Holiday baking and holiday sewing can easily go hand in hand! Today we have some great aprons, yummy recipes and a tutorial too. Don’t forget to comment anywhere on the blog for your chance to win one of today’s two $25 gift certificates to Sew,Mama,Sew!

Apron
By Florence, Flossie Teacakes

Florence made this apron with Kaffe Fassett fabric for the main section and Heather Bailey Freshcut for the trims. It’s for her 79-year-old grandmother and she deviated just slightly from a pattern she’s come to love. Learn more on Florence’s blog, Flossie Teacakes, and see what else Florence is up to for holiday gift giving. Are you inspired to make a few yourself now? Don’t miss our Apron tutorials.

Handcrafters’ Holidays Meme
Noah writes about her family’s holiday baking tradition on her blog, The Life of a SAHM, and shares lots of cookie recipes. Included in the recipes is one for Holiday Gingerpersons, seen in Noah’s picture here. She’s hoping that as her two young children grow they’ll be able to help with holiday cookies, giving the gingerpersons eyes and buttons and the like!

Bean from Coyote Craft shares her favorite, last-minute holiday gift. She also shares a recipe for Chocolate Glazed Sponge Cake which looks fantastic, so be sure to look around Bean’s blog for more holiday fun.

Christine shares recipes for Quick and Easy Hot Buttered Rum and Hot Chocolate Mix on her blog, The Topsail Experiment. Christine’s husband was scheduled to be deployed this Christmas but it was pushed back so they can enjoy the holiday season together. She shares a lovely story of how her aunt has transformed old family treasures.

Child’s Apron
By Sandy, Lucky Ducky Designs

Sandy designs all sorts of patterns and products for kids and their mamas. Here’s her daughter Lauren modeling a new cupcake apron! We have some really nice child’s apron tutorials in our Dress the Kids tutorial compilations; they make a really fun gift paired with a child’s cookbook or even with a few of your favorite recipe cards and a set of measuring cups.

Snowflake Fairy
By Kristin, Kristin La Flamme

Kristin shared her Snowflake Fairy Tutorial with us and notes, “They’d make great tree ornaments, but also look good on a seasonal centerpiece or on top of a gift.” Read more about Kristin’s holiday happenings on her blog, Kristin La Flamme.

Want to join us? Check out the Sew, Mama, Sew! Handcrafters’ Holidays blog meme!

Our Gift to You
You can print our free gift tags for attaching to all of your lovely handcrafted gifts. They read “Handmade with Love” and “I made it for you.”

Want more handcraft inspiration? Visit the Handmade Holidays photo pool and don’t forget about our Handmade Holidays Tutorials.

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