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    Senior Member Cuffs's Avatar
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    I have always asked for "useful" stuff for gifts... One year, it was a huge Craftsman tool box, full of all the basic tools! Gift cards to Lowes are always great! (I'll have enough of them collectively to finally get that Deere Ive been craving!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowhike View Post
    hey... now that's the spirit!
    that reminds me... i should make a few hammocks to give as Christmas gifts!!!


    A local teenage innercity "safe house" asked for a hammock for their yard.
    I made a few polyester ones and gave them the other week. Heard the kids spend most of there time (when resting) hanging out in the yard.. Simple and inexpensive way to make someone happy!

    And that means they are staying out of trouble!
    ------- AKA "4D's" ----------------
    "Oh yeah, to keep it on topic. I sewed on my hammock today"

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4D's View Post
    A local teenage innercity "safe house" asked for a hammock for their yard.
    I made a few polyester ones and gave them the other week. Heard the kids spend most of there time (when resting) hanging out in the yard.. Simple and inexpensive way to make someone happy!

    And that means they are staying out of trouble!
    now that's a good deed! thanks.
    don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!

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