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Secret Santa 2019

Come join the fun as we prepare Secret Santa packages throughout the  year. There will be tutorials for gift ideas, Kathy's "impossible missions" with prizes, lots of discussions to try and guess who your Secret Santa might be, and to drop hints for gifts to your Secret Santa.

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Impossible Mission - September - It's the Small Things that count

Started by Kathy Gurgone. Last reply by Riana Noyes yesterday. 14 Replies

Ah, September and it is finally cooling down a little.  Our Secret Santa sister's boxes are starting to fill up so it is time to think about some small things to fit into it.  This month's mission is…Continue

Impossible Mission - August - Pets R Us

Started by Kathy Gurgone. Last reply by Wilma Schirra-Kays Sep 2. 54 Replies

I hope that everyone has gotten a chance to see their Secret Santa sister's pet/s.  We have some adorable ones running around, that's for sure.  This month's Impossible Mission is to make something…Continue

Impossible Mission - July - Card Doodling - Winner everyone who gets a card.

Started by Kathy Gurgone. Last reply by Anna Quilts Aug 15. 159 Replies

If I had known in high school that people could make a living doing the same thing I was sent to the principal's office for, I would have spent a lot more time doodling and a lot less time on…Continue

Impossible Mission - June - Putt Putt is missing a few tees - Winner - Linda

Started by Kathy Gurgone. Last reply by Anna Quilts Jul 18. 109 Replies

This month is part of your first secret missions.  You can now open your smaller envelope with the pet paws on it.  This month's impossible mission involves organizing your SS sister's bobbins in a…Continue

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Comment by Linda Koller on July 11, 2019 at 8:53pm

Zoe, where do you sleep! LOL LOL

Comment by Riana Noyes on July 11, 2019 at 6:53pm

But Zoe, the other one will want one too.

Kathy, it must 've made you glad you stopped in. You remind me of the times l helped store customers in difficulty when figuring yardage in the home dec  sections for their drapery projects...they invariably fogot to allow for pattern repeat and matching up their panels.

Comment by Zoetc49 on July 11, 2019 at 3:52pm

This is the real Zoe laying down, and Oliver sitting. Please do not do for both.

Comment by Linda Koller on July 10, 2019 at 4:53pm

Wonderful story, Kathy!

Comment by Mary Moore on July 10, 2019 at 12:27pm

I just told Ma,the big fluffy Samoyed that she might be getting a holiday surprise in December.  As summer temperatures are here I could tell she is hoping for snow.

Comment by Mary Moore on July 10, 2019 at 12:22pm

Kathy, what a grand story.  I find myself doing the same whenever I dare go in a fabric shop...but you had such a delightful extra challenge. 

Comment by Kathy Gurgone on July 10, 2019 at 10:00am

Ladies, don't forget that in September we are doing something for our Secret Santa sister's pet/s.  If you haven't posted pictures of your pet/s yet, please do so as soon as you can.  We wants to give our sister's an idea of what kind of pet she will be designing for.  Thanks everyone for joining in and participating.  It helps us to get to know each other on a little different level than just quilting.  I always find it interesting to learn just how similar and how different we are, no matter where we are from.

I went to a shop recently where I observed a lady who was comparing several pieces of fabric together.  I remembered seeing a fabric several rows over that I thought would go perfectly with what she was looking at.  So I went over, grabbed the bolt and took it over to where she was standing.  I walked over and said "I think this would go great with what you are working on."  She looked at me a little bewildered, but when I showed her the fabric next to what she was looking at, she started nodding enthusiastically.  It was then that she said something to me that was basically "I don't speak English".  I'm not sure though, because whatever it was, I don't speak it either.....LOL.  She then motioned for me to come with her.  She was with another young lady, who didn't speak much English, and through hand motions and gestures, I found that they were trying to make a quilt from a pattern in a book, not in English either.  So with my phone and calculator I was able to let them know how many yards they would need to complete their project.  They were thrilled.  Both of them kissed me on both cheeks before they left.

The lady who owns the shop said that they had been there a couple of hours and she wasn't able to help them because she didn't speak their language.  I told her I don't either, I just know how to speak "Quilts".  You just never know.

Comment by Kathy Gurgone on July 8, 2019 at 7:46pm

I just got back after a few days of R&R.  Got to hang out with Chef Lisa,  Hit a couple of quilt shops and went to her guild meeting with her on Friday, what fun.  Took a class, met a bunch of really nice ladies, and saw some awesome projects that people were working on.  Made the 10 hour drive worth every minute.

Comment by Zoetc49 on July 7, 2019 at 9:36pm

LOL... Linda!!!

Comment by Linda Koller on July 7, 2019 at 9:26pm

I aim to please, Zoe!

 

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