Spoil your sewist with these fun and unique stocking stuffers! Sewing is so much more fun when you are organized! Most of these are items I’ve either used or own. I’ve thought ahead and came up with a list of useful sewing-related gifts that will definitely be loved and appreciated! Stocking stuffers are smaller gifts that tend to be secondary to the main gifts. Here is a roundup of my 10 favorite stocking stuffers. They can be purchased on Amazon.
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This little tool is really helpful as it keeps your fingers away from the iron when turning up small hems. Super easy to use, super convenient – pressing even hems has never been easier!!
This wand is awesome! How many times have you dropped a pin when sewing and you can’t find it? No worries with this wand anymore. I simply glide my wand over the floor or carpet & up comes the pin sticking to the wand! Stylish design and powerful magnet for pins, needles, tacks, paper clips, nails.
Pen style Chaco liners fine point permits accurate drawing of both straight lines and free hand curves. The fine point makes lines and marks more visible and is easy to use with a straight edge ruler. . Tipped with a rolling wheel, these fabric markers lay down a thin, line of powder to guide your cutting, sewing, or whatever. The mark has more staying power than a pounce pad, but yet easily dusts away when you are ready to get rid of it. Because the tip and wheel are so narrow, this marker can be easily used to make a straight line right next to a ruler or in the longer, thin cut-outs of a marking stencil–for example to put in a quilting border pattern. The silver color is great for both very dark and very light solid fabrics. For mid-tones and prints, I recommend getting a contrasting color–I plan to get one of each color so I’m ready for anything!
It’s comfortable to hold and works smoothly. Rounded design fits comfortably in your hand. Lessens stress on those with arthritis or carpal tunnel. Can be used to remove seams, stitches, and to open buttonholes.
These are adorable! I ordered them for myBFF for Christmas (she loves sewing and crafting) and I cannot wait to give them to her. They are quite small, but this is good – they won’t look tacky and oversized. They also came in a nifty black velvet pouch with a drawstring. Seriously, these are a charming and precious gift for anyone who likes to sew. They’re basically a charm bracelet for your ears.
These are wonderful in all the different sizes great for making bias especially great in sewing and quilting. Fairly inexpensive, easy to store, and simple to use. Making your own bias tape not only saves money but it makes a project look more professional.
The Bobbin saver neatly organizes all of your sewing machine bobbins. This molded rubber organizer holds metal or plastic small or large bobbins. It holds over twenty bobbins and keeps the thread from unwinding. Bobbin Saver holds any and all bobbins – small or large, metal or plastic – and their threads won’t tangle or unwind. Can see the colors of the thread easily; no digging around for the right one.
A water-soluble basting adhesive. For temporary basting and positioning. This makes an awkward task when you have a very small piece of fabric you need to fold over and then sew much easier. Pressing alone sometimes won’t quite do it.
A clear crisp starch. Makes ironing a little more enjoyable. Contains a soil guard and wrinkle resister. Best Press is quite the best ironing product I’ve ever used, It makes the old and tired look new again , doesn’t flake or build up on the iron, You can use on dark colors without the usual spray starch problems. I was so happy with the small bottle I ordered another gallon! You won’t be disappointed.
Nice fine pins don’t snag as you pin the pattern to the fabric. They don’t catch on even fine silk. They are long enough to stay where you put them. They are fine enough not to do any damage. They pick up easily with a magnet. And best of all, the heads are glass and they will not melt.
What about you? Any sewing-related gifts you’re hoping for this year? Are you giving sewing gifts to someone else? If so, share!