Contents of this blog: Original hand crafted wood items, crochet, sewing, knitting, painting, drawing and also some How to's and craft tips thrown in! Enjoy!

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Glass Cozies delivered!

My daughter was delighted with the glass cozies I crocheted for her!  Her hubby is behind her.  Granddaughter Jessica is sitting on the floor next to her Mother, our daughter Barbara.  All handmade gifts were a hit this year!

Rosemary with the collector doll I made.

Barbara with the crocheted dish cloths and towel set.

son-in-law Mark, with the floor Santa we made for him.

Grandson, Seth showing his Hunting Jornal I made for him.

Daughter Christine cried with joy at receiving this wooden quiltblock that Bill made for her.

Grandon Seth with a hat hook I made for him with hunting decals on it.

1 comment:

  1. it looks like you had a handmade Christmas! How wonderful! Your hubby could make these quilt puzzles that I used to make in my former days as a wood crafter. it's basically a nine square pattern with diagonals cut in each square. Paint one side one color and the other side another. Make a frame with a backing they fit into. By alternating the pieces and colors, you can make all kinds of quilt patterns. Make it with more squares and it is nearly limitless the designs you can create with it. With quilting's rise in popularity, I bet they'd sell like hotcakes too!


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