DAY 3-RULER BOXES-MADE FROM PRIMITIVE GATHERINGS YARD STICKS!
I love yardsticks…and have been collecting old carpenters wood tapes for awhile too..I love anything that measures…. I did a yardstick wall in my new home sewing room…It turned out awesome…except one thing…I didn’t catch when they were building the house…the placement of the thermostat in my room..but I talked to the HVAC guys and they are going to come back and move it!!! Then I can finish my wall of “little quits”.
I wanted to be able to move my “little quilts” on and off the wall easily…so I hung them using metal hooks and where the yards sticks meet I added a 1 1/2″ square off cut up yard stick behind them…this creates a rod to hang the hooks…Here is a close-up of what I am trying to explain…
So with this in mind we finally ordered Primitive Gatherings Yard sticks. Al-f in his workshop is creating NEEDFUL things with them…These ruler boxes are beautiful as well as needful…we can show you…see the following pics…You can order them empty or full…many many choices…
We have 4 sizes of ruler boxes…
1 3/4″x 3 7/8″….Bobbin Holder/3 Valdani Thread holder
1 3/4″x 8″ 6 Valdani Thread Holder
3 1/2″ x 8″ 12 Valdani Thread Holder
10″x 11 3/4″ Project Holder
Of course they can be used for other “things” as well but we had to name them something…
These boxes are hand made by our special Alf in his workshop…so please…we have a bunch made…but we do not know how many you ALL are going to order..so please allow us extra time to make our boxes if we get swamped…The boxes are prices $5, $10, $18 and $34… and a special price of $60 if you order the set of 4. These are not going out until after Christmas…so keep that in mind.
We then have made some gift sets for you…
(pricing is valid for a limited time only)
Tweezers, White Clove Chalk Pen, 2 sets of PG needles in box $35
#5,#8 or #12 wt. Valdanis in $70- your choice of weights.
36 Valdani in Project Box- $189
10 Juki Bobbins and 3 bobbin buddies-$16
Light or Dark Version 5- #12 Valdani Threads –$35
Box with 3 Auriful 5o wt. thread-$36.50
Box with Small travel scissors, small seam ripper and 10 Juki bobbins-$20
to order the ruler boxes click HERE
The winner of the PG cutting mat is….
December 21, 2016 at 5:13 pm
What do I want from Santa? Primitive gatherings gift cards of course, and a boyfriend who cooks and has a truck with a plow…
Dede Please email Amy to claim your prize! ahoefler @new.rr.com you have until 12/22/16.
Please do not email Amy your comments to win todays prize…that has to be on the blog under comments…scroll to the end and leave your comment. She is the prize coordinator!
Now we only have a few days left…but we still have some cool things to tell you about!!! So…hang in there with me…I wish I could send you all your Christmas wishes!
If you want to win a ruler box with some goodies in it…please comment…I will pick 4 winners one for each size!
If you spend Christmas Day with anyone you could…who would it be?…
336 responses to “Day 3 Needful Things…”
I absolutely love the ruler boxes! Please pick my name.
If I could spend Christmas with anyone, it would still be my family. These ruler boxes are pretty nifty and sure would be handy for organizing. May your Christmas be filled with love, laughter, and happiness.
I would love to spend one more day with my brother who passed away this time last year. I miss him.
A quilter can never have enough storage for all the things we find ourselves just having to have. Thanks for a great give away. Happy Holidays to everyone!!
Oops. Pressed send to early, here’s the rest of the comment, I just want to spend Christmas with my husband, 3 boys, and my parents.
I would love to spend time with my MOM there are so many things I wished I had asked her especially her holiday recipes.
If I could have a Holiday Wish it would be to have all 5 of my children together. They are scattered allover the country. I love the ideas for the ruler boxes, the remind of the wooden pencil box I had as a child.
