10th Annual Handmade Holidays 2016 Master List

on December 1 | in Handmade Holidays, Sewing Tutorials + Patterns | by | with 10 Comments

Thank you for visiting Handmade Holidays every day, and for getting us all in the holiday spirit with your kind comments and enthusiasm. Here are all of our 10th Annual Handmade Holidays links. Bookmark this page and stay prepared for a new year full of projects!

We’d like to thank all of our fabulous curators for spending a huge amount of time and energy finding delightful things for us to make. It takes more time than you might think to track down a cohesive, inspiring list and to get permission to post an image; this is a commitment to artists and designers we strongly believe in here at Sew Mama Sew, and we appreciate our curators’ extra efforts to be sure everyone has proper attribution and credit. Please click over to our curators’ sites and stay for a visit!:

Wendy Robbins from My French Twist, Sarah Ruiz from Saroy, Nancy Ziemann at nancyzieman.com/blog, Jilly Hollmann from Jilly, Patty Dudek from Elm Street Quilts, Natalie Santini from HungryHippie Sews, Beth Clifton from Off Kilter Quilter, Bernie from Needle & Foot, Fiona Duggan from Celtic Thistle Stitches, Mary Claire from The SumMary, Mariah McPherson and Annie Hudnut from Red Rabbit Mercantile, Indira from Dharmakarmaarts, Lisa from Pink Hollybush Designs, Aimee Leptick from The Little Bird Designs, Kim Andersson from I ADORE PATTERN, Lisa from Pink Hollybush Designs, Julie Cefalu from The Crafty Quilter, Sara from Now Try This, and Sarah E. White from Our Daily Craft.

We also want to thank our generous sponsors for giving Handmade Holidays a little extra sparkle with the chance to win books, fabric, notions, patterns and more. We appreciate these companies, and we hope the series giveaways gave you lots of ideas for things to add to your own wish list. Thank you to C&T Publishing (Stash Books), STC Craft (Harry N. Abrams), F+W (Fons & Porter), Nancy Ziemann, and Lucky Spool Media.


Nov. 1: Gifts for Students


Nov. 2: Gifts for Travelers


Nov. 3: Gifts for Four-Legged Friends


Nov. 4: Gifts for Playtime


Nov. 5: Stitched and Sewn Stocking Stuffers


Nov. 6: Gifts for Geeks


Nov. 7: Gifts for Babies and New Parents


Nov. 8: Fast Projects for the Holidays


Nov. 9: Heirloom Gifts


Nov. 10: Gifts for Book Lovers


Nov. 11: Quick and Easy Gifts


Nov. 12: Gifts for the Entertainer


Nov. 13: Gifts for the Cook


Nov. 14: Table Runners


Nov. 15: Easy to Ship Gifts


Nov. 16: Gifts for the Girl Boss


Nov. 17: Gifts for the Dapper Gentleman


Nov. 18: Scrap Busters


Nov. 19: Gifts for Artists


Nov. 20: Lacey Christmas


Nov. 21: Bags to Make and Give


Nov. 22: Gifts for Design Lovers


Nov. 23: Wonderful Wreaths


Nov. 24: Gifts for Fitness Lovers


Nov. 25: Gifts for Crafters


Nov. 26: Luxe Gifts


Nov. 27: Sweet Softies


Nov. 28: Upcycled Gifts


Nov. 29: Totally Tropical Gifts


Nov. 30: Handmade Christmas Ornaments

We respect the copyright of all crafters. All photos are used with permission from the artist.

Check out our previous Handmade Holidays Master Lists for more fun, creative ideas: 2015, 20142013201220112010, 2009, 2008, 2007.

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10 Responses to 10th Annual Handmade Holidays 2016 Master List

  1. Jacqueline in Canada says:

    Hi There!

    Woo-Hoo! I won a prize! It’s the book I really, really wanted(Mountain Mist quilts) and I am just so happy!
    Thanks so much!

    Quilty Huggs!

  2. Claudia says:

    This year there were really great project ideas. Thank you for carrying on the tradition.

  3. lee says:

    Thank you for all the inspiring and wonderful ideas!!

  4. Chris says:

    Thanks for all the ideas! I appreciate all the research and work that went into this!

  5. Gweneth says:

    I love this series, thank you thank you!

  6. Jayne says:

    Thanks for this wonderful series! So much talent. So much fun!

  7. usairdoll says:

    I always look forward to Handmade Holidays every year. Can’t wait
    to find lots of great projects!

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

  8. Amy in IL says:

    Love the gingerbread house felt ornament. I need to. Real out my felt and see if I can make one.

  9. Kristin says:

    Thanks so much for all the work put into this series, I’ve enjoyed it for many years now!

  10. jackie in indiana says:

    another great year if fantastic makes, thank you so much 🙂

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