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Gifts for host family in Germany?

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My grandniece ?? Renae is going to spend three weeks with a host family in Germany. The teenaged German daughter spent time with my niece's family, so this is a return visit for Renae.

My niece (Julie) asked me for suggestions for gifts for the mother, the father, and two older sisters. She thought she might make a quilted wall hanging and perhaps crocheted bookmarks or crocheted ornaments, but she doesn't really know what would be suitable.

Julie is a very talented seamstress, and I think she'd like to do something handmade, but she'd welcome any suggestions.

Anyone have an idea? Could be anything, not necessarily handmade.

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