Need help picking the right gift for the sewist, seamstress or sewer in your life? Well look no further! Below I’ve shared some of my favorite sewing accessories, tools, tech and more. Go ahead and treat your spouse, friend or family member with something they’ll love.
Definition of a Sewist Tee is perfect for the sewist who hates mending.
Available in ladies cut and unisex cut in 6 total colors.
Truth! because who isn’t sensitive about their craft. Choose from four shirt colors and 6 text colors.
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Jewelry is a great way to show off the fact that you are a sewist to the world. We all want to wear our sewist badge loud and proud.
Coffee or Tea? Take your pick because sewing often requires caffeine.
Simplicity Vintage items are awesome gifts for anyone who sews. They make everything from shoe bags to patches, to sewing notions to garment bags.
If you follow me on Instagram you probably know I love my Oliso mini project iron. It’s perfect for getting in small spaces, fusing interfacing and more. It heats up in just 30s and features three heat settings as well as steam! Available in pink and yellow.
While you’re at it check out Oliso’s full size iron Smart Iron that levitates, perfect for those who have wrist issues as they never have to “flip” the iron on it’s heel.There are three different levels with color options, but the yellow or pink iron are especially for sewists/quilters/crafters because it overs a 30 minute auto shut off.
This Light n Go Iron by Black and Decker is great if because you can take it where you need with out worrying about staying close to an outlet.
Perfect for sketching looks when inspiration hits!
I love the Frixion pens for marking on my fabrics because they are precise and fine. Just be sure to test on scraps before using on your garment. For time that the pens won’t work I love the clover chaco liners as they still keep a fine line and they are chalk so you can brush it off.
Some prefer rotary cutters, but I use shears for my fabric cutting. A good pair of shears makes a world of difference.
Labels give that level of professionalism to handmade projects. Kylie and the Machine makes some of the best labels.
Sometimes the hardest part about sewing is gathering all your materials. Kits take care of that for you by providing everything you need to tackle your project.
How cute is this USB drive?! Choose your storage from 4 to 64GB. This is a great stocking stuffer for a sewing nerd.
Almost all of us are addicted to our phones to some degree. Why not show off what you love on the one thing you always have in your hand.
A great gift that keeps on giving for someone who wants to learn to sew or improve and expand their skills.
This bimontly print magazine highlights sewist of color.
Seamwork provides monthly web magazine issues, each issue includes 2 new patterns. They offer three plans based on the number of credits (1, 2 or unlimited) given each monthly than can be exchanged for patterns from their library of over 150 wardrobe building patterns.
Fabric Mart is one of my favorite online fabric retailers because they have a great selection, reasonable prices and quick flat rate shipping. They also sell indie patterns and notions.
Topstitch not only sells fabric, they offer classes and carry gifts and notions. The staff here is great.
Love it or hate it most sewist end up at Joann for something at some point.
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