November 20 ~ Gifts for a Gift Exchange

on November 20 | in Handmade Holidays | by | with 468 Comments

Do you ever have a tough time finding the “just right” something for a holiday gift exchange at the office? For your favorite mailman or mama friend from playgroup? Do you need a special, small hostess gift for the holiday party season? Here you go!…

Make It

spacer Pinwheel Coasters
The Long Thread shares a Pinwheel Coasters Tutorial, the perfect project to tackle if you’re new to quilting.
spacer Crochet “Friends”
Brie from Roman Sock has the cutest set of crochet patterns we’ve ever seen, just right for fun, little gifts. Enjoy her Owlet, Robin & Elephant Patterns.
spacer Tea Wallet
Christy shares her Tea Wallet Tutorial via Christy’s Creations, just the gift for tea lovers.
spacer Wristlet Key Fob
The Wristlet Key Fob Tutorial from Bayou Bags helps you with great gifts that take very little time and are fairly inexpensive to make.
spacer Snow Globe
Véronique from Little Elephants shows how to create a whole lot of fun with her Snow Globe Tutorial!

Don’t miss these related tutorials from the SMS archives: For the Kitchen, Sachets, For the Table and Whimsy.

Here are just a handful of fabrics we love for some of these projects. Click on the fabric images to visit the Sew,Mama,Sew! shop:

Kristin’s choice Beth’s choice Lara’s choice
spacer spacer

Buy It

spacer Sachets from Lotta Helleberg
We think the hand printed, linen sachets from Textile Art & Design by Lotta Helleberg are simply beautiful. Be sure to explore the whole shop, full of visual treats.
spacer 2009 Calendar from whipup
Our friends at whipup have initiated what we’re hoping will be an annual offering: the whipup.net 2009 Calendar features 13 artists, indie designers and crafters whose work has appeared on whipup. Visit whipup for the list of participating artists and information on how to order your copy.

Mix It

spacer Gluten Free Coconut Macaroons
We love the modifications to this Gluten Free Coconut Macaroons Recipe from Elana’s Pantry. It’s sure to be a hit at every party on the holiday circuit!

Share It

Holidays at Home and the Handmade Holidays photo pool!

Win It

Amy Butler Quilting Solids Fat Quarter Pack

We’re giving away a pack of 12 gorgeous Quilting Solids from the Sew,Mama,Sew! shop. These beautiful colors will mix perfectly with Amy Butler prints, and are sure to compliment many other fabrics in your stash. Comment below for your chance to win. The winner will be announced Friday. See the growing list of other prizes we’ll give away this month.

More Handmade Holiday Ideas
19 ~ Grandparents
18 ~ College Students
17 ~ Girlfriends
16 ~ Dads
15 ~ New Parents
14 ~ Holidays at Home
13 ~ Multi-taskers
12 ~ Sports Fans
11 ~ Bookworms
10 ~ Elementary Kids
9 ~ Snow Fiends
8 ~ Teachers
7 ~ Holidays at Home
6 ~ Pet Lovers
5 ~ Crafters
4 ~ Music Lovers
3 ~ Babies & Toddlers
2 ~ Travelers
1 ~ Tweens & Teens

We respect the copyright of all crafters. All links and photos from blogs on our Handmade Holidays posts are used with permission.

Pin It

Related Posts

468 Responses to November 20 ~ Gifts for a Gift Exchange

  1. Beth says:

    Love the little owlies. So simple but cute.

  2. Susan says:

    The little owl is just TOO cute! Thanks for all of the wonderful ideas!

  3. Rhiannon says:

    I’ve laready ordered my WhipUp calender!

  4. Kim says:

    Thanks for the wonderful gifty ideas. I would love a chance to win the beautiful Amy Butler fabrics. Thanks for the opportunity.

  5. Jennifer says:

    I will have to try those macaroons. Yum! Thanks for the link!

  6. Marlene says:

    I love the tutorials. I am definitely going to try out the Tea Wallets for Christmas gifts. It’ll be a great way to use my scraps that I can never bear to part with. Thank you.

  7. Susu says:

    I love pinwheels!

  8. kathy h. says:

    thanks for the yummy recipes

  9. Teresa says:

    Love those pinwheel coasters.

  10. Shannon says:

    oh I absolutely love the tea wallet tutorial and would be thrilled to win that stack of solids.

  11. Lisa Allbee says:

    You guys pick the best stuff!

  12. mary says:

    Great ideas – all of them! I don’t know where to start! Thank you!

  13. Katie says:

    coasters! what a good idea for an exchange!

  14. Serena says:

    The crocheted robin is so stinkin’ cute!

  15. Sara says:

    I love the gluten free recipe! I am sure my papa would appreciate them. Yum!

  16. mmmm. fat quarters.

  17. Chris Sargent says:

    I love the little owls….so cute!

  18. Heidi says:

    what a great idea for coasters.

  19. Ani Hudson says:

    So MANY great ideas here – THANKS SO MUCH! I’m heading to my ‘creative’ room right now to start pulling fabric and yarn! Yipppeeeee! Ani

  20. Sam says:

    Love the owls and the snowglobe. More great ideas.

  21. Rachel says:

    Love the snowglobe idea! My boys would love that!

  22. Kristen Mary says:

    Loving your gift exchange ideas!! Those quilting solids look beautiful.

  23. Sue Schoch says:

    Love the tea wallet!! Tea is getting pretty big in our area and several of my friends are big tea drinkers. This will make a perfect little gift for them!

  24. Steph W says:

    Oh, this is JUST what I needed!

  25. MegK says:

    Neat coasters & I love the cute owls. The keyrings are really a great gift :)

  26. Dorte says:

    Oh, the snow globe – I can’t wait!!!

  27. Kathryn says:

    Thanks so much for doing the Christmas gifts series. I’ve loved looking through all the posts and ideas. Now to start my gifts!!

  28. Nada says:

    love the snow globe!

  29. Susanne Darlaston says:

    LOVE! love the pinwheels–have to make a few of those.

  30. Melissa D. says:

    I love these little crocheted animals, they’d be wonderful Christmas ornaments, or stocking stuffers for little people who love their fairyland play. So Sweet!

  31. Cheryl says:

    I love the snow globe idea! MUST Try it.

  32. Agne says:

    Thank you for the ideas!

  33. AndreaLea says:

    Cute coasters and I even think I could handle making them. :)

  34. missknitta says:

    Love the key fob! I’m definitely making those!

