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Just a quick post today to show you a few of the things I’ve made for my #sewingsanta recipient (who remains anonymous!).

I spent the maximum limit of ten pounds ages ago so I thought I’d take some time to sew some little gifts with fabric and bits from my stash. This way it’s not cheating because they haven’t cost a penny other than my time spent creating them.

These are the added extras – and boy have I had fun!


This needlecase is made from remnants of silk – red on the outside and gold on the inside.


A cute little mandala key ring using scraps of felt and ribbon.


My very first attempt at needle felting – a tiny Robin brooch.


Shown briefly the other day, this pocket tissue cover was created from leftover fabric from a book bag project.


I had planned on including these pure lambswool fingerless gloves too, but they just sold on Folksy so I will have to make some more:)


There are more items to come because I’ve never had so much pleasure making random things just for the fun of it!

How’s your #sewingsanta parcel coming along?

Author: sewchet

Sewing, Crochet and other loveliness!

20 thoughts on “#sewingsanta

  1. Very pretty! I love the needle case.


  2. Wow…lucky, lucky recipient!!!

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  3. They’re all magnficent! I’ve never heard of sewing santa but it sounds wonderful!

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  4. Wow, these are all so lovely. You put me to shame because I haven’t made anything, only bought… I don’t think my sewing santa recipient is going to be so lucky haha!! There’s still time I guess!!

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    • Ooh, I would be thrilled to receive a little something handmade – I guess that’s why I’ve made these I suppose, hoping that they will be excited to have gifts created especially for them:)


  5. Nor mine Beth! These are lovely, the robin broach and and needle case are particularly cute 🙂

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  6. I love all the little fun projects! I think someone is going to be very happy with their sewing Santa gifts 🙂

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  7. I adore the needle case, some one is in for an amazing surprise 🙂

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