Handmade Holidays Nov. 9: Making Many (Multiple Gifts at a Time)

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Are the projects flying as fast as the days on your calendar? You can make multiple gifts at a time and sew efficiently with Jennifer’s great mix of ideas!

Today’s Guest Curator: Jennifer Heynen from Jenniferjanbgles.com

From Jennifer:
I love the holidays! It’s an excuse to get extra crafty (not that we really need one). You can sign up for my Makers Club newsletters to receive three free PDF patterns: Happy Scrappy Scarves, Ice Cream Pin Cushion and Whimsical Flower Pins.

My new book Stitch Kitsch with C&T is out now. I also design fabric for In The Beginning Fabrics and have a line of sewing patterns and needlecraft kits under the name Jennifer Jangles. You can see it all at Jenniferjangles.com!

(Stitch Kitsch is still available as a giveaway in our Sweet Softies post!)

Make It

Pin Cushion Mice
Bustle and Sew’s darling Pin Cushion Mice are fun for the craft room or play time for kids.

Sturdy Fabric Basket
Sturdy Fabric Baskets from Lillyella are a welcome gift for everyone on your list!

Heating Pad for Shoulders + Neck
The Heating Pad for Shoulders + Neck from Sew Can She is great for your favorite office professional, teacher, family athlete, kid… It’s a great gift for everyone!

Owl Pins + Pine Cone Trees
Find these cute, little Owl Pins + Pine Cone Trees at Handbehg (Owl in 2013 PDF, Pinecone Trees in 2015).

Luggage Tags
Send loved ones off on new year adventures with new Luggage Tags from Delicious Reads.

Rag Rug Coasters
627 Handworks Rag Rug Coasters are a portable and thrifty project, and a useful gift too.

Flower Shower Tea Cozy
Pair our pretty Flower Shower Tea Cozy with a nice selection of tea! This project was designed by Debbie von Grabler-Crozier of Pretty Things for Sew Mama Sew.

Half Square Triangle Coasters
Olivia Jane Handcrafted shows you how to use your scraps for these happy Half Square Triangle Coasters.

Scrap Busting Bookmarks
And speaking of scraps… Jennifer Jangles has a Scrap Busting Bookmark you could give with a favorite book!

Insulated Mason Jar Bag
Kristin’s Insulated Mason Jar Bag here at Sew Mama Sew is a thoughtful gift, and easy to make in multiples.

Related tutorials you might enjoy: How to Sew Multiple Items Quickly + Efficiently, How to Make a Drawstring Bag, 9 Sweet + Small Projects for the Holiday Season

Mix It

Sweet Snowman Cupcakes
Bakerella’s Sweet Snowman Cupcakes would make fun cake pops too. Let it snow!

Peppermint White Hot Chocolate
Save some cash and make your favorite Peppermint White Hot Chocolate at home this holiday season!

Print It

Printable Food Labels
Lia Griffith has a selection of nice, free Printable Food Labels for your holiday baked goods.

Tic Tac Labels
Somewhat Simple adds a touch of whimsy to standard treats with these Tic Tac Labels.

Win It

Comment on today’s post for a chance to win one of these prizes!
Tip: If you’re hoping to win a prize that notes “US shipping only,” include your state in your name (i.e. Beth in WA) so we can confirm residence and avoid any disappointment on your end. Shipping range is determined by the generous companies that contribute prizes.

Big Hook Rag Crochet: 25 Quick-Stitch Designs to Make Using Leftover Fabric

(US shipping only.)

Author: Dedri Uys
Publisher: Lark Crafts

Have fun with a craft that’s quick, easy, and eco-friendly! This great new crochet style uses a large hook—which works up fast, simple stitches—plus strips of fabric made from unwanted garments or a stash of leftovers. The result: a sturdy, textured weave that’s ideal for home accessories, garments, and bags. Crochet cozy slippers, accent rugs, cushions, a variety of baskets, placemats, and more. These crafty creations are durable, practical, and pretty, too!

One $25 Gift Certificate to My Modern Quilt Shop

(International winners OK.)

About My Modern Quilt Shop:
My Modern Quilt Shop launched in 2012 to fulfill a long-time dream of owning a fabric shop. Find fabrics, patterns, notions and more!

Sew Adorkable: 15 DIY Projects to Keep You Out of Trouble – Quilts, Clothes & Gear for the Chic Geek

(US-only, digital copy for international winners.)