  35. Linda says:

    I love the linen sachets. Maybe that will be something I whip up as gifts. Can’t wait to check out the rest of the store.

  36. Pam Hastings says:

    I just love your blog & shop! Thanks for the opportunity to win a giveaway. There are just too many wonderful ideas. I don’t know which one to start first. Thanks again & Happy Holidays

  37. Victoria says:

    Thanks so much for all the great ideas and giveaways!

  38. Becky VanDeren says:

    Love all your ideas! My brain is just swirling absorbing all the creativity. I love it!

  39. Jennie says:

    I love the fabric and the maccaroons…..

  40. Katheirne says:

    Thanks so much..I’ve added several of these tutorials to my list of to do’s…It’s a long one.
    I have also added those really cool blogs to my ever growing blog list :0)

  41. Rita Engard says:

    The tea wallet is a cute idea
    Rita E in AZ

  42. brooke says:

    cute ideas!

  43. Kirsten says:

    Geez…where to begin. I’m definitely going to give that snowglobe a go.

  44. Linda T says:

    Count me in on your drawing! I love all the tutorials you’ve been posting. Keep it up!

  45. betsy says:

    excellent ideas. I love the snowglobe.

  46. Melanie says:

    I never remember to make snow globes, and they’re so easy to make!

  47. Rebecca S says:

    Those owlets have been in my queue…need to get better at crochet first though. Love the coasters & the little tea wallet is adorable!

  48. Sarah says:

    Fun. Fat quarters.

  49. tess says:

    those coconut macaroons look so tasty, and I love the key fob idea

  50. Ineke says:

    Great gift ideas … love them!!

  51. Ineke says:

    Great gift ideas – love them!!

  52. Jenn M says:

    I’ve always been in love with coconut macaroons!

  53. BethieB says:

    I love the pinwheel coasters, the tea wallet and the snow globes. I also love whipup and Amy Butler so here’s hoping I win!

  54. Lauren kuntz says:

    sweet!

  55. Page says:

    Gosh, I didn’t know Amy Butler had solids. I have some of her prints and would love the solids to go with! (:

  56. Viv says:

    I’m going to have to find someone who can crochet :-)

  57. LisaAlso says:

    Every one of these gifts to make is brilliant! Which to make, which to make?

  58. Emily says:

    Great ideas. But I was thrilled to see the glutenfree macaroon recipe. I’m trying to start new food traditions for the holidays since my daughter can’t have wheat or dairy.

  59. Mandy says:

    I only wish I’d known about this site sooner! I’m overwhelmed with stuff to make for Christmas this year!

  60. Liz says:

    LOVE the tea book!!! everyone needs one! every tea drinker,anyway.

  61. Anna says:

    Those pinwheel coasters are beautiful!

  62. wendy says:

    Thank you! those are such great ideas for gifts.
    I’m off to do some more sewing now…

  63. Natalija says:

    I just love all your ideas. Thank you for collecting them. I left a cool award for you on my blog:
    http://sarahsdaughter.lifewithchrist.org/permalink/45685.html

  64. Meaghan K. says:

    Definitely making those coasters for Christmas! Maybe with some new Amy Butler solids….?

  65. Violet says:

    I have to admit that I have never heard of a tea wallet before. But I can see how wonderful it is for tea lovers.
    -violet

  66. Katy says:

    Once again, awesome ideas! So inspiring–I wish there were more hours in the day to do some more of this stuff.

  67. Lindsey says:

    I love reading about so many tutorials that are new to me. Thanks!

  68. sonja says:

    The pinwheel coasters are really beautiful. Great gift idea

  69. Emilee says:

    I love the coasters–such a good idea.

  70. Suzanne says:

    The coasters are a great idea!

  71. debbie says:

    those little owls are precious…the coasters look like something i could do in an afternoon. thanks for all the great ideas. oh, and that fabric would go great with some i have in my stash to make those coasters.

  72. Samantha says:

    The Tea wallet is the perfect gift for my aunt. Thanks!

  73. okay, i am definitely making snow globes with my 5 year old tomorrow!!

  74. Kristi says:

    The pinwheel coasters and tea wallet are the perfect gifts for a couple co-workers of mine. Thanks

  75. JenO says:

    i love your site.

  76. Michelle says:

    oh my! Amy Butler fabrics!!! I want them!!!

  77. Nani says:

    Ohhhh….I just love fabric & especially want to jump into my first patchwork quilt. I could make great use of the Amy Butler solids! I love fabric so much that when I close my eyes, I see different combinations in my head! Now that is some creativity bubbling over!!!!!!! Must….have…..fabric!!!!

  78. Samantha says:

    What cute ideas!! Love the key fobs- and the gift for the tea drinkers among us!

  79. Jeni says:

    Amy Butler is so talented and innovative. Anything made with her fabrics is destined to look great.

  80. Tina says:

    Wow, this is a great list. I’ve made many quilted coasters, but I like that pinwheel pattern. Okay, and I love that snow globe!! I’m already addicted to Roman Sock’s crochet patterns. :-)

  81. Josiane says:

    Oh, snow globes – that’s an awesome idea! I’m gonna have lots of fun making some with my nephews during the holidays!

  82. karissa says:

    I am loving the new ideas everyday!

  83. emily says:

    i love the key fob! wonderful fabric giveaway too!

  84. Caitlin says:

    Interesting ideas. I love the coasters!

  85. Renee says:

    Those owls are adorable and the macaroons sound YUM!!

  86. Molly says:

    I love those little owls!

  87. Dejah Leger says:

    I look forward everyday to a new post! So many wonderful ideas!

  88. Courtney says:

    The crochet owlets are so cute I can’t stand it!!!

  89. Kris says:

    How cute is that tea wallet? Love it!

  90. Julie Mason says:

    I just love the coasters and the tea wallet! Oh – so many great ideas, so little time…

  91. Ingrid says:

    The snow globes look like lots of fun to make. I love the coasters too!

  92. Jenn S says:

    Those owls are adorable!

  93. Kalin says:

    Love the macaroon recipe. Off to try it out. Plus, it’s nice to give something that you know someone will use – who can say no to macaroons?

  94. Rose L says:

    The crochet owls and robin would also make really cute toddler-proof Christmas ornaments… Hmmm… Thanks for the idea!

  95. Grand dad says:

    OWLS owls owls are just awesome!

  96. Sandy says:

    Thank you so much for posting that macaroon recipe! I have a friend that will love those!

  97. gluten free! YUMMY

  98. Ashley Ann says:

    I love that seahorse!

