Handmade Holidays Nov. 12: Educational Gifts for Kids

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Mallory Hill has a big round-up of educational gifts for kids, from babies through elementary-aged children. Everyone can sew, play and learn this holiday season!

Each day in our 9th Annual Handmade Holidays series we include a list of related Sew Mama Sew tutorials you might enjoy! Today’s picks: Squirrel Jigsaw Puzzle Pattern + Tutorial, Airplane Tray Activity Center, Little Helper Apron, Toddler Activity Mat

Today’s Guest Curator: Mallory Hill

Mallory Hill has been sewing since she was young but didn’t pick it up seriously until she was out of college, when she first started working in the fabric and sewing industry. Her passion grew as she continued to work for various textile companies in the following decade. She hopes to re-open her Etsy shop soon, and she has started a new malloryhill.com blog after taking a few years off. Mallory has two daughters and is currently re-locating back to her home state of Ohio.

Find more from Mallory at malloryhill.com, Instagram (@malloryhill1), Pinterest and Etsy.

Make It

Fabric Baby Blocks
Babies love anything soft they can grab and hold onto. These squishy Love to Color My World Fabric Baby Blocks are perfect for their little hands to hold. As they get older they will love to put blocks in and out of the adorable box, and it will keep the play room neat and tidy too!

Patchwork Play Ball
The possibilities are endless with this fun project, and you can pick any color or theme that you want. The While She Naps Patchwork Play Ball is a great, safe toy that will also look nice in the nursery.

Color Wheel Matching Game
This Color Wheel Matching Game from Craftaholics Anonymous will keep a toddler busy and they will learn a variety of skills– colors, matching and it’s also great practice in hand-eye coordination. It’s a win-win, and another beautiful toy to give.

Travel Memory Game
This Travel Memory Game from the Kids Activities Blog is perfect for traveling, but it would be great to have at home. It is easy and fun to personalize this with a child’s favorite colors, shapes, characters and anything else you can imagine.

Kid Apron
The Kid Apron from Mermag Blog is an adorable gift that would go great with cooking lessons, a recipe book or a fun baking mix to use later on. The possibilities for customizing this gift are endless, and it is for girls and boys.

Number Lacing Card
This Number Lacing Card from Carrots are Orange is a Valentine’s activity, but it’s versatile and it would be easy to convert to a holiday activity using a christmas tree, dreidel, star or any other holiday or family theme. This could be a fun evening activity to keep little hands busy before or after the family meal, and it would make an adorable place setting at the kids table too!

Constellation Sewing Cards
The Kids Activities Blog has Constellation Sewing Cards, a fun hand-sewing activity for older kids perfect for the budding astronomer in your life. There are a few options to print; you could make a little kit with needles, yarn and a book about constellations for the perfect gift.

Travel Sewing Kit
It is an amazing gift to teach young ones the skill of sewing. They will be able to use this skill for the rest of their lives! This Travel Sewing Kit from Ashley Lotecki for Sew Mama Sew is a great starter kit that can be personalized to fit the recipient perfectly. Wrap it up with a few yards of fabric to start building their stash, and you will inspire the next generation of sewists.

Gumball Game
This cute Gumball Game from Farah Wolfe, author of Sew and Play: Handmade Games for Kids for Sew Mama Sew, helps players build many different skills. The game has different options for play and it is great for girls and boys. It’s also easy to add to the set for additional players.

Mix It

PB + J Crescents
A quick, easy and kid friendly meal option around the holidays is just what everyone looks for over the next few weeks. Get the kids involved in the kitchen with this twist on an old classic. PB + J Crescents from Mess for Less would also be great to take to holiday potlucks and parties.

Jello Candy Melts
Smart School House no-bake, colorful Jello Candy Melts look like the perfect gift for neighbors and party hosts. A simple list of ingredients and minimal prep make these a great recipe for kids to cook too.

Healthy Gummy Bears
With all the cookies and candy around the holidays it’s nice to have a healthy snack option for the kids. Pick a holiday shape and let the kids help prepare their own Healthy Gummy Bears from The Skinny Fork.

Print It

Play Dough Mats
Printable Play Dough Mats from Picklebums are the perfect way to keep kids busy while you are wrapping presents and baking holiday cookies. These would also be great as a gift wrapped up with a few tubs of Play-Doh.

