Hey y’all. I’m Becca of Becca Plymale Creative. I am a Pattern Designer, Artist and maker. My sewing career began in designing children’s sewing patterns, however as my daughter continues to get older and I am not sewing for her as much I found myself pivoting this focus to quilt patterns.
It’s that time of year again, and if you are anything like me then the holidays have snuck up on you! But not to worry, I have compiled the ultimate gift guide of the quilters in your life. This gift guide includes notions, tools, and some fun and unique gifts I think we all would love to receive.
This post also contains affiliate links (meaning I receive a small portion of the proceeds at no additional cost to you) as well as recommendations of items that I have been given to sample by vendors. All opinions are my own and only my genuine favorites make this list.
While I have several rotary cutters in all different sizes, this rotary cutter is my favorite. The blade can easily be switched to either side making cutting a comfortable task for us lefties. Be sure to include replacement blades.
These Quilt Label Clips from Seams Sew Me are one of my favorite notions in my sewing kit. They are especially helpful for those patterns that need lots and lots of pieces cut.
A wool pressing mat is a must have for quilters. The wool traps the heat and makes the pressing that much more effective.
Mini Oliso Iron It comes with a silicone trivet for use as both travel/storage and as a sole plate for the iron to rest on in the face down position. Also a nice tip for detailed pressing and getting into those seams.
A quilter’s clapper will help you get flat, crisp seams and creases while piecing your quilt tops.
I like to make sure that my hand sewing needles have a large eye. It is very helpful when trying to thread the needle.
Sew Fine Thread Gloss makes hand sewing more enjoyable…plus it smells so good!!
Magnetic needle minders are not only a fun stocking stuffer but also very convenient when trying to keep track of your needle. No more loosing your needle when finishing your binding.
Embroidery Scissors These scissors make such a pretty gift and come in handy when hand quilting.
Quilt Planner This spiral bound dated planner will help keep all of your designing goals and ideas organized with sections for monthly and weekly planning.
Electric Quilt Design Software is hands down the best software available for designing all of your quilts.
Having a design wall gives you a great place to display your ideas.
Customizable Quilt Pattern Templates Elizabeth has created customizable pattern templates to help make your quilts look great and save you time.
A quilty coffee mug is the perfect way to combine two of our favorite things: quilting and cozy drinks!
I love decorating my machine with fun quilty stickers.
Show off your love of quilting with a quilty tee.
Quilt Patterns from your favorite designers are also a fun gift to give.
Color Block Quilt Making Book by Elizabeth Chappell has 12 fun color block quilt patterns for both the modern and traditional quilter.
Quilters Candy Membership Memberships are a fun way to meet like minded quilters and get access to exclusive quilt patterns.
Modish Quilter Magazine Give the gift of quilting with a subscription to an all digital quilting magazine. Modish Quilter releases four issues each year packed full of patterns, tutorials, inspiration, projects and more!
Xo – Becca
November 24, 2023
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