  99. Michell says:

    Fabulous owls and fabulous fabric! Merry Christmas!

  100. Michell Adams says:

    I absolutely love the little owls and the coasters! Fabulous ideas and fabulous Amy Butler fabric!

  101. Eva says:

    Wow, could I be so lucky?
    Sure, why not?

    These tutorials have really got me thinking this year! Thanks for all of the wonderful ideas and links!

  102. Christy says:

    Those snow globes would be great for my daughters’ Girl Scout troops to make!

  103. MaryL says:

    Something new everday…I’m lovin’ it!

  104. Laura says:

    Thank you again for posting all these great ideas!

  105. Dawn says:

    Now I feel more determined than ever that I must learn to crochet! Those animals are so cute.

  106. Jenn says:

    Wow – that’s a great looking macaroon. I’d bet they woul be tasty with tea from that cute tea wallet. Would LOVE those solids too.

  107. Ramona says:

    Those pinwheel coasters are so cute and I love the owls. To bad my crochet skills aren’t better. Maybe they will inspire me.

  108. I’m really loving the way you have a category for everyone – men, grandparents, teenagers and now something little and easy so we can make multiples for everyone this year.
    Thank you for linking to so many wonderful blogs, as well as supporting beautiful shops.
    Another great Handmade Holiday List!

  109. Beth says:

    The tea wallet and key fob are perfect additions to go along with a purse I am making. I can’t give an empty purse!

  110. Alicia says:

    Adorable owls, and lovely fabrics!

    Also…mmmm, macaroons.

  111. SarahB says:

    Love all the great gift ideas!

  112. Candy says:

    oohh….I won the pinwheel coasters once and am glad to find a tutorial. Thanks!

  113. ellen says:

    Oh my gosh…the tea wallet is wonderfu!!!! Love it!

  114. Elizabeth says:

    snowglobe now there’s an idea

  115. kelli says:

    The tea wallet is such a sweet way to give a gift. Thanks for the great ideas.

  116. Jodes says:

    I LOVE all of these tuts!

  117. Julie says:

    Sigh…at my office we always draw names or get the gift exchange guidelines sooo laaate. :(

  118. Megan says:

    I am really excited about trying the pattern for the pinwheel coasters! It will be a great way to learn the basics of quilting and patchwork!

  119. Jessica says:

    my best friend absolutely loves tea – thanks!

  120. Marie says:

    coasters? good idea. I need to go make those macaroons.

  121. Lia says:

    With two gift exchanges around the corner I was planning on doing some shopping. Now I can just dig in to my craftroom for some great gifts. Thanks for the ideas. Those cookies look so yummy!

  122. Jennifer says:

    I love the key fobs!

  123. Christy says:

    These are all very sweet! Love the tea wallet!

  124. Joy says:

    I love your blog – it’s in my Google thing a ma hoodle and it’s up all day while I’m working so I don’t miss a thing!

  125. Courtney says:

    Thanks for all the fantastic gift ideas, I love the tea wallet!

  126. amy says:

    SOOOOOOOOO many wonderful things to consider! I’m reallly considering those Amy Butler solids though! :-)

  127. Karen says:

    I love Amy butler almost as much as I love these latest tutorials! Coasters?!?! Awesome!

  128. Suzi says:

    Love the key fobs and coasters. I would like to recieve those as gifts myself.

  129. Christine Bolin says:

    Cute owls. And a great tutorial for the tea wallet.

  130. Jordan Durbin says:

    Love the sachets! I was going to make some, but maybe I’ll just go with these.
    Thanks for all the ideas!

  131. Jocelyn says:

    Adorable coasters!

  132. Denise Banker says:

    I love the idea of a tea wallet!!

  133. Janellybelly says:

    I just love the pinwheel coasters and the tea wallet – thankyou for the inspiration.

  134. Veronica says:

    great coasters…..adding another project to my list. :)

  135. Elle Doughty says:

    Lots of great gift ideas today! Thanks – Elle

  136. Melinda says:

    That snow globe is so cute!!! What a great idea! I may have my preschool class make these for their parents!!!

  137. Desiree says:

    I love the snowglobe and tea wallet idea! The snowglobe could be a perfect craft for kids to try too!

  138. amanda says:

    I LOVE making snow globes, and I’m thrilled that you’re sharing the magic!

  139. Lori says:

    I love love love the coasters. Thanks to everyone who makes this sight soooo wonderful.

  140. Erica says:

    The sweater on that calendar is gorgeous. The tea wallet is a neat idea.

  141. georgia says:

    Oh I’ve been meaning to make some snowglobes for Christmas! Great tute!

  142. Suzette says:

    Great looking snow globe.

  143. Anne says:

    Great projects – love every one of them. Thanks.

  144. Jane says:

    Wow, what great ideas, I’ll never get them all done in time…
    Thanks for the inspirations.

  145. Amelia says:

    I love the snowglobes!

  146. Ms. Cleaver says:

    love the key fob!

  147. Amy says:

    Oh what adorable owls!!!

  148. Rita says:

    ooo fun!

  149. Michelle says:

    Those fat quarters are really pretty!

  150. Lil' d says:

    I want a snow globe…

  151. Anja says:

    My girl love snow balls. I’m going to make her one and this tutorial is just perfect. Thank you.

  152. Char says:

    Oh the snow globe and owls are SO cute! Thank you for the ideas!

  153. lisa says:

    Oh, the little owls, they’re precious. Thanks for sharing them. I can use the tea wallet for bringing along my favorite teas and Splenda, my sweetener of choice, which is not found everywhere. I just love the SMS blog for bringing such cute, clever ideas together in one place and providing handmade solutions for some challenging gift giving situations.

  154. Bree says:

    those coasters are really funky!

  155. Kat says:

    I love those sachets!

  156. Tera says:

    I think the wristlet and coasters would make great gifts!!

  157. Heather says:

    I really liked Brie from Roman Sock blog. There were so many cute things there. I had to download a few. Hopefully these will get made up soon.

  158. Karna says:

    Love the snow globe!

  159. Emily S says:

    Mmmmm, coconut macaroons……

  160. julia says:

    I made similar key rings for my book group last year! This year…I’d better decide quick!!

  161. Melissa Kelly says:

    Oh the snow globes will delight my little ones – thanks again :-)

  162. carrie says:

    those coasters are just too cute. Thanks!

  163. Sara R. says:

    Perfect for my daughter’s teachers at daycare! THanks!

