November 9 ~ Gifts for Preschool Kids

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Preschool kids might just be the most enthusiastic recipients of your handmade goodness! They’ll love these fun ideas…

Make It

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This fluffy Pettiskirt from Sewing In No Man’s Land will lead to lots of happy twirling!
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Preschoolers and collections go hand-in-hand, so give them a place for treasures with these fun Trinket Keepers from Traci at Amazing Mae.
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This Simple Jumper from LiEr at Ikatbag will be a sure hit, especially paired as a gift with some fun tights.
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We find these Monster Dolls from Heather at Dragonfly Designs pretty irresistible!
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Our fun Quilted Snack Set from Jennifer is sure to be a hit after preschool and for impromptu tea parties, any day of the week!
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These cute Let’s Go! Backpacks designed by Rachel for our Back to School series would make a great gift especially when they are filled with even more goodies.

You might also enjoy these related tutorials from the SMS archives: Art Smock, Sparkle!, Laugh!, Play!, Gifts for Elementary Kids, Play Cape Costume

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:

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Buy It

spacer Personalized Art Box from Gifts Define
Gifts Define offers this compact Personalized Art Box which has a magnetic whiteboard and a colorful chalkboard panel that opens to reveal storage. Check out their Facebook page for daily posts with giveaways and promotional discounts.

Mix It

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Mowie is back with another cookie recipe, but this time it’s shaped like a star and pink! These scrumptious Cinnamon Snowflake Cookies are great for anyone who likes a little sugar & spice in their treats.

Print It

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Joel from Made by Joel drew this happy little Paper City which can be printed & enjoyed by kids. We think it’s an especially fun distraction to channel some of that pre-holiday excitement (and it’s a perfect fold-and-go project for traveling too).

Win It

Tweet #handmadeholidays anytime this week for a chance to win a $20 gift certificate to Sew,Mama,Sew!

Comment in today’s post for a chance to win one of these books! Visit our prize lists to see some of the other great giveaways this month.

Christmas with the Mousekins: A Story with Crafts, Recipes, Poems, and More!”
By Maggie Smith
( / Knopf Books, $15.99, ISBN: 978-0-375-83330-4)

From the Publisher:

Join the Mousekin family as they prepare for Christmas! Filled with crafts and recipes, poems and stories, this is a Christmas book to share with the whole family, year after year.

All the highlights of a great December are here. The Mousekins pick out and decorate a tree. Make paper snowflakes with Nana Mousekin. Bake cookies for friends and neighbors. Write letters to Santa Mouse. Welcome carolers. Sled and skate and make a snowmouse. Share family stories of Christmases past. And find secret corners of the house to work on surprise presents for each other.

You can celebrate along with the Mousekins—this book includes recipes for cookies, instructions for paper and felt crafts, and stories and poems to share withΒ your family.

Maggie Smith perfectly captures the happy whirl that is Christmas—when the house smells of cinnamon and ginger and you’re putting the finishing touches on homemade gifts, and the excitement of secrets soon to be revealed is buzzing in the air. Open these pages and step into the warmth of family, the spirit of sharing, and a season full of love.

Cherished Quilts for Babies and Kids: From Baby and Kid Projects to High School Graduation Gifts
By Better Homes & Gardens
(Wiley, $24.99, 978-0-470-56807-1)

From the Publisher:

Heirloom quilting and sewing are perennial favorites and continue to enjoy an upsurge in popularity as crafters look for more ways to hone their skills to make beautiful handmade pieces.

WithΒ Cherished Quilts for Babies and Kids, readers will find a stunning collection of 35 heirloom-quality quilting projects-5 of which have never appeared in American Patchwork & Quilting magazine. Every quilt is “quilter tested to ensure consistent results and the book’s convenient concealed spiral binding makes it a snap for quilters to lay open flat and follow along.

  • Full-size patterns for all projects, including a quilt diagram, easy assembly instructions, and schematic illustrations
  • Ideas and inspiration for making beautiful throws and bed-sized quilts
  • Beautiful full-color photographs of every project

Perfect for gift-giving to children from birth to high school-age, the projects range from crib- and bed-sized quilts to keepsakes and more.

By Judit Durant
(Storey Publishing, $18.95, ISBN: 978-1-60342-579-7)

From the Publisher:

Sock yarn isn’t just for socks anymore! Veteran knitter Judith Durant has selected 101 original patterns for items that can be created from just a single skein of sock yarn—adorable baby clothes, warm mittens and hats, beautiful scarves, original jewelry, bags, cozies—even a dog sweater and a lampshade! Contributed by yarn shops and designers throughout North America, the patterns are fetching and fun to knit. Some knit up in less than three hours, others make creative use of sock yarn leftovers, and several make heirloom-worthy gifts.

The Black Apple’s Paper Doll Primer

By Emily Martin
(Potter Craft, $19.99, ISBN: 978-0-307-58656-8)

From the Publisher:

Join the creator of The Black Apple, Emily Martin, on a trip through her magical world of paper dolls, imaginary places, and clever craft projects.

Inside this book you’ll find 21 sweet, mysterious characters with clothes and accessories all their own—from a busy beekeeper’s daughter to a bird-loving librarian. You’ll also find 16 dolls ready to be designed and brought to life by you! Emily will show you how to draw, paint, and personalize your way to a little paper replica of anyone you’d like.

Green Grocery Bag Challenge

The Green Grocery Bag Challenge is a project to encourage sewists to wrap their holiday gifts in reusable cloth grocery bags, thus reducing the amount of wrapping paper entering the waste stream while simultaneously getting multi-use bags into the hands of consumers. Please include Mother Earth in your holiday plans. Read more here and join us on The Green Grocery Bag Challenge Facebook page where we’ll be posting wrapping ideas, sewing patterns and tips for reducing waste this holiday season.

More Handmade Holiday Ideas (& don’t miss our Handmade Holidays photo pool!)… Gift ideas for:

8 ~ Outdoor Adventurers
7 ~ Tweens
6 ~ Crafters
5 ~ Deck the Halls
4 ~ Moms & Grandmas
3 ~ Babies & Toddlers
2 ~ Girlfriends
1 ~ Imaginative Friends

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

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499 Responses to November 9 ~ Gifts for Preschool Kids

  1. Mel says:

    i will definitely be making the monster doll asap!

  2. Squeaks says:

    Wow, I would LOVE to win the Mousekins book for my kidlets.

  3. Margo says:

    I love making things for the little people in my life – I find they are often very enthusiastic in their response – thanks for all the great ideas

  4. Rachel says:

    Oh I love the jumper and the snack set. Gotta find some preschoolers so I can start sewing.

  5. Devon says:

    I love those monsters dolls!!

