This was a quilt panel that I bought. It was flannel with satin border and appliques of owls. I made a simple baby quilt by placing batting and flannel as a backing on the quilt. I then quilted it by stitching around the gray satin border, and put binding on it to keep it altogether. Easy Peasy.
I like to do Cross-Stitch and have made a sampler for each of my grandkids when they were born. This was a boughten kit that worked up quick and easily. I then framed it myself as I am a stickler for having the lines straight on cross-stitch pictures. You can buy a matting that is sticky on one side so you can stick your picture to it and see how it looks in the frame. I also like to have glass in the frame so it stays clean and neat.
I make Raggedy Ann and Andy dolls and came up with a new way to put them together. I take the pattern for the dolls and cut out the body and two arms. I embroider the face, sew the body and arms, and stuff so you can put the hair on the doll. Then take some of the stuffing out so you can sew it to the corner of a fleece square sandwich. I then embellished the square with some appliques that I had and also some scraps from a fabric book that I had made.