion cover with pink hearts and flowers, also a quilted bag for my sister and myself and my niece too. (Different types) finish the baby boy quilt if I got the time. The GK are getting vouchers to spend it on whatever they want. The grownups---we all put in money for one big gift each.

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    Right now I am working on embroidery on hand towels for the family, have a table runner, an asian themed something not sure what and potholders, that is what I have planned so far, LOL

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