Friday, December 10, 2010


I like to make homemade gifts for Christmas. It doesn't always work out, but this year I've done quite a few.

My youngest granddaughters will be receiving some new things for their American Girl dolls. The dolls will be all set for a slumber party with their new nighties, sleeping bags, pillows, and pets. These were made from a simple panel design.

They'll both be getting aprons for themselves and their dolls too, also made from panels.

My OH grandsons will be receiving these knit scarves. I love to do simple garter stitch on bamboo needles. So simple, so cozy!

My sister and I exchange small gifts. This year she and her husband will be receiving these microwave cooking bags, I made with the new Tatar Batting. One is for steaming tortillas, and the other is a potato bag, for microwaving baked potatoes, sweet potatoes, red potatoes, sweet corn, muffins, etc.


Anonymous said...

Pat, they are all adorable. Do you want your patterns back? I had fun making all the stuff for my grands, but you out did yourself. I didn't think all Melissas girls had the AG dolls.

Pat said...

Nice gifts...I'm sure they will be well-loved!

Micki said...

I am sure that all your gifts will be cherished.

Angela said...

Love the slumber party sets! Very cute - I'm sure the girls will love them!
I have knit a few scarves (last year for Christmas) with those bamboo needles! You did a lovely job on yours!

Lee Prairie Designs said...

They are all darling. Some little girl is going to be very happy with all those cute doll clothes for her dolly!

Thanks for sharing, Carolyn