  6. Jennifer says:

    I’d like to make the simple jumper for my daughter’s Christmas dress.

  7. Faith says:

    I love all these present posts!!!

  8. nadine says:

    paper dolls!? i haven’t seen those in forever!

  9. Mary says:

    Love the paper city!

  10. Robyn says:

    Great Ideas!

  11. Denise says:

    Awesome Ideas! πŸ™‚

  12. Alyssa says:

    Not sure how I missed this post but love it!! I have several preschoolers on my gift list & now it has some of the blanks filled in, thanks!!

  13. Deb Cameron says:

    Those trinket keepers are an awesome idea!

  14. Melissa says:

    I love the jumper. Too cute!

  15. BreannaS says:

    I love the pettiskirt and the monster dolls very cute ideas for preschoolers!

  16. Paula says:

    I love the Simple Jumper, so sweet!

  17. Melissa B. says:

    Those trinket keepers are very cute!

  18. Donna B. says:

    The monster dolls are a must have πŸ™‚ Although I would have been scared to death of such as a child………….I can see my little ones loving them.

  19. Buffy Scott says:

    Very cool ideas, since I have 2 preschoolers at home very handy.

  20. Ange Moore says:

    Some more inspiring ideas and I love the printable cityscape!

  21. Catherine says:

    once again I am loving the discoveries made through your blog – thanks!

  22. Samurai Mom says:

    I would lobe the Black Apple book!

  23. Southern Gal says:

    Trinket keepers? What a neat idea! Love the simple jumper and the quilt book, too.

  24. Paige says:

    I absolutely love the little quilted snack set!

  25. danielle says:

    these are great- which to make first : )

  26. Mary Rheinschmidt says:

    The back pack would be perfct for my 3 year old who has to take his animals everywhere!!

  27. Julia says:

    Cinnamon snowflakes sound amazing – I’ll definitely be making some this weekend!

  28. alianora says:

    how cute are the monsters? i love them!

  29. Ammie says:

    Thanks! The monsters and the paper city are divine. I can see a home for them here, for certain.

  30. Anna says:

    I suspect my daughter would love the pettiskirt! Do I give in yet? Arrrgh! Are we turning into a girly-girl house?!?

  31. Marcia W. says:

    It is a toss up between monster dolls and trinket holder as to which I like the best – for my grandnieces that is.

  32. Jansie says:

    That quilted snack set looks like a great project!

  33. oh, the MoNsTeRs!!!! LOVE! Γ’β„’Β₯

  34. Lina says:

    I’m thinking one of those monster dolls would be great for me, and I’m way past the preschool stage.

  35. Cass says:

    Love those Monster Dolls! πŸ™‚

  36. Claudia says:

    What a wonderful idea! Fabulous handmade gifts! And a giveaway as wellÒ€¦..I LOVE this!!!
    Kind regards from Germany sends

  37. Hilary says:

    I love the monsters those would be fun to make for all the little boys in my life.

  38. ~Helena~ says:

    So many wonderful ideas, keep them coming. My lil girl into monster so the doll is prefect. love the print it city my boys would enjoy that.

  39. Carrie says:

    Loving the pettiskirt and the trinket keeper. Great ideas.

  40. Mary says:

    There are some pretty good ideas up there, and some pretty good books.

  41. MJ says:

    The monsters are so cute, I’ve been wanting to make one for my little man..printing out that tute right now!! Thanks πŸ™‚

  42. These are all great, but my favourite would have to be the Paper City!

  43. Amanda says:

    there are some really cool books!

  44. sonicka says:

    I think my daughter and I need to make a monster doll for her to give her little brother!!

  45. Betsy M says:

    What a cute pettiskirt! I need more time to sew.

  46. melora says:

    The cookie recipe looks so good. I doubt I’ll do anything near as elaborate, but it will still be tasty!

  47. Genevieve says:

    Cute and BRIGHT ideas! πŸ™‚


  48. Steph W says:

    How could a person not want to make all of these?

  49. I like to make monsters out of old sweaters. I think I lost the link I had for a sweet tutorial, but it was so good and inspiring and I’ve made many of them and I love them (and so do the Preschoolers I’ve given them to!)!

  50. Leanna says:

    Love the backpack idea!

  51. Louise says:

    Love the paper city! I’m definitely going to print it out for my daughter πŸ™‚

  52. Lola says:

    The Paper Doll book looks dreamy! I remember playing with paper dolls and wouldn’t mind playing again. πŸ˜‰

  53. That backpack pattern would look so cute made out of Far Far Away II.

  54. Ariane says:

    Oohhh – Monster dolls! So cool! Thanks for the links!

  55. Jessica says:

    Please excuse me…I apparently have a date with a batch of Cinnamon Snowflake Cookies!

  56. Jennifer M says:

    The pettiskirt is so delish! The quilt and Christmas with the mousekin books would be amazing to get!

  57. Mhairi says:

    I love the jumper. Also could I please have a copy of Christmas with the mousekins. Please please please!

  58. Carrie says:

    All of those are amazing. Wish I had more toddlers to sew for.

  59. Jenn Lee says:

    Woo! Monster dolls!

  60. bethany says:

    I need the black apple paper doll primer!

  61. Aubrey says:

    That skirt is adorable. My niece would love it. And that quilt book looks awesome.

  62. Tasha says:

    What an awesome collection of books (& crafts too), thanks!!

  63. Desiree says:

    how cute is that skirt? … um, very!

  64. Jennifer says:

    I love that pettiskirt–but Oh my gosh that’s a lot of sewing!

  65. Missie says:

    The monster dolls are a scream! πŸ™‚

  66. Michelle H says:

    those monster dolls are awesome!

  67. Laura says:

    The monster dolls are so cute!

  68. Emily says:

    Thanks for always having such great ideas, tutorials and fabrics. I look forward to Handmade Holidays every year!

  69. Margaret says:

    So many cute ideas!

  70. Debra says:

    Those Monster Dolls are too cute.

  71. Kelly Irene says:

    I loved paper dolls as a child and think the book looks fascinating. I also have been thinking a lot lately about making a quilt my daughter will be able to cherish so that book would be very useful! Thank you for the chance to win!

  72. Holly says:

    I’m off to check out the bag challenge!

  73. Martha says:

    Ah, trinket keepers! Finally a home for the plastic bugs my son loves.

  74. Kati says:

    I love Emily Martin’s blog, and her book looks so precious!

  75. Chasley says:

    Would love to win the Cherished Quilt book. Love the simple jumper but I don’t have any little girls to sew for.

  76. Deb DeChurch says:

    Love the quilted snack set! What fun at playtime.

  77. Maria says:

    Love the monster dolls – plan to make two for my friends twins.

  78. Christy says:

    MY nephews and nieces would love these gifts and treats. Thank you!!

