379 12 Weeks of Christmas Sewing Projects.

10.01.2012

Today I'm helping Freespirit Fabrics kick off a new event, 12 Weeks of Christmas: Sewing Projects!  I'm sharing a tutorial for these Nesting Fabric Trays on the Freespirit blog!
Freespirit will be showcasing 12 different tutorials on their blog over the next 12 weeks for simple Christmas gifts you can use for holiday party favors, hostess gifts, and other little presents for friends and family.  They will post a new tutorial every Monday from Oct 1st through December 17th.

Here's the schedule of all the great bloggers who are participating:


Oct. 1st - Bijou Lovely
Oct. 22nd - 100 Billion Stars
Oct. 29th - Ellison Lane Quilts
Nov. 5th - Elyse Susan Design
Nov. 12th - Fat Quarterly
Nov. 19th - Echinops & Aster
Nov. 26th - Sew Sweetness
Dec. 3rd - Swim, Bike, Quilt
Dec. 10th - Stitched in Color
Dec. 17th - From the Blue Chair

Make sure to visit each blogger on the day of their tutorial for a giveaway!  

Today, Freespirit is offering one of you the chance to win a Chicopee design roll (jelly roll)!  
To enter, simply comment on this post.  Let's talk about gifts!  What's the best gift you've ever given?  Do you have a go-to small handmade gift that you give away to all your friends?  When leaving a comment, please make sure that I have a way to contact you if you win!  Followers get an extra entry by leaving a second comment!  I'll choose a winner on Friday.

This giveaway is now closed.  Congrats to Suzan, who won the Chicopee design roll!  Thanks to everyone who entered the giveaway!

379 comments:

  1. Ohh those fabrics are yummmmmmmy!

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  2. Embroidered items seem to be the favored items as gifts. I like to give pillows.

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  3. I would have to say it's a tie for best gifts I've ever given. I surprised my hubby with a telescope for his birthday one year which he loves and really wasn't expecting. The other would have to be a collage of pictures for my mom of her cat which had passed away that year.

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  4. I'm a follower on Google Reader

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  5. I think the best gift I've ever given - I haven't given it yet. But I'm still making it. It involves embroidery floss! (I think the recipient reads this blog so I can't be too specific!)

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  6. I am a follower! Those fabric trays look adorable, going to check them out now.

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  7. The small handmade gift I've given most often are catnip mice toys for my friends with cats. I even grow and dry the catnip myself!
    auntiecrafty@yahoo.com

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  8. I am a faithful follower! Thanks for the opportunity to win Chicopee!
    auntiecrafty@yahoo.com

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  9. Awesome trays - thanks for sharing
    I gave my husband a Mont Blanc pen for his 30th birthday, he was delighted and is still using it 8 years later! My go to gift at the moment is a zip pouch, quick and fun to make!
    thanks for the giveaway

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  10. I think probably the most well received gifts I have given have been custom photo books. Everyone always loves them!

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  11. I like to make Valorie Wells zippy little wallets for quick gifts. I use my zippy wallet to hold loyalty cards.

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  12. What cute trays! Best gift given? I think a quilt I made for my son. He absolutely loved it and sleeps with it every night.

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  13. I love to make mug rugs or zippered pouch as a gift to my friends :)

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  14. My best gift I've ever given was a 17-day trip to Spain (to my mom). I just started sewing again this year, so I don't yet have a go-to handmade gift, but I'm making lots of travel accessories!

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  15. I'm a follower! And on my way over to check out the tutorial (thanks for sharing)!

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  16. Best gift I give is the calandar of the kids to the grandparents. It's the only gift they look forward to! Doesn't matter how old the grandkids get either.

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  17. I am a follower and wow what a great giveaway!

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  18. Beautiful fabrics! Excited to try the nesting trays too!

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  19. This is awesome! The best thing I have ever given was a pillow and a bunch of scraps to a flickr friend I have never met... AND it was completely a surprise :-)
    nydia@add-crafter.com

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  20. Myself! I was born on my dad's birthday :) I made my sister a quilt but haven't really done any other hand mades yet

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  21. I tend to think my quilts are the best gift. But the iPad I bought my husband with money i made from selling things I've sewn was pretty awesome too!

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  22. The best present I ever gave was a quilt to my husband's grandmother, who was on hospice at the time. I'll never forget the phone call I got from her to thank me for the gift.

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  23. Although I can't make everyone a quilt for Christmas... I do make quilted table runners for the ladies which are always treasured!! Thanks for the chance! I love the nesting trays - thanks for sharing in this blog hop... I'm looking for new ideas too!

