Saturday, December 18, 2010

The Most Useless Blog Post

So, last night I sewed for fun.  I thought about all the fabric and patterns and projects I could dig my fingers into last night... and came up with one that made me smile, jump up, and run downstairs.  I dug through my stuff and found exactly what I needed.  Would I have enough time to finish it?  It'll be a pinch, but it's possible.

What is it?

I can't tell you.

It's a Christmas gift for DH, and he's a reader here, so you'll have to wait a week to see.  Sorry!

See... I told you it was the most useless blog post!  So, I ask...

What gift are giving this holiday that brings you the most excitement to hand over?  It's okay to share here, your loved ones will never find it!

9 comments:

beangirl said...

Well, in theory I'm knitting both my girls knit skirts with fuzzy trim at the bottom. Uh... is a fairly theoretical project at the moment (although I do have the yarn). They'll love them tho, if I get them done.

Gorgeous Things said...

I take it I'm not allowed to say the earrings that I bought for DH to give to me for Christmas?

:D

Bunny said...

My most exciting gift and what has given me such great pleasure to make is --- DOLLY CLOTHES. They are like potato chips and you just can't stop making them.

Anita (Summer Gypsy) said...

Two things: I'm making a leopard print polar fleece robe for my bf's mother. It'll be so warm and cozy, I'm going to want to go get more fab and make one for myself... and a little coat for my brother's little chihuahua.

Sewfast said...

I'm giving my Hunny a new travel mug with a picture of our daughter and grandson on it! I plan to serve his Christmas morning coffee in it to surprise him!

Karin said...

I am excited about the quilt I made my mom this year.

Christiana said...

No wee ones in our family to sew for, so I was having lots of fun in late November putting together shoe boxes of goodies for Samaritan's Purse, a relief organization that helps throughout the world

Christiana
sewamusing.blogspot.com

AuntieAllyn said...

I was very pleased to give my oldest niece a pair of silver candlesticks that were given to my parents on their wedding day, October 9, 1954. My niece also got married on October 9 (2009), so I thought it fitting that she should have them.

Lindsay T said...

Ah well, no excitement here because the kids are of the age where they are very specific about what they want. I did get DH a toy flying helicopter he saw at Brookstone and thought was cool but told me not to buy for him.