Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Quilty Gifts!

Over the past few days there has been allot of celebrating.
I am not sure about you, but most years I am in a gift giving funk lacking creativity.

So to share ideas--here is what I have made or was given.

These where for the 3 wonderful board members that sit with me at our meetings!
The cup reads "CAMACO Quilters Inspire!

And even though they are travel mugs,
a mug rug is needed for when they are at the machine.

These are jeweled Stilettos given to a group that I meet with monthly.
These are made with turkey lancers! 

This was a Make & Take project I did at our retreat which worked out well since our project consisted of allot of sewing and these are great guiding tools! 
Click here for PDF tutorial from Quiltville

I made a few finger pin cushions.
Love mine!
Click here for tutorial by Made By Chrissie D.

Eye Masks

One side pretty fabric and other side minky!
Click here for eye mask pattern from Prudent Baby
I did use batting in mine.

Our guild had a potholder exchange and I love the one I received from Kathy.
I will use it year around.
Love the ruffle!

A insulated hot pad. 
However I will turn it over so I don't dirty the Tomten's (Swedish for Santa).
This comes from my wonderful mom.

I received a great travel case for scissors and a rotary cutter.
Doreen was so creative by cutting out paper scissors--she thought I needed a prop!

Denise made this adorable bobbin tree ornament with a bell!

Elena made the cutest mini scissor holder.
The ribbons work through the handles and you secure it around the button.

Donna made a brown sugar body rub and Pam made a peppermint hand-exfoliate.
So that we can pamper ourselves!

Peg made a striking table mat.
Love the colors!

 We were to guess this one from Debbie.
We knew the pink pen was a seam ripper.
However the fabric covered medicine case has a magnet at the bottom, this is for the needles
 you will throw away and they are secure till you do so.

 Sandee is keeping my table look'n good with a set of coasters.

 Gail made a potholder that is perfect in my kitchens!

Joan made this adorable pincushion that is a flower on a 
golf tee that sits in a spool of thread!

Thank You everyone for the thoughtful gifts!
And I hope this helped for Christmas's to come or you can hurry and make for this year!

Till We Quilt Again,

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