Handmade gift ideas for friends that love to sew

    Posted by  ·  November 21, 2009

    A pincushion for the wrist from the Long Thread


    Fabric Covered Tape Measure from Craftpalooza via Whip Up

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    Shrinky Dink Pins from Wee Wonderfuls

    From Heather Baily the Square Deal Pincushion


    Anna Maria Horner’s Wild Flower Pincushion


    Sewing Machine Cover from Chez Larrson


    A custom cover for a pair of scissors from Wild Olive


    Felt Needle Book by Kayte Terry from CraftStylish


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    1. Sunday, November 22nd, 2009
      I recently bought a little bag that looks like it would come from this group. It has a weighted rectangular pincushion on one side, & a little bag for thread clippings, etc., on the other. Made to fit on/over the arm of the couch as i'm doing hand sewing. I love it! So convenient.
    2. Sunday, November 22nd, 2009
      I really want to learn to sew. Actually, I just posted about this desire over on my blog and put a link to your site and the fabric notebook covers. I love all of your crafty ideas. Thanks for sharing! :)
    3. Sunday, November 22nd, 2009
      when will you be announcing the vintage pearl giveaway winner?! i'm so excited!
    4. Saturday, November 21st, 2009
      Great Ideas! Love all the colors, so cheery!
    5. Saturday, November 21st, 2009
      Do you have a link for the square pin cushion?
    6. Saturday, November 21st, 2009
      I love your inspiring Christmas gifts for sewing friends!
    7. Saturday, November 21st, 2009
      I love to sew once in a blue moon and I would love everyone of these gifts.

      I made a wrist pin cushion last year and I love it.

      Here is a link to what I made:

    8. Saturday, November 21st, 2009
      I am going to make that darling little wild flower for my friend that sews...thanks so much for the link! Kim
    9. Saturday, November 21st, 2009
      I'm half tempted to go shopping for myself....look at all that cuteness! I love the flower pincushions and the shrinky dink pins. How clever!