Wednesday, November 19, 2014

T'was the Night Blog Hop...Day 7

It is my day to share my sweet gifts from 
the funny and talented Lynn at Thimblemouse and Spouse
Big thanks to Mdm Samm and to Marlene 
for adding a super fun twist to our holiday blog hop.

Lynn stitched these awesome quick gifts...sEw perfect for me...
How did Lynn know I fell in love with this fabric line as soon as I saw it?? 
The cutest mouse pincushion....so stinkin' cute,
a mug rug made from a block from the Winter Wonderlane panel,
and a quilted sleeve enclosed in a see through mug...
perfect for holding all my tracing pencils.
The fabric line is Winter Wonderland by Anne Sutton...
and it is sEw perfect for this sweet trio.
Love, the fabrics...love the gift Lynn!!
Check out the free patterns at Bunny Hill Designs by Anne Sutton


 The mouse pin cushion is a free pattern at Bustleandsew.
I love the quilted body of the mouse...a change from the original pattern.
It is cute made in wool too!!
I will be making some of these...for sure...just not this year!!
Just the cutest gifts. Thanks again Lynn!!!

I managed to make a few quick gifts...

#1 Needle keepers...watch for a tutorial coming soon...
(not much sewing time at the moment...
caring for my sweet hubby...he is my #1 priority)
#2 collapsible thread catchers...free pattern at redhenfabrics
 #3 embroidered pot holders
... pattern is an iron on by Aunt Martha's #3951
#4 crocheted pot scrubbers...free pattern by Pat Linn
#5 a snowman ornament...wish I could find the pattern...it's hiding
#6 Santa pail...it was fun to make...the pattern is hiding too!!
#7 crocheted scarves...are always great, soooo many colors to choose
you really do need more than one!
#8 a vintage jar filled with some homemade healthy snacks
...soooo good
#9 embroidered tea towel...a free pattern by Michelle Ridgway
She has more free embroidery designs on her sidebar...
her gingerbread design is soooo cute!!
 #10...crayon bags are quick to make when you use pre-quilted fabric
the pattern is by Clothesline Quilts
#12  coasters using 5" squares and some batting...
I chose a different fabric for front and back...
Hope you found a few quick gift ideas...

...now for the gift I sent to Mary...
more of my favorites
I stuffed the box till I couldn't stuff anymore in.
pot holder, soap dish apron and matching tea towel, 
...an embroidered tea towel
...a needle keeper
...a thread catcher
...crocheted pot scrubber
...a vintage jar with some embroidery floss
...a Hugs and Kisses table runner pattern by Helen Stubbings
...a few Christmas ornaments
...the last is a package of needle pullers...
sure to be your best friend when you are making Tammy bags.

Please be sure to visit all the talented ladies posting today

Wednesday, Nov. 19
Quilt N Queen


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Happy Holidays

61 comments:

  1. What a wonderful bunch of gift ideas! Love the thread catchers. Thank you for sharing and Happy Holidays!!!

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  2. Pooh! The cutest mouse ever! Great ideas for gifts you showed off - thanks.

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  3. This is all so amazing. The gifts you received are lovely. Love that fabric, too.
    And all the wonderful ideas you have for quick gifts are great. Thanks for sharing.
    Your partner must have loved their parcel when it arrived with all your special goodies!
    Now what is going on with your hubby? Is he okay?

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  4. Hmm... that would be Ooooh! Not Pooh!! Sorry!

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  5. Beautiful gifts sent and received! I so love the stitcheries on the tea towels xxx

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  6. Oh, look how cute those coordinating gifts are from Lynne - sweet little mouse pincushion. And these are fabulous ideas for gifts - thanks for sharing the links. Just today, I lost my pot scrubber down the disposal... Sorry to hear about your husband - my thoughts and prayers are with you.

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  7. That Lynn, she is always making the cutest things. Enjoy! My, oh my, you really have a lot of inspiration here. Great ideas, all of them. I love that Santa pail. Looks like you spoiled Mary perfectly. Sorry to hear about your Mr. Wonderful. Hugs to you. Take care of both of you.