Thank You Cards
Gratitude is an important lesson, especially around the holidays when kids can be distracted by all of their new gifts. Let kids color pictures or write a short note to thank friends and family for gifts and time spent together over the holidays with these Thank You Cards from Elise Blaha.

Win It

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Sew Fantasy Toys: 10 Sewing Patterns for Magical Creatures from Dragons to Mermaids

(US addresses with valid street address, no PO boxes please.)

Author: Melly McNeice
Publisher: David & Charles

Gorgeous new collection of huggable creatures from fabulous toy designer Melly McNeice. Mums and grannies alike will love the designs for fantasy creatures including scary monsters and mystical unicorns, which will capture their imaginations as much as their children.

Sewers will adore the bright, modern fabrics Melly uses for her colorful designs and won’t be able to resist the simple but effective patterns that are fun and easy to sew. They will love making the pretty mermaid for their daughter to cuddle up with at bedtime, or the friendly dragon who will protect them while they sleep…

There are 10 creatures in this collection so you can choose your favorite from a friendly monster, brave dragon, pretty mermaid, marching robot and a mysterious unicorn amongst others, or you can make them all and create your own fantasy world of cuddly toys – sure to make very special keepsakes in years to come.

All the patterns have easy to follow step by step instructions, quirky photography and full sized templates.

We Love to Craft Christmas: Fun Stuff for Kids 17 Handmade Fabric & Paper Projects

(US-only, digital copy for international winners.)

Author: Annabel Wrigley
Publisher: C&T Publishing / FunStitch Studio

Get your crafty kid in the holiday spirit by giving the definitive guide to creating stylish, handmade gifts. Seventeen modern projects of varying skills levels run the gamut from pillows and barrettes to wreaths and ornaments, made using only paper or fabric. Your crafter will learn how to choose the best materials for each project, and the book’s tips and tricks will make each project easier and more fun.

Love at First Stitch: Demystifying Dressmaking

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Author: Tilly Walnes
Publisher: Roost Books

Fancy making your own clothes but have no idea where to start? Tired of overwhelming sewing manuals and frumpy projects? Love at First Stitch offers a refreshing approach to dressmaking for modern makers, taking you from the basics of threading your sewing machine through creating gorgeous garments that you’ll love to wear. Let Tilly Walnes inspire you with her jargon-busting tutorials, down-to-earth attitude, and adorable dressmaking style, showing you that making your own clothes is so much more enjoyable than buying them.

Tilly Walnes demystifies dressmaking for the generations that have never been taught to sew. Written for novice stitchers by the author of the popular sewing blog Tilly and the Buttons, this book presents the sewing basics in an informal style, with Tilly’s friendly and encouraging voice cheering the reader on throughout. Instead of overwhelming the novice dressmaker with theory, this book is about learning by doing. Each chapter presents practical tips and inspiration to guide you through creating a made-to-measure garment from one of the seven versatile and adaptable patterns included with the book, which can then be personalized to suit your individual style. Peppered throughout the book are Tilly’s top sewing tips, including everything from what to look out for when buying–or borrowing–your first sewing machine, to how to behave in a fabric shop so that you appear like an expert, to techniques for pressing perfection.

Check out our 2014 Handmade Holidays list for more fun, creative ideas.

Here are 2015 gift ideas:

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188 Responses to Handmade Holidays Nov. 12: Educational Gifts for Kids

  1. Deidre in Canada! says:

    Love the Constellation sewing cards! Thanks for the chance to win!

  2. Donna in Tx says:

    I can use several of these ideas to finish up Christmas 🙂

  3. Judi in AR says:

    Gummy Bears! Yea!

  4. This is another one of those posts that I’m going to have to look at every idea in more detail. Wow, what a great collection!!!
    Natalie in MD

  5. Teresa @Aurea's Kitchen says:

    I need to make the patchwork play ball.

  6. Aimee in IN says:

    I have a box of finished “anytime” gifts that needs replenishing after Christmas every year. New babies, birthdays, etc. often don’t line up with when I can make time to craft, and I raid my box for holiday gifts when it inevitably becomes clear that my projects are taking longer than I planned. All of these quick baby gifts are on my to-do list now.

  7. Christine in CA says:

    Everything is so cute….Especially the gum ball game!

