We can't believe how quickly the holidays arrived, but there is still time to give handmade gifts! We have rounded up a few quick projects that you still have time to whip up and would be perfect for all the people you love. Sewing, knitting, cross stitch, and embroidery, there is something for every type of crafter!
First on the list we have a versatile Fancy Tiger Crafts Market Tote. With just a small bit of fabric and a couple hours time, you can have one of these grocery totes ready to gift away! Perfect for anybody on your list, just customize it with any fun fabric you can find! We, of course, had to use Sarah Golden's Tigers print. The lining is Robert Kaufman's Essex in Leather.
Miniature Rhino zodiac embroidery kits are made for last-minute-making! Available in all the zodiac signs plus a few other constellations, each kit comes with pre-printed fabric and everything you need to complete the project! With simple instructions and a stitch guide included, this is a perfect beginner project. Click here to check out all the available designs.
We absolutely love how quickly the Strathcona Henley by Thread Theory comes together. This casual, slim-fit wardrobe staple is great for all the fellas in your life! Here it is made up in a royal blue hemp lycra jersey with light stretch and incredible slubby texture. We guarantee you will wow him with this long sleeve pullover!
We just got these Crafty Like A Fox Forest Friends ornament kits! Stuart the Squirrel (pictured), Bernard the Bunny or Fabienne Fox would make a perfect host gift for any holiday party or a lovely present topper for your favorite friend. Can't decide which forest friend you love most? There is still time to stitch up all three!
Last on the list are these lovely St. Mary Mead holiday socks. These short little socks are knit up Coop Knits oh-so-soft Socks Yeah! yarn in Malachite and Quartz. Just one skein of each gets the job done. These Olivia Villarreal designed socks are definitely a bit more time consuming than the rest of the projects but the simple, easy to remember pattern and short sock height make these totally do-able for an experienced knitter.
Still haven't found the perfect gift? Check out the 2016 Last Minute Handmade Gift Guide for even more ideas!