4 Free Sewing Gift Ideas and Projects

Dec 14, 2012

 I am really excited to share our newest eBook: Sewing Gifts for Every Season: 4 Free Sewing Gift Ideas and Projects. It's just in time for the holiday season!

Coming from a big family, I am always looking for great baby gifts and handmade gift wraps to make, especially during the holiday season, and these projects definitely fit the bill, offering some of both.

Reversible Gift Bags


Cathredral Window Blocks

  Baby Wrap Jacket

      Monogrammed Fabric
               
Gift Tags

The Reversible Gifts Bags by Stitch Assistant Editor Rosemarie DeBoer will put your gifts in a gift! You can showcase two festive fabrics in this quick and easy project. Fully lined, these bags are as lovely on the outside as the inside. Pretty ribbon ties add the final holiday touch.

The Cathedral Window Blocks by Eunny Jang are soft baby blocks that explore traditional cathedral window handquilting in three dimensions. A great way to use up your favorite scraps and finished by hand, they're a labor of love just right for a special baby.

The Baby Wrap Jacket by Katie Himmelberg is a fleece kimono-inspired jacket that will keep any baby warm and stylish this winter. Quick to sew, it has a simple contrast binding and a Velcro closure to make it easy to get on and off your little one.

The Monogrammed Fabric Gift Tags will personalize a present with a handmade fabric gift tag customized with a monogrammed letter. Use decorative stitching, applique, ribbons, and more to embellish the tags for a custom look.

Each one of the projects will lend a handmade, loving touch to your giving. I hope you enjoy Sewing Gifts for Every Season and making these gift and gift wrap projects as much as I know the recipient will enjoy receiving them.

Happy stitching!

Amber

Editor, Stitch and SewDaily.com

 


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Dixxie wrote
on Dec 14, 2012 10:36 AM

Thanks for the great gift ideas!  Absolutely love the Cathedral Window blocks but think I'll do them with novelty prints in the centers so they can be Eye Spy blocks as well, or maybe I'll use letters.  I can see lots of possibilities for a learning tool here...