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Totally! My advice: Cut everything, pick a neutral thread that matches all, and Henry Ford the heck out of it! Go assembly-line style and sew as much as possible before needing to press everything, then press everything you can before needing to sew again; repeat as necessary. :-)Good luck!
Errrr...if you don't leave the house for the next 19 days with no comfort stops you may make it.
'henry Ford the heck out of it.' Don't think I have heard that before!
Totally doable! Go for it! Last year, I was sewing up my daughter's Christmas Eve pjs at 4:30pm on the 24th. Love the graphic!
Yep. I made two quilts in two days for Christmas presents. Started Dec 23, finished Dec 24.Go for it!
You are better than I am. Braver or Dumber? I just hope to get a stocking done.
YOU CAN DO IT!!!♥ Shia
Yikes! I thought my list was bad. Now I'm not feeling quite so panicked. (Really LOVE that sign!) You can DO it!!
Oh, I've been there myself once or twice! Look forward to hearing about how it all goes! :)
I could not blog about it right now but I have made 13 aprons for Christmas presents. I wanted to make some zippered pouches but didn't get to it. How did you do with your list?
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