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Planning to make your holiday gifts this year? Come to my Handmade Holiday Workshop for more ideas!

This is very last-minute, but perfect for all you crafters who like to fly by the seat of your pants.

There are a couple spaces left in the Handmade Holiday Workshop that I’m teaching Wednesday here in West Michigan. This is one of my favorite classes to teach because I absolutely love handmade gifts.

The class is 10 a.m.-noon at Lakeshore Sewing, 1011 Gezon Pkwy SW in Wyoming.

I’m going to demonstrate a variety of gifts you can whip up for the holidays. Then students will make a set of four circular cloth napkins that fold into Christmas trees. Projects will range from hostess gifts to handmade presents for kids.

Skill Level: All

Class Fee: $15 (plus supplies).

Download PDF for more details and how to sign up for Handmade Holiday Workshop

To register: Please stop into the Wyoming store or call (616) 531-5561.

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Comment from Micki
Time: November 13, 2010, 1:21 pm

I made the four Christmas Tree Cloth Napkins which I got from your website. I went back there today and I cannot find the print out for it. Please let me know how I can locate that printout again or did you delete it? Thanks so much.

Comment from LINDA SEMLOR
Time: December 14, 2010, 10:38 am

I have made the Christmas Tree napkins. I found the pattern in a great quilt shop in Saint Charles, MO named Bindings, Borders and Squares. However, this past summer I took the same pattern and made patriotic napkins in red, white and blue. After folding them for the tree look I turned them upside down and they looked like fireworks. Now who doesn’t need clothe napkins for atleast three patriotic holidays? I also took the time to stitch the fold lines with thread that matched each side of napkin. That takes the quess work out of the folding of the napkins.

Comment from Marsha
Time: September 13, 2011, 11:28 am

I was also wondering where your pattern went that I saw on this
website – can you put this pattern back on for us?

Thank you

Comment from handcrafted gifts
Time: April 17, 2014, 3:11 am

Hello, just wanted to say, I enjoyed this blog post.
It was helpful. Keep on posting!

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