family member their own unique BAG. That’s right, not a stocking, a full-on
bag! We’ve got that much loot that a stocking just doesn’t cut it!
when I started sewing. I even talked about them during my chat with Stephanie
on the Modern Sewciety Podcast 😉
Can you say obsessed?!
ultimate stocking stuffers for quilters.
stocking stuffers is where it’s AT. And have I got the list for you!
quilty eye candy I’m about to share with you!!
unexpected but isn’t that the fun of stocking stuffers, after all?!
all my basting needs.
quilter out there that doesn’t have batting pieces laying around. Help them use
up every last piece with this nifty tape!
planning any quilt colourway super easy!
stash nice and organized, so you can see what you have to play with!
quilty goodies are going to be right up your alley:
haven’t heard the news, the founders at Thread Heaven have decided to retire,
so our favourite thread conditioner has sadly been discontinued. Thankfully,
Robot Mom Sews has been working on her thread gloss for quite awhile now, and
it comes it ALL kinds of different scents (e.g. lavender, pink grapefruit and even holiday ones
like winter berry)!!
If that’s not enough, they’re also available in different shapes and sizes – my
favourite is the hexagon bee.
Needle Minders from Tink In Stitches (aka Cheri of Tinkerellen)
– Cheri offers some of the cutest fussy cut needle minders out there. If you’ve
ever lost or dropped a needle while working on a hand project, then you know
how awesome these cute little needle minders can be. She has an array of adorable
ones to choose from, including this pretty Les Fleurs by Rifle Paper & Co.
been bitten by the EPP (English Paper Piecing) bug – they’re everywhere at the
moment! And with good reason. These little templates are so fun to play with and
you can create such amazing crisp shapes. Tales of Cloth have a great
array of paper templates to choose from.
These “Girl Power” hexie templates by Tierney Barden are awesome for adding a little encouragement during the EPP journey.
and these little glue pens make quick work of the basting process. Definitely
them organized super handy, especially EPP projects.
Clover needles are
my fave. And they work perfectly with Perl Cotton Thread in size 8 (check this post for a full list of pearl cotton thread resources). These balls of thread are not
only a joy to look at, but they add some amazing colour and texture to any
an ideal gift for any quilter who is into foundation paper piecing. You can
certainly get away with ironing your seams, but the heat and steam can distort
the seams and ruin your paper. This takes those worries out of the equation AND
it means taking their project to a sew-in day (where irons are at a premium) a
cutest pin cushions.
Keep an eye on her Instagram account for the next selection for sale.
enjoyable with these lovely scented sprays? I love the Figue scent. But what I love even
more is how effective it is at helping me get stubborn wrinkles out – all
without starch and being environmentally friendly!
straight line quilting, I still wear these puppies. They make holding onto the quilt
moving your quilt top that much easier. A definite for any domestic free motion
Between the thread snippings and batting fluff, having a good stock of lint rollers on hand is a must. Here is my go-to.
Scissors are a quilter’s best friend. Having several pairs
is definitely a good idea – one for next to the sewing machine, one at the ironing
board, one in the travel kit – you get the idea 😉 These,
these and these are sure to do the
quilter is to have the colours bleed on a finished quilt.
I’ve been using my stash of binder clips for
my binding. Quilters often want to spend their money on fabric, so these
would make for a fun and practical stocking stuffer!
when attending sew-in days with your guild or workshops 😊
jazz up the sewing room with a lovely work of art from My Bricole? Deedrie’s beautiful
wooden pin cushions have been on my wish list for awhile now.
Gallery Fabrics just launched their new Color Master series. Every box is
unique and includes ½ yard cuts randomly selected prints from their fabric
collections. You know my love for coral so, naturally, I’m drawn to this
Coraline edition 😉
Whew, that’s one long list! And to think I could have gone on!
shopping! Plus, all of these items are available online, so you can shop from
the comfort of your home without having to venture out in the cold snowy weather!!
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