  164. Amy Mc says:

    What a great idea!! I hate the idea of having to buy tons of gifts for officemates – but I’m excited at the prospect of making something special for them.

  165. Jacqui says:

    I’m making some of those coasters now they are beautiful.
    My boys have already asked to make a snow globe this year so this s just what I needed. Cheers

  166. Libby says:

    The macaroons look delicious and the coasters look lovely.

  167. k23 says:

    SO MANY PROJECTS!!!
    I think I’ll be starting on next year’s christmas on Dec 26 – maybe then I’ll have enough time for all of these beautiful projects!

  168. kim whitten says:

    your ideas are all swimming around in my head! Love each day’s post of Christmas gifts! Thanks for sharing.

  169. Brookiej says:

    Loving the owls & coasters…thanks for all the great ideas–AGAIN!

  170. Sarah W. says:

    Awesome gluten-free recipe…I am so pleased to finally find a macaroon with no flour!

    Pretty colors of fabric, I would love to win them.

  171. Noa says:

    The snow globe would certainly make my daughter happy!

  172. Pamela says:

    If only I knew how to crochet! Those owls are too cute!

  173. Rebecca says:

    The tea wallet is a great idea! and I would just love to win the fabric!

  174. Melanie says:

    Ooooh! Pick me! Pick me! And thanks for all these good ideas!

  175. sandra dennison says:

    I am so disappointed! I was not able to download the Margaret Purse Pattern. I have only been using the computer for a short time but I have not had any trouble with any other pattern pdf. Do you have any ideas? I live in Toronto, Ontario and I can’t get any of those purse patterns here .

  176. Jennifer says:

    Love the costers!!

  177. Joy says:

    I love the pinwheel coasters! Now I need the fabric! :)

  178. Tina says:

    Love the pinwheels, may have to have a go at them this weekend :)

  179. Carolyn says:

    Great ideas! And that fabric is yummy…

  180. Kathy R. says:

    Thanks for the gluten free recipe. I have a friend who would like those cookies and the tea wallet. Guess I need to get busy. Love the colors of the fat quarters.

  181. karin says:

    Thanks for more great ideas! I really appreciate that you include knt & crochet projects, as well as sewing, for the times in the car or waiting in lines.

  182. Lisa says:

    Too many wonderful projects, not enough time (or fabric)!

  183. anna says:

    such great ideas!

  184. Julia says:

    I’m running out of words for praise ;o)…great, great, great tutorials.
    Please count me in for Amy’s fabric…
    Cheers from over the pond,
    Julia

  185. Samantha says:

    My gluten free friend is going to be very excited about the macaroons! Thanks for finding that for us.

  186. Katie Mitchell says:

    I look forward to reading this blog everyday! So many inspiring ideas.

  187. Joyce says:

    Great ideas! Love the fabric!

  188. Sarah says:

    I am going to make those coasters! They’re great!

  189. Kat says:

    What’s first? Snow globes, tea wallet, or pinwheel coasters?

  190. Kathy says:

    I love those Amy Butler fabrics! The pinwheel coasters were so fun last time I made them. Thanks for the ideas :)

  191. Brenda says:

    love the snow globes…I think we’ll be making some of those next week!

  192. Lesley Stenning says:

    oooh, pretty colours…I want to win!

  193. Diane says:

    Thank you so much for all the great ideas! I am new to sewing and these ideas are just right to show my new hobby.

  194. Amanda says:

    I’m going to make the snow globe with my son. He’ll love it!

  195. nettie says:

    LOVE those amy butler solids.

  196. Sarah L says:

    I love the snow globe and the tea wallets = perfect!!!!!

  197. RobinE says:

    That tea wallet is so cute! And so are those coasters. So many great ideas, so little time! :)

  198. janine says:

    My neices would love the snow globe. I may have to make it for them!

  199. Laine Odle says:

    my mother in law would love that tea wallet!

  200. Jenn says:

    I have really enjoyed all the tutorials that you have posted. I’m finishing up the hankerchiefs right now! thanks for all the great ideas!

  201. Mary says:

    Great ideas for a wide variety of gifts…some I would love to receive myself!

  202. Sara says:

    Every one of those ideas is incredible. I’m going to be busy these few weeks before Christmas.

  203. janet says:

    I have been coveting those AB solids! they would be GREAT to make the pinwheel coasters with!

  204. amy says:

    Think I might try my hand at the coasters!

  205. Cindy B. says:

    Thanks so much for such great tutorials

  206. pam says:

    I have the perfect friend to make the tea wallet.

  207. Joanne says:

    Great ideas – the snowglobes are sure cute and you could do so many variations!

  208. Heather says:

    Always such cute ideas! Thanks.

  209. SabbyAnn says:

    Enter me to win!

  210. Beth says:

    I am amazed at all the beautiful things I see every day on this blog.

  211. Lalli says:

    Great Ideas!! Thank you. :)

  212. Kimberly says:

    Oh man, these ideas are great!!!

  213. Andi says:

    I am loving handmade holidays! So many great ideas again today – now I just need more time at my sewing machine to make everything!

  214. Junglewife says:

    Even more fun ideas! my bookmarks folder is getting so full!!!

  215. Alissa says:

    Those tea wallets are fun. I was looking to do something similar to hold my kids preschool “books” their teacher prints out for them each week. I love it when your tutorials match my mindframe.

  216. Lisa says:

    I’ll be making that tea wallet for my British grandmother. It’s adorable.

  217. Nicole says:

    love those sachets…and i just might have to give the coasters a shot. once i clear a few dozen projects from my to-do list, of course.

  218. Tine says:

    These are great! I especially like the snow globe!!

  219. I need to make those coasters. Seems like a good thing to have around for an “extra” gift.

  220. Lynne in NC says:

    Love the tutes…. AB fabric is great. Calendar is a wonderful idea. Thanks!

  221. essie says:

    i’m so making those coasters! and i’d love to go in the draw to win that gorgeous fabric!

  222. Jill says:

    I needed an idea for a hostess gift, thank you!

  223. Lori Marchbanks says:

    Oh how cute!! I just love the little owls—I may have to dust off my crochet hooks! I love the amy butler fabrics as well—so, so pretty!

  224. Amy says:

    I love owls those would be great to add to my collection! :D

  225. Aison says:

    Great ideas! I love the Whip Up calendar. Thanks for the suggestion! :)

  226. heather says:

    those pinwheel coasters are so cute!

  227. Nancy says:

    Just found your blog today. I love it. I am always looking for new ideas!