  79. Amy says:

    So adorable! Can’t wait to have kids so that I can make some of these great items

  80. miktha says:

    my favorite today is the simple jumper…

  81. Wendy B says:

    My nephews will love the monsters.

    Thank You!!!

  82. PeachRainbow says:

    The Simple Jumper looks lovely!

  83. Gali says:

    everything looks great!

  84. Rachel says:

    Trinket keepers is a great idea for all four of my boys and I’ve had my eye on the “One Skein Wonders” book for some time now.

  85. I like the sock yarn book.

  86. Cinnamon says:

    i think I love every tutorial on the list! and the books you’re giving away too!

  87. Jill B says:

    I love the monster dolls and have already purchased the hardware to make one of the backpacks.

  88. Mama24Monkeys says:

    I know a few little one that would love their very own trinket keepers. I think I need to find some fabrics and get busy.

    kbsteuber at yahoo dot com

  89. Nikki Rainey says:

    ohh the trinket keepers are my favorite today. Having a blast seeing the new toots every day.

  90. Danielle H says:

    Love the paper city! Too cute!

  91. Robin E. says:

    Sweet jumper and skirt. Looking forward to sewing those.

  92. rebecca says:

    Love the trinket keepers!

  93. Jennifer says:

    Oh, that dress is really sweet. And the quilted snack set!

  94. Katherine says:

    The pettiskirt! I was thinking about making something like this, and this one is adorable!

  95. Joey says:

    Such treats!

  96. Brooke says:

    As both my daughters fit the preschool category – love today’s tutorials!!

  97. Emily S says:

    There are lots of preschoolers in my life – better get busy sewing!

  98. Donnell says:

    The trinket keepers are fabulous.

  99. Ramona says:

    I absolutely adore those monsters. I think even grown up kids might love them!

  100. Annabel says:

    I love the personalised trinket-keepers! bellgirlsblog [at] gmail [dot] com

  101. Julia says:

    The monsters! The cookies! The paper city!! Forget the peschooler–this post is for me!

  102. Ganell says:

    I love the paper city and the Petti skirt.

  103. There are at least three children I know who need those monsters. I better get sewing!

  104. Helena P says:

    What great ideas, I know a couple of ‘big’ kids who would love those monster dolls!!!

  105. DebbieKL says:

    Love the jumper!

  106. Nicole Balazs says:

    really like the trinket keepers πŸ™‚ so cute

  107. alisha says:

    The monster dolls are great. And I’ve already got the simple jumper on my to-do list. It really does look simple. πŸ™‚

  108. stacey says:

    oh, the monster dolls! the little bags! too cute!

  109. kate C. says:

    Thanks for the great ideas!

  110. christine says:

    super cute monster dolls!

  111. Erin H. says:

    The trinket-keepers look fun, and I love the cinnamon snowflakes! Thanks for all the ideas!

  112. Joann says:

    I know some children who would enjoy the trinket keepers.

  113. Kathy says:

    I like that dress… looks like a quick project for my niece.

  114. Shannon says:

    Great books! Would love any one of those!

  115. Andrea Ryan says:


  116. Lauren says:

    The monster dolls are great! Love all the great ideas for my little girl.

  117. Renae says:

    This is great! I love the backpacks and the monster dolls!! Thank you!

  118. kathleen says:


  119. jeni says:

    Pettiskirts! Jumpers! I know some little girls who will be mighty happy. And I have a boy who will love the trinket keepers!

  120. briana says:

    I can’t wait to make a monster doll for my children!

  121. Carla says:

    That robot backpack is super cute. I know a little boy that would love that for Christmas!

  122. Kristen says:

    Thanks for these great ideas! We are trying to scale back on all the spending this year and looking for more to make. Love it!

  123. Samantha says:

    I’ve been looking for ideas for my nieces. Maybe some pettiskirts? Thanks for the inspiration!

  124. Deidre says:

    Love the trinket keepers and I would love to get my hands on the Black Apple’s paper doll primer!

  125. gabriella says:

    Loving all these ideas!

  126. Morgan O. says:

    Love these ideas – thanks!

  127. Tierney Barden says:

    Made By Joel’s Paper City is going to be a big hit with my two young friends coming over for holiday fun. Thank you so much for putting a modern spin on paper dolls!

  128. Lobela says:

    So cute. I need to get me a pre-schooler!

  129. Liz says:

    RAWR! Monsters!! Love it!

  130. Madeline says:

    I made monsters for my cousins last year and they have already drawn up new versions this year for me to make them. Such cute gift ideas for the little ones!

  131. Tanya says:

    What a beautiful selection of books.

  132. Sarah says:

    As a mother of two little ones, I’m always looking for new crafts. Thanks for the great projects!

  133. Jill D says:

    Love the ideas for my little ones.

  134. Mel says:

    Love the monster dolls!

  135. SheilaC says:

    I love those trinket keepers


  136. Cynthia I says:

    I love those monsters!!! All of the books look amazing as usual. The one about using sock yarn is intriguing.

  137. Mary says:

    Those monster dolls are adorable!

  138. Texana says:

    This just gets better and better every day!

  139. Tracey says:

    Oh my,my nieces would love this stuff!

  140. Rachael says:

    Such fun ideas! I have a few preschoolers that I’d love to make something for.

  141. Bonnie says:

    Ps… just curious if there is going to be another giveaway day in December (I think there was one last year or maybe it was the year before?) I have been wanting to get involved and give some stuff away!

  142. Elizabeth says:

    I’ve been looking EVERYWHERE for a simple jumper for my 2-year-old. This is perfect! Thanks so much!

  143. Bonnie says:

    I’ve been wanting to make a pettiskirt for my girlie for a while now, and I like the printable city πŸ™‚

  144. monica says:

    Love the paper city printout! Everyday is so much fun this month!

  145. Kat says:

    OK, seriously? My to-make list has had at least two additions every day in November, and today I cannot find a single thing that I don’t want to add. My two-year-old is going to have a LOT of presents under the tree this year. And on her birthday. And any other random time I can find an excuse to give her something. Handmade Spoiled! My big problem now is finding a place to hide my stash of handmade gifts.

  146. Cherie says:

    More books on my wish list!

  147. Pat says:

    Monster Dolls….Great tutorial… Me thinks these could be crawling from the tops of Christmas stocking…..

  148. Louana says:

    I love that little pettiskirt and that snack set looks like a great idea too!

  149. Lauren says:

    Fun fun fun!

  150. Nicole says:

    I know of a little boy that would love a monster doll! Thanks for the tutorial.

  151. karen says:

    the jumper is so sweet!

  152. Leigh Anne says:

    How cute are all those projects?? Lovely!

