Need a Christmas gift, fast? Whip up this cute tasseled clutch – they’ll never know that you didn’t spend days working on it!
Once you’re done making your clutch, make a zippy wallet to go along with it!
I really wish there was a tutorial for a pair of these SnUGG boots in adult sizes. I’d so make myself a pair!
Looking for a way to keep your child’s toys neat and tidy and still know what’s inside? Stitch up some of these Peek-a-boo Toy Sacks and it will never be a mystery (they would also make for some interesting packaging this Christmas)!
I love making my kid’s t-shirts. They are so easy to sew and use very little fabric. Learn how to make one of your own (the down side to this pattern is that it’s only for size 12-18 months).
Still need to mark who get’s your handstitched gifts? Print out these pretty and fun gift tags – a great way to finish off your handmade holiday!
On of my favorite types of holiday parties are the ornament gift exchanges. If you’re still searching for just the right one, why not sew up a pretty felt Christas tree or a Matryoshka themed ornament?
Have a cold, but don’t have pockets or a purse to stash your tissues? Just add a handy strap to your tissue holder!
Do you have some fabulous fabric scraps, but don’t know how to use them? Make a quiet-time, busy book for your little one.
I’m going to admit it, this is a bit of a weird project, but it’s perfect for someone who always loses their grocery list (or shorten it up and give it children so they can help you shop): Coupon and Grocery Lanyard.