My Top 10 Handmade Gift Ideas to Sew

Handmade Gift Ideas

Looking for some great handmade gift ideas to sew? Wanting something quick and easy, but also useful and more importantly liked by the recipient? Look no further, these are my Top 10 Handmade Gift Ideas to make this Christmas that are tried and tested.

Handmade Gift Ideas

I also have some super fun little Handmade Christmas Gift Tags available as a free download. More details a little further down.

Handmade Gift Ideas

You might like to pick a couple of items off this list to turn your gift into a cute little set. Here I have the Double Oven Mitt, a Tea Towel Scarf, and a spatula and cookie cutter I picked up from Dollar Tree.

TOP 10 HANDMADE GIFT IDEAS TO SEW

Phone Pillow Holder

PHONE PILLOW HOLDER

These Phone Pillow Holders are super handy to prop your phone on so you are hands-free.

They make the perfect gift for anyone, and would be cute in a computer game fabric for a teenage boy.

Free tutorial found HERE.

Tea Towel Scarf

TEA TOWEL SCARF

The Tea Towel Scarf has been a very popular tutorial, they are economical to make and super handy.

They would make an ideal gift for a host or if you were looking for something to make a bunch of friends.

Free tutorial found HERE.

Double Oven Mitt

DOUBLE OVEN MIT

I love my Double Oven Mit and anyone would be thrilled to receive one.

Pair with the Tea Towel Scarf for a nice set.

Free tutorial found HERE.

Pocket Tissue Holder

TISSUE HOLDER

This is a super quick and affordable project to make since you only need small amounts of fabric and a pack of travel tissues.

They are perfect to make when you need to make a lot of gifts, perhaps for a group, you belong to. You could also add soap and tie with a bow for a little extra.

Free tutorial found HERE.

Handmade Gift Ideas

VINYL ZIPPER POUCH

I love these Vinyl Zipper Pouches, they are perfect to put anything in!

Change the color of the zip depending on who you are making it for and fill it with goodies.

Free tutorial found HERE.

Fabric Book Cover

FABRIC BOOK COVER

These Fabric Book Covers are a lovely idea for anyone who loves to journal or just write notes.

Perfect for kids and adults a like, personalize with fun fabric you know the recipient would love.

Free tutorial found HERE.

Handmade Gift Ideas

QUILTED BOWL COZY

My 14-year-old son absolutely loves Quilted Bowl Cozies, I haven’t met anyone that doesn’t think they are a neat idea. Use to keep hands safe from hot or cold food. Perfect for anyone that eats food – lol!

Free tutorial found HERE.

Fabric Bookmark

FABRIC BOOKMARK

These little Fabric Bookmarks are another cost-effective gift idea and a great option for a book lover young or old.

Personalize by using fabric the recipient will love.

Free tutorial found HERE.

Snap Pouch

SNAP POUCH

Everyone loves a little Snap Pouch, they are just so handy!

Make them in a fun fabric you know the recipient will love and pop a few treats inside.

Free tutorial found HERE.

Handmade Gift Ideas

REVERSIBLE FABRIC BOX

Theses Reversible Fabric Boxes are perfect as a gift themselves, or make them to put even more handmade goodies inside!

Free tutorial found HERE.

FUN HANDMADE CHRISTMAS GIFT TAGS

I have created some fun (and a little cheeky) Gift Tags for you. You can download your FREE SAMPLE HERE.

Plus for a nominal fee, I have a full set of my Fun Handmade Christmas Gift Tags available in my ETSY STORE, which includes 8 different designs HERE.

Handmade Gift Ideas

Please watch my video on my Top 10 Handmade Gifts to Sew:


See more fun sewing ideas and projects for Christmas over HERE.

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Handmade Gift Ideas

Thanks so much for joining me! Please leave a comment and let me know how you go, or if you have any questions.

Stacey x

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One thought on “My Top 10 Handmade Gift Ideas to Sew

  1. Patti Taylor says:

    I am so blessed to have found this resource. Thank you Stacey for such great tutorials, your teaching style makes quilting fun and easy.

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