  153. Andrea M says:

    Definitely the trinket keeper and the monster doll! I think I just figured out my nephew’s Christmas present…

  154. I love the pettiskirt!

  155. Heidi says:

    my fav is the purple skirt

  156. Christy Dixon says:

    I just paid $30 for a pettiskirt that wasn’t anywhere as cute as this one! Thank you so very very much! Now she’ll have one so much cuter in different colors for about $5.00 each!! I am LOVING this!!

  157. Cindy B. says:

    Love the trinket keepers—-I think some grown-ups might like them too

  158. Jeni says:

    Love the trinket holders! πŸ™‚

  159. Katie says:

    I’m working on some crayon rolls this afternoon for my preschool aged nieces and nephews.

  160. Jeni says:

    Love that jumper!

  161. Kerstin says:

    Love the trinket keepers. That would’ve been my choice of a gift as a kid!

  162. JennyS says:

    I love these ideas. I need more little kids to make things for.

  163. Shara says:

    The paper doll book is SO cute!

  164. Julia says:

    I adore the simple jumper! So cute.

  165. julie says:

    Mousekins brings back happy memories:)

  166. nopinkhere says:

    My son always loves anything I print out from Made by Joel. Our paper city lives in a repurposed frozen waffle box right now. Next on our list is his fish tank.

  167. Amy says:

    More projects to add to my list!

  168. Emory says:

    What a nice idea to make a backpack for your child. How special!

  169. Lynda says:

    The monster dolls would be a great Chrsitmas gift! Thanks!

  170. Kelli says:

    I love the jumper and have some cordouroy I bought last year for my little girl that might be perfect. And the trinket keepers are great for her too. She wants to be a scientist when she grows up because “everything is so interesting…” so she says. These would be great for her to store her interesting finds in!

  171. nikky says:

    I would love to give my 5 year old the Christmas with the Mousekins book it sounds so lovely, I am sure my 2 year old would want to get her little monkey hands on it as well!! Thanks for the chance!!!

  172. kathyh says:

    Three projects from today. Good thing I have the afternoon off.

  173. Shannon H says:

    wonderful tutorials!!! I would LOVE any of those books!

  174. Heather L says:

    Those tutorials are so great! The jumper’s adorable and I’ve just gotten some old corduroy from my grandmother-in-law! Perfect! Thanks!

  175. Becky F says:

    love the pettiskirt and the quilt book!

  176. Sarah Wick says:

    Love the grocery bag challenge! Way to be green, SMS!

  177. Jasmeen says:

    I love the monster dolls, perfect for the little monster in my house.

  178. Allison says:

    love the dolls!

  179. andrea says:

    Rompers are so cute!

  180. Jennifer says:

    I really like the trinket keeper. My daughter would have loved one of these last year. She’s a big “collector”!

  181. Becky says:

    I really love the quilted snack set. And the backpacks … I wonder if I can make one bigger (for me).

  182. Virginia says:

    Love these ideas!

  183. I would love the Black Apple Paper Doll book! I didn’t know she had that book out! Lovely!

    It’s been fun, this year, reading all of the projects. This year is the first year I’ve seen so many that I knew about already. I love made by Joel and Ikatbag’s blogs!

  184. Judi B says:

    Crossing my fingers I’ll win one of these books!

  185. Silvia says:

    The paper city is great!!!and the monster dolls are so funny! Thanks!

  186. bruinbr says:

    Wow! Love these ideas! Especially the printable city!

  187. Donna says:

    I love the monster doll.

  188. Michele says:

    Oh I love the monster dolls! Adorable!

  189. Andi says:

    Sew much fun!

  190. Alex says:

    so it’s not just my preschooler who collects EVERYTHING. definitely need to make some trinket keepers.

  191. Michelle says:

    love the cute jumper! might have to make one for my niece.

  192. Katie says:

    Great finds! I’d love to win one of those books….:)

  193. Courtney says:

    Those snowflake cookies look fabulous! I know what I’m going to make this year!

  194. Carly says:

    I’ll be looking into these monster dolls!

  195. Maggie says:

    Ooh! As I have my very own preschooler, this round up is perfect for me! Thanks!!

  196. Laura Reich says:

    I LOVE the collection bags. What a wonderful idea. I am going to make those for my 3 boys for Christmas this year.

  197. Anya says:

    I needed a jumper pattern for my daughter! And the trinket keepers look like so much fun!

  198. kim says:

    oh the books! just great!

  199. JYM says:

    I can see my niece loving LOTS of these ideas!

  200. Jamie says:

    Cute ideas!

  201. Michelle J. says:

    Lovely jumper!

  202. lindsay says:

    I love to knit, and have wanted to learn to knit socks for a while. I would love to win the One-Skein Wonders book!

  203. Danielle says:

    The pettiskirt is darling! Thanks for the great ideas!

  204. Lisa Eichholtz says:

    Monster dolls are adorable! As is the pettiskirt….I have a niece who might love that….

  205. Sandy says:

    I love the quilted snack sets.

  206. Christy Lamm says:

    Would love any of these great books!

  207. Katrina Hertzer says:

    I really love the printed items you are recommending!

  208. Jess says:

    The cherished quilts book looks so sweet.

  209. Kathleen says:

    Too many neat things this year! Loving the trinket keeper!

  210. Janet K says:

    Those monster dolls are adorable! Thanks.

  211. VickiT says:

    Wonderful things posted again today. Ilove the jumper and the others too from that same site. LOVE the cinnamon snowflake cookies. Those look wonderful. I will need to check out the others they also posted for that Christmas Cookie week.

  212. Carrie says:

    The jumper is darling. It’s just what my daughter needs.

  213. elizabeth says:

    There aren’t enough ruffles in the world to satisfy my daughter – she’d love that pettiskirt.

  214. Sarah says:

    love the pettiskirt and dress….I might be making those for my little girl!

  215. MamaBee says:

    I made that jumper for my daughter last year. She loves it! The pattern is very simple and straightforward.

  216. Addy says:

    I love the monster dolls!

  217. Malia says:

    I know a couple pre-schoolers who would dig a monster pillow!

  218. Beth says:

    Those trinket bags are perfect for the many preschoolers in my life. Thanks for the abundance of great ideas.

  219. Julie says:

    The paper dolls with the cityscape are awesome!

  220. Corrina says:

    The snowflake cookies look way too good to eat!!

  221. Lauranie says:

    LOVE the pettiskirt!! And I am always in need of a good A line pattern! Thanks for the chance!

  222. Kadybug says:

    trinket keeper added to list!

  223. Nicole says:

    I love the Trinket Keepers–what a great idea!

  224. Cynthia says:

    What great projects!!