If I could have one more Christmas with my brother, I would love that. He passed away 7 years ago at the age of 41. He was great fun. Hugs, Lisa. xo
Oh.my.word! These are fabulous! L💗VE each one! Merry Christmas, Lisa. I wish you and your family the best.
I would love to spend another Christmas with my quilting buddy, my mom. Third Christmas without her….miss her so much.
My dad….sadly that never can be but he enjoyed the holidays so much when he was with us and they just aren’t the same without him. He was the glue that kept us together.
I love the boxes…..I see so many possibilities of things that would fit in there and then you could move them room to room as you sewed!
Love boxes. And rulers. I have a collection of vintage 6 inch and 12 inch rulers. I love the advertizing on them.
I would love a ruler box from you to add to my collection.
Wow….love your ruler wall. I would love to spend Christmas with my mom, gone now 45 years. She would love to see my home, decorations, and creations that she inspired all those years ago!
I would love to spend Christmas with my Mom and Dad. My Dad has been gone 24 years and my Mom almost 7 years. I love your ruler boxes, so cute!
I would spend Christmas Day with my Dad, sisters, brother, and nephews. Of course, I would want my hubby and kids there, too. Your ruler boxes are adorable.
My family of course:) it wouldn’t be Christmas without them!
Love the ruler boxes:)
I would love to spend Christmas with Elton John!! I love his music & have never gotten to see a concert in person. I would just think it would be incredible to learn about him. To think of all the people he has met, and maybe hear a favorite song. Can’t happen, but you did say wish…….
The best people to spend Christmas with is my family. They are spread out from MT to NJ to TX and we live in MI.
So we always treasure the times we are together.
Merry Christmas everyone.
Lisa, love the ruler boxes they look handy.
I would want to spend it with my husband , children and grandchildren. But wish my other son who’s birthday would have been today would be with me too .He He will be looking down on us from heaven.
If I could spend Christmas with anyone, it would be my grandmothers, both gone for many years. But they both spent time with me as a young girl, teaching me to use needle and thread , and needles and yarn to create. I’d love for them to see how I I have grown with the seeds they planted. Miss them every day
I would spend it with my family! I love those ruler boxes…A cute way to put some organization in my life!
My son, Eric. He was only 15 when he left us
17 years ago.
Wonder what would be on his Christmas list now?
He would have though these boxes were cool for guys also. 😇
First, LOVE LOVE LOVE your ruler hanger idea!! Second, LOVE LOVE LOVE your ruler boxes!! Third, but not least I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to spend one more Christmas with my Grandma. Christmas just isn’t the same without her warmth. Here’s a hug for all you Grandmas out there=:)
I would love to have my house full one Christmas with both of my children and their families. I love the look of your wall full of quilts!
The ruler boxes are great! I once saw a coffee table made of a collection of yardsticks. It was so cute! Spending Christmas with my family is what I want and what I do. I would love another Christmas with my Mom. She’s been gone 35 years and I still miss her!
I would always choose my family as it is today but would also wish to be with my parents again. Christmas has always been such a family time.
I love the ruler boxes and would love to have a set.
I would love to spend Christmas with my Grandma, she has been gone for about 30 years and I still miss her.
I would spend time with Family always The ruler boxes are a cute way to hold things I Love youre ruler wall with the mini quilts Too fun
I would give anything to spend it with my son Tim, whether here or there. He passed just after Christmas 2 years ago at the age of 28. I miss him with every breath I take:)
I look forward to spending Christmas with my family and close friends who also are “family”.
If I could spend Christmas with anyone it would be my dad. He left my life too early and didn’t get to see his granddaughter grow up. That would be the greatest treasure of my life, to be with him again.
I would spend Christmas with our family that live so far away.
All my grandparents are gone, I would love to spend one more holiday with all of them.
If I could spend Christmas with anyone it would be my dad who passed away. I love the ruler boxes and would love to win one!
My Mom. She is 98 and just moved to Assisted Living – 850 miles away.
