17 Gifts for a Seamstress
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Find the right gift for a seamstress in your life. These are all fun ideas for the sewing room, and they are all under $100!
If you know someone who loves to sew or someone who sews for their job it can be hard to find them a gift if you don’t know that much about sewing. I’ve put a list together of some great gift ideas that make the perfect gift for a seamstress, and they are all under $100.
Are you looking for other gift guides? There’s also a great list for:
- gifts for a sewist
- gifts for crafters under $30
- list of sewing room decor ideas
- gift basket for someone who loves to sew
- Sewing puzzles
Gift Ideas for a Seamstress
Find the right gift idea for someone who loves to sew or someone who sews for their job. These gifts are perfect for the sewing room, and they all under $100!
Dressmaker 500 Piece Puzzle
One of my favorite things to do every Christmas is a puzzle. I love this dressmaker shop puzzle. It's just so fun!
Sewing Machine Necklace
This sewing machine necklace is so beautiful with the silver and the gold. I just love the phrase that comes with.
Sewing Charms Collection
Does your seamstress love charm bracelets? This is a giant pack of sewing charms that would be so fun to add to a bracelet!
Sewing Machine Music Box with Drawer
What a cute little sewing machine desk that's actually a music box. It even has a little drawer for storing jewelry! I bet the music is beautiful.
Isn't this keychain so cute? I love the little charms, and the quote of encouragment!
Eiffel Tower Embroidery Scissors
Every seamstress has their own scissors that they prefer using, but unique scissors are just a fun addition. These scissors are so pretty I would just hang them on the wall!
Sewing Machine Bookends
I have a bunch of sewing books, and I bet your seamstress does too. These bookends are the cutest ways to keep the books in place.
Sewing Pendulum Wall Clock
I don't actually have a clock in my sewing room, and this one is just so great. I love the giant needle and thread. The hanging scissors are so fun!
Sewing Notions Charm Earrings
Earrings are always a great gift. These are simple but unique and would delight any seamstress.
Thread Cutter Pendant Necklace
This necklace looks like a regular necklace, but in the back there's a tiny little knife to cut thread. This means there's always a thread cutter within reach!
Tape Measure Pendant Necklace
A measuring tape is always being used by a seamstress so this necklace is so sweet. I love the heart shape and little twist.
These buttons would look so cute hanging on the wall of a sewing room! These colors are great.
Today I Shall Create Unframed Print
This print would make such a great gift. It's pretty and inspiring!
Rugs are nice to bring a space together, and this one is sewign themed! Look at all those pretty sewing inspired pictures.
Carrara Marble Pattern Weights
Pattern weights are great and useful. These ones are beautiful, and the marble makes it a nice weight.
Ergonomic Seam Ripper
Seam rippers always need to be replaced since they get dulled. This one is the most comfortable to use!
Rotary Cutter and Cutting Mat
Cutting mats get sliced up and rotary cutters get dull quickly. It's always great to get a new one!
What do you think, are these items you’d like to receive as a gift? What is on your wish list this year when it comes to sewing related gifts? What would you give a seamstress as a gift?
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I should get a cutter pendant! Wow! That is an awesome idea!!
Good list! I would love an Ottobre subscription if someone wants to hint at my husband 😉
My sister in law told a bunch of us that if we want to give her anything, at any point in the year, to just wrap up a seam ripper. She says she looses hers all the time.
I took a small pair of scissors and hung them on a ribbon, after you gave the suggestion.. I can't believe how much faster I sew now. So much easier to just clip threads as I go! Thanks for sharing!