CAPTION: Illustration 1, Quilted jackets are hardly a necessity right about now, but this all-cotton version immediately attracts the eye with its bright crimson, violet and emerald tones and beautiful workmanship. A nice change from all those tired tweedy blazers in everyone's closet. From Nuevo Mundo (313 Cameron St., Alexandria, Va.). $65. Illustration by Susan Davis for the Washington Post. Picture 1, This teeny-tiny book has six fairy tales from the Brothers Grimm, with wonderful original etchings by David Hockney. A great gift to sent to a favorite child, since it fits right into an envelope. From the Museum Shop at the Hirshhorn Museum, $4. Photo by Vanessa R. Barnes -- The Washington Post Picture 2, Planning a wedding can be the production of a lifetime. Most people can use all the help they can get, so a great gift for a prospective bbridge is this organizer with lots of checklists, labeled pockets for receipts and bills, and lists of things not to forget. Invitations by Brenda, 10809 Mazwood Pl., Rockville, Md. $12.50. Photo by Vanessa R. Barnes; Picture 3, Numerically speaking, we can't all afford a fancy plaque with our house number engraved on it. Now there's a process called dye transfer by which your number is transferred onto a brass plate (4 by 7 inches) which you can hang outside. At Strictly Personal (3423 M St. NW), $12.95. Photo by Vanessa R. Barnes.