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  24. I am a follower - thanks for a second entry to win this gorgeous bundle!!

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  25. Oh this 12 Weeks of Christmas Sewing Projects will be such a HUGE help! Thanks for doing this all ya'll!

    And gotta love Chicopee ~ I mean who doesn't, right?

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  26. I'm also a follower ~ an official Bijou Lovelie!

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  27. Those fabrics look beautiful and fun. My best gifts were always something handmade. One year I hemmed Christmas fabric and tied up the 4 corners like on a hobo stick and then filled it with unshelled pecans for my parents for Christmas one year (I live in the south and pecans are a staple). It was fun for all.

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  28. I would say the best gift I have ever given was my husbands weber grill for his 30th. He loves it and I get great food so it's a win win :)

    I've made baby quilts for all of my cousin's babies. They aren't super fancy, but it's become a nice tradition.

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  29. the best gift i've ever given would have to be expierence gifts like a trip somewhere- like the one i gifted my husband for our anniversary this week!!
    Jillian
    shedd840@gmail.com

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  30. Hmm, best gift given would be a queen size quilt to my sister for her 30th wed anniver.

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  31. And of course I've been following :-)

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  32. My husband is the hardest to buy for, and I think I finally got it right last year. I put together a photo book with pictures of him with our kids, and a wooden keepsake box with a picture of him and his dad, who passed away last year. Thank you, Shutterfly!

    That Chicopee fabric would be for the gifts my kids love - pillowcases, quilts, loveys, pajamas, dresses. It's nice to have an appreciative audience for crafty stuff! I'm Emily at siren-song.com .

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  33. The best gifts I've ever given are handmade or baked by me... My Mom and MIL along with some aunts and cousins always appreciate those gifts and I love to see they use or display what I gave them :)
    Thanks for the Giveaway!

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  34. Best gift given was a quilt made by my sis. I think the best give I have ever given was a surfboard to my husband! Not homemade but he loves it! I love your blog btw!

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  35. It's so pretty I love it! And it would make a fantastic quilt for me. No kids allowed.

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  36. I'm in the process of making a queen-sized quilt for a friend of mine - I think that's going to be the largest gift I've ever given. I also gave a pair of handknit socks to another dear friend who wore them in her (outdoor and very chilly autumn) wedding.

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  37. And I'm a follower in Google Reader!

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  38. I love to give hand-made gifts. Last year for Christmas I gave both my mother and father their own quilts. I thought that was fun.

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  39. must be the hexie quilt i just made my son for his transition to big boy in school! love that kid, so proud.

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  40. Great fabric, thanks for the chance to win

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  41. I'm a follower. I think my best gift thus far given (that I made) was a star quilt in Tula Pink that was hand quilted. My mom got that one!

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  42. oh, and I'm a follower should have been a 2nd post. Oops.

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  43. Firstly, I LOVE your blog. :D
    Now, let's talk gifts...
    Best gift I've ever given would be...hmmm...I'd say when I surprised my husband with a brand new computer. We were still dating at the time, and he was trying to finish his PhD on a craptastic ancient Mac that kept losing pages of his work. He was so surprised and grateful - he'd never had a new computer, only ever hand-me-downs so this was a super big deal, and helped him to finish his dissertation in no time!
    Erin
    mummyquilts@gmail.com
    mummyquilts.blogspot.com

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  44. All the people who are using chicopee seem to be loving it. Thanks for the opportunity to win some. Like your fabric trays.

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  45. I follow in my reader as well. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  46. Second entry!

    My go-to handmade gift would be baking. I love holiday baking, and I make special tags for the tins I give them in, and make sure to include a jar of preserve I made that summer.

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Erin
    mummyquilts@gmail.com
    mummyquilts.blogspot.com

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  47. Whew! I was thinking it's time to start getting my Christmas list together. Not sure how it's Oct. 1!
    I gave my son an awesome batman quilt last Christmas. That was a hit. I think I'm going to make up some Jane Market Totes this year.

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  48. I guess that the best gift I have ever given is the first quilt that I made. It was special because it was for my cousin's new baby girl, Sydney. I hope she loves it as much as I loved making it! :)

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  49. And I am also a follower of your lovely blog!

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  50. Hey there! I think anything handmade is the best gift ever.

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  51. I am a follower :)Thanks for all the great posts.

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  52. the quilt for my brother when you was going through chemo, He said it was nice to come home after and curl under it.

    M

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  53. I also follow your blog
    thanks for the give away -M

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  54. This might sound hokey but setting aside uninterrupted time is the gift I give to my friends ( along with a small handmade something) . It's so hard to find time to talk and drink a glass of wine together most of the year!!