I would choose my husband hands down! We have been married 45 years and he will drop everything if i mention i need to go check out a new quilt shop, even though he knows i have many, many bins of fabric already? I can’t imagine Christmas without him!!
These are a must have for my room. Adorable!
Love these. How do I order these?
I would spend it with my mom and sister for Living people, of not living would be both my Grandma Rene, and Grandma Honey. Still have all my baking to do tomorrow, should be a fun but messy day. Loved your boxes, especially the project holder one. so super cute. Loved your pictures of how you hang your mini quilts. I have an area I hang seasonal things above the washer and dryer, and it’s not always the same size quilt, so You usually see the screws in the wall, or the dowel which doesn’t look great. I love your idea. Will have to show my husband and make it happen. Love all your little quilts too. Have a Merry Christmas.
I would love to spend Christmas Day with my Dad, he inspired the spirit of the season for me.
My dad. I always miss my dad. M
I would love to spend one more Christmas with my Mom and Dad. Mom passed away 2 years ago on December 30 and Dad passed away this year in May. It is going to be hard to see their empty chairs at the table this year. Merry Christmas in Heaven Mom and Dad.
Lisa, How do I order a full set of boxes for $60? Thank you! Patty Scorgie
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Hi Pattie…thanks for letting us know they are not on the site…I email Judi and she will get it on…if you don’t want to wait you can always call the shop at 920-722-7233…they are open till 1 tomorrow (Friday)
To spend one more Christmas with my Dad would be a dream come true. I have such a loving and wonderful family that it sometimes just doesn’t feel complete without him.
As cliched as it sounds, I would give anything to spend one more day with my Mom and Dad. I miss them most at Christmas time. Thank you for all of your ‘needful things’!
OMG…these boxes are something I can really use and I also collect yardsticks so they would add a special touch to my collection. I would definitely like to spend another Christmas with my Mom who passed away when I was only fourteen and my Dad who passed away nine years ago. I miss both of them dearly and especially at Christmastme.
I would love to spend just one more Christmas with my Mom….she passed away in Oct.
If I could spend Christmas with anyone… it would be with all of my family together… everyone…one place for at least a day. That would be an amazing Christmas Wish…hugs and love to all of you!
I need the ruler boxes.😇
If I could, I would spend Christmas Day with my Mom, it was also her birthday. She has been gone for 16 years and I miss her every day. I love your ruler boxes, they are so cute. thank you. Merry Christmas to you.
Alf or Elf, i would love one of the yardstick boxes.
Sew cute!!! I have my dads old folding ruler which I shaped it into a star as well and it hangs in my sewing room too! I don’t think I’ve seen those adorable boxes before in the store. I’ll be looking!!
Always a treat to get your blogs!
I want to spend Christmas with all my children and grandchildren, family is everything. Loving your little quilts wall, in my imagination I believe each tells a story.
Dede’s comment really cracked me up!! Thanks for the great giveaways!!
Those boxes set the “dang” meter a flyin”, as in dang, dang, dang, dang, dang cute!!! And your wall of quilts is awesome!
Fortunately, I get to spend Christmas with my husband, kids and grandkids. I am so blessed.
If it were a perfect world, I would have my parents there, too, both gone for too long.
these boxes are so cute…..and how creative you are! I would love to have some just because…..Thanks for the giveaway!
I love things that hold things, the boxes are perfect.
Oh, forgot to answer the question….I would spend it with my family…..however many of them could be there! Would love my mom and dad there too, but they haven’t been here for a long while. Still always miss them!
My family. Nothing better. Love these boxes. I also collect yardsticks. I must have 50. Love what you did with them on your display wall. I may try that.
I would love to spend Christmas with my niece’s family in Zurich…can you imagine a more wonderful wonderland of snow!
Would love to spend Christmas with my hubby who passed away 5 years ago. Dec. 26 would have been our 46th anniversary. Tough time of year, but so grateful for the fun times & memories! Would love one of these fun boxes under the tree.
