I had such fun putting together the Maisilene Gift Guide, that I decided to make one for the Sara Parker Textiles blog, with a focus on sewing.
These gift ideas could be for a skilled sewist, or a beginner just getting their feet wet. I hope it gives you some different ideas and inspiration to spark a little creativity in someone's life.
(By the way- these are not affiliate links, I just like to give shout-outs to my friends!)
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Who doesn't love buttons? A handmade ceramic button from Fish Museum and Circus would make a sweet gift.
With so many patterns and colors to choose from, The Small Circle's organic cotton bias binding is a great gift for quilters and garment sewists!
Adorable mini scissors from Brooklyn Haberdashery are great for on-the-go stitching projects.
Every sewist needs at least two or three of these Clover Chaco Liner Chalk Pens.
A pretty journal for sewing plans and ideas!
Kits and Patterns
The Modern Japanese Rice Pouch by KZ Stevens utilizes scrap fabrics to make a uniquely yours pouch or tote.
The Dogwood Apron by Helen's Closet would be perfect for a sewist in her workroom.
This free needlebook tutorial by Ann Wood can make a sweet gift to sew up for a friend.
A Dropcloth Sampler by Rebecca Ringquist would make a fun gift to a friend who enjoys stitching.
An issue or subscription to Quiltfolk, a keepsake quarterly.
Modern, simple, and comfortable sewing patterns from Japanese brand Nani Iro.
Lotta Jansdotter's Everyday Style is inspiring and filled with easy-to-wear projects.
I think everyone who wears clothing or buys fabric should read this book! It's an inspiring read with lots of great ideas on sustainability.
Illustrated zines by the sisters of The Far Woods.
What better way for a support a sewist than letting them choose what they love! Here are some ideas:
Blackbird Fabrics - Beautifully stocked online fabric store with both digital and snail mail gift certificates.
Stone Mountain Daughter Fabrics - West coast fabric store with loads of options.
A cute lapel pin by Justine Gilbuena.
A top-of-the-line thermos to keep tea from getting cold in the sewing room.
A lovely art print for the sewing room by Heartell Press.
Alpaca fingerless gloves to keep those hands toasty!
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