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Thread: What are you making for Christmas?

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    Junior Member Joan Rosemary's Avatar
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    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.

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    Table runners and table toppers.

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    Senior Member beckyw's Avatar
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    book cover, tablerunners, pjs and slippers also snap purses

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    I got three new step grandchildren this year and they do not have a double fleece tied quilt. They have asked for one each with their favorite sport team print. My family I give gifts to have enough quilted/made gifts by me so I'm happy to make the fleece quilts this year.

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    Super Member seamstome's Avatar
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    trouble ;0

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    Three quilts. 1 1/2 done:)

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    Super Member ssgramma's Avatar
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    A lap quilt, a dozen batik napkins, a dresser topper, a tote bag and that's just DIL and GD ;-)

    And I haven't started yet - have to go finish my chair cushion project today so that dining room is close enough to done to stop.

    I still have to dao a topper for the bar and for the oak buffet but the ones they have now go ok for now.

    Then I have to do a Christmas tree wallhanging for us and a runner for neighbor/friend.

    Don't know what else at the moment. Other than the usual neighbors & friends pretty plated with the homemade goody. Cookies this year I think.

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    quilts for the grandkids

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    Table runners, table toppers, placemats, candle mats, finishing quilts (sandwiching, quilting and binding), an dmaybe a totebag or two for co-workers. :wink: WOW!!! :shock: Sounds like I've got my work cut out for me!!! I better get busy!!!! :lol:

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    12 bow tuck purses,5 sm quilts and who knows whwt else will come my way

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    Lap quilts, small twin bed size quilts (2), mug rugs, pot holders and 2 hat, mitten and scarf sets. Not much (good grief) WOW only 7 weeks left! 14 hour days @ work hummmmmm I know I can work on them while I sleep! {stressing a little}

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    You guys are all so ambitious, I am making a few totes for Christmas gifts, to replace wrapping. That is it!

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    Super Member maryb119's Avatar
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    I'm making purses and table runners. I got a purse pattern in Des Moines at the AQS show and showed it to my mom. She tole me that all the other ladies in her coffee group had purses like that and it would make a gret gift. I made one and showed it to my girls. Now I have 4 more to make before I get one for me!!!! It will keep me busy.

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    Snap bags!!! Have done 15.

    A girlie one.
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    3 different sets of matching tree skirts and table runners for family (and if time permits- A BIG IF--) a set for me!

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    christmas ornaments, pot holders matching towels and coasters

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    Quilts for the grandkids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitsie
    Snap bags!!! Have done 15.
    Love your fabric where did you buy it?

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    Pillow cases ... and maybe a Kindle covers for DD and DGD, if I can find an easy pattern. I've already finished a quilt for my DS and a wall hanging for DBIL. I was working on a Lady of the Lake quilt for my DGS, but ran out of time. He'll get it next year for Christmas. He is the last family member that I owe a quilt. Everyone else has a quilt from me. That was so much fun!

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    Jammies for my Mom, a quilt for my brother (about half done). Once those are finished up I hope to get some small gifts made like mug rugs, a table topper for my sis who loves them,
    wish I had started earlier (this is a recording lol)

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    Senior Member quiltnmom's Avatar
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    A camoflague quilt for DH and a lap quilt for my mom. Hopefully a quilt for my BIL that is in a nursing home and some table runners for for stepdaughters and DIL.

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    I like to give gifts of food so I made a pile of potholders. I hope to get the sewing done soon so I can start baking.
    There will be hot cocoa pattern w liquer for the young couples and cooky designs with vanilla beans and sprinkles for my baking buddies. I also made Chanukah potholders for my friends who will be making latkes. I love a holiday with a menu! And potholders are fun.

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    Super Member tuesy's Avatar
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    Let's see... The sewing things are a Sweatshirt jacket, and Pj's. The non sewing things are binded photo books, glass overlayed ornaments and some with glitter inside with etching on the outside, Pop bottles filled with goodies, and a vinyl logo.

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    Junior Member Joan Rosemary's Avatar
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    WOW you all put me to shame. Great though it may spur me on.

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    I'm spending my sewing time helping my dgs make presents for their family. The hardest part is finding appropriate projects for their skill levels.

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