15 Easy Sew Gift Ideas That’ll Make People Say “You MADE That!”
If you’re looking for easy sew gift ideas we’ve got you covered. From baby showers to hostess gifts and of course birthdays and Christmas there is a gift here for everyone on your list!
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Coming up with gift ideas for the people we love most can be so difficult because sometimes it seems that they already have everything they could want.
That’s why today I’m sharing some unique ideas for easy sew gift ideas that are sure to delight everyone on your list, whether they’re celebrating a birthday or hoping for something nice for Christmas.
There are projects here that would be perfect for book lovers, entertainers, bakers, brown bag lunchers, and those who are passionate about protecting the environment.
And they’re all easy to sew so they’re perfect even for a beginner. And you’ll get a real sense of pride when they open it up and say I LOVE it… and you MADE it for me?
This farmhouse, pinafore apron is made out of linen with leather as straps. It is easy to make and perfect for a beginner sewist. It would make a thoughtful hostess gift, or a present for someone who loves to cook or bake.
Rice warmers make such wonderful gifts because they are a great addition to anyone's self care routine. But they're also especially useful as a gift for someone with diabetes since it lets them stay cosy without heating them up so much that their blood sugar drops too low.
This round fabric basket is easy to sew and makes the perfect planter for a friend who loves to bring the outdoors in. Or you could make them with baby friendly fabric as a baby shower gift because they'd be great for storing diapers, books, toys and other essentials in the nursery!
Here's a great gift idea for someone who brown bags their lunch for work or school. These zero waste reusable sandwich wraps are a whole lot cuter than ziplocks or saran wrap and better for the environment too!
These drawstring bags are so practical for anything you can think of: diy treasure pouches, bags to store tiny items, school pouches for art accessories (like those crayons that never stay in the original box? Or sharpies scattered all around the school bag?) they are also perfect for storing produce from the garden (or the store) You could even make some up using calico to use as bread bags!
If you have a book lover on your gift list this cute quilted style bookmark is the perfect easy sew gift. Be sure to slip a gift card or two into those little pockets so that she can treat herself to some more books and a coffee or three!
If you've got a cute top in your "don't wear it anymore stash" which you can't bear to part with because you love the pattern too much now is the time to upcycle it into a cute turban style headband as a gift for a friend, or as a gift for yourself!
Oh and let's squeeze in one more easy sew gift for a book lover! What a clever idea this pillow is with a pocket for storing their latest read. This would make a wonderful gift for a child who is heading out on their first sleepover!
Next time you see a cute fabric placemat at the dollar store or the flea market snap them up because it's easier than you might think to turn them into a DIY tote bag! They make great gifts for anyone who goes anywhere near a store instead of using a plastic bag. You could even use them as gift bags that they can use afterwards!