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Suggestions for our Gifts for Makers Gift Guide

(Anita Rose Designs) #102

A craft bag for a crafty someone

(Julia K Walton) #103

(numbersixteen) #104

What about these pin cushions!

(KateRoweDesign) #105

(Lesley Bywater) #106

Project Holdall

Lesley :smile:

(Jan Ryan) #107

(Qteacup) #108

(Annie Storkey) #109

You can never have too many buttons

(bluebellwoodturning) #110

These handy size Pin Cushions are ideal to take your sewing along to craft clubs/fairs.
A pin cushion in red, black, blue and green tartan, set into a chunky base turned from beautifully figured poplar. The item stands 78mm tall (not including the height of the pins), is 67mm in diameter at the widest point and comes complete with a few pins.

There are five in stock to choose from.

(So Sew Megan) #111

Another form of pincushion.

(Annie Storkey) #112

More buttons

(QuirkyCooperies) #113

lace and cotton bag, great for keeping yarns/threads/ribbons in

This is a lovely, one of a kind bag, made by hand, from calico overlaid with a mix of vintage and new off-white lace and embellished with pink glass beads and embroidery. It is fully lined with calico and hand sewn throughout. The strap is made of braid overlaid with lace. The bag closes with a mother of pearl button and yellow ribbon. There is a small charm, attached by a small string of beads. The bag measures 18 X 21cm and the strap is 85cm in length. This would make a unique and special Mother’s Day gift

(Annie Storkey) #114

More buttons

(Natalie Morris) #115

A bit of humour

(Thecardjeanie) #116

Some cards for makers…

Jeanie x

(Julia K Walton) #117

(bluebellwoodturning) #118

This functional and highly decorative yarn bowl is turned from beautifully figured and spalted horse chestnut. It is 208mm in diameter and stands 85mm tall. The ball of yarn stays in the bowl and the end feeds out of the stylish aperture so that the user can knit or crochet without constantly pausing to pull more yarn from the ball. After turning, the bowl was sanded smooth and finished with beeswax, ensuring that the wool feeds smoothly and does not catch on the wood. Spalting results from a form of fungus which often develops in horse chestnut and other woods after the tree has fallen over and is lying on the ground. Once the wood has been dried, however, the process is halted and the result is a beautiful natural, decorative effect which is entirely stable. One of nature’s little bonuses!

(KateRoweDesign) #119

I have listed these separately and as a set of three. They would make a good gift for someone who sews

(Julia K Walton) #120

Something for patchwork lovers - a mini four patch brooch:-

(KateRoweDesign) #121

Project bag