Love the boxes! I spend Christmas with my family but my mom lives in Florida and can’t be with us this year!
The ruler boxes would add a special touch to anyone’s quilt room. Will need to get some of course.
I would spend Christmas with my family in MI. Due to being in the military I have not spent Christmas with them in 8 years. However, I just separated from the military and we are planning to move back to MI this summer. So hopefully next year we will be with them!
Oh, these boxes are so cute. I’d love one or two or more.
Love to spend Christmas with my entire family which hasn’t happened in over 30 years. Some are in heaven now.
My grandparents, my parents, my oldest son, and then introduce them to my young grandsons, who are so much fun!
I would love to spend Christmas with my great great aunt Carrie. She was a quilter! I found this out when I read a copy of her will from the 1890s! She had several wool batts and unfinished tops in her personal inventory! I would love to be able to talk to her about quilting way back then!
I would so love to spend Christmas with my Grandma Adele. She was such a beautiful person, never a harsh word from her. She adored all babies. I learned to cook, bake, can and sew from her. How wonderful it would be to relive those younger days again with her!
I would spend Christmas with my family..which I am blessed to do! 🙂 Nothing better than all the grandchildren and my kids and my sisters and parents ALL together enjoying fellowship, laughter and good food!! The ruler boxes are adorable! I have a friend who would love them too!! Please bring them to Mid Atlantic in Feb.!!! I’m sure we would buy some!!! 🙂
I wish I could go back in time and have one more Christmas morning with my mom, dad, sister and brother and our “Charlie Brown” Christmas tree! Great memories! The ruler boxes are awesome!
Oh Lisa, I love, love the boxes. I also love old yard sticks and understand their allure. If I could have one Christmas wish , I’d spend the day with my mom and dad who I miss so much . Christmas was always such a wonderful day in our home. The Merriest of Christmas to you and yours
I’m happy that I’ll get to spend Christmas with my family. The ruler boxes look fantastic!
Of course I would want to spend it with my family, but that would include my Dad who passed when I was 18. Oh, what a fun time that would be!!
I would like one more Christmas with my Mom and siblings.
Merry Christmas to you and yours.
I would love for Santa to drop off some organizational helpers like those cute little ruler boxes… What a sweet idea… For me, I would use them to try and control those misbehaving Valdani threads that have a mind of their own once I take them out of their plastic storage boxes. If I were a Valdani spool, I would feel very special to get to sit inside a PG box… Merry Christmas to all!
I want to spend Christmas Day with my husband. All my family would be my second wish.
No doubt about it, I would spend it with my dad… gone for 14 years now. He was an ornery cuss and probably had more than one yard stick broke over his backside growing up! : ) I inherited my “spirit” from him and share his enthusiasm for life. He was a hard-working, tough-as-nails man and I miss him every day. Merry Christmas in heaven (or wherever you landed) Dad!
One more Christmas with my Dad, he’s been gone for 15 years, I still miss him.
I would love to spend my Christmas with my father. He was so much fun! We used to play rummy and Trouble….such fond memories!
If I could spend Christmas with someone it would be my MOM, who I lost in Feb. I miss her so much, she created great memories that will live in my heart forever. Your boxes are so cute, I would like to order enough for all my threads or new ones.
I’d love to spend Christmas with my Mom & Dad, feels like they’ve both been gone so long and it would be so good to see them. Love these ruler boxes, they’re all so cute!
I wish I was spending Christmas with my grand babies that live in New Orleans. The ruler boxes are adorable. Merry Christmas.
I hope you carry these boxes at a later date. We moved and my stuff is all in storage. What is the cute flower quilt block? I love it! Is it new?
Denise…it is a block from the quilt Evelyn’s Album
I would like to spend Christmas with my dad. He is no longer with us-miss him everyday. Merry Christmas!
My 4 year old grandaughter will be with us this Christmas so it cant get any more special that that. Those boxes are way beyond cute! Want them all. Merry Christmas!
