It’s a great time to planning ahead for holiday gift giving. Do you need some great ideas for stocking stuffers that can be sewn or quilted? Perhaps you need some ideas for the holiday guild swap or some quick and easy things to make and give to co-workers? We rounded up 10 quilted and sewn stocking stuffers.
1. Colorful Coasters
A set of these colorful coasters made from a layer cake or charm pack would delight many on your gift list. Pre-cuts make it easy for you to mix and match prints. Fusible interfacing makes these coasters as functional as they are adorable.
2. Fabric Scrap Wristlets
This tutorial walks you through the steps to make these adorable wristlets that can be used for mini make up cases, receipts, coupons and a myriad of other uses. I love ideas for busting my fabric stash!
3. Shabby Tree Ornaments
We found these adorable tree ornaments on Pinterest. There is no tutorial for them, but they could easily be made with burlap scraps, cinnamon sticks and poly-fil fiber.
4. Balsam Sachets
5. Quilted Pot Holders
We love how Quilted Expressions made these super cool potholders and placed a colorful spatula and recipe card inside the pocket. So clever. Their step by step photo tutorial will have you whipping up a batch of these in no time.
6. Emergency Pouch
We found this pin but couldn’t locate the tutorial. But they are so inspirational! Make them from fabric scraps and add a dangling stuffed heart to make the most adorable bookmarks.
8. Pattern Weights
Here is a fun little project you can use your serger for. These pattern weights won’t break the bank. Grab a bag of rice and some fabric scraps and make them in sets of three or four to give away or keep.
9. Sewn Play Food
When I spotted these cute tea bags, it made me think of how popular sewn play food is for little ones. What little girl would not want to present these to her dolls at her next tea party?
10. Animal Thread Holders
Although they were not sewn or quilted, we couldn’t resist including these in our list of 10 quilted and sewn stocking stuffers. Akiwannis created these from kraft paper, sharpies and watercolor paints. What a cute way to store threads!
Live Life Creatively,