  228. Thanks so much for sharing/compiling all these great ideas!

  229. Jen B. says:

    I think I’m going to have to make key fobs for everyone I know! And thank you for another gluten free blog. I’m always looking for new gluten free recipes.

  230. aimee says:

    I love the snow globe idea – how fun for kids!!

  231. Stacy says:

    oooh, those macaroons look delicious!

  232. Kay says:

    The coasters are beautiful. Might just try to make a few of these ;)

  233. Liz says:

    So many wonderful ideas. If only I could get the gift of more time to make them all!

  234. Lisa says:

    Wow more great idea’s today…. I see me making coasters, tea wallet and key fob’s for those on my list…. Now all I need to do is add more fabric to my stash to make all these wonderful gifts…Ahhh so winning the Amy Butler Solid FQ’s would be a big help…

    Lisa

  235. Kids love the snow globes. I made some last year but after awhile they leaked so if I do it again I am going to use the silicone that you use to fix cracks in fish tanks.

  236. beth says:

    and sewmamasew comes up with yet another present on the list that i was struggling with. coasters! everybody uses them and they are useful and still personal. and not too pricey to make…

  237. Frogdancer says:

    I have to do a secret Santa thing and post it off. The tea wallet is a great idea. Thanks!

  238. Tammy :) says:

    The coasters are really cute! And I had never heard of a tea wallet, but I think I may make one now. :)

  239. Michelle says:

    Tea wallet? What a novel idea! You’ve really found something for everyone.

  240. Sarah says:

    I have a gift exchange coming up… I’ll have to try one of these great ideas!! Thanks :)

  241. Renee says:

    Ohhh . . . I think my bookclub will get the key fobs. Those are really cute.

  242. Veronique says:

    You guys ROCK! Thanks so much for including my snow globes :-)

  243. Charissa says:

    I love those pinwheel coasters. Might be something to try. Thanks for the giveaway!

  244. Pam says:

    So many good ideas here. :) Crafting will definitely be spilling into next year for me. Thanks for sharing!

  245. Q says:

    That pinwheel tutorial looks intriguing. I’ll have to try it sometime… after the holidays. So I’ll have a year to hone my quilting skills for next year. :) Thanks for continuing to offer these awesome tutorials and giveaways.

  246. jennie clements says:

    thanks for all the tutorials

  247. Kristin says:

    This is the best blog month ever! The Amy Butler colors are so soft and pretty!

  248. Leah says:

    That elephant is too cute! And I am trying those macaroons.

  249. Carey says:

    Perfect small crochet animals for my kids small animal loving hands!

  250. April says:

    That tea wallet will be perfect for my mom and my sister!

  251. Alissa says:

    Those owls are the cutest thing I’ve ever seen… love ‘em! And boy would I love some of those solids… exciting give away!

  252. Mrs. Bubba says:

    Love the gift lists. The pinwheel coasters and key fobs look like quick, easy projects to make. The coconut macaroons look delicious as well. The fabrics would be a great addition to my fabric stash for some of these projects.

    Thanks!

  253. Heather B says:

    The pinwheel coasters look like a great hostess gift.

  254. Becky says:

    Snowglobe is great! May try that one.

  255. buebau says:

    It is allways so dificult to chose nice exchange gifts for christmas. Thank you : )

  256. Heide says:

    I love that pinwheel coaster pattern, I’ve had it bookmarked for months… Maybe now I’ll have an excuse to actually make them!

  257. Sarah S says:

    That tea wallet would be perfect for my mother-in-law, the biggest tea drinker I know!

  258. Joanna says:

    Who can’t use more fabric! I love those little crochet friends. It makes me wish I were a bit more handy with a crochet needle!

  259. Kate says:

    Been meaning to make coasters forever! Maybe this will finally get me going.

  260. Joanna says:

    Who can’t use more fabric! I love those little crochet friends. It makes me wish I were a bit ore handy with a crochet needle!

  261. Jessica says:

    OMG, I have to make those maccaroons, and now! They make my mouth water just looking at the picture.
    :-)

  262. Jeannette says:

    and I’ve commented, too

  263. Amy L says:

    The tea wallet is perfect for a co-worker of mine – nice little which won’t break the bank using what’s in my stash already!

  264. Sarah Lee says:

    love the key fob and tea wallet!!!

  265. Christina says:

    The tea wallet is such a good idea.

  266. Baba says:

    Please enter me! I so want to win and I keep forgetting to enter.

  267. Alana Jo says:

    LOVE the coasters.

  268. Rina says:

    I’d take those solids any day, and whip up tea wallets with them!

  269. Lara McElderry says:

    Oh wow! I’ve just started sewing so any help in building my stash is appreciated. Thanks for the great site!

  270. Holly says:

    An Amy Butler rainbow? Yes please!

  271. Anne says:

    I love the coasters! I haven’t attempted a pinwheel in a quilt yet, so this seems like a great way to learn.

  272. Tiffany says:

    Those gluten free coconut macaroons are perfect for the non-gluten friend! No regular christmas cookies there… now I know what to make for her!

  273. jill says:

    The tea wallet and the little owls are adorable . . . I might need to learn to crochet just so I can make some of those.

  274. Laura F. says:

    I love the calender and sachets.They are both going on MY wishlist!!

  275. ok all of these are very cool! thank you

  276. Ashley says:

    Those pinwheel coasters are really cute, and would make great gifts! And of course, I’d love to win fabric – a dream come true!

  277. Lauranie says:

    i’ve made the snowglobes for my daughter’s preschool class. I got the idea from the DIY network a couple of years back . They used EPOXY to seal the lids on, it’s waterproof and comes in a syringe so it’s easy to apply. We still have the snowglobe, and thankfully so do some of the other kids! They loved “making” them!

  278. Jodie says:

    I’ve been wanting to try a pinwheel quilt, but I’m too chicken – the coasters are a perfect project to try without a huge committment. Thank you!

  279. Bunny says:

    Simply beautiful!

  280. Jeni says:

    Great ideas!

  281. Michele says:

    How fun! More fabulous gift ideas…thank you!

  282. Christine says:

    Wow that tea wallet is such a cute idea! Thanks so much!

  283. Melissa says:

    Please pick me!! I really want this!

  284. Anna Socrates says:

    I love those coasters and the snowglobe idea is just plain fun. The fabrics would be great to use in the coasters.
    Anna S.

  285. Shellie says:

    Great tutorials! Love the pinwheel coasters!

  286. Carol says:

    The tea walet is really cute. Too bad I am not a big fan of tea.