  8. Amanda in TX says:

    Fun ideas! I love them all, especially the constellation sewing cards! 🙂

  9. Judi B in VA says:

    Everything about this post is on par for my girls! Love that color wheel.

  10. Jennifer W in SC says:

    The constellation sewing cards are really cool

  11. Laurie in CO says:

    These recipes are very intriguing. Thanks for the list!

  12. Heather says:

    Great ideas and I love the recipes, never tried making gummy bears but I will now!

  13. I’d love a copy of Love at First Stitch!!

  14. Emily K says:

    Love the sewing cards!

  15. Annie says:

    Love the ball! I make a fabric beach ball as my go-to baby shower gift. I’ll have to try this fabric ball to see if I like it better!

  16. Cary in VA says:

    The play dough mats look great!

  17. Stephanie says:

    Those croissants look awesome.

  18. Jeni in IN says:

    So much goodness here.

  19. Danette says:

    Thank you for the chance to win!

  20. Stephanie says:

    Love this list!

  21. Judith Martinez says:

    I love the color wheel game and the play ball.

  22. Amy in IL says:

    Love the lacing cards. Always wanted to make them.

  23. Kathryn in VA says:

    These are great links.

  24. Linda L. says:

    Love the blocks!

  25. Pat Upton says:

    I love the play ball and the travel sewing kit! Great ideas!

  26. Katie K says:

    Pardon me while I run off to make that color wheel!

  27. Courtney lyons says:

    Wow, I love the blocks and color wheel. Off to check out the healthy gummy bear recipe – thanks!

  28. Beth in WA says:

    That little ball looks fun to make and I think I will sew one up for a new baby coming into the world! Thank you for all the wonderful ideas!

  29. Ashley in IL says:

    Great ideas! Thanks for the inspiration! Color wheel is definitely on my to-do list.

  30. Ashley says:

    Great ideas! thanks for the inspiration!

  31. Hope in MA says:

    Love all of today’s list! My favorite is the gumball machines. They’re cute on their own; paired with the game ideas, they look like tons of fun!

  32. DebbieKL in NY says:

    The travel memory game is a great idea!

  33. Deanne says:

    Really like the apron. Would be great for my granddaughter.

  34. Melanie C in WA says:

    Wow! I love all of these ideas: the play ball, sewing kit, car memory game!

  35. Tessa in Canada says:

    The travel game looks fun, we are travelling on the train a lot and needing to entertain the kids.

  36. Kati M says:

    I love those rainbow thank you cards.

  37. Monique says:

    That little ball might be just what I need for a gift this xmas. thanks so much~

  38. Donel in IA says:

    Thanks for sharing all these great ideas. I really like the look of the travel sewing case.

  39. Amanda at APO says:

    So many cute ideas! I especially love the constellation cards.

  40. Martha in WA says:

    I love the sewing kit! And the sewing cards.

  41. Jessie says:

    Omg, I need that sew fantasy book!

  42. Lydia in WA says:

    New baby will be getting a patchwork play ball.

  43. Robin in Maryland says:

    That travel sewing kit is great!

  44. Alana in WA says:

    Such a great idea to make toys!

  45. Jim M in NC says:

    I know some adults that would like the patchwork play ball 🙂

  46. Shannon In WA says:

    So many delights. I’ll be reading into the gumball game and pinning the jello candies.

  47. Cindy S. in Michigan says:

    Lots of great ideas here. I especially like the blocks and ball for babies.

  48. Anna (64ColorBox) in FL says:

    I either need to take off work from Thanksgiving to December or just plan to use these ideas for gifts for next year. Such great ideas.

  49. Rachel in IL says:

    The constellation sewing cards are a really neat idea!

  50. Kristie in WA says:

    The face really makes the apron. It’s adorable.

  51. Amanda B. says:

    I had started the patchwork play ball a while ago. This reminds me I need to finally finish it. I will most likely make the gummy bears first :).

  52. kim t. says:

    there are some fun things here!

  53. kathyh in OR says:

    Fun ideas to make.

  54. Mandi in MO says:

    The patchwork play ball is adorable. I must make one!

  55. Vicki (from UK) says:

    Oh No – too few weeks left until Christmas not likely to get these all sewn!!

  56. Beth in VA says:

    Great list – love sewing for the little ones!

