Know someone who loves to camp? Gift them an adorable camper ornament to hang on their tree.
Keep your tootsies warm with a cozy pair of fleece lined slippers.
Looking for great little stocking stuffer gifts you can sew? These lip balm case and key rings are perfect for anyone (and would be great to attach lip balms to kid’s backpacks).
A cute way to dress alike, the colorblocked mommy and me tunic. I might actually make the mommy version for myself!
Here’s a bit of a twist on the blanket scarf trend: an easy cap scarf.
These colorful fabric bracelets make great gifts or just stack them and were some yourself.
I have a deep desire to make something with color changing mermaid sequin fabric…. but I dread working with sequins. Get tips and trick with working with this tricky material in this post.
Big kids need Christmas jammies too. This free pajama pant pattern (sizes 10-16) is perfect for making handmade pjs for tweens.
If you have a wine lover in your life (or yourself) you’ll definitely want to whip up a few of these fun ornaments. Not a wine lover, but can’t pass up a taco truck? Check out this taco ornament, instead!
These dish towels stay put when you hang them on your oven door.
If Elf is one of your favorite Christmas movies, you will definitely want to check out this adorable tree skirt inspired by the movie.
This isn’t just a tool holder, it’s also an easel for them too! (Change up the pocket size and this cold also hold makeup brushes, instead).
If you love the look of quilted stockings, but don’t have the time to do all the work. Try you hand at these quilt as you go style stockings, instead.
Put those fancy stitches on your machine to good use with this beautiful cross body belted bag.
These reindeer candy cane holders would make a fun, and easy treat bag or stocking stuffer gift.
I’ve been on an underwear making kick lately. Interested in trying your hand at it, too? This free (kids) boxer brief pattern can get you started.