Do you have someone in your life who’s creative – besides yourself, of course? Do you ever want to give them a handmade gift, but don’t want it to be something they could just make for themselves? Give them something they can use while they’re being creative! I’m here today with some ideas for people who sew, scrapbook, knit and crochet. Don’t be afraid to craft for a crafter!
No seamstress goes without somewhere to put her pins. Make her this cute Mini Cupcake Pincushion Ring from Obsessively Stitching with an equally tiny number of supplies.
I love the fact that this Pincushion and Thread Catcher from Sew Mama Sew could be used by the sewing machine or draped over a couch arm.
I have two sewing machines, and neither of them has anything prettier than their plastic travel cases to cover them. Any sewing machine driver would appreciate this Sewing Machine Cozy from Notes from the Patch.
I love the colorful look of displayed thread spools. Why not go all the way and make them into art, like this project from Grey Luster Girl.
I only recently remembered how handy pattern weights can be. Remind someone in your life remember with this tutorial from Tea Rose Home.
This Needle Book from Domestic Doozie would be helpful for someone who sews, an embroiderer or a cross-stitcher.
The Stir is calling this a growth chart, but wouldn’t this make a great craft studio decoration?
Thistlewood Farms used this Pegboard Box for gift wrapping supplies, but I think this could be a great organizer for a scrapbooking fan.
This Crochet Hook Holder from Future Girl is not only functional, but would be cute hanging in a craft room.
With a little wood skill, this Bamboo Yarn Bowl from Instructables user dtextor would be a great gift for a knitter or crochetist.