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A Quilter’s Holiday Gift Guide

With the holidays right around the corner, I thought it would be a great idea to share my Quilter’s Holiday Gift Guide with you, so you don’t miss out on some of my recommended quilty must haves!

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Fabric ($$)

DUH! We’re quilters, so we love and need fabric! Getting a bundle of fabric from your fave brand or designer will make any quilter elated this holiday. Buying fabric for someone and not quite sure if it’s their cup of tea? Opt for a gift card from your local quilt shop! 

Lobo and Llama Quilt Hanger ($$$)

These handmade wooden quilt hangers are not only beautiful but super useful too! I love to hang my quilts up for display in my home, but they also make taking photos so much easier. Lobo and Llama quilt hangers come in various sizes to hang anything from blocks to finished quilts.

Retro Daisy quilt hung up using a Lobo and Llama quilt hanger

Quilter’s Candy Membership ($)

Members get monthly patterns, incentives and more in the Quilter’s Candy monthly membership. Guest speakers, and zoom calls are also part of the fun! Opens in early December for a limited time only.

Elizabeth Chappell of Quilter’s Candy

AccuQuilt Go Me! ($$$)

AccuQuilt is a fabric cutting system designed to save you time and fabric. These are perfect for the serious quilter. AccuQuilt has a wide selection of bundles as well, which make for perfect gifts!

Modish Quilter Subscription ($)

Get a gift that keeps on giving with a digital magazine subscription! Modish Quilter magazine is full of patterns, tips, tricks and interviews with interesting folks in the industry.

Cover of Modish Quilter digital magazine

Arrow Sewing Hydraulic Chair ($$$$)

Quilters need a good chair with lumbar support because well, we sit for long periods of time. This Hydraulic ergonomic chair will be comfortable, stylish and even store some of your quilting notions in your space. The chair is available in a wide variety of colors and fabrics. Use MAUDE20 for 20% off anything at Arrow Sewing Furniture.

Sew Wow Sew Now Hydraulic Sewing Chair by Arrow Sewing Furniture

Box Bag Template ($)

I just recently overcame my fear of zippers and started making zippered pouches. This template by Carolina Moore aids in so many different ways and can make a number of projects, while of course keeping your boxed corners cut without accidentally cutting further into your fabric. This is definitely on my list!

Boxed Bag Template by Carolina Moore

Oliso Smart Iron ($$$)

A good iron can really be a game changer for a quilter. I love my Oliso Smart Iron due to its super long cord, automatic shut off, and if I prefer steam I can use tap water. Plus they come in a variety of colors to match your decor, and who doesn’t love that! The quilter in your life will be thrilled with this iron!

Alphabet Clips by Seams Sew Me ($)

These clips will keep you organized while assembling your quilt. Plus they’re so much more pretty than paper plates. Any quilter could use these and will love them!

Arrow Sewing Kangaroo and Joey Sewing Cabinet ($$$$$)

Any of Arrow Sewing’s sewing cabinets would make a quilter giddy. They are dreamy! I have the Kangaroo and Joey combo, which fits everything I need inside and extends for maximum quilting comfort. I no longer have to wrestle with a quilt while sewing. They can also make custom inserts for any sewing machine to have flatbed sewing. Use MAUDE20 for 20% off anything at Arrow Sewing Furniture.

Quilty Stickers ($)

I have yet to meet a quilter who didn’t like their quilty stickers! They can be used on their laptop, travel mug or sewing machine for that matter. Super cute and super fun little gift!!

With this list in hand, or maybe just nonchalantly appearing in your partner’s inbox, you’ll be sure to get the Quilter in your life exactly what they wanted for the holidays!

Until next time, quilty friends!
Keep it Quilty!


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2 Responses

  1. Maude, congratulations on your store and you do really well. I didn’t realize you have this site.
    All the best
    Doreen Sherk

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