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Quickie Question: Dear Santa?

By Twistie

Dear Santa,

There are a couple things I’d love to find under the tree this year. Here they are:

First off, I’d like a nice selection of rovings in pretty colors to do more needle felting with. I like this selection of 50 colors from Mielke’s Fiber Arts. At just $32.00, it’s even a deal.

I could also use some pretty new lace bobbins from Knotwork Lace Tools. Pretty and practical. I love these bobbins!

So what about all of you? What crafting goodies would you love to have Santa deliver down your chimney?

Tell us all about it!









2 Responses to “Quickie Question: Dear Santa?”




  1. dinazad Says:

    Dear Santa, please bring me time and a bit of money this year – I’ll do the shopping myself and spare you the trouble of finding a parking space for the reindeer, braving stressed SAs, suffocating in overheated department stores, pushing your way through zillions of shoppers. I’ll do it all for you – and I’ll get some nice stuff for myself in your name: a spinning course, for instance. Maybe an inkle loom. A little table for my sewing machine. 8 skeins of super-chunky wool for that long scarf I saw a pattern for. Everything will be in the best of taste. I’ll do you proud, Santa!

    P.S. As an alternative, you could get me that antique bobbin lace pillow with stand and drawer and things….




  2. Twistie Says:

    Dear dinizad,

    If I were Santa, you would absolutely get that pillow and stand!













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