Author: Samarra Khaja
Publisher: C&T Publishing / Stash Books

Sew 15 conversation starters, from cheeky wearables (TRAWRzers!) to quirky quilts and home decor. Make a puffy quilt that looks like candy dots, or stitch a tissue box cover that looks like a vintage typewriter. Tailored to smart, talented, crafty folks of all ages, this hilarious book is just as fun to read (trivia time!) as it is chock-full of sewing projects. Bonus: Go “behind the seams” with textile designer Samarra Khaja.

Check out our 2014 Handmade Holidays list for more fun, creative ideas.

Here are 2015 gift ideas:

We respect the copyright of all crafters. All photos are used with permission from the artist.

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210 Responses to Handmade Holidays Nov. 9: Making Many (Multiple Gifts at a Time)

  1. Diane' in Arizona says:

    Love this site

  2. Ari in NJ says:

    The mice are super cute!

  3. Andi in California says:

    Luggage tags would be such a wonderful gift!

  4. Aimee in IN says:

    Loving the rag rug coasters. I think I’d make them bigger as trivets.

  5. Amanda in TX says:

    Great ideas! Love the basket and the mason jar covers!

  6. Judi B in VA says:

    Cute pin cushion mice. Perfect for a couple someones on my list!

  7. Jennifer W in SC says:

    The neck and shoulder heating pad is going to be my gift to me this Christmas!

  8. Cary in VA says:

    So many great projects!

  9. Stephanie says:

    The mice are so cute!

  10. Danette says:

    Sew Adorkable looks like a cool book. Thank you.

  11. Linda L. says:

    Peppermint Hot Chocolate! I won’t tell you what I paid for that the other day at a coffee shop!! Next time, I’ll bring this to my friend’s place instead – so much cozier there 🙂

  12. Arianna in Ma says:

    Those mice are adorable!

  13. Jodie in NJ says:

    I’d love to make those mice!

  14. Pat Upton says:

    I love these projects! I must try the pin cushion mice and the hst coasters! Yay!

  15. Katie K says:

    Also love the heating pads!

  16. Katie K says:

    Beautiful coasters, and those tic tac labels are awesome!

  17. Amy in IL says:

    I need more time. You have the best ideas. Love the fabric boxes.

  18. Beth in WA says:

    This is a great list! I hope I have time to do the luggage tags as a stocking stuffer and the snowman cupcakes are a must! Thank you!

  19. Deanne says:

    Bustle and Sew’s mice pin cushions are adorable. Will try to find time to make a few of these before Christmas.

  20. Debby says:

    So many great ideas…. sure hope I can get it all done before the big day!

  21. Lydia in WA says:

    Those are very cute mice. Like the coasters, the baskets and the luggage tags too. I made a luggage tag years ago, and everytime I travel I see it on my black suitcase and it makes me happy to identify my bag. A gift that will be appreciated many times for the receiver. Need to make some

  22. Maeve says:

    Downloaded the great labels! Thanks! And I really like those rope coasters. Will have to try this one! So many ideas!

  23. Emilyplays in WA says:

    Oh the padded mason jar bag – so perfect for a To me – from Me!

  24. kathyh in OR says:

    I always struggle to sew in multiples. I’m unable to do the same thing 50 times unless I change up the item.

  25. Shauna in MD says:

    I love those little mice! And luggage tags are a great idea!

  26. K-Dee in Texas says:

    Oh I love the little mice! I think they would be perfect gifts to ship!

  27. Tonia Jeffery in Oregon says:

    The braided coasters are such a good idea and great way to use up scraps.

  28. I love the mason jar idea! Thanks!

  29. Robin in Maryland says:

    Those luggage tags are a great idea!

  30. beth p says:

    Those pin cushion mice are super cute!

  31. Heidi says:

    The tic tac holders are cute. I think they will work for teacher gifts this christmas

  32. Cute stuff! Thanks and God bless!

  33. Emily from MT says:

    Those braided coasters! So cute! I think I have some strips lying around that I must try!
    Thanks for a great round up and lovely prizes. That big crochet book looks very interesting!

  34. Cricket says:

    I came in here because the mice in the thumbnail photo look just like the ones my mom made for me to populate my “dollhouse” (obviously, actually a mouse-house) when I was little. Clearly I have to make a family of these mice for her this holiday season. Now I’m all superduper inspired to make rag-rug coasters and neck-and-shoulder heating pads too… fantastic options for gender-neutral gifts that can make a dent in my scrap stash too. If I also win a prize, then my cup will runneth over 🙂

  35. Laurie in CO says:

    Love the teeny mice!

