Those Who Like to Sew LOVE Gifts Related to Sewing, Check out these Gift Ideas For a Seamstress!
Fun, Small Seamstress Gift Ideas
Bouquet of Thread
Magazine subscription for sewers or quilters would be a great addition to a gift bag. There are plenty of pictures, ideas and sewing “How-to’s” and technique lessons. This is a gift that keeps giving because your seamstress will receive multiple issues.
Scissors for Sewing
Sewing or Quilting Books
Any kind of beginner sewing book or simple project book would be a great gift!
Rotary Cutter and Mat
Sewing Basket Full of Sewing Tools for the Beginner
Here are the Sewing Tools to add to a New Sewing Basket
St Jane Sewing Baskets Medium RectangleSt Jane Sewing Baskets Large Oval With Metal HandleSt Jane Sewing Baskets Large Oval With Metal HandleSmall Oval Hot Pink Sewing Basket – Chevron PrintSmall Square Aqua Sewing Basket – Polka Dot
Sewing Gadgets & Accessories
These sewing gadgets are on MY list and would make Great Gift Ideas for a Seamstress! (This is a list for my husband too!)
You can view yarn or fabrics in a repeating sequence to make selecting the perfect colors easier than ever before! I usually lay out my fabric choices on a table and can get a pretty good idea of how the colors will look together, but this would be so much fun to use!
Vacuum Attachment Kit
A nifty tool that helps to smooth out wrinkles, is heat resistant and can be used with or without an iron. This tool is great for using with seams and places where you need a finger but don’t want to get burned. The Iron Finger has a soft grip to ensure secure easy handling.
Needle Beetle LED Threader
Most seamstresses have needle threaders but what makes this particular one so cool it that you can pick up the Beetle’s body easier that most flat needle threaders. There is also a light on the end for even easier threading. I have never seen one of these in a store before!
I’ve also spied a new COOL Sewing Tool called the 5-N-1 sewing tool shown below. This would be great for little projects on the go! I always have some sort of project with me while waiting for my kids!
Small Irons for Easier Project Pressing and Hard to Reach Areas
The Clover Mini Irons are great for pressing seams and work great using with a mini ironing board next kept next to the sewing machine. No more getting up and down to press a quick seam! The newest Clover mini iron II has an extra interchangeable head iron tip. The Clover Wedge Iron is compact and lightweight, great for taking projects to a craft group or working on a project when staying in a hotel. (I don’t trust those irons in the hotel room-you never know what will come out of the steam holes!)
Get Creative and add a few extras to this Sewing Gift Bag:
- Wooden toothpick to create a perfect button shank
- Colored pencils for tracing and making changes to patterns
- Large washers from a hardware store make great pattern weights. Spray paint to make them a real COOL tool
- Make a magnetic pin catcher-buy a strong magnet and place in a tin box
- Plastic chopstick for pushing out corners and points
- Tissue paper-buy this at your local dollar store. Use it for stabilizing sheer or very thin fabrics, making patterns or altering patterns.
- Dental floss container-these make great thread cutters! Especially for use on the airplanes.
Have fun putting together your gift bag or box!
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