Sunday, 1 December 2013

30+ Easy to Sew Gifts...

30+ easy to SEW gifts for a Handmade Christmas ~ Threading My Way


Looking for ideas to sew your own gifts for the festive season? Our ongoing, themed, sewing link parties are a great place to start looking.

Last night I went back to the beginnings of some of our link parties here on Threading My Way. That's almost two years worth of ideas!!!


Today I'm showcasing just a few of the fabulous ideas I found. (well...re-found. There's so many ideas, I can't retain them all in my head.). Most are quick, easy to sew and would make inexpensive gifts.


Keyring Pouch Tutorial by Fay, from Monkey Makes Three


You've Got Mail Pouch by Alisa, from A Stitch In Between


Half Circle Zippered Pouch ~ Tutorial & Pattern by Lula Louise, from Lula Louise


Zip Lipped Fish Pouch ~ Tutorial by Linda, from Lindapendate Dreams


Matryoshka Ornament + Key Cover ~ Tutorial & Pattern by Tanya, from Craft Couture by T.C.


Fabric Gift Pouch ~ Tutorial by Lisa, from A Spoonful of Sugar


Mini Coin Purse ~ Tutorial by Tanya, from Craft Couture by T. C.


Cell Phone Case ~ Tutorial by Marisa, from Passion et Couture


Blue Jean Camera Case ~ Tutorial by Gina, from Gina's Craft Corner


iPad 3 Cover ~ Tutorial, from Being Inspired


Mobile Phone Case ~ Tutorial by Jenya, from While she was sleeping


Ear Phone Cat ~ Tutorial, from Home of the Red Monster


Stacked Flower Headband ~ Tutorial by Amanda, from The Little Giggler


Fabric Headband ~ Tutorial by Christie, from Joyfoolery


Fabric Flower Headband ~ Tutorial by Irina, from Sew and the City


Mr Chef Little Boy's Apron ~ Tutorial by Anshu, from Blooms and Bugs


Christmas Apron ~ Tutorial & Pattern by Hannah, from Made With Hugs and Kisses for So Sew Easy


Kids' Aprons from Kitchen Towels by Haley, from Ever Never Again


Peg Apron ~ Tutorial by Christie, from Joyfoolery


Crazy Quilt Clothespin Bag ~ Tutorial by Marisa, from Passion et Couture


Quilted Sewing Machine Cover ~ Tutorial by Ros, from Sew Delicious


Scrappy Pincushion ~ Tutorial by Missy Shay, from Missy's Homemaking Adventures


Sewing Case ~ Tutorial by Juliet, from Tartankiwi




Jam Jar Pincushion ~ Tutorial by Amy, from (Amy's) Crafty Shenanigans


Nautical Cushion ~ Tutorial by Fiona, from Celtic Thistle Stitches


Quilted Pillow Cushion with Hidden Zipper ~ Tutorial by Chrissie, from Made by ChrissieD


Quilted Placemats ~ Tutorial by Julie, from The Crafty Quilter


Big Daddy's XL Oven Mitt ~ Tutorial by Kristy, from Hopeful Threads


Jeans Pocket Potholders ~ Tutorial by Jill, from Creating My Way to Success


Holiday Mug Rug ~ Tutorial by Julie, from The Crafty Quilter

30+ fabulous ideas for a handmade Christmas. For more ideas and inspiration, visit Threading YOUR Way with Threading My Way 

All of our link parties are ONGOING and will remain open indefinitely. You can add links to any party at any time

... Pam


13 comments:

  1. Weee!!! I'm on the list XD These are great ideas!!

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  2. Great collection of projects Pam, thanks for featuring my cushion too :)

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  3. Awesome list - and thank you for including my jam jar! And I am definitely going to sew the keyring pouch!

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  4. Wow"
    What a wonderful list of wonderful things.
    Thank you so much.
    I am visiting your blog for the first time and love it,so am following in all ways I can.
    I hope that you have a fantastic day and week ahead.
    Love and best wishes.
    Anne

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  5. What great ideas!! Can you believe today is the first day of December? Wow! I better get busy! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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  6. Great list! I'm going kind of light on the homemade gifts this year. My others lists are still really long :)

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  7. Oh, Pam!!! You are so awesome!!! What a great list! Thanks so much for including me!!! I'm honored!!

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  8. Thank you for including my tutorial! I love the list!

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  9. I put this post everywhere Pam!! Your archives and link parties are like a mini Pinterest:)

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  10. Pam, thank you for having brought us all these beautiful projects. I appreciate so much that you have added to this list some of my projects. It is sure that I'll come to visit you often, we can find here so many beautiful tutorials!!! Thanks for taking the time to put them here! I will share this post with my google page. Thanks again:)
    Marisa from http://passionetcouture.blogspot.ca/

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  11. I've made that tartankiwi zipper pouch (it's small, but really adorable) - and I recently bought the pattern for a very similar fish zipper bag (the one I got is for a shark rather than a fish). I'm working on toddler aprons now for gifts - that tea towel apron intrigues me so I'll have a peek to see what they've done - that would make a fun project (and wouldn't need to be lined!) :D

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  12. Love all the different 'pouch' ideas. That fish one is funny and perfect for a guy who likes to fish. Thanks for sharing and linking up to Tips and Tricks.

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