  287. Jessy Roos says:

    Great sachets and calendar!

  288. Tara H. says:

    Love the owls!

  289. indywriter says:

    My girls would love to make a snowglobe!

  290. Judy says:

    I love the owls and the coasters!

  291. Sarah says:

    the tea wallet is so perfect for my office!
    I usually dread the gift exchange because no one ever seems thrilled with what I bring, but these ideas are all so great.
    really really cute stuff!!

  292. Alimo says:

    love these….exchanges are so hard! and I will use the coasters to match the tea cozies I am making!!

  293. Teresa says:

    I have always wanted to make a key fob. Thanks for linking to all the great tutorials out there!

  294. Vanessa says:

    I’ve always wanted to make one of those little key fobs. Thanks

  295. Kacy says:

    Thanks for all the ideas, ladies! We certainly appreciate it!

  296. Laura Capp says:

    I love the fabric basket you guys recently featured. I am new to the sewing world, but that is such a cool project that I just might have to get a little more ambitious!

  297. Denise says:

    Love the little tea thing and want, want, want the fabric!

  298. Melanie O. says:

    Love the owls!

  299. Kristen says:

    Love all the ideas, especially the Amy Butler Fabric!

  300. Karin says:

    Love the tea wallet! May have to give those a try. Thanks!

  301. joy newman says:

    i have made snow globes before and they are super cute and fun.

  302. Shawna says:

    Neat ideas. Love the fabric!

  303. Bethany says:

    I love the coasters. I already have some quilting shapes cute out and can use it for that idea!

  304. joyce says:

    Oh, I love those coasters!

  305. Alison says:

    Those sachets are fabulous!

  306. Christie says:

    Fabulous ideas, thanks!

  307. Tabitha says:

    The tea wallet is perfect for my tea-loving sister-in-law and the macroons are a must try!

  308. Anya T. says:

    Love the tea wallet and the fat quarters!

  309. Linda says:

    These “quick gift” tutorials are just what I have been looking for. Thanks.

  310. Kelli says:

    The sachets are beautiful, what a lovely gift for someone. I also love the pinwheel coasters–might look nice at my mother-in-laws and I could use those Amy Butler solids to make them… :-)

  311. Kristen L says:

    Ooo, love the new ideas! I think I just need to make the coasters for myself! :)

  312. Katie says:

    Looks great! That calendar looks beautiful!

  313. Bonnie says:

    The snow globe is a really cute idea, and who wouldn’t want free fabric?

  314. Margie says:

    Wonderful items today. I’ve been wanting to make some tea wallets & key fobs for christmas gifts. Great ideas again!!

  315. Julia in MI says:

    i have to have a gift for a gift exchange in Early December, ane I love these ideas. I am going to make the pinwheel coasters. They will be perfect. Thank you for the tutorial link.

  316. Katy says:

    What wonderful gift ideas! Thank you!

  317. Tracy C. says:

    I love the little crocheted creatures. Must do them! Thanks for the link.

  318. alison says:

    How cute is that crochet owlet! I think I’ll have to learn to crochet now!

  319. Kim Beladi says:

    Love the post. I OPEN IT BEFORE MY EMAIL EVERYDAY.

  320. Monica says:

    The owls are perfect for my gift exchange! Thanks so much.

  321. Jessica says:

    Very neat ideas!

  322. Terri says:

    I love the tea cozy!

  323. Valerie says:

    I love the little owls as well, and the pinwheel coasters, what a great idea!

  324. Shelley says:

    Love the Amy Bulter fabrics and the little owls are adorable!

  325. Julie says:

    Those coasters would make a great gift.

  326. CodeCrafter says:

    Oh the little owls are darling!

  327. nicole says:

    That Tea-Wallet is an awesome idea. I know who I need to make one for. Along with a (w)heat-pack and some home made cookies. Thank you so much for those awesome tutorials!

  328. Jodie says:

    The macaroons, oh the macaroons!!

  329. Joy says:

    The tea wallet is really fun!

  330. Karissa says:

    Love those owls, and the tea wallet is such a great idea!

  331. Amy says:

    The crochet owls are so sweet!

  332. Mamasoo says:

    Making the pinwheel coasters. For the sisters-in-laws.

    Thanks!

    Pick me, Monty!

  333. Kathleen says:

    Everything is so darn cute today! I love the key fobs, I bought some just like those from an Etsy seller last year and LOVE them! Today’s fabric choices rock!

  334. Kristine says:

    Loving the coasters!

  335. ellen says:

    Love those Amy Butler fabrics!

  336. B says:

    I think I’m getting too many cute ideas for Christmas. Can we somehow add more hours to the days so I can get it all done?

  337. Michelle Jadaa says:

    mm those hand printed sachets look lovely!

  338. Mary says:

    I also love Brie’s Pomeranian and Turtle. So cute!

  339. Lynn says:

    Hmm.. the pinwheel coasters are pretty fantastic. The sachets are also beautiful!

  340. Angela says:

    Oh, perfect! I’ll have to make those coasters.

  341. Lori says:

    Cute ideas, and I especially love the fabric choices.

  342. Rebecca says:

    I’m hoping to make some of those key fobs – thanks for the link!

  343. Southern Gal says:

    Love your ideas. Love the fabric.

  344. Fran says:

    Love the ideas on this site! The fabric would be perfect for my next project…
    Fran

  345. Katie says:

    Thanks for that recipe! My cousin has celiac and she’ll love these!

  346. debra says:

    OMG those owls are the CUTEST things!!!!! Makes me want to learn how to crochet just to make those adorable little things!!

  347. Those little tea bag holders are so cute! What a great idea!

  348. Yetta says:

    OMG, I get to be first to post today? Yeah!

    Love the tea wallet and the hand printed sachets. Another lovely collection of gifts.

  349. Lindsay says:

    I love the double topstich detail on those coasters. So cute!

  350. Kelley says:

    The coasters would be a great stash buster and a practical but cute gift. I love all of these ideas…perfect for the “gift chest”. Make them then store them away to give later.

  351. Beth says:

    That wristlet is exactly what I’ve needed being a busy mom, while holding lots of things.

  352. Marguerite says:

    What a cute calendar! And certainly making the tea wallet for my mother — all I have for her on Christmas is a book, as the fantastic sweater went to her once we got a cold spell!

  353. Harley says:

    This is perfect, I have so many gift exchanges to do!! :)

  354. Lorene says:

    The tea wallet is just the thing for a friend of mine, brilliant!