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  55. I don't have a "go-to" gift. It really depends on who the gift is for and what I think they'd like at that time. Awesome fabric!

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  56. I made these bite-taken-out-of-them gingerbread men ornaments one christmas for all my friends and relatives... it was a big hit! It was a free tutorial online i found.

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  57. Love these fabrics! I made my sil a scrapbook of our family for the year (she lives far away and we don't get to see each other often) now she wants one everytime we see her!

    jennifercawthon@yahoo.com

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  58. The best gift I have ever given is a watch to my husband. He didn't wear a watch before I gave it to him but he can't go a day without it now. He constantly tells me how much he loves his watch!

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  59. my brother is *finally* getting a finished quilt this year so that will be awesome. he'll like it...or else!

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  60. My favorite gift I have been given is a Christmas potholder.

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  61. I just gave a pretty awesome gift. My brother turns 30 this week and I got one little gift for every year. Some are little, but others are kind of big. They all have little reasons, like a spiderman video with the note saying "you are a superhero". Of course, gift number 30 is a quilt!

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  62. I love giving "baprons" to expectant mothers. They are easy to make, cost hardly anything, and are a fun gift. Plus babies look totally adorable in them!

    dresdencarrie@gmail.com
    Thanks!

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  63. Those trays look great! The best gift I've ever given was probably the quilt I made my best friend last year. She loved it and never expected it! Thanks!

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  64. The best gift I've ever given are quilts made especially for the recipient.

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  65. I'm a follower, too. Thanks!

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  66. Last Christmas I gave handmade cosmetic bags to my sisters-in-law. I love to give handmade. Lately I've been sewing bags and will be my go to gift.

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  67. People always seem to like wine as presents so I usually give a few of those out a year.

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  68. The best gift I've given was a jon-jon for my nephew that I smocked myself.

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  69. I love to give selfmade jam (or other yummy things) away.

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  70. I haven't received many gifts as an adult, so thinking back a bunch of years, I distinctly remember how excited I was to receive a Baby Christy for Christmas one year. I was probably about 7 years old. I was elated beyond words.

    I am a follower! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  71. I am a happy follower and thanks for the lovely tutorial!

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  72. My best gifts are quilts, but I only make those, when I know people will really appreciate the gift. Otherwise I love to give little zippered pouches because everyone has a use for them and they are done real quick. Thanks!

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  73. My best homemade gift to give is damson gin!! It's always much appreciated!

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  74. My best gift was hiring a professional photographer to take family pictures for my mom. She loved it!

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  75. I'm just starting to give homemade gifts but I made my mom a quilted christmasy kitchen aid cover for her birthday. it's already out on display!! :)

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  76. Beautiful! I would love to win! I like to give handmade items like handknits or quilts or jewelry as gifts.

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  77. Wow -- this is fun ! The best give I have ever given is a Bernina sewing machine to my sister.

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  78. One year I made pillow cases for the children in my family and put their gifts in them. I used novelty Christmas fabric. I loved them and the kids did too.

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  79. I have been making small felted animals to give away, they are perfect personalized gifts.

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  80. oh that’s lovely! my favourite gift to give is calendars with hand drawn dates on them and personalized, partly collaborative images. the grandmas get pictures by my artist brother for example!

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  81. oh and i’m a follower. btw great idea to collect the best gifts for the upcoming season! i’ll browse through the comments on friday again!

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  82. I often give potholders as small gifts to commemorate holidays like Halloween and Valentine's Day.

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  83. I am a happy regular follower of your blog!~

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  84. I think the best gift I've ever given was when I gave my "good" rings to my daughters. Gold, diamonds, rubies, etc.

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  85. I think the best have been softies for the kids and mums and nans always love the quilts no matter how big or small.

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  86. Those trays are gorgeous, and it's great to get a closer look at Jay's new prints. I think I'm going to have to stock up!

    I can't think of any really cool gifts I've given... though I gave my sister a queen sized quilt for christmas last year and that was pretty nice.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  87. I'm a follower! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  88. I gave my son my beloved PT Cruiser to drive since his old car was getting so much mileage on it and he needed something more reliable.I was able to do this because I had a new car to drive.

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  89. That bundle would be very comfy in my sewing room! Love it! Hmmmmm...still thinking on the best gift given! Each one at the moment given seems to be the best! How could I ever pick just one? The best gift I am receiving right now is the glorious color we are experiencing here in the U.P. before the next color which is white!