  57. christina in vt says:

    playdoh mats– brilliant!

  58. Charlotte in Ga says:

    Wonderful Ideas for year round gifts!

  59. Eryn says:

    Super cute for all the babies coming into my life this year! (All due in April….. )

  60. Eleanor in NC says:

    Definitely making some of these for my preschool classroom!

  61. ybat in CA says:

    I would love to try the PB and J crescents.

  62. That patchwork ball is fantastic!

  63. kelly says:

    Love the play ball.

  64. Barb B in BC says:

    Lovely thank you cards. Thanks for sharing all these great ideas

  65. Megan in VA says:

    Love these ideas. I see me making lots of gifts next year since we’ll be on an island.

  66. Jenna in MA says:

    Love these ideas!

  67. Angela from NC says:

    Great ideas for Christmas gifts. Would like to win any of them.

  68. Jamie says:

    Ha! Love those healthy gummy bears!

  69. beth p says:

    Color wheel matching game is so cute! Great idea.

  70. Jenny L in MD says:

    What great ideas! Thanks.

  71. Stacy S. says:

    The color wheel is fantastic!

  72. Morgan in NY says:

    Fabulous ideas for kid sewing — thank you!

  73. Shannon in TX says:

    My sewing list just got longer. Thanks for the ideas!

  74. Laur Macdonald says:

    I can’t wait to try some of these ideas. I’m so glad I saw this on Instagram – I’m going to make the travel sewing kits for my hockey playing nieces for those down times when their electric stuff loses their charge! Some of the constellation sewing cards just for fun, too! Thanks for doing this.

  75. Molly Martin OR says:

    The color wheel is so cute and what a fun idea for sweet littles. The travel games and sewing kit are always useful to have tucked away for trips to the Grands house!

  76. Harley Rast Williams says:

    these are great ideas!

    Harley in AL

  77. jayne TN says:

    How cute are all these?! I kind of love everyone of them!!

  78. Shawna from NJ says:

    Love today’s theme and all the different project ideas. Thank you for the link to the play dough printables!

  79. Renea at Iowa says:

    I am really excited about the books in this giveaway and I found a few projects that I really want to make. Thanks!!

  80. Michelle Smith in Michigan says:

    I love the sewing kit!

    Michelle in Michigan

  81. Kim in MD says:

    What fun choices!

  82. Brenna Jacobs says:

    Oh Thank You so much for including Thank You notecards! Nothing makes me more pleased than receiving a Thank You from someone after I spent a lot of hard work producing a gift for them. People now a days claim that it is too old fashioned and that they don’t have the time! I say nonsense! If someone spends their time making/purchasing a gift for you or your child it is sooo necessary! Perhaps if people like you continue to spread the word about Thank You cards they will start being used in force again!

  83. Christi says:

    Reading your blog makes me so glad I am a crafter!

  84. Audrey in PA says:

    We live in an area with some of the darkest skies in the north east. Our toddler has a growing interest in astronomy. The constellation cards and the paper telescope will be great projects for us!

  85. Wonderful list today! 🙂

  86. Cristine in tx says:

    I know a little boy who would love a felt gum ball machine, or any of these for that matter.

  87. Marilyn says:

    I love the gummy bear recipe

  88. cynthia says:

    I’m so glad I stumbled back over here.
    Dallas, TX

  89. Elise in GA says:

    Perfect for my toddler!

  90. Kayla says:

    Great ideas!

  91. Becca says:

    I need to make some of those cute constellation lacing cards!

  92. Garilyn in Ohio says:

    Fun tutorials and recipes!

  93. I just returned Sew Fantasy Toys to my tiny local library. Glad to see some really amazing books come through our small town in Australia. (I live bi-continental.) I am totally digging Tilly’s sewing tutorials on her site and hope to create something similar for hand sewists someday. She’s got it covered beautifully for machine sewists. Gorgeous presentation as well. Lovely projects above. Thanks!

  94. Delia in VA says:

    Oh! Healthy gummy bears! I want to try these.

  95. Stephanie Daniel says:

    I am about to be a great aunt so these are wonderful items. thanks from Arkansas

  96. gillian in OR says:

    best day yet of ideas. I might make a bunch of aprons for all my toddler friends.

