Saturday, 27 December 2008

Some of the gifts I made for Xmas 2008

On my last day of work, both shifts come back into work to have a little party were we exchange a gift. We just bring a gift along, and place in on a table and one of the ladies writes numbers on each one, then after we have eaten we pick a number out of a 'hat'. This is the gift I made:

I bought this pattern AGES ago. Her name is 'Sarah' and is designed by Rosalie Quinlan. The lady who received her was SO excited to receive a gift from me again (she received a snowman from me a couple of years ago!!)


And this Santa was my gift to Christine M in our PT Swap. He was in a Homespun mag not so long ago and is designed by Kerry Daley.
I really enjoyed making him:

Don't you just love My Ginger??!! He is made from calico and I painted him with Coffee and a little water and hung him out to dry.
Still LOTS more to share, I will pop back again soon
x Sarah
PS: It is Pauline's birthday today, so pop over to wish her a great day.

4 comments:

Lynda said...

The doll is so pretty Sarah - your friend is very lucky. The Santa looks fantastic too - great to see him finished. My Santa is sitting on the sewing room floor unstuffed and in bits - maybe I'll finish him while I'm on holidays. Looking forward to seeing your other goodies.

Christine said...

Sarah is beautiful ... I love Rosie's doll patterns. And I love the santa you made for Christine. The ginger IS very cute. Very lucky ladies to receive these gifts.
Christine

Catherine said...

Wow, you give great gifts!! Love the Santa!! Have you survived the Silly Season unharmed.? I'm glad its over!! Cathyx

Suzi-q said...

Your Santa looks great and the gingerbread looks yummy.
Sarah is a cute pattern from Rosalie...love her dolls