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  90. My go-to handmade gift is table runners. I just mailed out 5 fall themed runners the other day. When I need a bigger gift it's fun to make a big set of runners for all seasons. I usually make them reversible -- say Halloween on one side, Thanksgiving on the other.

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  91. Lovely trays!

    My go to gift is little make-up/coin purses, all ladies can use one and it's not something the recipient is forced to display in their home in case our tastes differ *lol*

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  92. The best gift I was ever given was when my fiancee, now husband, surprised me and showed up on Christmas eve even when I thought his flight was canceled because of a snow storm :). My go-to gift right now that involves sewing is cosmetic bags made of patchwork, so many possibilities to customize to friend's personality and color taste and quick to throw together! anetjoy@yahoo.com

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  93. Oh, your nesting trays are lovely! If we're talking handmade, I think the pair of socks I knitted for my sister was the best gift. Socks take forever to knit, so I wouldn't knit them for just anyone!

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  94. I'm not sure the best gift I've ever given but I think the handmade gifts are the best - I think the best was a crocheted scarf that I gifted a few years ago.

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  95. I'm a follower!! (amandafech@yahoo.com)

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  96. I'm going to try to make several gifts this year (it will be a first!). Not sure of a favorite, love the trays.

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  97. My go-to quick little gift for friends tends to be patchwork zipper pouches. Coasters are always good too, depending on the person! Thanks for the opportunity to win! Love the trays!

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  98. My go-to quick small gift is a zipper pouch or a journal cover. My daughters friends have all recieved a small messenger bag for birthdays this year ad they are well loved!

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  99. I follow this blog and facebook

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  100. Best gift I've given - a quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  101. Probably some of the best gifts I give every year is either a quilt or one of my cross stitch pictures. I have given alot away over the years. marlaruthnelson@gmail.com

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  102. Last CHristmas, I knitted a bunch of scarves and put them all in a basket. The basket was then passed around at a family gathering and everyone got to choose one that they liked. I might do the same thing this year with key fobs and wallets/pouches :-) Thanks for the great chance to win and the wonderful tutorial!!

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  103. Not sure about the best gift I've given, but the best I've received is tickets to The Lion King when it first came out on Broadway. And The Cosby Show box set. Thanks!

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  104. The best gift I've ever given, I think, will be a quilt I made for my parents anniversary as a surprise.

    I'm actually in the market for a nice small handmade gift to give to neighbors and such this year. I will now peruse the comments.

    Thanks for the chance to win! =)

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  105. Also, I am a follower of your blog -- I love it =)

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  107. Sorry, I didn't read the bottom before posting to your post.

    First ~ I love these fabrics and have been hoping to get some myself soon. Great project.
    Thanks for the great tutorial

    And then, the best gift I've given was not anything I made. It was for my husband on our first Christmas just before we got married. I got the most beautiful Black Hills Gold men's ring for him but had the jeweler add diamonds into some of the lower areas in between the leaves in the ring. It turned out awesome and he loved it.

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  108. I am already a follower of your blog also.

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  109. Chicopee is such a happy line.

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  110. Best gift ever given was a microwave for my Mom way back when they were big and bulky but wonderfuly helpful for a working woman with kids to feed. She loved it and I was so happy to give her something she wanted and could use. Thanks for the tutorial and for the chance to win your giveaway.

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  111. I went a little nuts on a gift I made for my best friend's new baby girl. I made close to a dozen items and bought a bunch of clothes. I just love making baby gifts and working with cute little animal prints.

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  112. HAPPY TO FOLLOW YOU VIA GFC AND BLOG LOVIN'!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  113. HELLO! I LIKE TO GIVE FRIENDS PLACEMATS FOR CHRISTMAS+SOMETIMES JAM WITH A PRETTY TOPPER+TAG!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  114. I make baskets those are usually my go to gift for someone. But it's funny last year for Christmas I made a dozen of those no sew fleece blankets for my nieces and nephews. Really it was to justify buying it during Black Friday. The kids love them. They range in age from 1-19 and they all still sleep with them. Probably the best presents I've ever given. :)

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  115. I like to give a handmade bag as a gift. I have a few go-to patterns for totes that make great gifts.

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  116. The BEST gift I ever gave was a son for my second husband. And my homemade go-to gift is Homemade Granola! Thanks for the giveaway Bijou!! lubna_2112@hotmail.com

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  117. The best gift I've ever given is usually the last one: a baby quilt for my youngest grandniece who is so sweet.

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  118. Probably the quilt that I just made my Mom for her birthday..It was the biggest I've ever made and came out great...and she loved it!

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  119. Quilts are always, always my favorite gifts to give. Thank you for the opportunity to win!

