honestly the last on my list as to why the holidays are my favourite season. At
the top is that I get to sloooow down and spend some quality down time with my
family and friends. The season just feels so festive with all the decorations,
the carols being heard in people cars and homes and the food. YES – the fooood!
Definitely a fave!
to think about my loved ones and come up with a gift that they would love and
shows that I’m paying attention to what they love.
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why they normally ask me for a list to go from. I get it. If you’re not in the
quilting or sewing world, it can be pretty overwhelming for them to know what
you need or want. I should know, I got a button kit, when I never work with
buttons – ha!
They’ll thank you for taking the guess work out of what to get you!
specific for us quilters. Read on to find out what’s on this year’s list!
Walk book sitting on top of the Plus Infinity Quilt – pattern available in the shop.
You can also find my free tutorials here.
present a quilter could receive (well, the Bernina would be pretty awesome too!
See bottom of the list 😉). So, even though this category is always at
the top of the list, I would be remiss to not include her again here.
gift cards are the way to go. Here are some places that I could shop up a storm
with some gift cards:
Cottoneer (just email email@example.com)
which includes a monthly subscription to her printed panels.
fun to explore –
maybe even paired with this retro inspired bundle.
Another form of gift certificates that would be a welcome surprise
is to be treated to longarm quilting! I’ve always quilted my quilts from start
to finish, but I’ve seen some amazing work done by longarm quilters and it’s
super tempting to send a quilt out. Here’s who I would love to try out:
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studio. But some are just essential and inspiring. Here’s what’s new in my
studio or what I’m thinking about bringing in:
the thread I use, and I wanted to explore more of their collection in order to
play and better be able to guide you on your thread options. Some quilt shops
are offering a new monthly thread subscription featuring the new Color Builders series. You can also buy them separately if you’d prefer to
focus on just one series. There are some
gorgeous colour combinations and these are currently speaking to me.
the perfect thread for my quilts every time (especially since I order online
all the time).
to my studio. Read about why I love it here.
Scissors and, wow, they cut like buttah!
can make them as simple or as ornate as you want. I think of both Amy and Cheri
whenever I think cute needlebooks. Here’s the link to Amy’s Well Traveled Sewing Book PDF and this smaller version from Tink In Stitches.
your own. They make great gifts too! Here’s a step by step guide on how to do
Stocking Stuffer Guide for Quilters. Here’s 2017 and 2018 if you want some ideas
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sewing studio and think some art prints might just do the trick.
my studio wall too.
you know how much I love trees. You can also opt to plant an extra tree. We all need happy little trees 😊
on display. I’ve got a few minis available in the shop!
I really need to get it sorted. I’ve been on the fence about this led one for
about 2 years now (see, I really think through my purchases!) and I’m still
machine, but every once in a while, I wonder what it would be like to stitch on
one of these pretties:
with some fancy stitches too!
this newer one, but goodness that price tag is a little cray-cray.
of sewing machines. Doe it come with the cute kitty too. Not sure how Pips
would feel about that 😉
I sure wouldn’t say no 😉
combining your travel needs with some quilting! There’s a couple of quilting
cruises taking place in 2020, including:
be in for this 7-night cruise exploring Eastern Caribbean and Bahamas from June
20-28, 2020, but that’s smack dab during an important family birthday and I
don’t think they’d ever forgive me for ditching them for quilting – ha!
Hosted by Stephanie of Modern Sewciety, it’s a 7-night cruise exploring the wildlife and glaciers in
Alaska from July 26 – August 2, 2020.
need even more inspiration, be sure to check out the:
Quilters coming up in the next couple of weeks!
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