Awww, cute table runner!
Love the stocking, mug rug and cushion, too!
I haven't managed to finish anything yet - the Giant Hearts Quilt is still not done, though I did buy it copious quantities of border and backing fabric at vast expense. The Lone Star isn't finished either - it's still gracing the floor of my craft room waiting for me to feel brave enough (and have the time) to argue with the rest of the Y seams. And suddenly it's the middle of December and I have umpteen things I want to make for people that I should have really started a couple of months ago!
This is the festive table set I'm making for my sister and her hubby; I'm really pleased with the mats 'cos they're probably the fiddliest thing I've made so far (the blocks are 4" finished, and those are the first Flying Geese units I've ever made), I just finished putting them together this evening and am aiming to back, quilt and bind them by the end of the week.
These are hob covers for my Mum's Aga (she has some scarily pink ones my sis bought for her a while ago, but they look quite tatty now and the colour really doesn't go with.... anything) - they'll hopefully be joined by a tea cosy (quilted, not knitted; I can't knit!) and some pot holders, all from the same red and cream fabrics to match her kitchen colour scheme. I have some heat-resistant batting to go in them.
And I will do my damndest to finish her Japan Fans door curtain, too.
I'm also planning a bit of a table runner for one of my aunts, who's had a rather difficult year, and if I get a moment I may make a little something for my brother-in-law's parents, they've been very sweet to us.
Also, I received some money from my great aunt's will, and after much deliberation I used some of it to buy myself a Seriously Shiny Sewing Machine only yesterday. My great aunt was a very arty crafty person herself, so it seemed like an appropriate thing to get to remember her by. It's very exciting and I've already used it to finish piecing the mats above - I think it's going to take me a very long time to get used to all the things it can do!