Warning: there is one item with mature content on it. (Bet you didn't think quilting items could have mature content, did you... now you have to go and see for yourself.)
tote bag. Gary has added this design in several different colors. There are notebooks, greeting cards, mugs, pillows, laptop sleeves, stickers and a whole lot more!
Sew-pergirl! My brother Gary combined his love of comic books with my love of quilting to come up with this one.
design below a lot too. I will probably order the printed version and hang it in my cubicle at work, in an extremely visible spot so my co-workers can see it. Especially George who keeps asking me to mend his sailboat cover. Sorry, no can do!
Hanukkah officially started this evening, but it lasts for eight days, so you still have time to get me a gift! I accept Christmas gifts as well. Or gifts for no reason at all. I don't discriminate.
Disclaimer: I don't get anything if you buy something from Gary except a warm, happy feeling that I've helped my brother. Gary, however, does make a commission (albeit a really, really tiny one) on anything that you buy from him.
Gary is happy to do a special custom design for you. You can send him a "bubble mail" through the website. If you can't figure out how to do this, just let me know.
You can also see the special Pug Hanukkah t-shirt that he designed for me. That's what started this whole thing. He's happy to do the dog breed of your choice in the Hanukkah shirt also.
Happy shopping and Happy Hanukkah to all my Jewish blogging and quilting friends!
Linking up on Friday to Confessions of a Fabric Addict and to Crazy Mom Quilts. Thanks for visiting!
Pugs and kisses,
P.S. If you're on my gift list, don't be surprised if one of these fabulous items ends up in your stocking or under your menorah!