  225. Natacha says:

    I would have loved to sew such a dress for my daughter, but she’s a bit big now, and only boys afterwards…

  226. Heidi Anderson says:

    Love, love, love these ideas! I am making the cookies for an early holiday party this weekend! Hooray!

  227. Tina says:

    Can’t wait to make the cute little jumper!

  228. Gina F says:

    This is my favorite age group to make for as they love everything–at least for 5 seconds!

  229. Crystal says:

    Our granddaughters will love those pettiskirts!! I need more days before Christmas to get everything made. Thanks for sharing!

  230. katie says:

    I have to say I’m excited to see the Black Apple’s paper doll book in the giveaway line-up. It’s been on my wish list for a little while now :). Love the monster dolls! I have a couple little boys, and a little girl actually, who would have a lot of fun with those.

  231. JJ says:

    I can see a couple of things Santa is going to deliver for Christmas to my two preschoolers

  232. Jesse says:

    I love Emily Martin’s artwork! Would love to get my hands on her book!

  233. Megan says:

    Monsters! Those are amazing and super cute. My nephew just might get one of those for Christmas!

  234. meikjn says:

    I like the jumper !

  235. Jennifer DeVries says:

    That jumper tutorial is just what I have been looking for! Thanks!

  236. amber says:

    I love the monster dolls. I am excited to make some of my own to give out to some of the little ones I know.

  237. Jessica C says:

    Another great round up! My favorite tute is the trinket keeper. Little ones are always finding new treasures to store!

  238. Mandy K Court says:

    The fun never ends here at Sew! Mama! Sew!

  239. Jennifer Barclay says:

    Great ideas, I’m still in love with the little back pack. Thinking if I’m crazy enough to try it!

  240. anna dorothy says:

    Love the trinket keeper! I know a little guy that loves keeping little things with him. He always looses them and sometimes he doesn’t have a pocket. so cute.

  241. Megan says:

    I love love love those monster dolls!

  242. Lorrie Orr says:

    Cute trinket bags – I’d love them and I’m not a preschooler.

  243. Temima says:

    Love the monsters! love the jumper! would love to win cherished quilts!!!!

  244. Jessy says:

    Yet another day full of great ideas!

  245. Judy R says:

    Love the pettiskirt and the cherished quilts book!

  246. Jen C. says:

    cute projects!

  247. SaraD says:

    Love the pettiskirt – finally, a way to use my leftover 4.5 yards of chiffon from Halloween! And the jumper is adorable.

  248. Erin says:

    I love all these links that I am bookmarking! Thank you – what a great resource this blog is!!
    And I love the books, too. WHat is it about Christmas and mice? I adore the combo!

  249. Bailey says:

    I think the quilted snack mat is so cute!

  250. Stacy says:

    Those monsters would be great gifts for my nephews!

  251. Kate says:

    I love the jumper, I’ve added it to the VERY long list of things to make for my daughter this Christmas!

  252. nilly says:

    the monster dolls are sooo cute!

  253. Katiegirl says:

    The little trinket holder is such a cute idea!

  254. This is my favorite collection of ideas yet. Love them all!

  255. Meghan says:

    Yay! I’ve been looking for a backpack pattern for my son for Christmas, and I think I might go with the robot bag – so cute! Thanks!

  256. Melissa says:

    Fantastic round-up! Thanks!

  257. Christy says:

    I have one very excited preschooler jumping up and down right next to me chanting “monster doll! monster doll!” and I must have that paperdoll book for myself!

  258. April from SD says:

    I can’t wait to have a little girl that I can make that tutu for! So pretty!

  259. Rebecca says:

    I love these ideas. I need to get to work on some gifts for my kids and my nieces and nephews.

  260. Jocelyn says:

    Those monsters are so cute!!

  261. Cindy says:

    Wow, all of these look so fun to do and perfect for the little people in my life! The prizes look fantastic too!

  262. Leesa says:

    Oh I would love to do some sewing for preschoolers.

  263. Kristin says:

    Cute dress! I love the books, but especially Cherished Quilts and the Christmas picture book.

  264. Mary Lou says:

    Unfortunately, no preschoolers in the family yet but soon. Thanks for the ideas and the giveaways.

  265. Adrienne says:

    I love the monsters! How adorable!!

  266. Leisel says:

    How fun! Great ideas.. .

  267. becky diehl says:

    I am crossing my fingers for the paper dolls from Black Apple.

  268. SofiAlgarvia says:

    Oooohhh Cinammon Snowflakes!!!!

  269. Stephanie S says:

    Love the jumper and backpack!

  270. susan mzf says:

    thanks again for yet another day of fantastic inspiration!

  271. Melanie says:

    Even older kids would like the monsters. I made a sock monster for my 7-year-old last Christmas and he still sleeps with it every night. πŸ™‚

  272. Betsyline says:

    I must have the Mousekins book! it’s soooo adorable

  273. Krystina says:

    Great ideas for my toddler for this year!

  274. Trish says:

    I’ve got a preschooler who would love any of these items!

  275. Rachel says:

    I have already printed off the paper city for my son to colour while I do my own craft projects. Thanks again for the great tutorials and giveaways!

  276. Suzanne says:

    I’m so excited about one skein wonders–sock yarn!

  277. Naomi says:

    the monster dolls are hysterical!

  278. Myra says:

    I don’t have a toddler at home, but thankfully know a few, because I’m going to have to make all of these.

  279. Jess says:

    Now at the top of my list for my 3 year old? All of the above! And what sweet books to win πŸ™‚ Thanks once again!

  280. Johanna says:

    How come I missed the backpacks? I need to make one of those for my little brother! Thank you!

  281. Kelly Sas says:

    Every kid needs to have played with a Paper City once in their life! Great ideas again… THANKS! Love your book choices too.

  282. Amy H says:

    Mmm… cinnamon snowflake cookies for my snowflake cookie cutters! The kids and I will have fun with those.

  283. I absolutely love the monster dolls- They look like they could have been made by a foot print…..Too cute!!

  284. Michelle P says:

    Love that paper city-my dd will love it!

  285. The jumper is just perfect – exactly what I was looking for and an introduction to a blog that I have somehow not discovered before. Thanks!

  286. paloma says:

    Especially excited about the books in this batch. Thanks always for introducing us to so much goodness. Love the cloth bag xmas idea!

  287. Kirsten says:

    Those trinket keepers are fabulous!! I also reallly want that fabulous sock yarn book. My four giant storage bags of sock yarn are calling out for it!!

  288. Jennifer N says:

    Those monsters are awesome, but I’m looking at the trinket bags for my DS4 and DD8 (need something to hold dues for Girl Scouts). Thanks for sharing.

  289. Gina says:

    The trinket bags would be perfect for my son and nephew!

  290. Lynn says:

    Sweet,sweet… Thanks!

