Thursday, July 20, 2017

12 Days of Christmas in July, part 2 & Giveaway #2

Welcome to my 2nd post for Sarah's 12 Days of Christmas in July blog hop.  Here are the blogger posts for today (besides Sarah's and mine).

Thursday, July 20th

 
Sarah is having a great giveaway of Tula Pink's new holiday line, BUT, you have to comment on all the blog posts in the giveaway to enter.  

Last blog post, I showed you 4 different projects.  I have another 4 projects for you today.  At the end, there is another giveaway.

#5.  Project Bags:
 
Project Bags are a great idea for crafters.  Knitters/crocheter can put their yarns and needles in a bag, to take with them.  They are great for sewing/quilting projects, too.  In May, I made 10 different project bags, and, last week, I started another 14 project bags.  I've already given some away, and several of the new project bags will be given away, too.  


  Those are just a few of the project bags I made in May.  
 
The pattern I used makes 4 different sizes, but, I've only made the largest size so far.  Here is the link to the pattern
 
These bags, in different sizes, would be great for kids, too.  Make a large one to hold Barbies, and a smaller one, to hold all of those Barbie accessories.  What about toy cars, or action figures?   These would be great for packing items, too (lingerie, etc).  
 
 
#6.  Pin Cushion Thread Catchers: 
 
These are very popular.  I've made several dozen over the years, and I only have one left, that isn't in use.  They are all over my house.  It's time to make another dozen, I guess.
a few I made last summer


pin cushion thread catcher, with matching sewing machine mat
 
These are great for stitchers, or for other crafters.  I've given them to scrapbookers, too.  They are a big hit at my family reunions.  I never go without a couple, and never come home with any.  I have a tutorial on this blog post.  Like I said, I usually make about a dozen at a time.  Really easy to chain piece.
 
Here are a few more that I've made.
pin cushion thread catchers


#7.  Table toppers/Table runners:

Who doesn't have a table or end table?  Table toppers and Table runners can be used in many places.  I have one in my sewing room, under my ruler holder.

I've made these for gifts, and even taught my beginning quilting class how to make them.  Many I've designed myself.  Just find a block you like, and create around that block.

They can be seasonal:
 
2 that I designed for my beginning quilting class

I went crazy and made over 40 Sixty degree table runners for gifts one year.  I only have one left (for me).
snowmen





Here are more ideas:





I have a tutorial for this one here.


#8. Placemats:

Who doesn't need placemats?  I use them everyday!  My little quilt guild makes 100 placemats for Meals on Wheels every Christmas (one side holiday, the other side neutral).

Last year, I made placemats for my Secret Sister.  Her kitchen is decorated in Roosters.
Guadalupe's placemats
 I'm working on some camper placemats for my brother, to put in his 5th wheel.  Sorry, these are not finished.

 
 You don't need a pattern to make placemats.  Design your own!  Standard placemats are 14" x 18".
 
OK, here is today's giveaway!
extra large Project Bag
PLEASE, read the rules below.  I've had so many people comment that are no-reply commenters.  I've added a message to each of those, below the comment they made on my previous post.  
 
*Here are the Rules!  First, if I can't reach you, you lose out, so, PLEASE, when you leave a comment, make sure your email address is included.  I can NOT reach Google+ commenters, and No-Reply commenters.  If I don't reply to your blog comment within 48 hours, then I can't reach you.  Try again, with your email attached.  I'll draw a winner on July 26th, after the blog hop is over, to give everyone a chance to comment.  You do NOT have to be a follower to win.  If you can't comment on my blog, look under my profile, at the top of the blog, and my email address is there.  Send me an email, and what blog post you are commenting on, and I'll enter you in the contest.  See, EASY!  Also, I reply to every comment that has an email attached, since I think comments are IMPORTANT.  
Good luck!  
 
 

198 comments:

  1. All very sweet ideas, love the project bags. stephaniewoodward@att.net

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  2. You are like the Energizer Bunny!! Everything is just wonderful and you are so gracious with your giving. Hope you've had a wonderful TOGA.

