Looking for a gift for your friend who loves to sew? Then this list of 24 items to gift a sewer is the right one for you!
I also have a list of 35 beginner sewing tools that would make great gifts as well.
And if you are looking for a great BEGINNER SEWING MACHINE click here!
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GIFT GUIDE FOR SEWERS (24 ITEMS!):
This sewing tool helps turn items right side out which is very helpful when turning tight projects around!
Use this handy sewing tool to keep your ruler steady and keep your fingers away from that sharp rotary blade.
3. WALKING FOOT
If you are a quilter then a walking foot is very important!
It will help pull the top layer of fabric through the sewing machine at the same rate as the feed dogs pulling the lower layers on through.
Make sure you purchase the correct one for your sewing machine!
This is a helpful foot to have if you are often sewing a quarter inch seam. It makes it easy to follow along beside the foot for a straight stitch.
Sewing is only a small portion of creating something out of fabric. The true hero is the Iron! For a good quality work horse of an iron check out the Oliso line of Irons…Yes they have a LINE of Irons!!
6. WIFI PLUG
This can be connected to an app on your phone. So if you leave the house and panic because you think you may have left your iron on, no worries! You can happily turn off the power to your plug just by using your phone.
For Quilters a wool pressing mat is a must. It holds the quilted squares in place while they get ironed which stops any stretching that could occur during this process.
8. SEWING GUAGE
This is a cheap and small sewing tool that I end up using in ALLLLL my sewing projects. This would make any sewer happy!
Pressing quarter inch seams in place before sewing them can become a pain, these rulers help keep your fingers free and clear of that iron!
This little tools helps pull elastic through tight casings. A very handy tool!
11. BEST PRESS
The BEST starch on the market for those who sew!
Use this magic in a bottle to stop your red fabric from bleeding into your white!
13. FRAY CHECK
This little bottle will help stop any fraying from button holes or hand tied knots.
14. TAYLORS HAM
The Ham and Roll both serve the same process. They help you iron odd areas within your projects. Places like darts and curves.
This is a helpful holder for the taylors ham to help the ironing process.
20. HEM GUIDE CLIPS
These clips can help you make sure your hem lines stay at the same measurement the entire way through.
21. NECK LIGHT
If you are like me and enjoy crafting in the evenings while watching tv, then you will LOVE this neck light! It will help you be able to see what you are doing!
I listen to audible while sewing and it is my fav way to multitask!
If you are curious, they HAVE A FREE TRIAL where you get a free book 😉 And if you love Harry Potter those audible books are SO GOOD!!!! I highly recommend them.
SEWING INSPIRATION VIA SUBSCRIPTION BOXES:
This box is fun because as a beginner sewer you may not know what to start with. This box sends you monthly projects along with everything you would need to sew the project together (minus thread and the sewing machine of course).
This box I love because they send you coordinating fabrics as well as a small quilt pattern to use the fabrics for if you want to learn to quilt.
HOPE THIS GIFT GUIDE FOR SEWERS HELPED YOU FIND THE RIGHT GIFT TO GIVE!
If you found this Gift Guide for Sewers helpful but want more ideas, then I suggest checking out my list of sewing supplies for beginners!
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