to Sandi (no blog)
I gathered all the required goodies - Karen the swap hostess, supplied a list of must haves.
As Sandi indicated her favourite colours as blue and yellow and said her Christmas decorating is limited to red and green, I tried to ensure the gifts fit within these guidelines.
All gathered ready for wrapping and packing.
(In my haste to get the package in the mail I neglected to get a photo of the wrapped goods).
Fabric postcard - using stitchery design from Bronwyn at Red Brolly.
Applique wall hanging - design from Claire Turpin, published in Australian Homespun No.103 Vol12 No12.
Something yummy - a mini Santa sack with fruit chews and chocolate.
Sandi chose a stocking - front with the naughty elf
and the other front with Santa - a stitchery design by Bronwyn of Red Brolly teamed with red on red spots.
A little mug mat - using a pinwheel and a free gingie design from Michelle Ridgeway.
and on the back this fun stocking print.
A framed stitchery featuring a little tea with friend design from Bronwyn of Red Brolly.
A Christmas tag - design by Vivian Robinson published in Australian Homespun.
Little Decoration - red felt heart with crochet detail and beads.
Something sewing - sprocket pincushion using the pattern from Cluck Cluck sew, reduced a lot.
Candle mat - my own design in Sandi's favourite colours, with a stitched saying and hand appliqued circles.
The starter kit included some red and green fabric and a pattern for a pin wheel table runner.
I hope Sandi enjoys her goodies as much as I enjoyed creating them for her.
Enjoy the closing days of 2012.