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May 14, 2010

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Sam

Yep, that's what I do. Love the red!

Jennifer

I am really enjoying your blog. Just downloaded your ebook and am looking forward to learning more frugal ways. Thanks.

Kate

Almost-ready napkins... great idea! I need to get my sewing machine set up this summer. I keep seeing great projects everywhere I look!

Catherine

Love this idea, thanks! :D

Andi

I've made napkins as wedding gifts before, but I never thought of making them from towels. Thanks for all the great ideas!

Shay

Oh, love the idea. I have those same towels, too.

Patti

Great idea's for gifts. Any idea;s for inexpensive little graduation gifts? My son and a number of close friends are graduating. I can't afford to give them all money! Any suggestions would be great!
thanks,
Patti

Angela

Patti, when I graduated from high school the gifts that were most appreciated were items to help with my dorm room. Like a set of Xlong twin sheets, a set of towels to take, or a bedside rug, and small decorations like candles. I was also given grown up school supplies like a pen set. I imagine a laptop sleeve (lots of tutorials online) in special fabric would be well received. I think boys are a little harder to gift to but a basket of dorm room friendly food (usually microwave only, like popcorn and ready to eat snacks) are sure to be a hit.

Christy

I love your napkins! They would be great gifts.

Caroline

Good idea! I'm in the process of making a bunch of cloth napkins (thanks to you for that amazing idea!) out of a stash of fabric I got for free from someone and was about to throw away because I didn't like the prints enough to use in my usual crafts. They'll make great napkins, though!

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