  97. Melissa Meinhard says:

    Those constellation cards are amazing! My kid is already clamoring for them

  98. Sandy Ross in WA says:

    The blocks or ball would be great additions to a baby gift.

  99. I so adore the Patchwork Play Ball.

  100. Brie says:

    Great ideas today! Love the needle book.

  101. Elena from CA says:

    Awww…I have a baby cousin who would love the soft blocks or ball.

  102. Terri NJ says:

    love the blocks and the sewing constellation cards so sweet

  103. Love that colour wheel matching game!

  104. Sandy in Ohio says:

    I love the constellation sewing cards.

  105. Lee in MI says:

    I am going to try making the homemade gummies!

  106. Brenda in NE says:

    What a great batch of suggestions. Only one comment — wish there were more for older kids as well as the younglings. Great ideas, tho, and am curious about the recipes (;/). Kids should love ’em.

  107. Dawn from Indiana says:

    I love the travel sewing kit.

  108. Patti says:

    Such fun patterns and recipes! Thanks!

  109. Janelle Thietje-Dunn says:

    Seriously, I need to get off the computer and get sewing.

  110. Joan says:

    Cute ideas! Love the thank you cards!

  111. Sue says:

    The healthy gummy bears sound interesting.

  112. jane says:

    Would love to make some of these for my new grandson!

  113. Marian from Georgia says:

    So many fun things to do!

  114. Julie says:

    I so love that apron! Can personalize it for each kid!!!

  115. Lisa says:

    thank you for this very fun post. there are at least 3 ideas I will make for gifts. We Love to Craft looks like an excellent resource. thanks for the opportunity.

  116. Allison C says:

    I need to make one of those patchwork balls. So cute!

  117. jmj in IN says:

    more great ideas, thank-you!!!

  118. karen in CA USA says:

    What goodies today! I really want to make some baby balls. And gummy bears!

  119. Sarah in co says:

    So many cute ideas!

  120. Christine says:

    I hate gummy bears, but my kids love them… need to try the healthy ones!

  121. Audrey says:

    Some really great ideas. Thanks!

  122. Nikkee in wa says:

    Love the thank you cards and the astronomy lace up!

  123. Deanna says:

    I am so impressed by this great selection–the sewing kit and baby blocks are my favorites.

  124. Whitner in AL says:

    I love those thank you notes! Thank you for making them available!

  125. Angie in LA says:

    So many of these would make great gifts anytime of the year – thanks!

  126. Angela in KY says:

    These are great! I like the travel memory game the best. And the candies at the bottom look delicious!

  127. Cathie says:

    Just love the sewing cards

  128. Anne Marie says:

    Wow these are such great projects – thanks.

  129. Ramona from MI says:

    Love these fun games and toys.

  130. Ginger in MD says:

    Beautiful thank you cards to print!

  131. Kathy h says:

    Great ideas for when my grandkids visit.

  132. Theresa in OK says:

    love the travel sewing kit

  133. Rhonda in PA says:

    So cute! Love the gumball game!

  134. Elisabeth in UT says:

    My kids would love that travel memory game!

  135. Mary Ann in SC says:

    The baby blocks are precious.

  136. Tina in NJ says:

    My kids are a bit old for these toys (toys to the = electronics), but the blocks and ball would be great for a shower.

  137. Andrea S. says:

    The gumball game is soooo cute! Thanks for sharing!

  138. Cinnamon in OR says:

    The constellation cards are such a great idea, and I REALLY appreciate the healthy gummys recipe. Thank you!

  139. Barbara says:

    Love the travel sewing kit: what a wonderful idea (not only for kids!)

  140. Vicki in Texas says:

    Great ideas! I’ve made similar fabric blocks before and they were a a big hit!

  141. Too bad I don’t have any small children to gift to this year. Maybe I’ll make those constellation stitching cards for myself!

  142. Heidi in SD says:

    All great ideas!

  143. Emily from MT says:

    Ooh what a great group of kid stuff!

  144. Kate in MO says:

    That gumball game is adorable!

  145. Ashlyn in Colorado says:

    I love the baby blocks! So cute and could easily be personalized with each letter of the baby’s name on them.

  146. Shannon P says:

    I love the color wheel matching game, my daughter would love that! PS I live in Colorado.

