How about wallets, glass holders, teepee bags, crayon holders, crochet hook holders or knitting needle holders, pin cushions, wall hangings for holding your threads.
Thanks for the web site, they have some cute ideas. Now off to the store to purchase a few items that I need then I can get busy on my list of things to make.
Christmas in june - if you start on the lonnnnng list now, you will have a busy time. A lot of fun ideas here.
It will keep me busy for awhile. Thank You
Well you have a long list here. Have gone through it and can only think of tea towels, and key ring holders that are not yet on. Hugs Yvonne
Thank you, I have started on towels and will and key ring holders to the list Im working on.
Covered coat hangers- easy to make from fabric with a lace edge. Make a tube twice as long as the wooden hanger,[wrap hanger tightly in a long strip of padding or soft material first] and just push it on, and it gathers for you as you push. Sew one end before you put it on, then hand stitch the other. Screw in the hook, and add some kind of embellishment to it, flowers or similar. Sell well. Can make little ones for kids as well.
Will add this to my list and give it a try. Thank you
Look here for some easy freebies
Biscornus. Any size. They don't necessarily need an embroidered design on the bottom. There are dozens of quilt designs which would make them look elegant for Christmas presents. The design by Mops in DBC looks gorgeous.
Tissue box holders, tissue pack holders, usb holders, small boxes, FSL doileys, FSL bowls - more time consuming and more expensive to make.
Christmas table centres - patchwork or patchwork and embroidery mixed.
Embroidered Christmas drawstring bags with a few Christmas mints in them.
Just to name a few.....
Thanks for your suggestions. will add christmas bags to my list of things
Heatpads, bookcovers, key fobs, lavender scent bags, in-the-hoop-toys (littel ebars, cats...), pencil toppers, scissors holders, door hanger, bottle aprons, handy bags, baby rattles, caps/scarfs for kids and so much more ;o)
PS: Forgott to mention lamps *lol*
Thank you for your suggestions. Will use several of your ideas.
Have tried to think of things that would be inexpensive enough for children to buy for their friends all my brain can come up with is hair ornaments/clippies for girls but I'm sure others will give you a long list.
Fingertip towels, door hangers, FSL anything but especially Angels, doilies and anything that you would like to receive.
Thanks for your tips. I like to do FSL so will work on angels and bookmarks.
Pin cushions, Scizzor holders, candy bags, bookmarkers, towels, depends on how much time you want to put inot each project ect. Look through the designs by cutes for freebies our own special cuties have degitized for our use. Good Luck!!
Thank you. Will look at designs and see what I come up with
I love making bookmarks and coaster they are quick and can be very varied and don't take to long .
Thank you. Will try some coasters, have not made them before.
candy cane holders,small stockings,bells,gift card holders,angels,ornaments,snowflakes
good ideas, thank you
The possibilities are endless!
Do the items have to be Christmassy?
Are they to be sold?
Who is the target audience?
It does not need to be Christmassy. Most people attending are from a small town. Yes, the items are to be sold.