2019 31 Day Blog Writing Challenge-Day 3
Christmas decorations have been up in the shops for several weeks now. Personally, I do not like to start thinking about Christmas until the first Sunday of Advent which was Dec. 1st this year. The invitations for parties have started to arrive and all I want to do is keep it simple and hope for a white Christmas. That by the way is my favorite Christmas movie. My parents both served in World War II and White Christmas was a movie our family enjoyed together year after year. They did not often talk about that time in their lives, but Bing Crosby et al. were a part of making life a little brighter during the time they served.
Do you remember making out your Christmas Wish List as a child? My brothers and I would pour over the Sears Catalog making note of what we dreamed of finding under the tree Christmas morning. Today I want to serve as your Wish Book and share some of my favorite quilting supplies .
Debra's Favorite Quilting Items
12/3/2019 10:37:42 am
I think I have been unduly influenced by a husband and sons who love their gadgets and keep an eye out for those that might interest me. lol.
12/3/2019 05:34:01 pm
I also love my Bloc Locs and Purple Thang! Want to get a wool mat someday. Probably one of my favorite gadgets is my Clover Roll & Press...much easier than finger pressing seams, especially when there are a bunch and you want to check how things are lining up before taking the iron to them.
12/3/2019 11:53:37 pm
Oh, yes, that gets a lot of use in my studio too, though mainly in preparing applique pieces.
12/4/2019 11:34:01 am
Love the idea of a cordless iron but wasn't sure of good brand. I also use the Sewline products and Superior Threads.
12/4/2019 08:22:26 pm
Mary Ann, I was skeptical but love not having the cord to deal with. It has lasted longer than my fancy Rowentas of tha past so overall I believe a good investment that didn't break the bank.
12/4/2019 03:14:07 pm
You have good things on your list. I've had a purple thang since Lynn invented them for Little Foot. I miss her, she was such a nice lady, and she really changed a lot of things about quilting. I don't know if she's in the hall of fame quilt museum, but she ought to be. =)
12/4/2019 08:30:57 pm
I agree, Susan. The Little Foot changed my life when I first started quilting on my old basic sewing machine I had had since the 70's.
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