  36. ValhallaLilly says:

    Ooh love these books too!

  37. Anita Nelson says:

    all ot them, I’m making all of these gifts! (not!) but i’ll surely try.

  38. Rachel in Utah says:

    Those rag rug coasters are ingenious!

  39. Teri in CA says:

    Love all the ideas.

  40. L says:

    The fabric baskets look like a great idea

  41. amber in nyc says:

    i really like those half triangle coasters and they seem like a good scrap buster to boot.

  42. I just pinned Heating Pad for Shoulders and Neck. Great gift, even for guys!

  43. Veronica R K says:

    I love the braided mug rugs! Thank you for sharing!

  44. Cassie in MO says:

    I love love those rag rug coasters 🙂

  45. Deb H. in PA says:

    Wow! There are so many cute ideas in this one! Love the pincushion mice.

  46. Jamie says:

    The coasters would make quick gifts! Key fobs would be another good one.

  47. bobbi dougherty says:

    Can’t wait to make some mice! 🙂 Tampa, FL

  48. Nicole in Indiana says:

    Those mice are SO adorable!!

  49. Marjolein says:

    great ideas!

  50. Sandra W says:

    I like the mice just as they are–I wouldn’t use them as pin cushions. And the Owl basic is fantastic. I just made a basket today (another pattern, sadly) but this one is much better. I will make one soon.
    I don’t crochet, so please draw again for the book.
    Sandra MI

  51. Deidre in Canada! says:

    Love the snowman cupcakes!

  52. I love having ideas for multiple gifts!!

  53. auschick in va says:

    Love those little mouse pin cushions!

  54. Oh wow, I love all of these today! Especially the shoulder warmer.

  55. Elena from CA says:

    I want to make a manly version of the heating pad for my dad. I think he’ll love it!

  56. Judi says:

    What lovely ideas! Thanks!

  57. Kristin in Minnesota says:

    Those mice! How did I get by before finding this list? Must make some now…

  58. Beth in MI says:

    The coasters are cool! and the mice are adorable!

  59. Jenn in SD says:

    So many great projects here!
    Can’t wait to make some fabric baskets and rag rug coasters!

  60. Sarah in MD says:

    Love seeing all the projects, I’m going to have to work up some of these. 🙂

  61. Anya says:

    Those snow men cupcakes are adorable!

  62. cecile says:

    Great ideas. I love the basket, and that neck warmer would be a very lovely gift.

  63. Karen A says:

    I love the great fabric baskets.

  64. stefanie in MN says:

    I’m definately making luggage tags…likely a few others too. What a great collection. Thanks,

  65. Morgan in NY says:

    These are adorable ideas — something for almost everyone on my list! Thanks for all the great ideas!

  66. Audrey says:

    LOVE the insulated mason jar cover!! Thanks!

  67. What a bunch of great gift ideas!

  68. Sacheen inMN says:

    The shoulder and neck pad is a great idea. I don’t know anyone who would turn down a warm pad after a hard day at work!

  69. Molly Martin OR says:

    I love handmade gifts and I know a lot of people on my list that could use a shoulder heat bag!

  70. folksmith in NY says:

    so many fun books, so little time. would love to look at all of them.

  71. Jenny L in MD says:

    I really need to start figuring out Christmas gifts!

  72. Diane in VA says:

    I love Kristin’s Insulated Mason Jar Carrier and have made it many times over, always a big hit w/the recipient…thanks Jennifer for featuring all these quick gift ideas too. I’ll definitely be cutting and stitching in multiples

  73. Sue I says:

    love all the cute ideas,thanks for the chance at the giveaway

  74. Courtney says:

    I’m always amazed how many great ideas your curators come up with! I love the baskets and the mice. Thanks for more great ideas

  75. Jayne TN says:

    Fantastic! Those little mice are adorable!

  76. Cristina from FL says:

    I love those rag rug coasters! I have so many scraps and think I’m going to start making a set this weekend!

  77. cynthia says:

    Great ideas! I’m often looking for gifts for people I don’t know very well; coasters might be the answer!

  78. Those rag coasters are such a good idea!
    Plus, I’ve got leftover tshirt yarn from a rug I made, so it’s a great way to use them up!
    Happy crafting everyone!

  79. KL in VA says:

    Those mice are just too cute!

  80. Renea at Iowa says:

    Great guest. I love Jennifer Jangles. All her projects are sew cute and bright. Thanks for the chance to win one of these great prizes.