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  3. You are just full of all kinds of ideas! I enjoyed looking at all of them. It is nice to see multiples in different fabrics. Thanks for the suggestions.

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  4. I love the Pin Cushion Thread Catchers a fantastic idea and thanks for bring part of the blog hop. delissac@hotmail.com

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  5. The thread catcher is so what I need to make right now, and place mats, lovely choices there too. You have been so busy, and it is a delight to make goodies and find a happy recipient. Specially someone who does not sew.

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  6. You have been busy - so many inspirational projects. Thanks.

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  7. I love every idea. I could make some place mats. I did not grow up using place mats except at special events such as Thanksgiving and Christmas. My daughter uses them all the time. My son and his 4 year old daughter live with me to help all of us (I have an invisible disability). In the summer we have his 11 year old son. A friend gave us place mats when his daughter came to live with us. She loves her Elsa place mat. I could make her some place mats and she would love them. She asked me to knit her some dish cloths for her "kitchen." She requested pink and purple. Of course, I need "thread catchers" in every room. Thanks for all the inspiration from every idea - they are all winners.

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  8. Thank you for so many lovely ideas. I must get round to making a thread catcher. I'm constantly picking up threads off the floor

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  9. Golly what great projects - I want to try them all especially the thread catcher. Thanks for sharing your great projects.

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  10. So many ideas, so many projects. I could do with a new thread catcher, mine is great but not weighted with a pin cushion and I keep knocking it off the table and of course it lands on the floor with the threads all over the carpet, sigh! Great post Cheryl

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  11. I love your project bags! What a great idea.

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  12. WOW, great gift ideas. I need to get my list started of who gets what so I can stay focused. Thank you for all the inspiration. I especially want to make a couple of the thread catcher pin cushions.

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  13. This is such a fun blog hop and has got me inspired to get started early this year. I really need a thread catcher for myself tho. Thanks, grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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  14. Wonderful gift ideas! May have to make a project bag or two.

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  15. Thanks for sharing again. enjoying hops.

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  16. What a haul!!! Now I begin to see what has been keeping you busy. All of the projects, bags, thread catchers, toppers, runners, placemats you gave us a gold mine. Thanks for the thread catcher tute link, I need a new one.

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  17. Lots of wonderful gift ideas.

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  18. What beautiful table toppers! So many good ideas..

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  19. Never thought of making my own project bags (I throw everything in zip-lock bags)-but these are so much better-thank you for the pattern. Great ideas-love my thread catchers, adding pin cushions-even better! Thank you for sharing, Susan

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  20. great ideas...love the mats and the project bags but i really could use the thread catchers!

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  21. Fantastic projects. All so very useful. cwhippc at aol dot com

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  22. You are so full off wonderful ideas Cheryl! What pattern are you using for the thread catchers? I made a couple of those years ago, I love them. The one I was gifted looked like yours.

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  23. Thanks for more great projects!! I have made a similar project bag and I really need to make myself a thread catcher. I look forward to your next post!
    eahorgan@gmail.com

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  24. I keep promising myself I'm going to make a thread catcher. So far, I have lied to myself. Ha! Thank you for the ideas for gifts. momoftana at yahoo dot com

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  25. Great ideas! Last year I made table toppers for several family members and they were very well received. Thanks for sharing!

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  26. Every sewing machine should have a pincushion thread catcher!!!

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  27. Wow! You have wonderful project ideas!!! I spotted your sewing machine mat and would love to make one of those for my machine!!

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  28. So many great ideas! I'm impressed you came up with all these so easily. Thank you for sharing all this wonderful inspiration!

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  29. I love my pin cushion thread catcher. I've never made a project bag, those are a great idea. Thanks for sharing.

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  30. Thanks for sharing all your projects. You have given me lots of ideas and inspiration to get busy. thanks for the generous giveaway.

