Get ready to be thanked, appreciated, admired, and hugged. Because when you sew gifts for others, gratitude is their return gift to you!
If you like to sew gifts but sometimes wonder what to make for someone special—or if you’ve never sewn gifts before but would like to start—let the new book Sew Many Gifts become your go-to gift guide. It’s packed with treasures to treat those you love. And because you love to sew, you treat yourself too!
Gift ideas are sorted into categories, making it a cinch to find a unique handmade gift for most anyone on your gift list throughout the year. The designer roster is an impressive one too, including Amy Smart, Gail Pan, Amy Struckmeyer, Sarah Bisel, and Natalie Barnes. These popular Martingale authors can’t wait to inspire you!
Take a peek at just one gift idea from each chapter of Sew Many Gifts—visit this link to see every gift idea in the book.
Gifts to Wear
A sweet kitchen set is perfect for a foodie, a bride, or a new home owner—and you can easily make it in a weekend or less.
Gifts for the Home
This pretty pillow relies on fusible appliqué and a straight stitch around raw edges. Construction’s as easy as smelling spring flowers!
Gifts for Sewing Pals
The French word “biscornu” means quirky (in the best way!), making Biscornu the perfect name for this uniquely shaped pincushion.
Gifts for Those on the Go
Imagine sewing this Glam on the Go travel case to give to someone special, along with special jewelry tucked inside!
Who’s next on your gift list: a family member, a friend, a sewing buddy . . . yourself? Tell us in the comments
and you could win a copy of the Sew Many Gifts eBook. We’ll choose a winner one week from today and let you know by email if you win. Good luck!
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Thanks to all who entered the drawing! The winner is Danette, who says:
“My next gift is just a small can coozie for my hubby. He never asks for anything so I’m glad to make it. Very easy, too. Thank you.”
Danette, we’ll email you about your prize. Congratulations!