I would like to have one more Christmas with my Mom. I miss her 🙁
Thank you for asking.
I have always kept my fathers carpenters rules! Now I know how to use them
Fun boxes ♡ being a retired physics teacher rulers make my heart smile! As for the question….that’s really hits the heart hard♡ more than mere thoughts or words could say is I wish we could have are little Kari back with us all…we lost her at age 13 from brain tumor. ..really that’s what I want for Christmas…to be with her & hear/ see that incredible smile 🙂 Special thoughts & prayers go out to all this season as well as every day for the little ones that have left us all too early ♡
All of children, grand children, and extended family in a place that has a foot or two of snow for snowman making and sledding. This past Thanksgiving was the first in 20 yrs with our boys and us in the same place, we were missing 2 grandchildren though. My Christmas wish may never happen, but it would be fun to see all of our grand enjoy the snow as much as their dads did growing up.
These ruler boxes are beyond cool!! Empty or full – I’d be thrilled to get them! And I’d think of you every time I look at them!
I would like to spend Christmas Eve with my grandma who taught me to sew (and so much more). She was a practical seamstress, sewing her own clothes, but I think she would approve of my efforts at quilting – one size fits all!
My daughter, son in law and two grand children! I have not seen my daughter for Christmas in over 10 yrs. we don’t travel during holidays because we have both of our mom’s with us (95 yrs old) and we don’t want to leave them alone. It makes me sad not to be able to spend the holiday with them, but it warms my heart when they call and tell me what Santa left! That project box is quite awesome!
I wd like to spend Christmas again with some of my family who has passed on. I would love to win a box from u. Paula in KY
My kids always !
How clever are those ruler boxes?! My dad was a master carpenter and cabinet maker, I wonder what happened to his carpenter’s rule? If I could spend Christmas with anyone at all, it would be my mother , who is 95 and doesn’t have a lot of Christmases left. Because of weather , we will wait until spring and hope she continues in good health – and good health and Merry Christmas to you, your family and staff.
Christmas is a wonderful time for family and friends to spend time together.
Love the big ruler box for projects and pearl cotton.
What wonderful boxes!! So pleased to be able to enter this giveaway!! My Christmas wish is for PEACE….for children not to grow up in a town in the midst of war!! Makes me so sad!! And also another Christmas with my sweet Dad…been gone 2 years….but so blessed to have my 93 year old Mom!!
Such cute boxes!! We always spend Xmas as a family and it is always the best!!
I would love to spend Christmas with my whole family. Last Christmas Eve my family was all together, every child, grandchild & great grand child. A month later my Dad was dead. Family is everything.
My father who passed away 7 years ago. I really miss him.
Love your ruler wall and the ruler boxes!! Missing my family members that are no longer with me. My dad would have had fun making me some ruler projects of my own inspirations.
The boxes are adorable!!
I love all my family so much. How I wish I could spend one day and ask all the questions about their growing up. My dad passed when I was 16. How I wish I could have one more day. So many questions? I miss my family that is gon but treasure those who are still with us.
I would like to spend Christmas with my older sister who lives in another state far from me. She is ill and I miss her a lot. I plan to see her in January but I will miss being with her this Christmas.
Hmmm…, I would spend Christmas with my mom (she’s deceased) and my new Grand Baby (he is 3 months old). Beautiful boxes. I could use them in organizing my sewing room. Have a great Christmas!!
Christmas day with family would be lovely. It isn’t happening this year unfortunately but we will see each other in February. Beautiful boxes!
I wish my baby sister and her family could join us for Christmas. It has been too long since we celebrated together.
I would spend the day with my granddad. He passed away when I was 9 mos. old. He owned a hardware store and would have lots of yardsticks around to do something like your boxes. I have this containment gene and love things like the yardstick boxes. Thanks for the chance to win.
