|How will the science and tech lovers on your list get the binary scarf, dodecahedral bag or molecular embroidery they need unless you create it for them this holiday season?!|
Bean from Coyote Craft (and her sister!) created some PDF Molecular Embroidery Patterns for you with their two favorite molecules: caffeine & water!
Elizabeth from oh fransson! has a nice Charging Basket Tutorial for all of those cords!
Christine created this very cool Binary Scarf Pattern for Knitty. She estimates that it holds 122 bytes of data (if you’re unfamiliar with binary digits, click over for a nice explanation).
|Computer Keyboard Wallet
Ryan McFarland from www.zieak.com shares this Computer Keyboard Wallet Tutorial on Instructables.
Lenore from Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories has a DIY d12 Handbag Tutorial for you. With fabric, iron-on numbers, washers and a magnet you can make a dodecahedral handbag for someone on your holiday list!
Don’t miss these related tutorials from the SMS archives: Tech Gifts.
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||Lara’s choice||Meg’s choice|
|Journals from la paperie & cozy
There’s still plenty of time to request a custom journal from Beverly at la paperie & cozy in Nova Scotia. You can probably find the perfect choice in the shop right now too; we love the Einstein journal, but they’re all truly beautiful.
Beth Anne from The Seventh Level of Boredom has a Coffee Liqueur Recipe which she says is, “Irreplaceable in my culinary repertoire…”
|Holidays at Home and the Handmade Holidays photo pool!|
Quilting Arts Gifts 2008
From the publisher:
Our second annual QUILTING ARTS GIFTS issue is bigger and better, with 148 pages full of fabulous projects to make for the holiday season, including home décor, decorations, and gifts designed and created by some of the world’s best art quilters.
This super issue features:
â€¢ 35 seasonal projects for quilted gifts and home décor
â€¢ Sensational stocking stuffers: our editors’ favorite tools, gadgets, and more
â€¢ 7 holiday patterns to celebrate the season
Again we’d like to thank Interweave for contributing this fantastic prize. Sewists from beginner to expert will appreciate the myriad of beautiful projects. With everything from mini quilts to book covers to a fabric gingerbread house, you’re sure to find plenty of ideas for everyone on your gift list. Comment below for your chance to win.
More Handmade Holiday Ideas
25 ~ Cooks
24 ~ Whimsical
23 ~ Fit Friends
22 ~ Eco-conscious
21 ~ Holidays at Home
20 ~ Gift Exchange
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.