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  31. I'm enjoying all of your ideas for Christmas gifts. I have a pin cushion thread catcher and I love it. I need to make another one to take on retreats with me as I usually forget mine. Love your project bag. Thanks for sharing.

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  32. Such an avalanche of projects! Thanks for sharing!

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  33. Thanks for sharing your project ideas for Christmas gifts. I need to get busy! mfhagopian@aol.com

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  34. You've got lots of great Christmas ideas in this post. It's time to think ahead and get some ideas myself, lol! Thanks for sharing.

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  35. The project bags look great. I was trying to decide if I wanted to buy the pattern. But if I can win one, I could use it and decide for sure. Did you do the plastic window in it like the description mentions?
    I definitely need to make some placemats.

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  36. Great ideas! They would be good birthday gifts too, and things to make for yourself.

    I don't make a lot of my Christmas gifts because it puts so much pressure on me. One person generally gets a quilt, and that is it.

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  37. Wow Cheryl, what a sewer. Love all the projects especially the placemats. Thanks for all the ideas. Darlene dhoctor@sbcglobal.net

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  38. Great ideas! Thanks. Janice.snell@gmail.com

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  39. So, SO many fun ideas! Thank you for all the creative inspiration. This sure is a fun "hop" to be a part of, I've enjoyed every day so far!
    Debbie
    ollieami@aol.com

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  40. Thanks for all of the great ideas!! I am going to have to "borrow" the tablerunner tutorials. I love making them.

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  41. I love your ideas and your tutorials. thank you.

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  42. That watermelon topper is so cute. So many other ideas to make. Thanks for sharing.

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  43. More great ideas. I love making table toppers, almost instant gratification. LOL

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  44. Thanks again for sharing all of your wonderful creations. I love those project bags. They are much nicer than the assorted plastic bags that I use. Maybe I will be fortunate enough to win your giveaway!

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  45. I have loved looking at all of your projects! Great ideas! Great inspiration! Thanks! IronLftr10atyahoo.com

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  46. These are all great gift ideas. I especially like the camper placemats you are making. We have a new Airstream and I have some fun fabrics that I would like to make some decor with...this is one useful item that I can put together.

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  47. Wow, lots of projects! I think that I should make more placemats. I love,love fabric and have many tablerunners but only holiday placemats. Thanks for all the great ideas!

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  48. GREAT IDEAS hjrogers@sympatico.ca

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  49. WOW! What a generous giveaway.

    I love the placemat & table runner ideas.

    Thank you for the eye candy.

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  50. So many great ideas, thank you.
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  51. Goodness, Cheryl, so many fabulous ideas - but my big take-away? Making your placemats for Meals on Wheels two-sided, with one side non-holiday - we made placemats for a similar reason last year but it never occurred to me to make the back side something they could use all year! Thanks for working so hard to make the hop a success this year!

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  52. My goodness, you've been busy! And so many thread catchers--it took me forever to make one! Those project bags would be really useful; I'll have to try making one!

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  53. I'm going to have to agree with Sarah, so many items to choose from. I'm going to check with our local Meals ON Wheels and see if they would want some of these. Thanks for joining up.

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  54. Great ideas. Thanks for sharing.

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  55. Love your thread catchers! Thank you for sharing your work with us!

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  56. Wow! You've been really busy! These are all great projects. Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win :)

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  57. wow! busy busy busy . I love those project bags....

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  58. Wow! That's quite a few gifts you made! Thanks for the great ideas!

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  59. Meals on Wheels!.... I need to check and see if they have anyone doing goodies for them!.

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  60. Great gift ideas. I was just thinking the other day that I needed a thread cathcher for myself. I'll have to check out your tutorial. Thanks. kthurn@bektel.com

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  61. Love the thread catchers.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  62. It is fun to see all the variations on your projects.

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  63. LOts of great ideas here for Christmas gifts, Thanks! Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  64. I am really liking the trailer place mat and wondering if there is a pattern someplace for the trailer pieces. Am enjoying this Christmas in July again this year.

