Is your family looking for a gift or stocking stuffer idea for you? I put together a list of ten different gems that would make great stocking stuffers! There's a good blend of useful cute, and downright beautiful items I can see being welcome in any quilters sewing room.
Maybe, just point them to this list and circle an item or two :) I’m sure they would appreciate the direction. Links to each item are provided to make shopping a snap.
The cutest way to store your prepared binding for when you are ready to finish that quilt!
Another great gift presentation in this cute tin box. Plus you’ll stay organized this way:)
Aren’t these beautiful? A special gift for the quilter who already has it all.
Keep all your projects organized and write notes about each one, like needle position or fabric info. This way, if you take a break on a certain project you can pick up right where you left off.
Fun enough for quilters, but artsy enough for everyone else! I love these and think they make beautiful notes even if you are not a quilter.
Do you have a favorite quilting tool already? Well, you might like a forever keepsake version.
I prefer a little bigger wool mat, but this would fit in a stocking ;) And, if you haven’t used a wool pressing mat yet, you will love how your pressing turns out with these!
8. My favorite rotary cutter… the Quick Change cutter by OLFA
There’s no confusion in changing your blade with this cutter! It is the absolute best.
If you press with a dry iron and want super crisp seams, you have to give the tailors clapper a try.
10. Magic Pins
Super sharp, easy to grip, and heat resistant! Win, win, win in the quilting world.
Make as a stocking embellishment Or you could make these cuties as tree ornaments.
Oh and one last thing... A gift certificate , who wouldn't want a Gift Certificate from yours truly :) I have those, just in case someone needs to know!
Do you have a favorite item that would make a great stocking stuffer? Feel free to share a link in the comments. I'm sure we would all benefit from new ideas!
Happy Sunday everyone,
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