Our 7th Annual Handmade Holidays comes to a close today! Thank you for your enthusiasm for the series. Thank you to all of our guest curators for making Handmade Holidays fresh and fun this year: Beth from plum and june, Melissa from Melly Sews, Julie from Our Chez Nous, Hayley from Welcome to the Mouse House, Emma from For My Little Monster, Angela from AngelaB.me, Sherri from Rebecca Mae Designs, A Blue Sky Kind of Life, Amy from Dragonfly Fabrics, Victoria from Little Black Duck, Theresa from A Little Bird Made Me, Melissa from a happy stitch, Mo Bedell,
Tonya from The Crafty Mummy, Meryl from My Bit of Earth, Melissa from Happy Quilting, Teresa from Dandelion Drift, Jess and Donna from Bloomerie Fabrics, Jennifer from Ellison Lane, Amy Barickman from Indygo Junction, Brenda from Pink Castle Fabrics + Just a Bit Frayed, Elisa from Charming Doodle, Jess from Quilty Habit, Abby Glassenberg from While She Naps, Kimberly Jolly from Fat Quarter Shop, Laura from Behind the Hedgerow, Anna from Hoot’n Haller, Allegory from A Thousand Needles and Carolina from Always Expect Moore + 30 Minute Crafts.

We had lots of people contact us with tutorials perfect for creating a Handmade Holiday season but we complete just about all of the planning for the series in October. We thought it be great to have one day full of all of these fantastic tutorials from the Sew Mama Sew community in one place though, so today’s the day. If you have a tutorial or recipe you think would be great for a Handmade Holidays gift on your site that you created and posted within the last 15 months (from August 2012 forward), add it below!

– Must be posted from August 2012 through November 2013.
– Must be good for gift-giving.
– Use a photo for the link that shows the item.
– Write the tutorial name in the Name/Description field (i.e. Infinity Scarf, Toffee, etc.) and use the direct URL for the post.

Thank you! Happy Handmade Holidays!

Make It

Don't miss our Handmade Holidays photo pool, and check out our 2012 Handmade Holidays list for more fabulous ideas. Here are our 2013 themes:

November 29: Wrap it Up
November 28: Last-Minute Gift Ideas
November 27: Gifts Kids Can Make
November 26: One Gift for All
November 25: Fast Christmas Decorations
November 24: Toys for Kids
November 23: Ornaments
November 22: Deck the Halls
November 21: Stockings + Tree Skirts
November 20: Gifts for College Kids
November 19: Gifts for Men
November 18: Gifts for People Who Sew
November 17: Accessories
November 16: Gifts for Grandparents
November 15: Holiday Fun
November 14: Repurposed/Upcycled Gifts
November 13: Gifts for Book Lovers
November 12: Gifts for Girlfriends
November 11: Gifts for Boys
November 10: Eco-Friendly Gifts
November 9: Advent Calendars
November 8: Gifts for Make-Believe
November 7: Gifts for Travelers
November 6: Gifts for Geeks
November 5: Gifts for Babies + Toddlers
November 4: Holiday Party Clothes + Accessories
November 3: Gifts for Cooks
November 2: Gifts for Gadget Lovers
November 1: Gifts for Tweens