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............. . ."She looks for wool and flax and works with her hands in delight" Proverbs 31:13 NAS
Recently one of my sister-in- laws (my husband’s sister) had her 60th birthday. I sent her 60 items plus one to grow on. A made a few items and I thought I would share them with you.
First here is an overall picture of all 61 items.
I made her a money rose and a spa cloth.
I covered a mini composition book (4.5” by 3.25”) with stiches on white aida and a regular composition book with fabric and stitched her initials on evenweave and sewed it on the fabric.
I made a Swedish weaving bookmark, felt coasters and a pocket tissue holder. By now you may see a trend and purple is her favorite color.
Here is a microwave potato baker.
I thought something that said “It’s a Girl” would be cute (and chocolate never hurts).
I make her a project bag and put the materials and instructions for a crochet project inside (she recently took up crochet).
Here is a sewing kit I made open and closed.
She is a tea drinker so I made her a tea wallet (here it is closed and open).
Here is a close up of the mini notebook again showing the front and the back.
She was very surprised and happy and appreciative of the 61 things and called me right away! She got the one to grow on since I miscounted and ended up collecting 61 things instead of just 60 and I heard no complaints.