  291. Lisa Marie says:

    I want to learn more about the Sock Yarn One Skein Wonders!

  292. Mary says:

    Love the trinket keepers, what fun!

  293. Jennifer says:

    Monsters, trinket keepers, and a paper city are all perfect for the preschoolers in my life. Thanks!

  294. Katrina says:

    My little one would love to twirl in that tulle skirt and would look adorable in that jumper!

  295. Sarah-E says:

    Paper City is so cute – and how fun is that Paper Doll Primer!! Seriously good times for kids!

  296. Megan says:

    Need to make one of those backpacks for my little one.

  297. Cathie says:

    The yarn book looks interesting.

  298. Sarah AJ says:

    Cute, cute, cute!

  299. Consuelo says:

    The monster dolls are fun and look easy.

  300. Anna says:

    Loving the petticoat! My 3 yr old is forever wearing tutus under her dresses but they’re too short too be appreciated. (they just make her bottom look bigger) Definitely on my christmas to do list. Thanks!

  301. Limor says:

    My daughter got one of those art boxes a couple of years ago, and she loves it. It’s a really great gift.

  302. Amy says:

    Love the monsters… would be great to have the kids help design these, too!

  303. Serena says:

    I love the quilted snack set, and the pettiskirt–well, what girl of any age wouldn’t want one of those?!

  304. Krystal M says:

    The monster dolls are awesome! I know a special little boy that I can make this for.

  305. Sonya M says:

    My nieces will definitely need a dress for each of them, and my son, the master “treasure finder” would love a trinket keeper! Thanks for the great tutes!

  306. Alicia says:

    Those cinnamon cookies cookies look absolutely delicious, and something tells me they wouldn’t last long enough to get frosting. I love a a spice cookie!

  307. Tammy says:

    More fun projects! When will I ever have time to do everything? The jumper and pettiskirt would be perfect for my daughter! Thanks for the great line-up of projects!

  308. Becky says:

    I love the printed city! Thanks!

  309. Cindy says:

    Trinket bags are now on the to do list. Thinking will add a holder on the wall and my not so organized kids can hand them up when not taking the bags anywhere. Well more likely I will hang them up.

  310. Kimberly says:

    I’m so glad to have a resource for that art box – my older daughter has one and I’ve been looking for one for my little one.

  311. sook hyun says:

    lovely gifts for the little ones! thanks πŸ™‚

  312. Sarah Lorde says:

    Love the monster dolls!

  313. Louise says:

    Lovely items, as ever!

  314. Amber says:

    Sooo many great ideas! I’m excited about today’s post.

  315. another great list of tutes! thanks!

  316. knitsewreadlove says:

    Oh my goodness! Every single one of the prize books today look AMAZING! Also, I can hardly wait to make my tiny a monster doll. =0)

  317. Charmaine says:

    thanks again for the wonderful tutorials

  318. The monster dolls are so adorable!! I think I will be making some of those soon πŸ™‚

  319. Melissa jones says:

    Love the quilted snack set!

  320. Erin says:

    Yay! I have been waiting for this category! I love all of the ideas. Now I just need to decide which one to make for my nieces and nephew. Thanks so much for these handmade holidays posts. They are making my holiday season a lot more enjoyable (and a lot busier!)

  321. MelissaB says:

    Those backpacks are precious!

  322. Rita says:

    the monsters look perfect for a little boy I know

  323. Hannah says:

    We are loving the monster dolls at our house!!

  324. patricia says:

    The monster dolls are super! The giveaway books look fantastic, too!

  325. Kim Mears says:

    I love the trinket keepers!!

  326. Summer says:

    Love the backpacks, jumper and monsters!

  327. Camille says:

    The monster doll would be a great stocking stuffer for my boy!

  328. Jen R says:

    Lots of fun ideas!!! I hope I’ll have time to make everything I want to!!! Thanks!!!

  329. Melissa says:

    Oh I love that paper city! Thanks for the chance to win a book too!

  330. trina says:

    Love these ideas! I must get busy.

  331. JJ says:

    Those cookies look delicious!

  332. alcheme says:

    Trinket keepers are in my to do list!!

  333. Seanna Lea says:

    I love the art box. If I didn’t already have gifts for my best friend’s pair of budding artists, I would pick one of those up right away.

  334. mamabird says:

    I have a friend who the One Skein book would be perfect for!

  335. I’m enjoy this month at this blog so much, thank you.

  336. bess says:

    those monster dolls are awesome!

  337. lucy says:

    Paperdoll primer girl looks just like my mom when she was little! Love it!

  338. Terea says:

    ooooh black apple!!! yay! Thank you for these great offers!

  339. Cassandra says:

    The paperdoll book looks like fun. I loved paper dolls as a child.

  340. Jennifer says:

    This is perfect for my neices and nephews’ Christmas! Thanks!

  341. Sara K. says:

    I love the little monsters!! Such a great idea… I just might have to make one for my nephew.

  342. Rachael says:

    I love all of these ideas! Thanks for the chance!

  343. Jen B says:

    The trinket keepers and back pack just made it onto my to do list!

  344. Tabitha says:

    My daughter is already eyeing the pettiskirt and monsters.

  345. Debbie says:

    The backpack & trinket keepers will be my first trys!! Thanks for the great tutorials.

  346. Nicole says:

    If I get time, I’m definitely making my kids those backpacks. So cute!

  347. Gina.S says:

    I really like this handmade holidays, so many great ideas!

  348. Anita says:

    Cute ideas!

  349. virginia says:

    The monsters are oh so much fun.

  350. janimal says:

    Loving all the books you are featuring. Fingers crossed!

  351. BrendaDe says:

    love the paper city print out — my daughter and her friend played with this for hours!

  352. Amy says:

    I’m excited about the green grocery bag challenge!

  353. Rachel Locke says:

    Those monsters are too cute!! I think my nephews would love one. Thanks again for another day of great ideas.

  354. Maya says:

    The monster dolls are cute! I like the paper city too.

  355. Amy says:

    wonderful ideas and just lovely publications. Would be great for my crafting library!!

  356. stacy says:

    those monsters are too darn cute. my nephew would love it!

  357. Crystal says:

    And I was just thinking how handy a backpack would be for Christmas gifts…

  358. Sara says:

    I love the Paper City by Joel. What a cute idea!

  359. Katie M says:

    These are great!! I think the Monster dolls will be a hit with some little preschoolers I know… Hehehe.


  360. Robynn says:

    Love that pettiskirt and my girls will too.

  361. Sam says:

    Love the monster dolls and the cinnamon snowflakes.

  362. Melissa says:

    My boys would love those trinket keepers-thanks for the pattern!

  363. Laura W. says:

    Love that pettiskirt!! Awesome ideas!