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  8. Pauline, I hope your hubby is better very soon. Your gifts from Lynn are so sweet. You really know how to whip up som cute gifts yourself. What a lot of great ideas. Merry Christmas!

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  9. Dear Pauline, you have made so wonderful gifts, thanks for sharing all the links.
    My want to do list gets longer and longer...smile.
    You recived wonderful gifts too, lucky and the next on the list ist very very lucky too!
    Best recovery wishes to your husband and hugs to you!
    Bente

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  10. Wonderful gifts. Like the collapsible thread catchers, would come in handy when taking a class. The crocheted scarves are lovely.

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  11. Lynn's mouse and mug rug are so pretty and such wonderful gifts. Love your needle keepers and thread catchers, and your gifts to Mary are fantastic!

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  12. Such cute gifts from Lynn... I love the red/white theme! Thanks for all of the great ideas and the links... also love the gifts you sent. Your post is chocked full of inspiration!

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  13. Beautiful gifts and so many fabulous ideas and links!!!!! ^^

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  14. Lots of fantastic gifts! Thanks for all the ideas and eye candy. That mouse you got is adorable.

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  15. Pauline your gift is truly adorable and I'm like you - what great fabric! That mouse would make anyone smile! And you made so many wonderful thinks I can't choose a favorite! But I will tell you I've been busy making potholders that aren't nearly as cute as yours! blessings, marlene

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  16. I just cracket when I saw the mouse you received!!! And your projects are on the top, your stitching is just beautiful and your crocheted scarves are just on my to-do-list`!

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  17. Ok, I admit it, I have mouse envy. That's the only mouse I ever saw that would be welcome in my house. :) Love your whole set of gifts. And your list of ideas seemed endless. Coming back for a second read and add a few things to my list. Thank you for taking time to share. Hugs for you and your Hubs. Enjoy your holiday.

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  18. Good Day Pauline...beautiful gifts and great suggestions...each and everyone adorable...love welllll everything....you do crochet too...love the detail...photos very nice...

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  19. That mouse pincushion is so stinking cute! The projects you have shown are over the top! You sure have been busy!

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  20. Your tea towel is so cute! I love the crocheted edging--beautiful!!

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  21. Those gifts from Lynn are just so cute! You really showed some amazing and beautiful ideas for gifts...wow! You have been a very busy, busy, busy sewing lady and caring for your sweet hubby, too! Thanks for all the links.

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  22. Really like that fancy dressed little mouse and that material you used to make your gift really caught my eye!

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  23. Thanks for an awesome great list of to-do projects! Your gifts received and sent are all wonderful. Our prayers continue for your husband and you. Take care, sweet lady!!

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  24. Neat, neat goodies. Great ideas.

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  25. Great ideas! I had forgotten about some of them and some I had never seen.

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  26. Wonderful gifts, love the thread catchers! Sweet mouse pin keep :D

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  27. Wow, you got busy with this, didn't you? All such sweet gifts as well:)

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  28. So many wonderful gifts, I don't know where to start! Wonderful thread catchers. Looks like I am shopping for 4" hoops now! :-) So much inspiration...but still time! Yeah!

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  29. All of your gifts are so lovely! I esp. love your embroidery.. there is something so clean about red and white, isn't there? I don't know which of your items I like better! I suppose it doesn't matter, I'll just start at the top and work my way down! :) Merry Christmas, Pauline! (and my prayers are with and your husband, for whatever you're dealing with. The Lord knows.)

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  30. Pauline, you have made so many beautiful items. I want to put them on my list so thank you for the links. You did a wonderful job. The gifts you sent and received are just as beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

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  31. Pauline, you are one very creative lady. Your gift ideas are wonderful. I love all of my wonderful gifts. Thank you. You and your husband are in my thoughts and prayers.

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  32. The gifts are all wonderful. I love that little mouse! Your gift ideas are fabulous too.

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  33. It's all absolutely darling. I really like the tea towels!

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  34. Goodness, this is a gift idea making jackpot! Thanks so much for sharing so many wonderful ideas with us, Pauline. You're an inspiration!

    Enjoy those sweet gifts from Lynn!