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  65. Wow! You have been very busy. I love making table runners, table toppers, etc. for gifts. They are usually quick and easy, but still handmade and that's what I want. I love the project bags! Thanks for the link. You are so kind to share so many projects. Thank you!

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  66. I do love those project bags! I may have to try a few of them!
    hulseybg at gmail dot com

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  67. Another great set of projects! Love all the ideas. Thanks for sharing.

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  68. So many ideas to choose from! You are one talented person. Thank you for sharing. ndfromsdATgmailDOTcom

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  69. I just checked out your Pincushion thread catcher tutorial - lots of photo's to make it, so I can't go wrong! and love the fabrics you used. Thanks for the chance to win something :)

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  70. Project bags are a great idea, I always have so many things on the go. x

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  71. Thank you for the great ideas. Those thread catchers are the best. And the camper placemats are really darling.

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  72. i'm going to make myself some thread catchers. thanks for the tut.

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  73. Wow! 40 60-degree table runners, 39 of which were given as gifts. Did you keep a list of whom they were given to, so you didn't duplicate? I find that's a problem for me, as I get a little older (53 now)--I can't remember if I've made something for someone before. Now I make lists and just have to remember to write it down before I send it off!

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  74. I am inspired by the amount of thread catchers and table runners you have made. Thank you for sharing the tutorial.

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  75. Wow, you've been busy. Love those thread catchers!

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  76. I'm so happy to see your tutorial for the pin holder thread catcher. I've never looked into making those before

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  77. Those little campers are so cute! Thanks for doing a second post for the 12 days of Christmas in July Blog Hop!

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  78. I love your projects! I need the thread catcher! Thank you!
    kcummings71@gmail.com

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  79. So many ideas. You are so productive; I feel like a slacker.
    b.burnett1@myfairpoint.net

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  80. wow so many wonderful ideas. they are all so great. thanks for all the many ideas.
    quilting dash lady at Comcast dot net

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  81. So many more great ideas! I may try making a thread catcher from your tutorial.
    Gunterheather @ yahoo . com

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  82. Wow you ARE an over-achiever as Sarah says! Great ideas, and over FORTY hexagon table runners?! Wow... Thanks for the clickable tutorial as well!

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  83. Thanks for all of the fantastic ideas.

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  84. I keep thinking I'm going to make thread catchers......maybe this will be the year. I love your project bag. It makes life so much easier when projects have a "home"! Thanks!

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  85. Project bags for your projects - what a concept!
    tvonzalez at gmail dot com

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  86. So many cute ideas for gifts! I think I'm inspired :-)

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  87. You are so talented at making these various gift ideas. The thread catchers are absolutely a must for every quilter!

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  88. I love that project bag and was always going to make some. If I win then I guess I won't need to. The only thing that's stopping me is the zipper. I know that's ridiculous, but I haven't done anything with a zipper in years.

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  89. Love your projects. I want to make a couple table toppers for friends for Christmas. You have really given me some ideas. Thanks for sharing.

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  90. you have Christmas made already , don't you?

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  91. Your set for Christmas giving!

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  92. Love seeing all the different tablerunners. I love making them and having some new ideas is great! Thank you.

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  93. Love the project bags. The ones I made don't have the handle, I like that addition.

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  94. The project bags look very nice and individualized--
    useful for lots of things!
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  95. Wow, you have a lot of ideas. Thanks for sharing with us! cknapp3626(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  97. Wow! You have been super productive! Love all your projects. Such wonderful gift ideas! Thanks for all the suggestions and links for instructions...
    nancy.sumner@comcast.net

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  98. Love your project bags! That's a lot of sewing.

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  99. So many useful ideas for projects. Thank you!

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  100. Your pin cushion theead catcher just went on my to do list! I 'need' one!

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  101. MORE GREAT IDEA THANKS FOR THEM I'M GOING TO NEED THEM SOONER THAN LATER. LOL READINGTIRZAH AT YAHOO.COM

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  102. So many great ideas. Thanks! tljeo at yahoo dot com

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  103. Thanks for sharing all these wonderful ideas!

