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Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Thanksgiving Give-Away!


Question?  What can I sew that
A.  Uses up my fabric scraps
B.  Makes great gifts for teachers, friends and family.
C.  Doesn't take forever and a day to make
D.  Let's me be creative.

Answer:  Fabric Bowls!!!

Leave a comment on my blog about what you are making for the holidays (doesn't have to be sewing- it can be food, scrapbooks, mix CDs, etc) , and you'll be registered to win a copy of this book.  The randomly picked winner will be announced on Monday, November 30th!

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving, everyone!

5 comments:

  1. I am sewing pot holders and aprons for Christmas presents. It's fun combining diff. materials to make the pot holders...I guess that would be like making the fabric bowls. I have never made any bowls but they look fun! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  2. I am making covers for drawing pads and note pads, embroidered pillowcases and sheet sets for the kids, and screen cleaners for computers.
    Lorie S, straley6@gmail.com

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  3. Colleen said
    I am making a top for my grandaughter from Octobre autum 2009 , a kwik t-shirt brown/tan combination for two of my grandsons which I plan to embroidery with one of dakota collections toddler trio designs (with racing car/flag). hope to have enough time to do one more item for my 12 mo old grandson Perhaps a pair of brown or blue corduroy overalls.

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  4. Making hats and mittens for my new grand daughter from Sew Baby patterns, just finished the cover for the car seat with a skunk embroidered on it called LiL Stinker. Love Sew Baby patterns, so easy to use.
    Happy Thanksgiving everyone.
    scurley19@gmail.com

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  5. I am making all of my Christmas this year. So far 2 dance bags for neices and a quiet book for a nephew. This bowls would be great for the adults to store things in.

    Happy Thanksgiving!!
    ekfrazier@aol.com

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