  355. Sarah AJ says:

    Love the tea wallet and key fob!

  356. JLu says:

    i’ve been wanting to learn quilting and the coasters seem like a great place to start. thank you!

  357. Michelle says:

    Oh, those little owls are so adorable! Maybe I can get my MIL to make them for me! Of course, I’ll have to bribe her with an exchange item that I sew… Hmmm…

  358. Courtney says:

    Those fabrics would be so useful.

  359. Esther says:

    What a great giveaway–Amy Butler fabrics!! I still look longingly at her Barcelona Skirt pattern hoping to find time to make it. I absolutely love your site and am delighted to have stumbled across it. Thanks!

  360. Rane says:

    Gotta love the gluten free, my daughter just found out she can tolerate it!
    Celiac Disease is going to be tough, we just found out yesterday.
    Thanks,
    Rane
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~*~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

  361. Sew Mama Sew! you guys have become my favorite blog as of late. My one-stop tutorial blog. And, a great selection of fabric, to boot.

    I have been looking for a good tutorial on pinwheel points and now I’ve found it. Thanks!!!

  362. Joey says:

    Just in time! I have a gift exchange for December 2nd. Hmm, decisions, decisions, decisions.

  363. melissa p. says:

    these are always the trickiest – thanks for the ideas!

  364. June B. says:

    More great ideas–gift exchange gifts can be a bit tricky sometimes, so these are appreciated!

  365. Toebi R says:

    i think my son would love to make a snow globe for his friends.

  366. Sue says:

    Love the linen sachets!

  367. alisha says:

    Snow globes — what a great idea!

  368. Megan says:

    I’m LOVING all these great tutorials! Keep ‘em coming, please!!

    :)

  369. molly says:

    The tea wallet would be great for my mom.

  370. Deb says:

    I really like the coasters and tea wallet ideas. I love to sew and quilt. I would love to win the fat quarters. Thanks for all the helpful ideas.

  371. Beth says:

    The tea wallet is so neat. I love seeing tutorials for things I never knew I needed!

  372. Julie says:

    The pinwheel coasters are great. Now I just need to find the right fabric!

  373. Celeste says:

    Those pinwheel coasters are great–and I really like the handprinted sachets too.

  374. Tjlut says:

    Those snow globes are so cute! and they look so easy! What fun.

  375. Ellen B says:

    That tea wallet would be perfect for several people on my list….and I would love to win the Amy Butler Solids to use in the Patchwork Amy Butler Duvet cover I’m making! Thanks for Handmade Holidays Part Deux!

  376. Jodie says:

    Yay! Gluten free! I was telling my husband yesterday how much I was wanting coconut macroons…how did you know??! :)

  377. Robyn says:

    Oh my! I love all these projects! Great stocking stuffer ideas as well!!

  378. Sam E. says:

    Oh, I just love those quilting solids! And this entry came along at a perfect time–I’m in need of a gift exchange gift! Thanks for the great blogging….

  379. Jenny says:

    I’ve never been first to comment before! This would be great- It always seems like I need solids, yet I never want to buy them because the prints are so stinking pretty!

  380. erin says:

    sweet! Love the key fob

  381. Trina says:

    The Amy Butler solids would be very helpful in making up a whole lot of the coasters (hint. hint.)

  382. karen says:

    Those solids from Amy Butler are beautiful colors!!

  383. marie says:

    Great job again! Off to make some coasters right now!

  384. marie says:

    Great job again! Off to make some coasters right now!

  385. kristen says:

    I’ve been looking for good coaster and snow globe tutorials! You all came through for me today :)

  386. Christina says:

    those coasters are sooo cute!!

  387. catarina says:

    I loved almost everyting in this post. the coasters, the wallet and the swnow globe.

  388. I’d like to win some Amy Bulter…fun ideas this month!

  389. Becky says:

    I’m forwarding this gluten free recipe to a friend with gluten intolerant kids.

    And I am going to make that tea wallet FOR ME!!!

  390. Sarah says:

    love the key fobs and the pinwheel coasters! thanks for sharing!

  391. Mary says:

    Those owls may be the cutest things I’ve ever seen!

  392. Kimberly says:

    I’ve been wanting to make some coasters for awhile. Thanks so much for the tutorial.

  393. jill m says:

    Love, love, love anything “Amy”. Those quilting solids…what a perfect stocking stuffer….for me!
    Also, quite enamored of the moda “recess” pack.

  394. Rebecca says:

    The wristlet key fob will be perfect for my sil who is always misplacing her keys! Thanks!

  395. Lauren A says:

    The coasters are darling! I love these ideas…

  396. Laura M. says:

    I have really enjoyed the format of the Gifts pages this times around. I look forward every day not just to the tutorial links and great gift ideas but the mix of recipes and items for sale and fabric selections, plus the giveaways, give me even more reason to check it out every day. Thanks for all the hard work on this!

  397. Beth says:

    The snow globe is a great project to make with the kids. Thanks!

  398. Marilyn says:

    What a lifesaver you are!! I have been sitting here going through blogs to find a gift for a “secret angel”. The coasters are a perfect thing that I can make for my angel! Thank you , thank you!

  399. Deb says:

    oh my gosh, these are wonderful!! So much inspiration!!!

  400. Lizzie says:

    These are beautiful! Thank you for entering me!

  401. Sara G says:

    What great ideas! Those owls are beyond cute, and that calendar is stunning!

  402. Shellyfish says:

    Those little owls are the cutest I’ve ever seen! I really need to learn to crochet!

  403. Kathy says:

    Gosh, I think I want to make every single thing from today’s list. Great tutorials!!

  404. Rebecka says:

    the crocheted owls are just adorable! :)

  405. Jenni says:

    thank you for these ideas!!

  406. Tara says:

    Perfect timing. I was just informed of a family gift exchange going on at our Thanksgiving dinner party. (A little early for me folks.)

  407. Marsha says:

    I’m in two exchanges this year and the wristlet and coasters would be perfect – easy to make, within the alloted budget, and useful. Perfect.

    Thanks!

  408. Michelle says:

    I am addicted to this site!!! Thank you!!!!

  409. shaina says:

    Such great ideas every day!!

  410. susan says:

    I think the pinwheel coasters will make a great gift for my son’s preschool teacher — thanks for the link!