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  104. WOW! you outdid yourself with ideas and inspiration for future projects. Thank you for sharing and being so generous, including with your giveaway. I can see so many good uses ... and no, not for Barbie's for me!

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  105. All very cute, and useful. I esp. love the one with the sewing machine. On my blog left sidebar, is an Email image that leads to my contact form :)

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  106. Love your line up of projects. My favorite is the project bag. Thank you! sewgood414athotmaildotcom

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  107. So many good projects, I wish I had time to do all of them.

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  109. Thanks for all the gift ideas for the 12 Days of Christmas in July Blog Hop!!

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  110. Great projects! I love making table runners, because they finish fairly quickly. You showed a lot of beautiful ones!

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  111. Love the projects very inspirational. Thanks so much
    Swoot@att.net

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  112. You are one busy quilter! I keep telling myself I'm going to make a pin cushion/thread catcher like those that you showed us. I AM going to make one!! Love seeing your projects - very inspiring!

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  113. Wow busy stitcher....very cool ideas too....ty for sharing your talent with us.... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  114. Love all eight ideas. The Project bags are one I want to try and make. First I'm working on the watermelon table topper, I bought the book and the fabric is ready. Thank you.

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  115. Lots of great inspiration on your blog. I love the 60 degree runners.

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  116. Wow, you've been busy! Great ideas to remember!

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  117. Wonderful ideas. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  118. Cheryl, you've given us a lot of super ideas to keep us sewing all year long! I've found that making placemats for friends is always appreciated, especially when they match their décor. Your thread catchers are a project I could use myself...going to add that one to my list! Thanks! duchick at gmail dot com

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  119. You are certainly a busy lady!! I think the thread catchers are what I want to make. I could really use a few of them!
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  120. Those project bags are works of art!

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  121. I like the project bag so much. Thanks for the link to the pattern. That's the next thing I'm going to make.

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  122. All great ideas for Christmas gifts, or any occasion. I've made some pincushion threadcatchers in the past. I have them at all my work stations too. You can never have too many project bags. Thanks for all the great ideas.

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  123. Love your project bags. They are so useful for a lot of things. Thanks for sharing so many ideas. You sure can never go wrong with a table topper or a thread catcher. bandu(dot)yeo(at)gmail(dot)com

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  124. All kinds of great ideas for us tu sew. Thanks. Jmikebalou (at) aol (dot) com

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  125. You are certainly inventive and industrious! Thanks for all the ideas, and for reminding me I need to make a few custom-sized placemats. susanprincess at att dot net

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  126. What a lot of great ideas! Thanks. beimborn@charter.net

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  127. Wow, so many nice projects. Thanks
    karb328@aol.com

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  128. love your blog want to make some of the project bags. have made several 60 degree table runners love them skjack1347@gmail.com

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  129. So many wonderful ideas here. I have wanted to make one of those thread catchers for a while so thanks for the link. I love the project bags. I can never have enough of them.

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  130. Sixty degree table runners are a favorite of mine. When I see border prints I like, I buy them. But recently, I have been doing WOF table runners when I need a quick gift because they are so fast. I got my first serger back in the 80's just so I could make matching napkins for placemats. I haven't tried project bags, though. I guess I need to watch for that pattern. Thanks for your wonderful ideas!

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  131. I just love looking at all your projects. So many ideas, so little time. 8-)
    sewlady003 at yahoo dot com

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  132. Thanks, I love making table toppers for all seasons and holidays, the project bags I need.
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  133. I love the little fabric/thread catcher bags. I definitely need to make one or a few of those! dawn.bulthuis@gmail.com

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  134. You have been so busy! I am going to try the clear vinyl project bags. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  135. Love all the small gifts to give . Will be making some soon.

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  136. Thanks for the links, I have a few bookmarked and will be making them ASAP!