  147. Jane says:

    I love the idea of making children’s toys and that they add value to a child’s life. Thank you

  148. Rachel B says:

    Love the color matching and the healthy gummies. Great finds.

  149. L in NJ says:

    I am trying to start garment sewing, and would love to try Love at First Stitch!

  150. Janis Wakeley says:

    Looking forward to making some constellation cards and jello candy melts!

  151. Amber in CA says:

    These are great ideas! I love the constellation sewing card idea!

  152. Charlotte from MI says:

    Oh my, I didn’t realize how hungry I was until I saw those PB & J crescent rolls! Such great ideas, though!

  153. Sharee in OH says:

    I love the baby blocks and ball!

  154. Julie From Utah says:

    There are so many things on here that I know my little boys would love! They’ve been asking for aprons for a while now; that color matching wheel is perfect for my preschooler; and my oldest would love those constellation sewing cards. Thanks for the round up!

  155. FRe2bfree says:

    The Constellation Sewing Cards are delightful! What a cute idea.

  156. Kellie Warren says:

    So thankful for those that come up with these great ideas for me to make for my grandbabies! Kellie in Oklahoma 🙂

  157. Sarah J. in OH says:

    Just in time for a baby gift that has me stumped (something small and easy to pack)– I’ll be working up one of those patchwork balls! Thanks!

  158. sangeetha says:

    Nice roundup – definitely want to try a few with my kiddos

  159. Grace says:

    Great ideas – I love the patchwork ball. And that Tilly book! Come to me, Tilly book!

  160. Alexis in UT says:

    Very interested in the gum ball game. Off to check it out. Thanks.

  161. Tonia Jeffery in Oregon says:

    My nephews would have so much fun with those playdough mats.

  162. Laura in Oh says:

    Fantastic ideas for the kids. The constellation sewing cards are awesome. We love our space!

  163. Lindsay in Iowa says:

    These are all such cute ideas! I think I might have to make the color matching game!

  164. Thank you for the great list! I am going to make those blocks for my baby nephew!

  165. Cindi in GA says:

    Love the kid apron! Cute

  166. I’m thrilled to see a list of educational gifts! Such a fabulous list!!

  167. TS in MA says:

    I would love to make/eat those Jello Candy Melts right now!

  168. Perfect! I’ve been looking for ideas for things to make my daughter and nieces and nephew for Christmas.

  169. Kate says:

    What a great lineup of prizes!!

  170. Nupur in GA says:

    Adorable ideas! The constellation sewing cards are my favorite.

  171. Elizabeth says:

    Love the color matching game! I might have to make it for my little sister.

  172. Jennifer in CA says:

    More fun ideas. As always, thanks for sharing.

  173. jessicac says:

    The constellation sewing cards are such a great idea!

  174. Nicole says:

    I am going to try the constellation cards with my grade 6 students.
    Nicole, Alberta, Canada

  175. Bobby Powell says:

    I love all of these! My nieces would too. Thanks for the ideas.

  176. Whitney in ME says:

    Some great ideas!

  177. Marya in NJ says:

    The homemade gummy bears are a great idea!

  178. Carmen says:

    These are all such brilliant gift ideas — thank you! I’ll throw my hat into the drawing for the Fabric Shoppe gift cert or Love at First Stitch. Thanks!

  179. Ginger in NJ says:

    Oh, I LOVED those lacing cards when I was a little girl. Maybe that helped spark my love of sewing at an early age!

  180. fenna says:

    LOVE the astronomy sewing cards! May have to whip a kit up for my oldest!

  181. Cassie in MO says:

    These are all great ideas. They would also work well for a baby shower.

  182. Bunny says:

    I’m loving this series of handmade gifts. Today, I love the patchwork ball. I’ve got some fabrics set away to make my grandson an eye-spy (I spy??) quilt but am thinking of using some of them to make the patchwork ball so he’ll have an I Spy patchwork ball for Christmas!

  183. Tammy in MI says:

    Those gummy candies look great!

  184. Heather in VA says:

    My daughter loves gumball machines! That gumball game is too cute.

  185. SS in NH says:

    I love those soft blocks!

  186. Great ideas here! I especially love the travel sewing kit for my daughters!

  187. Jessie Hansen says:

    Wow, she even got the mix-its and printables to fit the theme! This is a good list today!

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