  364. Karen says:

    Too Cute! Can’t wait to try and make one of these!

  365. Colette says:

    love those trinket keepers! and i so want that Black Apple book!

  366. Stephanie says:

    These gifts are perfect for some of the little guys in our family. The monster dolls will go nicely with a monster puppet I’m crocheting! Thanks!

  367. Greeblygreebly says:

    That little paper city is darling! And, as much as these are meant for preschoolers, I think my 15 year old would have a good time making one of those monsters (she’s just learning to sew.)

  368. Sharon T. says:

    Love the jumper!

  369. Theresa says:

    The pettiskirt and the backpack would be well used by my daughters! Thank you so much for posting those!

  370. Bethany says:

    You know you’ve fully integrated into the global sphere of crafting when you read “jumper” and think “sweater” even though you’re American. Very cute round-up.

  371. Melanie T says:

    What an amazing week of gifts! Thank you.

  372. Erika says:

    Lots of wonderful ideas! Thank you so much! These Pettiskirt would have been a perfect gift for my girls when they were younger.(I´ll keep it in mind πŸ™‚ )

  373. Laura says:

    Ah, how I loved paper dolls as a girl! Hope my girls do, too, so I can play with them πŸ™‚

  374. Caroline K says:

    merry merry

  375. Amy says:

    All great ideas! My oldest has grown out of this age but several of these still apply!

  376. Kayci Nelson says:

    I have 2 preschool aged boys and I know they would love those backpacks. It would be great for them to be able to carry their own water bottles, snack and small toys when we go on day trips.

  377. Cayce says:

    I’ve been searching for a great, simple jumper tute for a while now! Thanks!

  378. Lisa says:

    I have a little collector who needs her own trinket keeper. What a great idea.

  379. Tiffany says:

    CUTE monsters!

  380. Maggie says:

    I love this list! Those little treasure keepers are perfect for my girls. You can bet they will be getting some of those to hold silly bandz and Japanese erasers. That petticoat couldn’t be cuter, too. That would be perfect for my niece.

  381. Danielle says:

    the monsters are adorable

  382. Sarah says:

    I love the paper doll book and the Mousekin book. So many great ideas.

  383. Deidra Foster says:

    The monsters are so cute, whoops, I mean scary! There’s a young man on my Christmas list who definitely needs one.

  384. Barbara says:

    My godchild would love one of those fancy pettiskirts and I will definitely have to try those cinnamon snowflakes!

  385. Taylor S. says:

    All of these are so cute! And that paper doll book looks amazing!

  386. Kara says:

    The Mousekins book looks so adorable!

  387. ChrissyB says:

    I think my niece just really NEEDS that pettiskirt. Can’t wait to try it out. Thanks!

  388. Sarah says:

    That paper city is the coolest thing ever! I want to play with it!

  389. Mandi says:

    Those trinket keepers are so great! And I love the letters on them! We have a long holiday drive ahead of us, so the paper city will be a lot of fun in the car.

  390. amber says:

    OOH trinket keepers! we have a lot of trinkets around here that need kept in one place!

  391. SewLindaAnn says:

    I have to make that adorable simple jumper and gift it to a neighbor. It’s so cute.

  392. Deanne Johnson says:

    Love the treasure keepers. Great for girls and boys!

  393. brenda says:

    More good ideas. Love this site!

  394. Rachel says:

    Fun ideas!

  395. Brenda says:

    Great ideas yet again. The Paperdoll book looks enticing!

  396. Jen says:

    I love that pettiskirt! And of course those are some great books to win!

  397. These would be so great for my toddler too! The pettiskirt is too cute! I must admit I am scared to make one though after a friend’s experience trying to make one! Haha! The jumper is great – I just need to try and size it down a bit. Thanks so much for all the great gift ideas!

  398. Kristy says:

    That jumper is so cute, I’ll have to make one for my niece.

  399. Cherie says:

    Jennifer’s Snack Set is really nice! Thanks for sharing again!

  400. Debbie says:

    There are no pre-schoolers in my life at this time, but that doesn’t matter when it comes to these projects-they are cute!

  401. Tong says:

    everything is all so cute today!! love those monsters, and trinket keepers!!

  402. Emily says:

    The Cherished Quilts books sounds great! Thanks for sharing it.

  403. Andrea says:

    Oh my! Those backpacks are super cute!

  404. Linda says:

    Good ideas…especially the Simple Jumper!

  405. Camille says:

    Great giveaways today! I am so excited to get my hands on The Black Apple’s Paper Doll Primer!!

  406. Suzanne says:

    I have my eye on that 101 sock yarn projects. Fun projects today!

  407. Thanks for the chance to win!

  408. Amy says:

    The trinket keepers and monster dolls are going on my ‘to do’ list for christmas gifts!

  409. My son would love the monster doll and enjoy coloring the paper city.

  410. Cory says:

    Can’t wait to make the monsters!!

  411. Sarah says:

    AAWWWW, monsters!

  412. Mandy says:

    Love the skirt! Now if only I had a little girl instead of a little boy… πŸ™‚

  413. Morgan says:

    Cute stuff that my preschoolers would love! And I covet the paperdolls book. Even my son gets paperdolls sometimes — star wars, natch.

  414. Brigette says:

    My niece keep collecting things in their stocking hats. The trinket keeper would be better!

  415. Kati says:

    My friend is making monster dolls this year too. So fun!

  416. beverly says:

    Great ideas! I love the trinket bag. My kids are always squirreling things away & looking for little containers/bags.

  417. Anya says:

    Great ideas! Thanks for the chance!

  418. brittany says:

    those monster dolls are too cute!

  419. Clara says:

    Yum, Cinnamon cookies sound delicious. Too bad my husband hates sweet and spicy combos. I’ll have to make this for my knitting group.

  420. dorothy says:

    More great projects! And the books… is it bad to want them all?

  421. Susan C. says:

    Those monsters are soooo cute!

  422. D'Lane Moore says:

    With several preschoolers on my list, I know these gifts will be a hit!

  423. Erika M says:

    Cute stuff. I had a tutu like that when I was a kid πŸ™‚

  424. Christina says:

    that paper city is so cool!

  425. Ing says:

    I’d love to give The Black Apple’s Paper Doll Primer to my beekeeper’s daughter!

  426. kelly jo says:

    Wow! I want to make everything for my daughter!! And I’d love to win any of those wonderful prizes!

  427. Megan P. says:

    Love these books! Also the jumper is rally cute – I will have to try to make that one.

  428. Holy smokes – those trinket keepers are darling!

  429. Kelsey D says:

    Love this stuff! So cute, especially the Trinket Keepers.

