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customized gifts for kids 19 Days to Go . . . WeAllSew’s Countdown to Christmas decorative pillow shams
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Day 5 of WeAllSew’;s Countdown to Christmas . . . only 19 days to go!?

At WeAllSew we’re celebrating the “season of giving” by delivering small gifts to 24 of our loyal fans during the days leading up to Christmas, ending with a BERNINA backpack filled with goodies on December 25. Visit our blog each day ?to answer the holiday-related question. We’ll pick a name at random from each day’s comments.

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Today’;s Question

What is your favorite children’;s gift to make??

Winner: Congratulations to wordnerd!

Sweepstakes Rules: Open to residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia. One comment per fan. Comment must be submitted to the WeAllSew.com blog by December 6customized gifts for kids, 11:59 p.m. Central Time. Winner will be chosen randomly. Winner will be notified by email and will have 48 hours to contact us at WeAllSew@berninausa.com to claim the prize; winner will be announced on WeAllSew about one week after contest ends.

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I’ve been playing with making simple folded Danish stars (sometimes called a German or Froebel star) from fabric to decorate for the holidays. While there’s a few methods you can use to create these folded stars (some methods include an extra step to create more points in the middle), I found that using sewn strips with this method reduced some of the bulk and creates nice, crisp corners. There’s just one straight line seam in these stars, the rest is all folding!

This week we're going to look at using pastels and the wonderful effects that can be created using?these softer and more natural tones within your home. Interior designers often run up against the problem of rooms that look and feel cramped and?crowded.