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Are you looking for something special for your favorite quilter? Here are a few unique items for you to consider:

This 2"x3" Black Sewing Machine by Smartneedle is a 2GB Flash Drive. From the label: Storing embroidery designs and other important information has never been more fun or stylish than when using these sewing themed USB drives. Collect them all.! Having extra storage is always a good idea. A bit more pricey than some, the sewing machine and scissors flash drives (available in 2GB, 4GB and 16GB) will be appreciated by any quilter or sewist - any time of year.

Kelly Cline Quilting Rulers (photo from

These rulers were created by Kelly Cline to fit our small hands. From her website: The curved ends allow for quick movement over a quilt top. I have admired her quilting tutorials and her exquisite quilting for some time now. Look how easy she makes it look on these great tutorials!

Karen Kay Buckley's Perfect Scissors™ (photo from

Learn more about these comfy scissors, reading from the website: As with all of our scissors they have a soft grip handle and a plastic protective cover. One blade is micro-serrated and one is a regular blade which can be sharpened. There is a small video clip on the opening page of the site if you would like more information. Or, you can read more about these special scissors on Lisa H. Calle's blog about one of her prized possessions.

Oliso Smart Iron (photo from

From the website: The Oliso® Smart Iron® features Oliso's patented iTouch® technology. What’s that? Just the easiest ironing experience ever. Simply touch the handle and the iron lowers, ready to work. Iron those wrinkle away! Take your hand off and the patented scorchguards® lift the iron off the board preventing scorches, burns, and tipping. The easiest, safest, and dare we say it... most fun way to iron. For additional iron options, check out the recent post at See How We Sew.

What is on your Wish List?


It sounds like you are taking time to enjoy the spirit of the season! Penny 12.4.2016

So many projects to complete, but even more to begin. There's always next Christmas.

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