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  137. I saved your tutorial for the star table runner. I think I could do that one! Love getting new patterns and ideas. I would like to enter your drawing if it is not too late. I don't know if I am a no reply blogger or not but here is my e-mail. bobnanmol@yahoo dot com Thanks Nancy

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  138. You have give me some really great gift ideas. Thank you for your tutorial on making the pincushion/thread catchers. I made one in which the pincushion is attached to a fabric encased ceramic tile. I feel like having a tile in there is a bad idea for anyone with small children or cats. I can't wait to make your version of this useful item.

    hijoffeATgmailDOTcom

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  139. I would love to win. creations4u7@aol.com

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  140. Sarah is right, you are an overachiever. I'm going to have to come back to look at the tutorial for the thread catcher/pincushions.
    Pat

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  141. So many great ideas, being an RV owner I really like the retro trailer place mats. I have a pattern for a pillow but didn't even think about using it for place mats too!
    Jeri Oldtisme@aol.com

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  142. Whoo, look at all these ideas! I am hopping over to your tutorial for the pincushion thread catcher, thank you for that!

    ~Brandy

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  143. Wow, you definitely believe in making things by the dozen! You must stay pretty busy making gifts all year long. I really like the placemats for your brother - so thematic! Thanks for giving away a project bag, that's very nice of you. dezertsuz at gmail

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  144. You have lots of wonderful projects.

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  145. Hi Cheryl,
    Another great, GREAT list of gift ideas. I have not made any of these except the placemats and table runners. The thread catchers look like a fabulous idea and so useful. I love the placemats that you are making for your brother and his fifth wheel. ~smile~ Roseanne

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  146. Cheryl, I am absolutely amazed at ALL the gifts you have made, and *how many!* great ideas you have shared!!
    *Thank you!*
    (By the way, that is a *beautiful* Singer hand crank you have there, Cheryl!! How fun! I love my La Vencedora, too!)
    Pat T.

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  147. another great list of christmas gifts, i loved the caravan placemats

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  148. You have some great ideas here. I especially like those project bags as I have a lot of crafters in my life that would love them for gifts. Thanks for the idea.

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  149. I have that project bag pattern and have made several, but it never occurred to me to use a completed block in one! GENIUS! I have a few novelty blocks that I love that have no home--they will now!!! Thanks for the idea and the great gift ideas!

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  150. So many choices for gifts. thank you for sharing.

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  151. I love the project bags..need one for every project! Lol
    Copperpene@comcast.net

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  152. Wow, fantastic gift ideas.Thanks you!!

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  153. I love that project bag! I need to make some table runners! That is such a good idea! missysaprons@gmail.com

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  154. I like the idea of using a smaller glasses case for spare chargers!

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  155. Your camper placemat is so cute, I might want to get a camper again! Great ideas!

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  156. I really like the aprons best, great ideas! beimborn@charter.net

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  157. Lots of wonderful ideas . I see you need my E-mail Jmikebalou (at) aol (dot) com

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  158. Wow, you have a lot of great ideas--thanks for sharing them. susanprincess at att dot net

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  159. Such great ideas. Thanks so much for collecting them for us!

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  160. OMG! You've been quite productive thanks for sharing all of your creations.
    ejaneemerson@yahoo.com

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  161. I love the chicken fabric you used in one of the placemats! Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  162. More good ideas and more goodies. Thanks for the chance to win.
    jlpfeffer at gmail dot com

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  163. Wow, so many comments & we all love your projects. Thanks for all your e-mails. You are so productive....I'm always impressed by how much you do. Keep up the good work. Pat Reigle

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  164. Ohh my goodness! You have so many ideas. Now I need to get busy!

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  165. Love the hexi table toppers. Also, you just reminded me I had pulled fabric for little camper potholders for my sister-- better dig that project back out!

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  166. Lots of awesome ideas--thank for the inspiration!

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  167. I love the thread catchers tutorial. Thank you for sharing all of your ideas!

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