  430. Sandra says:

    The Made by Joel site is awesome! I haven’t even looked at the other projects here yet, and my computer playtime for this morning is up. I’ll stop back later today when I can take another break; that tulle skirt looks pretty cute, too. Thanks again!

  431. Katie says:

    Love all these ideas! Thanks!

  432. Wendy D. P. says:

    I love the monster dolls! There is a little person on my list that would love them! And the paper city sounds like such a fun craft (and will keep them busy for a while too!).

  433. Rae S. says:

    That twirly skirt = perfect for my little nieces! Thanks for the daily posts & the wonderful giveaways!

  434. Mary says:

    Another great day!

  435. Kristin says:

    That art box looks like something I would have completely cherished as a little girl!

  436. Beth says:

    I know some little people that will love these presents!

  437. Angela says:

    These books look great! Thanks for the list!

  438. Chrissy says:

    Fabulous! I love those dolls!

  439. kate c. says:

    Those monster dolls are awesome! What a hoot!

  440. Nana (Patty Cowherd) says:

    I can’t wait to make the adorable jumper for my granddaughters!

  441. Renate says:

    I posted the Green Grocery Bag Challenge on my blog. You guys are great for doing this!

  442. Holly U says:

    Looove the robot backpack!

  443. Jenny says:

    loving those monster softies as well!

  444. Alisa says:

    thanks for some neat ideas!

  445. Morgan says:

    hehe I think my preschooler is a little TOO young for these things. I can only picture destruction. πŸ™‚

  446. Cortney says:

    Great gift ideas! I love the monsters and the trinket bags!

  447. Patty says:

    Another day with fabulous ideas….

  448. Carolyn says:

    Every child should have a monster doll!!

  449. kate says:

    I love the monster dolls , so cool….

  450. Tawny Bee says:

    Awww… my little people would love those stuffed monsters. I’ll have to be sure to check them out for Christmas present ideas πŸ™‚

  451. Jenn says:

    I love the little monster dolls!

  452. Lynne says:

    I love the jumper! It’s on my (very long) to do list. Thanks!

  453. Amanda says:

    My son would love a trinket keeper… or twelve!

  454. Karen Compton says:

    Sure would love to win the quilt book. After years of sewing clothing and other small projects, I’m dying to make my baby a quilt for her toddler bed (when we get there).

  455. Kristin says:

    I already had that paper city saved to print, but I think it’s the cutest thing ever!

  456. Mary says:

    Would love to win one of these books.

  457. Heather Smith says:

    I know some grown up people that would like some of those gifts too!

  458. Anne Marie says:

    Great projects!!

  459. Michelle says:

    Monster looks so cool to make! Thanks!

  460. Cry says:

    I love the paper city. So cute!

  461. Chris says:

    I have a few preschoolers to make some gifts for! thanks for all the wonderful ideas.

  462. Colleen says:

    Lots of great ideas. Love the jumper and the trinket bags!

  463. Ashleigh Elson says:

    Wow! You guys are at it again – thanks for all the great tips… I especially love the monsters!

  464. Megan says:

    Oh, some of these things remind me of what my grandmother used to make me when I was a child. Great post!

  465. Tara says:

    I love the pettiskirt, I need to get brave and try the tutorial.

  466. Cara says:

    I suspect I am going to be making some monster dolls for some friends of mine who may be too old for preschool, but never really left it in their minds. Thanks!

  467. Dacia says:

    My daughter was sitting next to me when I was looking at this and as soon as she saw the petiskirt, she was in love!

  468. Em says:

    Love those monster dolls. So cute. I’m planning on a animal pillow with pajama pocket for the preschooler in my life. I saw it at a quilt shop and the mouth is a zipper that goes across the pillow. I wonder if there’s something similar online … (off to check).

  469. Kimberly L says:

    The cherished quilts book looks so great! I may need to make some of the projects from the tutorials for my toddler this year! Thank you so much for posting them! I love the idea of the green grocery bag project!

  470. Penny says:

    Ooo..I love these books too!

  471. Jennifer says:

    Love the jumper so cute! The trinket keepers is also a great idea! Thanks for sharing

  472. Shannon says:

    Those trinket keepers are perfect. If I still taught PreK, I’d make them for my whole class! So sweet!

  473. katia says:

    The pettiskirt has just been added to my list for my little one! Thanks again!

  474. Mary Jo says:

    This is just backwards! I look at the project and then try to find someone I can make it for.
    So far I will be busy until the holidays next year.:)

  475. Christina says:

    My nieces are going to love, love, LOVE the pettiskirt! Thank you!

  476. I like the little printable city!

  477. Mirza says:

    Some great stuff. Love the trinket keeper and the paper city. How fun is this stuff!

  478. Karen says:

    Love the Paper Doll Primer… brings back so many memories. Also the trinket keeper- although at that age those need to be gigantic size lol!

  479. Becky says:

    Those monster dolls are the cutest!

  480. GailM says:

    I love the Monster dolls. How cute and a great craft for any time of the year.

  481. Louisa says:

    I love that paper city!

  482. Larissa says:

    Christmas countdown contintues…thanks for the super ideas!! Just need to get sewin’. πŸ™‚

  483. Thanks for the ideas

  484. Terri says:

    Monster Dolls look like so much fun!!! Love the books–great selection!!!

  485. sarahj says:

    Oooh lots more great tutorials…. there are not enough hours in the day!

  486. Deb Cameron says:

    Loving those backpacks, loving handmade holidays!

  487. Mama Gwen says:

    How cute are these Monster Dolls! And the pettiskirt and jumper! Just love them! Thank you for all these wonderful gift ideas πŸ™‚

  488. Andreia says:

    Thanks you for today’s giveaway. I’m trying my chance to win:)

  489. Debbie says:

    That book, Christmas with the mousekins is to die for! Love it!

  490. Kimberly says:

    What great ideas for the little ones. I will be printing out the paper city to amuse the kids while away for Thanksgiving.

  491. Papgena says:

    Those monster dolls are really fun!!!

  492. Natalie says:

    Oooh how brilliant! With 2 preschool children I can see me making all of these! Thank you fit such amazing tutorials πŸ™‚

  493. Sara says:

    oh my, I adore the “Make it’s” just all of them but what I really want to make is the adorable owl apron that the girl holding the artbox is wearing.

  494. Shira says:

    oh i loved the jumper πŸ™‚

  495. Rebmara says:

    Those trinket keepers look great, now to find a place to buy the grommets

  496. Amy says:

    I really need a grommet setter. Those trinket keepers are wonderful.

  497. Love!!! Lurve lurve the monster dolls! so cute!

  498. Tracy says:

    Yes please. I would love to win any of these gorgeous books.

  499. Ellen L says:

    Loving the Paper doll primer πŸ™‚ might just have to get me a copy πŸ™‚

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