Welcome back for the second day of our 10th Annual Handmade Holidays series! Today, we have an awesome assortment of gifts to make for frequent flyers! And, don’t forget to check out the giveaway at the end!
Flat Iron Case
Let a flat iron or curling iron travel in style with this insulated case designed by Sherri of Rebecca Mae Designs.
Help the traveler in your life get a good night’s sleep while on the road with this sleep mask designed by Tilly of Tilly and the Buttons.
Make luggage stand out in the crowd with these unique tags designed by Soubelles
Your favorite traveller will make the journey in style with a custom made passport case designed by Morgan of Brambleton Threads.
Shoe and Lingerie Travel Bag Set
This shoe and lingerie bag set (designed by Alicia for Sew 4 Home) is sure to make living out of a suitcase much more enjoyable.
Round Travel Bag
This travel bag (designed by Jeannette for Sew Mama Sew) is a fun shape and has lots of compartments to keep toiletries organized when traveling.
Little Artist Backpack
Make this Little Artist Backpack (designed by Svetlana for Sew Mama Sew) for the mini jet-setter in your life! The bag has pockets to hold crayons or markers, drawing paper, and coloring books.
Easy Make-Up Clutch
The Easy Make-Up Clutch (designed by Marni for Sew Mama Sew) is perfect for sticking in a purse or travel bag!
“Goin to Camp” Duffel
The “Goin to Camp” Duffel (designed by Deanna for Sew Mama Sew) is the perfect size for an overnight or weekend trip.
Contact Lens Case
This contact lens case (designed by Georgia for Sew Mama Sew) will help keep all the essentials organized while away from home.
Travel Sewing Kit
Finish that WIP while traveling and sew on the go with this travel sewing kit (designed by Ashley for Sew Mama Sew)!
Scrappy Stripe Tablet Bag
This tablet bag (designed by Sara for Sew Mama Sew) is a great beginner project and an excellent way to use up some of your favorite scraps.
Related tutorials you might enjoy: the “You Can Take It With You” Embroidery Project Bag, tiny travel sewing case, travel wallet, the Happy Travels Wallet, the Crochet on the Go Bag
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Author: Amy Herzog
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
When knitting superstar Amy Herzog gets complimented on her hand-knit sweaters, the compliments are often followed by “but I could never knit that.” Now, you can! You Can Knit That is a clear, simple reference book and pattern collection that gives knitters the sweater-making confidence they need. Whether you’re knitting a sweater for the first time or seeking to expand your skills to knit sweaters in styles you’ve never tried before, this essential guide starts with basic sweater know-how and moves into instructions for knitting six must-have sweater styles—vests, all-in-one construction, drop shoulders, raglans, yokes, and set-in sleeves. Each chapter offers a less-intimidating “mini” sweater sized for a child and a selection of adult women’s patterns in 12 sizes—24 sweater patterns in all, each building on the next, to ensure success with even the most complicated sweaters.
Check out our 2015 Handmade Holidays list for more fun, creative ideas.
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