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15 Christmas Gifts to Sew that People Will Actually Love

Yes, it is not yet even Halloween and I’m talking Christmas… but hear me out.  If you’re looking to make some Christmas gifts this year then you want to give yourself plenty of time to make them without stressing yourself out.  So today I am sharing 15 Christmas Gifts to Sew that people are actually going to want to get this gifts to sew

Now, clearly not everyone would love every gift on this list so you’ll have to think about your intended recipient and what he or she would really love but hopefully this list will give you a couple of good ideas for each person on your list.

Christmas Gifts to Sew

[ONE] Infinity Scarf

This is a super simple one to sew up quickly and I have made several of these as gifts.  Pick out a fabric with colors that you think the recipient will like and I’m sure they will love it!

christmas gifts to sew

[TWO] Easy Peasy Potholders

My easy peasy potholder tutorial has been shared over 76,000 times on Pinterest because it really is super easy to make.  I originally made these for my granny and so it’s a project that is special to me and one of my favorite Christmas gifts to gifts to sew

[THREE] Fabric Basket

We all love storage and I think that this would actually make a great base for a gift that you could fill with a few other gifts like some fun bath soaps and bath bombs or fun kitchen accessories, gifts to sew

[FOUR] Heating Pads

These are so nice for those little aches and pains, especially in the gifts to sew

[FIVE] Poncho

This poncho is great because you don’t have to worry having specific measurements of your recipient as it’s one size fits a lot of poncho

[SIX] Fleece Earwarmer Headbands

These are a nice, warm cozy gift for winter.fleece earwarmer headband pattern and tutorial

[SEVEN]Canvas Tote

I think that a personalized tote made in fabrics that you know someone would loved and filled with some books would be a great Christmas canvas tote

[EIGHT] Skillet Handle Potholder

If you are gifting someone a cast iron skillet then this would make a cute little add-on to your present.skillet handle potholder

[NINE] Cozy Cowl

Another easy accessory to sew would be this big cowl scarf.cozy cowl

[TEN] Oven Mitt

Heading back into the kitchen I think that an oven mitt and some nice kitchen utensils wrapped up with a ribbon would make a cute gift for the bakers in your life.oven mitt pattern and tutorial

[ELEVEN] Coasters

These coasters are very easy and quick to sew up.  I think if you’re gifting someone a mug then it would be really neat to gift a set of these along with coasters

[TWELVE] Zipper Pouch

Zipper pouches are useful for so many things!  You can gift one for someone to use a pencil pouch stuffed with some colored pencils and a fun coloring book or a makeup bag with some fun holiday colors.zipper pouch tutorial

[THIRTEEN] No Sew Fleece Throw

Ok, so this one doesn’t require any sewing… but I wanted to include it because it’s such a great gift that’s crazy easy to make.  Pick a fun fabric that means something to your recipient and they will love sew fleece blanket

[FOURTEEN] Cloth Napkins

You can make a set of cloth napkins in no time at all.cloth napkin tutorial

[FIFTEEN] Drink Cozies

I think a set of personalized drink cozies with a few of your recipient’s favorite drinks would be a fun gift.insulated drink cover

So now you have 15 ideas for Christmas gifts to sew.  Let me know if you make any of them or if you have more ideas of Christmas gifts to sew then share them in the comments below.

15 christmas gifts to sew


Thursday 1st of November 2018

All of these are great ideas! It’s never too early to come up with ideas for Christmas


Thursday 1st of November 2018

Right? You totally need time to make gifts and you don't want to be making them at the eleventh hour like I have before.

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