Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Christmas Secrets...

If you are in my neighborhood and you listen closely, you will hear the sound of knitting needles clicking and clacking, sewing machines humming and embroidery needles whoosing through fabric. Christmas time is coming and there are many secret gifts being made in Santa's little craft room...







It's a handmade country Christmas ~ going back to where we all belong....

10 comments:

Jeni said...

Same here! I've been crocheting granny squares for the "Share a Square" afghan project - see the blog on my faves list - "This Eclectic Life" for details if you're interested in participating. Right now, I'm trying to make a pair of "Two-needle" mittens - sueded yarn -for Princess Maya and other projects hopefully coming soon too!
Have a great day and keep working at the crafts stuff!

Terri said...

I LOVE the hat!!!!! I'll take ten. Extra-extra large (Yes, I do have a big head, but I like to think of it as having a larger brain)

So cute! Great job.
God bless.
Terri

Lucy said...

Looks like the elves have been busy at your house!! Love all your creations. Mrs. Claus NC has yet to start any holiday crafting. Shame on me!

Jodi Renshaw said...

Absolutely wonderful! I am so glad that so many of us are returning to a "handmade" Christmas. Your gifts are so lovely.

~ Jodi

Shelby said...

awesome Christmas things..

happy zombie said...

That apron is too stinkin' adorable Paula!

I snuck into Fabric Depot yesterday under the guise of holiday gift making stash. Ok, it really was for making gifts... it was just too much fun!

Adrienne said...

Am I on your Christmas list? I LOVE that hat. And the purse is darling, too. The apron is so-o-o cute. Are the hat and purse felted? Is the pattern something you will share? Questions, questions, question. I need to get busy and speed up my Christmas projects! Life keeps interrupting. ~Adrienne~

Chookyblue said...

nice sewing..........

Mary said...

Handmade gifts are always much more special. I try to make gifts every year. This year it's homemade Christmas tree ornaments.

Thanks so much for sharing your secrets.

Blessings,
Mary

pungsnotded said...

That apron is really cute, and good for you, for doing the handmade thing, I will be doing that this year also. Instead of maxing out the old credit cards!