I can finally share with you the handmade gifts I made for Christmas this year! I love making something for my kids and they still love receiving something hand made from me each year too. So for my daughter I made her two things – the first is this Frozen handbag.
This is made from a Natalie Ross pattern called ‘Lucys Ladybird Adventure’. I left our the applique and used this beautiful sparkly Frozen fabric I found at Riviera Patchwork. I love the sparkly button I found for the front too – I think it just finishes it off nicely. My daughter loves it.
The other gift I made her was this Blue Fairy Doll. The pattern is by Paloma Rocha from Noia Land Patterns.
This was a cute little hand sewn project made entirely out of felt. I used a lovely glitter felt for the wings which I found from Rose Petal Collections. This was a great pattern – easy to follow and lots of diagrams too. You should definitely check out her Etsy store - Noia Land Patterns - she has some really cute designs.
I wanted to make something from Star Wars for my son for Christmas this year and so I ended up making him this Chewbacca softie. I just made up the design after being inspired by a few things I found on Pinterest. I think he looks like Chewbacca and most importantly my son thought so too!
For the kids teachers this year I made them these Scrappy Apples.
The pattern is by Retro Mama and I loved this design! I love the shape and the clever way you made it too. A great pattern with excellent instructions and lots of step by step photos.
The last gift I made was for a KK swap. This Tiny Gingerbread House ornament pattern is by Gingermelon.
Another cute very tiny hand sewn project made from felt (it fits in the palm of your hand!). I also used the glitter felt on the roof of this too. A very cute little design – you definitely have to check out her Etsy shop too – an overload of cuteness there!