  411. Shannon says:

    OMG…I love those coasters, and the little owls, oh my! I want the keychain for myself and the kids will love making the snowglobes. It amazes me how you always find stuff I haven’t seen; when I think I have been all over the internet!
    ~Shannon

  412. Mary says:

    As always, the ideas presented are fabulous!! I can’t wait to get started on the coasters… now to find some time!

  413. christa says:

    Thanks for the gluten free recipes. I have a bunch of family that is GF, so I may whip these up for the holidays.

  414. Cathy says:

    The tea wallet is so neat!

  415. Mel says:

    Thanks for the gift ideas.

  416. malin says:

    And again you come up with the best links to nifty tutorials about how to make such pretty things!
    I had actually been looking for a very basic, beginners quilting tutorial, so thank you so much!

  417. Natalie says:

    I love the tiny owl… I crocheted a similar, but bigger owl… this little one would look adorable in a Christmas stocking!

  418. Maggie says:

    Those snow globes look great for kids to make. They would be a lovely teacher gift.

  419. Tricia says:

    Those colors are beautiful. I would love to use them in a baby quilt.

  420. Shannoxx says:

    I have enjoyed this series so much, it really has put me in the spirit when I pretty much assumed there was none left for this year. The pinwheel coasters look like a great project! :)

  421. Jenny says:

    I love the snowglobe. I never really thought about making one myself but that would be awesome. I may have to try that. Thanks for all the really great tips.

  422. Elizabeth says:

    I LOVE the pinwheel coasters. Maybe even my amateur skills can handle it!

  423. Jessica says:

    Lovin the snow globe

  424. Carla says:

    Love the coasters! The snowglobe is so cute. Although I don’t crochet, I just love the little owls.

  425. Kara says:

    most of the time gift exchanges leave me clueless! thanks for all these helpful handmade ideas.

  426. Regina says:

    Love the tea wallet – so many potential uses.
    Hmm – I can see a first aid kit, a sewing kit, wallet, business card holder for craft shows, and lots lots more.

    Thanks!

  427. Megan says:

    i love the coasters and the snowglobe. I’m definitely adding them to my to do list! Thanks so much for putting all of this together!

  428. Julie says:

    That little tea wallet is just too cute!
    Thank you for the idea!

  429. Chris says:

    I just love those coasters! And those little owls just make me wanna HOOT!

  430. Whistlepea says:

    These are all great ideas!

  431. Debra says:

    What cute little owls!! And those Sachets are beautiful looking! Thanks for sharing.

  432. Hannah says:

    These are all wonderful ideas! thanks

  433. Christina W says:

    ooo! i have been thinking about making some coasters, and i love pinwheels!

  434. britt says:

    I might try making the lovely snow globes with my nephews :-)

  435. Tracey says:

    I love Amy’s new solids!

  436. Michelle says:

    I just about died when I saw those cute little owls. If only I could crochet! My sister is getting a tea wallet though. Perfect!

  437. Alyssa says:

    I love the crochet friends-how adorable!

  438. gardenymph says:

    So many wonderful ideas! Thanks!

  439. craftytammie says:

    I’ve had those pinwheel coasters on my list for awhile, maybe today I’ll actually start them! Thanks for the inspiration!

  440. Norine says:

    Love all the great holiday ideas! Now I just have to decide which ones to make in time for Christmas. Thanks so much for sharing.

  441. Alice S says:

    Great ideas! I’ve written down the pinwheel coasters for a hostess gift I need and the tea wallet for my mother. I would love to win the Amy Butler solids!

  442. Kristin says:

    wow……that sweater is amazing!

  443. Water Works says:

    I love the globe idea and will make a few as gifts for my daughter. She loves them and I’ll be able to tailor it to her tastes.

  444. mommymae says:

    i want the sweater shown on the whip-up calendar!!

  445. Ellie says:

    Great ideas, as usual!

  446. Geri says:

    Oh wow…I love the snow globe idea!

  447. Robin says:

    Please enter me in your drawing. My family is doing snowglobes this year! Kids love making them.

    -Robin

  448. Laura says:

    I love the coasters. I found a tutorial online for making little 4-patch coasters and have been using those as gifts for over a year.

  449. Tammy Wittig says:

    Cute coasters – I’ve been wanting to learn how to quilt and those look like a nice, small project to start with.

  450. too funny, I was just searching for ideas for a gift exchange! Thank you for this month of great ideas!

  451. Kimberly says:

    Love the tea wallet! Definitely gonna have to make some of those and fill with an assortment of relaxing herbal teas!

  452. Ginny says:

    The key fobs tutorial is AWESOME! I’m going to be making “purse kits” for my book club friends with the key fobs, tissue holders and business card wallets. Yay!

  453. I love the snow globe – something my daughter and I could make together!

  454. Jennifer N. says:

    If I make the coasters, does that mean I can ask for end tables finally? Or is that tempting the 2-year old way too much? What great ideas again. Thank you.

  455. Stephanie says:

    The tea cozy is perfect for someone on my list! I’m also going to now make some of the key fobs to go with some bags (also from this blog!) for a few people on my list. I can’t wait to see the rest of the ideas this month. Thanks for the hard work.

  456. Deborah says:

    Thanks for all of the great ideas! Looking forward to see what else is coming !

  457. Diana B. says:

    Love the tea wallet!

  458. Holly says:

    Love the snow globe!

  459. Sara says:

    I love that you are putting projects in categories and I also appreciate the “buy it” portion of the blog, you know how we have great intentions and run out of time often!

  460. Stacey C. says:

    The little owlets are so cute. Too bad I don’t crochet!! Thanks so much for this list of cute gifts!

  461. Liz says:

    Thanks for posting about the pinwheel coasters, they’re really cute!

  462. Deborah says:

    My niece needs gluten free foods so for Thanksgiving I will be making the Coconut Macaroon recipe. Thanks!

  463. Emiko says:

    You guys are such a great source for holiday gift projects! It’s so hard to not feel inspired to try all of them :)

    I’m still working on my knitting gifts, but soon hope to move into some of the sewing gifts.

  464. Shawn says:

    All of these ideas are really great! Thank you!

  465. lindsey says:

    I love all these ideas and tutorials! my favorite time of year to make stuff!

  466. Jenny Benson says:

    Love the calendar, and want the Amy Butler fabric!!!

  467. kara says:

    those owls are so cute!!! I love the Amy Butler solids!

  468. MegVS says:

    All of those tutorials look great!

« »

Subscribe to the sewmamasew.com newsletter

Sewing inspiration, projects, events and offers delivered conveniently to your email.

SUBSCRIBE +

Get the latest sewmamasew.com news via