Sewing is a popular craft, and it can take many forms, so there are plenty of gifts that you can get for people who love sewing.
I asked the Artisan Shopping Directory members to give me some ideas about things they would buy for someone who loves sewing, or who wants to learn how to sew, and these are their suggestions, along with some that I found in their shops.
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Carrie, owner of More Love Mama, suggests FABRIC, which is obvious to me since I’m a fabric hoarder. You can see the different patterns that she offers here in her shop on Etsy: More Love Mama
Anne, owner of French Vintage Prints, suggested a little room decor in the form of fashion and craft prints. Check out her selection here: French Vintage Prints
Cindy, owner of The Scrapologist, suggests some vintage fabrics, which can be used for quilting or as unique embellishments for clothing or home decor projects. See her shop here: The Scrapologist
Kelley, owner of Quilting and Beyond, has some patterns and quilt builder tools that will help you design a personalized pattern. See those items here: Quilting and Beyond
Nancy, owner of Palmetto Engraving, suggests a personalized ornament. It can also be ordered without the personalization, take a look here: Palmetto Engraving
Carrie also owns Kat And Lou Fabric, which specializes in fun prints for kids (chosen by her daughters.) You can see that fabric here: Kat And Lou
More fabric can be found at Destashable Me, owned by Jacquie. Check those designs out here: Destashable Me
Lisa of Spangler Stitchin’ Station also has fabric in her shop. You can see that here: Stitchin’ Station
Brenda owns Threadymade NYC, and has a fun concept. She sells kits that have pre-smocked pieces for people who want to sew the finished products but who want a ready-made kit. You can see her products here: Threadymade NYC
Amy, owner of Country Charm USA, has fabric, quilt books, and these cute applique sets in her shop. You can see them all here: Country Charm USA
Vickie owns Sew Many Quilty Things and sells gifts for people who sew things of all varieties. You can check out her shop here: Sew Many Quilty Things
Karina owns Creative Dog Mom and has fabrics and patterns for dog lovers: Creative Dog Mom
Tracey Lipman is a long time Etsy seller where she sells her handmade purses and wallets. She has recently introduced a new line of pdf sewing patterns. Tracey has two variations of her popular pocket aprons in her Etsy shop.
These are the perfect gift for teachers and servers. They are also a great way to organize and store you cash and other market essentials for those of you who sell at fairs.
She also has a great family travel wallet sewing pattern so you can find what you need when you want it from check in to take off.
Keep an eye on her shop, I hear she will be adding more patterns over the next few months
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