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I forgot to mention in my preview that on Small Business Saturday I'll be holding a Sample Sale at My Quilting Loft in Troutdale, Oregon. Many of the projects I've made for blog posts and patterns will be available, such as mug mats, hot pads, and a variety of others. Stop by and see me!
You’d probably think the easiest of these Festive Friday gift guides would be this one. Handmade gifts for women should be a piece of cake, right? And yet, it seems like every year this one is the most difficult for me to pin down. Maybe it’s because there are too many options!
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I think the design on this crochet hat pattern from Whistle and Ivy is cute, but I also really like the color combo. And that furry poof!
How sweet are these embroidered notebooks from Mollie Makes? You don’t need to know any fancy embroidery stitches to make these.
This wooden desk calendar from eHow looks like something you’d find in a high-end home decor shop, but you can make this yourself.
A good old fashioned heating pad is a timeless gift, because who doesn’t have at least a little holiday season stress? Alice and Lois shows you how to make one.
I’d never be able to set my mug on this coaster from Inspired by Charm because I’d be petting it all the time. And I’m okay with that, and I have a feeling whoever you gift it to will be too.
Accessories are always a nice gift, and bonus points for the upcycle on this belt from So Sew Easy.
This zippered catch all from Sue Overy Designs would be great for so many things. She’s definitely going to be able to find a way to use this, so you can’t go wrong.
If you’ve ever wanted to try paper quilling, here’s your excuse. This necklace from All Things Paper would make a beautiful gift.
I don’t know who wouldn’t love a cupcake bouquet, like this one from 52 Kitchen Adventures. If she doesn’t, I’ll send you my address.
It’s nice to receive a food gift that you can enjoy over a few days, and these pretzels from Layers of Happiness are just the thing.
These might have caught my eye because my daughter has a thing for penguins, but I don’t think she’s the only one who would love this boot cuff pattern from BlackstoneDesigns.
I love the shape of this bag pattern from StudioCherie, and I’m betting she would too, no matter who the she on your list is.