I love your ruler boxes but that comes as no surprise! I love everything you think of to share with us! I would spend Christmas with my grandmothers. They were best friends and shared the passion of quilting…. back in those days I had no interest in quilting other than to play under the frames that hung from the ceiling…. I had tea parties with my baby dolls and it was the safest, most loving place on earth.
I would love to have my husband here for Christmas. He passed away suddenly 25 years ago at the age of 40 in April 1991. Our daughter married on December 28 that year. Th holidays have not been the same for the last 25 years. Would love to be remembered with a gift from you. Your large box look so useful,
Love the ruler boxes…….so many ideas of how to use them!!
Totally happy to be celebrating Christmas with my dear hubby and our sons. Would love if my Mom and Dad were still here to join us
The yard stick boxes are so cool. Love them. If I could choose who to spend Christmas with it would be
The ruler boxes are very clever and I would love to be a winner of one
I would love to spend another day with my Grandma Sarah – she died much to young in her 60s – but she is the one that taught me all things sewing – hand – machine – and to be resourceful – I wish I could share with her some of my projects – she would be delighted – I am young (78) and am busy each and every day doing what I love – hand wool sewing and quilting – I have done so many of your projects and have a few more to complete – you are like one of my best friends – thank you for all you do for us – Merry Christmas –
I would love to be able to have one more Christmas with my grandma!!! I would like for her to meet all of her great grandchildren and great gread grandchildren. She past away 6 weeks after I had my first son. She would be so happy to see how her family has multiplied.
I would love to spend Christmas with my family that is in WI. My husband and I and our 5 kids live in AZ and we have never had a Christmas with everyone all together.
I would probably want to spend time with my dad, mom and mom’s friend Harriett. Christmas was always important for mom and dad and we always had people who were alone at Christmas over for supper and also for treats after midnight mass. I love the ruler boxes.
Now I know what can be done with yard sticks I won at an auction a few years ago. I love the little box/drawer with the valdani thread. Great way to see all the colors.
These ruler boxes are wonderful! And I will borrow your idea for my living room wall and my mini quilts.
Great way of hanging them! If wonderful to have many ideas from quilts friends. Thanks!!
These boxes are. so cute! I especially like the project box!
I would want to spend that day just like I spend every Christmas…with my family…that is what it is all about…family.
Rulers…Rule!! What really cute boxes…I’m not sure you can ever have too many!! Have a Wonderful Christmas!!!
I love, love love the idea of the ruler project box. Actually I think each of the boxes is great, but I am partial to the project box. No longer will I stuff my block and supplies in a ziplock bag! I feel like a true quilter now–product is soooo important!
Those boxes are just adorable! So very cute-and useful too!
I would like to have another Christmas with loved ones who are no longer with us.
If I could spend Christmas with anyone it would actually be 4 anyones – all 4 of my children under one roof! Oh and my daughter in law and grandson. That sounds like 6 people but it is actually just one family!!!
My Christmas Day is not complete without my grand kids. I hate having to move Holidays to work around everyone’s schedules. Life used to be so much simpler. I love the boxes made with yard sticks, how cool is that!
If I could spend Christmas with anyone it would be my Mom. It was her favorite season and this will be #9 without her. But she’s with me in my heart and the rest of my family will be here!
I would spend it with my family. No better way to celebrate the holidays! Of course I wouldn’t send George Clooney home😊😊
Oh my gosh! I love these boxes! I love spending Christmas with family. My kids especially but it would be fun to have Christmas with grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins. We haven’t done that since my grandma passed away 19 yrs ago.
If I could spend Christmas with anyone it would be my dad! I met him in 1973, I was 26, we never got to spend any Christmas together or birthdays or Father’s Day. My husband , son and I drove to California from Florida to meet him! One of my most wonderful memories. We did meet each other many times during the course of the next 30 some years till his passing at 92. I was blessed , dad was wonderful and his wife was so kind to me! Merry Christmas to all and a blessed new year.