  81. Miranda says:

    Love it! I have to make the mice

  82. julie says:

    Nice ideas…
    Many thanks!
    Fingers crossed…

    JULIE from Paris

  83. I love the luggage tags!

  84. Adorkable just sounds irresistible. 🙂 Allison in Arizona.

  85. ginger n MD says:

    The owl pins are adorable!

  86. Alison in CA says:

    I love some of these gift ideas. I want to make the Mason jar bag for myself!

  87. Joan says:

    Those snowman cupcakes are adorable.

  88. Hannah says:

    Nice ideas, the neck warmer’s definitely on my list

  89. Chris says:

    Such great idea in here to try. Love the mice.

  90. Karrie in MI says:

    I know my Mom would love one of those neck warmers!

  91. Whitner says:

    I have a brand new reader in my house those bookmarks are perfect!

  92. Delia in VA says:

    I have 5 children- 4 girls & I think that the Owl pins will be a great gift.

  93. Gina F in Hawaii says:

    This is right up my alley! Lots of family and friends I like to gift a little something special to…
    Thank you!

  94. the holiday gift ideas are so appreciated – trying to figure out how much I can accomplish in the next few weeks and can use a good dose of inspiration.

  95. I love the fabric baskets!

  96. Garilyn in Ohio says:

    Love the insulated mason jar bag! I pinned it for later!

  97. Dawn from Indiana says:

    I love the insulated mason jar bag.

  98. Erin says:

    That crochet book looks like a bunch of fun.

  99. Lori Morton in OHIO says:

    Love the Sturdy Fabric Basket, Flower Shower Tea Cozy & the coooool Rag Rug Coasters!!! Thanks for sharing all the grrrreat ideas for Handmade gifts! Being fun checking the Sites & all…and gathering ideas! 🙂

    Thanks too…for chance to win something from your Give-a-ways! Exciting! 😀

  100. those fabric bins are exactly what I’ve been looking for. I hope I can whip some up for my son for Christmas– to hold all of his little vehicle toys!

  101. Elise in GA says:

    I might have to make some of the coasters for myself

  102. Kali says:

    Cute ideas! Thanks for the giveaway!

  103. Mandi says:

    I’ve made multiple heating pads for a holiday – easy for me & appreciated by everyone. I like the look of those coasters! The fabric baskets are nice, too.

  104. Laura in MO says:

    Such great ideas! I also like to make raw edge Christmas ornaments in bulk. It’s a great way to use scraps. I’d love to win the Sea Adorkable book! She has such cute things in there! Thanks for the chance!

  105. Marian from Georgia says:

    I have so many things to make for Christmas! These will help so much

  106. Pam S says:

    I loved today’s selection of ideas! I’m going to make the bookmarks and coasters. Thanks for sharing this! Pam in Wisconsin

  107. Brie says:

    So many great ideas today!

  108. Mrs. C from TN says:

    I need to make one of those heating pads for myself!

  109. Elena from CA says:

    Hi! I’m a 13-year-old who crafts when she’s not reading. Even though this is the first time looking at this blog, I’m so impressed with the cool ideas (and awesome background picture). I noticed the bookmarks! It’s just the kind of thing I need. Thanks for the great idea!

  110. sandy in Ohio says:

    The heating pad is a great gift for anyone.

  111. Eleanor in NC says:

    Cute owl!

  112. Karen Caves says:

    Thanks for the ideas!

  113. Nancy says:

    Tea cozies! Excellent idea! All of these ideas are great.

  114. Kimberlee P in IL says:

    I love Jennifer’s ice cream pin cushions.

  115. Jenny says:

    I love the holidays!!! I have been looking forward to this series. I might have to make the scissors cozy for me :o)

  116. Heather in VA says:

    Luggage tags are a great gift for coworkers since they can be done in feminine or masculine fabrics. Great pick.-

  117. Sue from OH says:

    There are sooo many of these ideas I want to try for gifts this year! Hope I have enough time

  118. Patti McGarry in PA says:

    These are great gifts to make for multiple friends and family members! (And maybe some for me too!)

  119. Julie says:

    Love the mason jar bag! How perfect for my mason jar salads!

  120. Christine in CA says:

    Great links again today…I’m off to look at the rag rug coasters!

  121. Annie says:

    Love the fabric baskets and mason jar holders!

  122. Brenda says:

    The mice pincushions are darling, and the storage baskets are so attractive and so handy. And I’m craving a cup of that peppermint hot chocolate right now. I think I’m succumbing to the desire to make gifts for ME and not for friends and family out of this batch of goodies!

