Monday, December 31, 2007

Christmas presents made and received.....

I have mentioned in the fall that I was not able to show you some of the things I was working on. Now that some of my family have received their gifts, I can show you a few items.


I made these Paddington Bear stockings for my nieces to kids ~ Haali and Mitchell. I filled them with small gifts this year for their Christmas gifts.


In May of last year, I made a WIP (work in progress) roll for my friend Diane. My niece saw it on the blog and said she wanted one. So I finished a second one just like it as she told me that was what she wanted and it was her Christmas present.
This is the roll closed and tied.


I used a pretty sampler fabric from Moda for the inside of the roll.


And the outside is a mix of autumn colors from my fabric stash.


I stitched up a bright green letter H for Haali this year and attached it to the outside of a little wooden box that Jos painted in red.


Haali loves bright colors and I lined the inside of the box with this fun Hoffman fabric.

18 comments:

Terri said...

Stopping by to wish you a Joyous New Year and thank you for the card and tea! It was delicous!
God bless.
Love,
Teri

Nélia said...

Bom dia!
Passei por aqui e dou-lhe os
parabéns pelos lindos e perfeitos trabalhos.
Feliz Ano Novo
Bjs
Nélia

Carolien said...

You have made some festive presents, Heidi! I love your roll.

Greetings, Carolien

Nancy said...

What pretty gifts - I think my favorite is the little red box. What a cute idea!

Nancy said...

Since I am in New York, I can tell you they loved the things you made for them. Good work Miss Pickles.
The elf really worked hard this year.
Love you, Mom

Teresa said...

Heidi,
You put much thought and kindness into your gifts. You are a lovely person. I enjoy reading of your sharing with others. I wish you joy in 2008 and every year after. I am looking forward to what 2008 holds for us.

Happy New Year
Teresa

Peaceful Valley said...

What beautiful thoughtful gifts! Want to adopt me?! LOL! I loved the WIP (work in progress) roll - I don't think I have every seen one. What do you use it for? (I know that is probably a silly question!) Susan in SC

Deborah/LavenderRose said...

Great gifts, Heidi! I love the use of those Modas. I have a hard time resisting Moda fabrics, don't you?
Have a Happy New Year!
Deb

angelasweby said...

Heidi, your gifts are always so beautifully made and given with great warmth and affection. I love the needleroll and the pretty red box, what useful gifts as well as beautiful - William Morris would have apporoved..haha!
Happy New Year to you and yours!
Love Angela

Heather said...

Heidi,
I love the gifts you made and I love the needleroll and the material you used is beautiful!!

Carol R said...

What a lovely WIP roll - just what I could do with - I have ziplock baggies for my WIP. I shall have to smile sweetly at my quilting friends:-) Lovely box too.
Happy New Year to you

DaisyGirl said...

The needleroll is great! looks like it was easy to make! I'm heading to the quilt shop this weekend!
Donna

Doris said...

I wish a Happy New Year 2008!

patchwitch said...

Heidi, first of all I would like to say thank you for this enjoyable blog and also for your comments to me.
Happy stitching to you for 2008! I hope I can read your thoughts in the future, too.

I also like the Hofman fabric you used, I have never seen that!
And the stockings are cute, too.
Grats to them!

cyberphenicia said...

Enjoy your lovely gifts! Happy New Year!

Kristen said...

Well all of these gifts were treasured! I had no idea that you would actually make me a roll and I love it! I now have something to keep my stitching for the patterns you sent me earlier in as I work them! Thank you so much for everything, we all enjoyed them! XOXOXOXOXO

Christine said...

Paddington!! He is just sooo cute. Nice job.

Beautiful roll Heidi. Love the fabric combinations. You have a wonderful eye for colour.

Love the box. How fun to open it and see that amazing fabric.

SandyQuilts said...

I love the WIP (work in progress) roll. What are the measurements? I think I can wing one.