Give a hoot for Tania Sanhueza’s soft sculpture Burrowing Owl ($150, Magic Pony, 694 Queen West, 416-861-1684, www.magic-pony.com) sewn up with felt and tweedy men’s suiting fabric.
OCAD grad Fabienne Good’s photo quilts can be stitched together with your own album of snaps or picked up ready-made in mini-greeting-card form ($150 or $7, Distill, 55 Mill, Building #56, 416-304-0033).
Allyson Mitchell and Paul Campbell created the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art’s new patchwork retail lounge. Pick up artsy artifacts from current and past exhibitions including Bill Burns’s Safety Gear For Small Animals book ($25, 952 Queen West, 416-395-7430, www.mocca.toronto.ca).
Pick out your perfect crush-worthy prepster from Daniel Colby’s Collegiate series of oil-on-wood cutouts featuring strapping scholastic lads ($300, Paul Petro Multiples and Small Works, 962 Queen West, 416-979-7874, www.paulpetro.com).
Madame HAIR (www.madamehair.com) paints a surly, sloshed Santa into her mini “Angel Juice” canvas ($25, Park Gallery, 1036 Queen West, 647-999-7494).