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Sunday, September 27, 2015

HAVE YOU STARTED YOUR CHRISTMAS PROJECTS?

 Are you ready for Christmas?  Probably not, but now is the time to start thinking about those projects you want to make and the gift items to get finished.  Misti said that one morning she couldn't sleep, so she got out of bed and made these Christmas trees before she had to get ready for work.  Aren't they adorable?
 This is another view.  She said she will  use them on top of her packages or maybe even a few on her tree.  Wish I could be as productive in the wee small hours of the morning!
Today Misti sent me this picture of her Christmas Balls.  She made these while camping this weekend.  She said a lot of pins are needed, but they are easy to make.  Misti plans on giving these beautiful balls as gifts.

DON’T FORGET: 
  • Glam Shell Bag, Monday, Sept. 28
  • UFO Day, Monday, Sept. 28
  • Make a Mug Rug, Wednesday, Sept. 30
  • Doll Bee, Thursday, October 1
  • Bargello Place Mats, Thursday, October 1
  • Ruby Short McKim BOM, Friday, October 2
  • Sampler and Bee, Saturday, October 3
ON ANOTHER NOTE:
  • One Piece At a Time has a block tutorial for you.  If you haven’t heard them before, scroll down and listen to the Ted Talks she has posted.
♥ Caroll, 
Caring , Sharing and Creating Smiles

1 comment:

Lynn said...

This reminds me that I still need to figure out how to turn the embroidery wreaths I did into ornaments. Better add that to my list!

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