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The one person I would spend Christmas with once again would be my Mom in Milwaukee who has been gone for several years now. But it seems like yesterday when it was Christmas with Mom, Dad and sis.
I would want to spend it with Mary. Yes, that Mary!
Oh my. Those are fabulous boxes, and it is so cool they show “Primitive Gatherings.” I’m going to spend Christmas Day with my husband–that’s the best! Merry Christmas to you and yours, and thank you for all you do for us quilters.
I would spend it with my entire extended family. I love the ruler boxes and especially the thread. Thanks for the chance to win. Marry Christmas to you and you family.
I love both rulers and boxes. this would be a wonderful surprise IF I were to win. thank you for the possibility of doing so.
Love the boxes. Which one would I pick I pick all of them. The best thing about Christmas is spending it with family and friends.
If I could spend Christmas Day with anyone….I would spend it with my hubby, my best friend. We’ll be making lefse on Christmas day and I can’t wait! Boxes are AWESOME! Kudos to Primitive Gatherings!!
I would love to spend Christmas with my mom. She would love her little great granddaughters that she never got to meet. I love the large ruler box.
The grandkids! Their parents could come to if they want.
Love your small quilt wall. That is such a clever display. My husband and I are blessed to get to spend Christmas with my daughters and son-in-laws. It would be perfect if my son, daughter-in-law and grandkids could join us. They live out in AZ and he is deploying right after Christmas.
I would love to spend Christmas with my husband who only saw 3 of our 7 wonderful grandchildren.
You have had some wonderful surprises for us. I will miss them when it’s all over UNTIL next year.
Oh my gosh! These boxes are wonderful!! I want one of each!
I’d love to have Christmas once again with my husband who passed away 14 months ago. Then it’d be fun to add our parents and children – just like in the “old” days! Such fond memories —
I love the ruler boxes. I desperately need more storage!! Such a cute idea – might inspire me to organize my quilt studio!!
I would love to spend Christmas Day with the Savior of course! After all, it IS His Birthday! Wouldn’t that be the ultimate gift???
All my family under one roof
I love these boxes, they are so cute!!! Thank you for the giveaway.
I would like to spend Christmas with my sister, Kathy. She passed 22 years ago at age 42 after a five year battle with cancer. Much too young, but I know you understand that completely. Your ruler boxes are “immeasurably” magnificent, and I would feel like a queen who could “rule” the world, if only I could win one! (puns intended) Merry Christmas to your and yours!
I would love to spend Christmas with my mom and the rest of my family. Miss my mom so much. I love the ruler boxes and your ruler hanging rods. I have a few old yardsticks that I treasure and maybe they need to be repurposed!
OMG! The boxes are so cute. Please tell your Elf he or she is doing a great job. I have a feeling your elf will be putting in overtime when the orders start coming in. Would love to win one. Have a wonderful Christmas.
I LOVE the boxes! You always have such fabulous stuff. I love spending Christmas with my family. However if I could pick anyone it would be my mother. She passed away when I was 8 and the older I get the more I miss her. I have a very good life with a wonderful husband and children and now grandchildren but I would love to have just one day with her.
I would give anything to be able to spend another Christmas with my grandmother who passed away many years ago. I still miss her terribly.
Love the idea of hanging the quilts on the yardsticks! Awesome idea! I would love to spend Christmas with all those who are no longer with us and share old memories.
These yardstick boxes would be great for so many things and I bet even my son would like one. Can’t decide on which size to get.
I am blessed to be able to spend Christmas with my favorites each year, my kids and grandkids. ❤️❤️❤️ Them all to pieces. I also love the ruler boxes. You can never have too many storage containers!!! Merry Christmas to you all.
Love these boxes! Have three of them. Can always use more! My grandchildren in MN.
I feel so blessed to be able to spend Christmas with all my family. I wish my grandma was still alive to join us. She always had a joke or two to tell :-). She was the one that taught me how to sew and I know she would love to go to the quilt shops shopping for fabric with me.
Happy Holidays 🎄