I am making my list.
My handmade holidays gift making list. Have you got yours together yet?
You know what happens, every year, without fail, December 10th or so hits and suddenly I am sewing maniac - staying up late - making all kinds of things for teachers and friends and family.
Not this year. I promise. I'm going to start early! (and if you are already done with all your making and it's still October - I don't even wanna know!! LOL!)
So I have some Two Peas ideas to share with you AND some
serious discounts too! Sale ended Oct 31st
- How about a patchwork lanyard?
- I LOVE LOVE LOVE my Schoolhouse Clutch pattern. It holds a full size notepad and it's just cute!
- These patchwork wristlets are perfect especially with a little gift card from oh, let's say Starbucks, inside!
For Friends and Family
- My favorite go to that my sisters and friends love, Sprouts Scarf(lette)
- I am making my Mom one of these table runners this year but with a winter theme in blues and neutral colors and the words "let it snow"
- The Hazel Hipster and the Mary Beth Messenger are both favorites of my nieces.
I already have some fabulous holiday prints picked out and on my cutting table to make Patsy Ann Apron tops
for my girls for our cookie baking this year. These are quick and SO easy!! One of my peas even made one herself this summer to wear as a top - but I'm anxious to make them a few Patsy Anns just for Christmas! AND Extra fun because you can wear it both IN the kitchen and OUT shopping! Bonus!
So, along with some free tutorial help here - I have pattern discounts to share with you too! To help you with your handmade gift giving. One of my non-sewing friends a few years ago bought me a fat quarter bundle, a new pattern and a gift card to a local quilt shop. Best gift ever!
ALL OF THE PATTERNS in my shop RIGHT NOW are 15% off.
AND on top of that, buy any 3 patterns and get a 4th pattern free.
Buy 6 patterns, get the 7th and 8th pattern free. (Limit of 2 free.).
Sale ends October 31st.
(Be sure to mention in the comments your free pattern selection)
There are tons of handmade holiday ideas out there - do you have one to share? Leave your ideas in the comments section...and get busy on that crafting list so you can be done early and enjoy the holidays!