Sunday, February 16, 2014

Make it a Handmade Christmas Challenge - February

2014 Christmas Handmade Pledge

It is time to link up with SewCalGal for this month's challenge.  I like to be finished with all my Christmas shopping and gift making early, so this is the perfect opportunity to acheive that.



These are special gifts this time.  I like to share my love of scraps and minis for making doll quilts.  And since I have no little girls to gift them to, I have another resource.


 I found the delightful 'Get Your Mrs. Claus On' over at Stitchin Therapy.  They make the most wonderful toys to gift on to children in the Hospital during the holiday season.



And making quilts for the doll beds and cradles is my way of getting my 'girly' fix as well as hopefully putting a smile on some little face.



I probably will adding to the project thru the year, but hope this little share will encourage some others to participate. It only takes a few scraps and a little time to give some little one a Christmas Gift of love.

Linking up with SewCalGal Christmas Challenge
Linking up with Freemotion by the River-linky Tuesday

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon 

19 comments:

  1. Oh dear your little doll quilts are just the sweetest. I did visit Stitchin Therapy and adore the wooden cradles and strollers to go with the adorable doll quilts. Creative Stitching Bliss...

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  2. You've made some little girls very happy, tne quilts are so cute. I really like that cat fabric, the colors are so cheerful.

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  3. I think your charming quilts will bring a smile to some little ones somewhere. They make me smile.

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  4. Love your little girly quilts...such a wonderful cause for you to support!

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  5. what a nice cause! your little quilts will make some little girls very happy.

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  6. Hi Sharon ,what a lovely thing to do with your quilts,now i must check this xmas challenge out.xx

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  7. Thank you Sharon!!! The little quilts you make for us are always so bright and cheerful. You are a fabulous Mrs. Claus! Hugs.

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  8. What a great way to get your Mrs Claus on Sharon!!!! Some little girls will be absolutely delighted with these sweet quilts :)

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  9. I love your doll quilts they are so sweet and the little dolls you make to go with them. What a great way to share your wonder gift with little ones, they are going to be very happy!!

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  10. Very sweet little quilts, Sharon.

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  11. You will be so happy to have them finished by the time December arrives.

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  12. So sweet and will surely put a smile on some little ones face.

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  13. They are just adorable and the perfect way to get your girly fix in.

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  14. What fun Sharon! I have granddaughters but they don't play dolls with anymore so this would be a great way to use up some of my scraps. blessings, marlene

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  15. What precious little doll quilts for such a wonderful cause! Thanks for sharing.
    Freemotion by the River Linky Party Tuesday

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  16. Well, you may be snowed in but you are sure making the best of it!! We have no snow - not braggin' mind you because we are in a drought and our farmers NEED more moisture!! All your projects are great!! Since I am working again, not much sewing going on out here, so I love to see what you are up to!! And with regard to the snow, as my Dad used to say, "This too shall pass!!" :-))

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