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  120. Blogger says that I now follow your blog:
    bijou lovel
    Congratulations, MarciaW
    You are now following bijou lovely

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  121. I have been making little cosmetic bags as thank you and birthday gifts all summer. I broke my leg, so I have been on a sewing roll!

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  122. I loved the year I gave my brother a quilt!

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  123. Best gift was a baby quilt for one of my daughter's friends.

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  124. Oh, I have given my people many homemade things like quilts and pillows; but the gift that has gotten the best response is the Pioneer Woman's cinnamon rolls. People beg for them! I'm okay with that. LOL!

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  125. Probably would be any of the handmade things...usually quilts or pillows. They have all been well received and loved.

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  126. The best gifts are personalized or handmade gifts. We tend to do gifts that contain pictures of our children and our family loves them.

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  127. The best gift I've ever given was a handmade scrapbook of my dad's annual trout fishing trips in the Eastern High Sierras to him for one of his birthdays. He absolutely loved it and keeps it on his nightstand.

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  128. The best gifts I have ever received have always been handmade ones. I love the travel sewing kit in the Zakka book with the little matching pincushion and have made quite a few to give away to friends and family, usually with a reel of cotton, some needles and a few bits and pieces. I have found the people that love receiving these the most, are those that don't sew much at all, because they found it so handy to pull out just to fix up the odd button that falls off :)

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  129. This seems so small but really made lots of my women relatives and friends happy, the little sewn tissue holders. I gave them last year around the holidays and they all loved them! I had made about 30 different omes and they got to choose what they wanted.

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  130. I'd love to win this fabric collection!

    I just recently found your blog via pinterest and LOVE all your beautiful quilts!

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  131. My small go-to gift are handmade fabric coasters. Easy, cute and everyone needs coasters!

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  132. I am a follower and thanks for this tutorial and for the chance!!

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  133. cute project and fabric. something else for me to make for christmas. Thank you.

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  134. Lovely project & great tutorial, thanks for sharing. The best received gift that I have given was a quilt that I made as a welcome home gift to my daughter & her partner when they moved back to Australia after living in the UK for 2 years (he's English). Thanks for the chance to win.

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  135. And I'm a follower of your lovely blog. Thanks again!

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  136. A favorite handmade gift that I give my friends is a jewelry bag made out of bright fabrics.

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  138. I tend to make mug rugs as my quick, need a pressie or a zippered pouch

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  139. I just found your blog and signed up to follow!

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  140. Every year I make something different to use for gifts. I have made quilted purse organizers, table runners and earrings. Last year it was crocheted ripple scarves and this year it is key chains made from wine corks with strings of beads. Thankfully my family enjoys handmade gifts!

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  141. Several Christmases ago, I gave my parents a log cabin quilt for their bed. I worked for 4 months to complete it and it was absolutely worth every moment just to see the joy they continue to get from sleeping under a blanket of love. Be especially blessed, Kathy

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  142. Two years ago I made mug rugs for everyone. Last year I made hot pads. This year I want to make small stocking ornaments. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  143. I'm a follower. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  144. I made a beanbag chair for my daughter to go in her bedroom after we redid it (went from little girl to pre-teen room). She has always wanted one and was very surprised! Thanks for the great gift inspiration!
    ellen(at)myerly(dot)net

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  145. Don't have a "go to" gift, but maybe these posts will remedy that. Best gift I've ever given is hand made quilts. Thanks!

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  146. Love the fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win. I guess I better get in gear because I haven't made anything for Christmas this year.

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  147. Thank you SO much for this chance!! I have been drooling over this fabric line since I saw it!! The best gift I've ever given is a quilt my sister and I made together for our mom. It was beautiful! I love giving anything handmade. Those are the best gifts!

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  148. I am now a new follower too! Love your blog!

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  149. Love your project! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  150. I am a follower via Google Reader!

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  151. I love to give quilts but also keep homemade soap on hand to give as well. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  152. My favorite gift was the blanket chest my dad gave me that now has quilts going back generations in my family :)

    Thanks for the chance to win!

    Andrea
    prajaline(at)gmail(dot)com

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  153. Nice boxes, and I love Center City! My go-to gift is Elizabeth Hartman Perfect Zip Bags. I can whip one up in about fifteen minutes and there are so many ways to customize them, from colors to embellishments (I like embroidering initials on the inside). Perfect!

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  154. We just gave my MIL a t-shirt quilt. It was made from 25 years of memorial softball tourney tees, and it came out really cool. But I also like to make small gifts, like hand knit washcloths and quilted notebooks.

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