Deck the halls with thread and bobbins, fa la la la la la la la la! Wait...that's not how the song goes? After reading our roundup of the top 10 sewing stocking stuffers, you'll be singing along with us!
In this blog post, you'll find great ideas for small quilting and sewing items that will fit in your Christmas stocking. Send this list to Santa right away so he can get each of these for you, or snag some small gifts for your quilting bestie! No matter what winter holiday you celebrate, you're sure to find something that's perfect for you.
Are you on the quilting nice list this year? Of course you are! So let's fill up your stocking!
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This magnetic wrist pin holder is never far from me when I'm sewing. It's an absolute necessity! Your pins will stay safe and secure while you're sewing. But they'll also always be within reach! The slap bracelet style also means that this is designed to fit any wrist. Plus it comes in five different colors!
The holidays are the perfect time to make upgrades to your small quilting tools. A cloth tape measure is always handy. Why not make sure yours is cute? This tape measure comes with a beautiful Liberty of London print case. Perfect for a floral fabric loving quilter!
Pins are a necessity for any quilter. Why not build a stash of some pretty pins? Having a few special pins can add some fun and whimsy to your quilting — and put a smile on your face! We love these marble glass head pins with these delicate details in each pin head. Read more about different pins in our 5 Minute Guide to Quilting Pins!
Take the guesswork out of selecting colors for your next quilt with these color chips of our favorite solids, Art Gallery PURE Solids, made by Woven and Wooly. A color card is great, but the benefit of these chips is that you can visualize only the solids you want to use together, hold individual chips up to prints you want to pair them with, and easily make changes to your color lineup for your next quilt before ordering your fabrics.
These quilt block hand soaps by Soap Escape are the perfect accent for any quilter's house! They come in a variety of quilt block shapes, colors, and scents. Plus they even make a beautiful quilt block candle that can be paired with the soap for a lovely gift. This isn't just great as a stocking stuffer — it could also be a great gift for any quilter at a holiday party!
These wool pin cushions from Snuggly Monkey are compact, colorful, and cute! Having a small pin cushion is great for any kind of sewing. Whether you're at your sewing machine and want to keep your quiting pins organized, or doing hand sewing and need a place to rest your needles, this is sure to be a favorite tool for any quilter.
We love these elegant leaf shaped needle minders by Matryoshka Doll Shop! They are the perfect place to easily and quickly set a needle down while you're working without losing track of it — eek, nobody wants to loose a needle! Perfect for embroidery, these can also be helpful for quilters who do a lot of hand sewing.
Cover your sewing room in beautiful rainbows with these quilt-themed rainbow makers by Whipstitch Handmade! When the sun hits these just right, they create delightful rainbows that will move across your studio or house. And when it's not sunny out, you can still see the lovely quilt block designs on your windows!
This sewist enamel pin by Justine Gilbuena is a great way to show off your sewing pride. Wear it on your favorite cardigan or coat, or add it to a handmade bag. It's a fun way to show other people how much you love sewing!
These pins are selling fast, so if you can't snap this one, try some of these other adorable picks by other makers: Maker Valley Sewing Machine, Fig Tree & Co. Sewing Machine and The Gray Muse Sewing Machine.
#10: Quilt Mug
Do we love this mug by Coffee Bucket Co? Quilty as charged! This mug is available in five different styles, but we love the black rim camp mug best. Add a pack of hot chocolate to the inside for an extra treat!
Bonus Stocking Stuffer: Suzy Quilts Gift Card
A great treat to put a smile on any quilter's face is a gift card tucked into a stocking! It's a great way to let the special quilter in your life choose the pattern they want to make in the new year. Suzy Quilts gift certificates are available in four different amounts — $13 for one pattern, $26 for two patterns, and $50 or $70 for super fans. It's also the perfect last-minute holiday gift!
Make your own handmade quilted stocking with our free tutorial!
What's Your Favorite Sewing Stocking Stuffer?
What's the best sewing or quilting stocking stuffer you've received? What are you hoping Santa brings you this year? Let us know in the comments!