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If you have followed my blog for long you know that I love to give gifts. From Holidays to birthdays I enjoy celebrating the ones I love with handmade gifts when possible. Due to that, I created a list of 16 easy Mothers Day gifts to sew. The best part about this list is that even a beginner can make all of these Mothers day gifts.
The reason I love giving sewing gifts for Mother’s day is the ability to customize the gift to the person. We all know that mothers love gifts when there is thought and effort put behind the gift and isn’t just a gift card. I know that my mother in law loves everything chickens, so I can choose an appropriate fabric for her gift. At some point or another, I have given these sewing projects as a gift for a holiday, birthday or just to say thanks in a unique way!
STANDARD SUPPLIES FOR THE Easy Mothers Day Gifts to Sew
Below are some of the basics you will need to sew the Mother’s day gifts. Note each project has its own supply list that you should check, but I wanted to give you a list of basics for the easy Mothers day gifts to sew. Honestly, unless you are just getting started you will have most of these items on hand.
This is one of my favorite gifts to make and give for those that love RVing. Just look at this cute potholder that looks like a camper RV. With our step by step sewing tutorial, you will have this sewing project done in no time.
If you are like me you can never have too many scrunchies. They seem to have legs with how often mine seem to walk off and never return. Have fun with it make them several to go with different outfits.
Potholders are one of those things we don't think about often until we realize we need one and ours have gone bad. Treat mom to a new set of potholders made to match her kitchen style. This is a great beginner project that makes a great gift.
I love these aprons and have made several for myself over the years. These are perfect crafting aprons as well and you can't be the material a few one-dollar placemats. Don't worry I won't tell them you used dollar store placemats if you don't.
I have found these to be great Mother's day gifts for those that are getting up in age. As we get older our hands tend to get weaker and these Jar openers make it so much easier to open jars. As with the other Kitchen related gifts you can make them match or coordinate with their kitchen style.
Much like my scrunchies my chapstick always seems to wander off on its own. With this simple sew Chapstick holder keychain I no longer have to dig in the bottom of my purse and hope it's there. This makes a great Mother's day gift when you pair it ith a tube of their favorite chapstick.
No more searching for potholders or kitchen towels with this simple sew gift. These hanging towels are made so you can hang them on your oven door so you will always know where they are. These make great gifts for anytime of the year.
I know why would you give someone a kitchen sponge as a gift. For me, I love these are it helped me ditch the blue sponge for these adorable ones. Customize with the fabric you think they would like as who says washing dishes have to look drab.
Sometimes the greatest gifts we give are the most useful. This is one of those cases where you can combine useful and cute to make a great gift. We show you step by step how you can make these DIY Reusable Makeup Remover Pads.
Help mom reduce that pile of plastic bags she keeps collecting by making her some reusable bags that will last. There is a great step by step tutorial with pictures on how to make this DIY Foldable Reusable Grocery Bag for the one you love.
This gift helps you reduce the need for all that cling wrap that we always have to wrestle with. These reusable cowl covers fit many size bowls while help keeping your food fresh. Plus depending on the patterns you chose they can match the kitchen decor.
This sewing gift isn't for the beginner but it sure will make your mom or grandmother smile. It is an adorable camper quilt that I show you how to make. It is a gift they will think of you every time they use it to stay warm.
Now you have over 16 easy Mother’s day gifts to sew for your friends and family. Or even make some for your self, don’t worry I won’t tell anyone. I am sure there is a gift for every mother, mother-in-law, or grandmother on this list. While most of these sewing projects a beginner can do there are a few that take a little skill, but everyone should be able to do them with the tutorials we have provided. So pick one of the sewing gifts and get started today and you will have your Mother’s day gifts complete in no time.
If you loved these ideas, but you’re not quite ready to break out the sewing machine just yet, be sure to pin this to your favorite sewing or Mother’s day gift board on Pinterest so you can find it again when you are ready. Once you do sew the gift be sure to tag us on social media with what you make as we always love seeing what others make and their fabric choices.