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  35. Well haven't you been the busy elf. So many ideas, so little time. Your gifts are great, both the ones your recieved and the ones you gave or made for giving.

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  36. What a great post! Thinking of you Pauline and sending you many good thoughts and prayers...yes, husbands come first! I am so happy you enjoyed my little offering...your pictures are great! I love all the wonderful projects you made...wow! Thanks for all the links...I really want to try my little mouse paws at the collapsible thread holder! Sending HUGS!

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  37. Good heavens, yeah, you made a couple things... hahaha! Thank you for the ideas, I am saving the link for the crocheted scrubber, and I really like the Santa Pail. I hope your husband gets to feeling better soon!
    ~Brandy

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  38. Pauline I am just in awe~ Your gifts are absolutely stunning!! I can't wait to make a few of them, and I sew need a good needlekeeper pattern!! We are keeping you in our prayers, and wishing you the happiest of Holidays!!
    Huggs, Nancy

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  39. You are SO creative and get SO much accomplished. I am in awe of you!! Love each item. Will have to copy a few for my own gift giving!
    Gmama Jane

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  40. Love those collapsible thread catchers! Thanks for all the links and inspiration! Lovely gifts from thimblemouse...hope yourhubby is on the mend and has a speedy recovery.

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  41. Wonderful gifts given and received! I love the Santa Pail. One of these is in my grand-darling's future for sure. Thanks so much for all the links to the patterns ... :) Pat

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  42. The gifts Lynn sent you are just gorgeous. You have some wonderful Christmas gift projects too.

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  43. Oh my goodness but those are fantastic projects ... how you found the time for everything ... ??? Dearest Pauline ... be well and .... I wish you and everyone in your family good health!! Hugs dear lady!!

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  44. Wow... so many ideas! Thank you so much. Love your gift! Merry Christmas, ~Cori

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  45. Lovely ideas! Thanks for sharing.

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  46. So many fab ideas to make at the last minute. I'll be waiting to see the needle keeper tut. The collapsible thread catchers are an idea I need to make for ME!!! :) That mouse pincushion is just too cute! Thanks for all the ideas. Hope DH is doing better - you take care, too.

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  47. You received some cute gifts. Your quick gift ideas are terrific. Prayers for your husband and you. I hope you're also taking care of yourself too!

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  48. Your projects are all adorable...what a clever idea that colapsible thread catcher. That would work for a lot of different things.

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  49. Wowzers that's a lot of ideas and projects! The colapsible thread catcher is neat. Hope hubby is feeling better soon.

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  50. What a fun post full of holiday spirit. Luv the mouse!

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  51. That mouse is so darn cute! I really like all of your gift ideas and appreciate the pointer to the patterns

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  52. That little mouse pincushion is just too cute! I love your gift ideas, especially the crayon holder. :)
    -Brittany

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  53. Pauline, Such cute things. I have a hard time liking mice but your winter wonderland mouse is adorable. This fabric line is adorable. Today i was searching for a stitchery for an angel. Thank you for the link. The towels are cute as can be with the crocheted edge. I always love to see what you create because it is always something I would like in my home. You have been a good little elf :) Merry Christmas. Janita

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  54. WOW ! So many ideas, and all so well done. Thank you for including directions for some, I love the mouse pin cushion that you received. Your snowmen potholders are so cute. Merry Christmas

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  55. Oh what a beautiful bunch of ideas. The redwork angel is my favorite. She is just beautiful. The mouse that Lynn sent is adorable. Have a very Merry Christmas!

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  56. Lots of great ideas. The redwork is perfect. You got some great gifts too....love the mouse.

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  57. So many great ideas!! Thanks for sharing the tutorial for the collapsible thread catchers. I'm off to check that out.

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  58. Wow you had a ton of ideas! I love to make the collapsible thread catchers.

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  59. Wow Pauline!! ....or should I call you Mrs. Claus? Tons and tons of gifts made and so many ideas I actually had to make a list :) thanks for the links too.

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  60. Wowzers! Lots of productivity going on at your place. Very cool. Everything is fabulous it is hard to pick a favorite. I love them all!

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