I posted last week about this event coming up. I hope there are several of you that read my post that plan to participate.
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I have been working hard even before this week, and I did manage to get a few things accomplished.
Just Friday night I embroidered this little shirt for our foster grandchild for his birthday party. He loves trucks and cars of any kind, and he sleeps with a little red monster truck so I couldn't resist this cute design from www.designsbyjuju.com. The big 5 came from the alphabet "Landon" by www.planetapplique.com, and the name is from Kabo designs #114. I think he will love it!
This week I also worked on my fabric gift bags. Now I'm not finished, but I wanted to show you the ones I have made. They are nothing fancy, but they serve the purpose and eliminate a lot of extra garbage for the landfill at Christmas. I bought the fabric after Christmas last year at Hancock's, and also the ribbon at Hobby Lobby.
Sorry I didn't pictures of the bags with gifts inside. I just haven't had time! I will add some pics later. I've made 6 of these so far.
These are some shirts I did at the beginning of the week.
|Saying from Applique Corner|
|Snowman face from Sew Terrific|
|Jingle All the Way from Bunnycup Embroidery|
Yes, I've been busy! However, this isn't all I've done. I'll have another post coming up of a few more things I did in November.
I still have a couple more things to make. This will be a very, very busy week! I'm just thankful that I'm retired and I can enjoy the month of December no matter how hectic it gets.
I love Christmas, but I always try to remember the real reason for the season. Jesus Christ was born to save us all! John 3:16.
Hugs to my blogging friends!