  123. Becca says:

    Those bookmarks are cute and look easy!

  124. Martha in WA says:

    I love the coasters! Those would make perfect little happies to have on hand for last-minute gifts.

  125. Karen in IN says:

    Oh, I love those printable labels!

  126. Vicki in Texas says:

    Those little mice are too cute!

  127. Jim M in NC says:

    Great ideas! Really like the Sturdy Fabric Basket and Luggage Tags.

  128. Afton says:

    Those pincushion mice are too cute!

  129. sarah o says:

    oh i do need to make a new one of those heating pads for myself!

  130. jmj in IN says:

    more great ideas thank-you

  131. Marilyn in WA says:

    great ideas!

  132. Amanda B. says:

    I am going to have to make the rag rug coasters! Such a great gift idea for co-workers, teachers, or even hostess gifts. As always a great selection of ideas.

  133. Angie in LA says:

    Those mice are too cute. Love the neck warmer too. And peppermint white hot chocolate – yes please!

  134. Stacey in WI says:

    Totally making those shoulder/neck heating pads! loved the idea of adding lavender essential oil to the rice in them!

  135. Shannon says:

    Everything here is adorable!

  136. Erin says:

    Great list, per usual!

  137. Mara says:

    Can’t believe Christmas is coming so soon, Mara in Texas

  138. Bobby Powell says:

    The bookmarks and the baskets are great but that gift certificate would be even better.

  139. Cristine in tx says:

    Coasters and hot chocolate mix is a great gift.

  140. Shannon P says:

    I love those little mice, so cute!

  141. Charlotte in Ga says:

    Love the tic tac labels! So clever!

  142. Katie in GA says:

    I think I’ll be making the half square triangle coasters for some Christmas gifts this year. 🙂

  143. Anne White says:

    Those Tic-Tac labels would be great for my “adorkable” kids. (I’m in Canada.)

  144. Melissa meinhard says:

    I love these pincushion mice. I’m a big fan of rodents ????
    Melissa in Virginia

  145. Kati M says:

    The tic tac labels would be great for easy and cheap neighbor gifts.

  146. Monique says:

    I love those rag coasters, thanks for those!

  147. Kathy h in Pa. says:

    I love every recipe and idea in today’s list. I want to make them all!

  148. Anne in Tx says:

    I love the rag rug coasters and the big stich crochet book.

  149. Great ideas! I especially love the fabric basket. I could see myself making lots of those for myself and for gifts!

  150. Sarah in Co says:

    I love the sturdy fabric basket!

  151. Heidi in SD says:

    Rag rug coasters?! How fun!

  152. Sandy Ross in WA says:

    Great roundup! I need the heating pad. A tip for the luggage tags–when I made some from a different tutorial, I used vinyl from one of those zipper bags that sheets and such come in.

  153. FRe2bfree says:

    I like the heating pad and the half square triangle coasters. I especially like the tissue box cover that looks like a vintage typewriter (featured in the giveaway book.) That is too cool.

  154. Claire Ross says:

    I am loving the tea cosy. Thanks for the great ideas x

  155. Sarah J. in OH says:

    I know I’ll be making teacher gifts in multiples again this year- thanks for some fun ideas!! I’ll be making myself some of that hot chocolate- yum!

  156. What a fun list!

  157. Ginger in NJ says:

    The little rag rug coasters are so cute! And how nice to have a tiny little portable project to work on waiting in doctors’ offices, maybe in the car (as a passenger of course).

  158. Rachel B says:

    Stash busting and gift making combined. Woot!

  159. Tina in NJ says:

    The mice are adorable!

  160. Niechelle Wade says:

    Love the rag rug coasters. So many great ideas!

  161. Gigi from WA says:

    I have recently rediscovered using a teapot, so the tea cozy pattern will be perfect to use 🙂
    Thank you for doing these ideas each year!!!!

    Gigi from WA

  162. Deanna says:

    So many good ideas! I really like the pincushion mice–I made one last year and it turned out great!

  163. Kerry in WA says:

    Many of these will make my to do list. Starting with the heating pad! Also love the mice and basket.

  164. Judith Martinez says:

    I love the braided coasters! I have a ton of t-shirts cut into strips already that I could use for those.

  165. Kristin says:

    Cute projects!
    Wa state

  166. Amy of CO says:

    Some beautiful projects. Love the little mice pin cushions.

  167. Annette says:

    Fabulous ideas!

