2022 Sewist Gift Guide

I’m back again with my Christmas list to help you inspire yours! I got smart a few years ago and started a little note on my phone with gift ideas for myself and my family so that when grand parents start asking what we want for Christmas, I would be ready. Here’s what’s on my list this year:

  • Stationary supplies. I always tell people that printer paper, scotch tape (the “magic” kind) and glue sticks are things I always need more of.
  • Other sewing consumables. I’m also asking for 28 mm rotary blades and steam-a-seam, and fray check in my stocking.
  • A leather purse kit. The first time I saw someone online making their own leather bag, I knew I needed to, as well. I am very into this pink and brown one and this white and brown one.
  • A thimble container. I used to have the rose gold one, but it broke 😦 I’d love to replace it with this pearl white one, though!
  • Kid’s clothing size labels. I make clothes for my kids on occasion, but I never know what to do with them when they grow out of them. If I label them with a size, I could donate them and know that they’ll get to a kid the right size!
  • A Gutermann Thread Colour Chart. I’m pretty good at guessing, but this would make me so much more confident when ordering online.
  • This turning set. I could definitely have used this a few times this year for ties and straps.
  • Resistance bands for pilates. I like this set because it’s pretty and has multiple options!
  • Large Silicone bags. There are some things you need a resealable bag for (for me, storing herbs) and washing ziplock bags doesn’t last forever.

If you’re looking for more ideas, check out my past gift guides!

2021 Sewist Gift Guide

2020 Sewist Gift Guide

2019 Sewist Gift Guide

2018 Sewist Guift Guide

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