  168. Erin says:

    A timely topic as I plan out holiday crafting. That neckwarmer looks wonderful!

  169. Lee in MI says:

    The fabric baskets would be fun to make and good for packaging gifts in! thanks!

  170. Laurel in IL says:

    I’m making eight homemade presents this year, but they’re all the same!

  171. Robin E. in AZ says:

    I’m sooo making those fabric baskets and braided rag rug coasters! Thank you.

  172. jessicac says:

    I want a small army of pincushion mice…. they are so cute!

  173. Thank you! This will be perfect to bulk make some stocking stuffers!

  174. Jennifer in CA says:

    Lots of new tabs open right now, wishing I had lots more time to make such fun projects (the mice, the mini-rag rugs). But my favorite find of the day is the Adorkable book. I love it! As always, thank you for sharing.

  175. Jane says:

    I may have to make those adorable mice pincushions! Jane in Tennessee

  176. Amanda at APO says:

    Love the mason jar bag! And those coasters are adorable. Excited to get to work on these!

  177. Ashlyn in Colorado says:

    I’ve made the heating pads for the office before and they were a huge hit! This is inspiring me to make them again this year since I work in a new office!

  178. Patty in MN says:

    Such great ideas!

  179. Nikkee in wa says:

    Those cupcakes are adorable!

  180. Elizabeth says:

    Great ideas! I like the mason jar bag.

  181. christina in vt says:

    I used Lia Griffith’s printed labels last year — they are so pretty.

  182. Mary Ann in SC says:

    Love those little mice.

  183. SS in NH says:

    Those owl pins are pretty cute – I like the suggestions for the various eyeballs

  184. Eryn in WA says:

    Cute mice 😀

  185. Beth in VA says:

    Those owls are seriously cute!

  186. Debbie says:

    Haha! The pencil skirt! That is so me, and perfect to wear to my job as a school librarian!

  187. Jenn R (FPO/ US) says:

    I love baskets! Thanks!

  188. Kristie in WA says:

    Perfect timing. I was just thinking we need a fabric basket for books.

  189. Kate in MO says:

    So many great tutorials in today’s post!

  190. Barb B in BC says:

    Tic tac labels will jazz up stocking gifts this year. Thank you for sharing all these ideas

  191. Cinnamom in MN says:

    Big hook rag crochet looks really useful!

  192. Barbara says:

    So many wonderful and clever ideas! Thank you for sharing.

  193. Tambra Vandal says:

    Such lovely ideas! Can’t wait to get started on making some! Thank you for these prize treasures to win. Tambra Vandal U.S.

  194. Sonya says:

    That Peppermint White Hot Chocolate sounds divine!

  195. Charlotte from MI says:

    I’d like to make the mice not as pincushions, but as stuffed animals! Great ideas.

  196. Mmm, yum, I cant wait to try out the peppermint hot chocolate recipe! I love the foodie printables too – they add a level of cute and thoughtful to any homemade or store bought gift.

  197. Julie From Utah says:

    I have for to try that hot chocolate! And I’ll be making my husband a neck heating pad for sure.

  198. Terri says:

    love these: )

  199. Rebecca Kuck says:

    Nice pincushion mice! So darn cute!

  200. Donna Lee says:

    I’ll have to try out those half-triangle coasters! Thank you for so many great ideas for holidays.


  201. karen in CA USA says:

    Still captivated by the treats! Peppermint white hot chocolate…Yum!

  202. Cindi in GA says:

    Love Jennifer Jangles….read her blog all the time. Great selection of tutorials again today.

  203. Tammy in MI says:

    I like the idea of making a lot of things at once! Fun list.

  204. I love those pincushion mice! I think I need to make one… for myself! 😉

  205. Anne Marie says:

    The mice pincushions are adorable – thanks for all of today’s great ideas.

  206. Denise W in Iowa says:

    I will make several of the projects from today’s post. The tea cozy and fabric basket will be great for gifting this year. Thanks a bunch!

  207. Natalie in Ohio says:

    Great ideas! Sewing in multiples is always easier.

  208. Whitney in ME says:

    The Peppermint white hot chocolate looks yummy!

  209. Jessie Hansen says:

    For My “Making Multiples” this year I am making hot chocolate mix and giving that as gifts. One patch makes 4 pints. Yes, we drink that much (twice over!) here in a year, but it will work for gifting to those I don’t want to spend real money on. Now where to find single tablespoons?

  210. Love the Big Hook Rag Crochet book. The luggage tags are super cute too.

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