A tote bag for your book club friend; a zipper pouch for your favorite teacher; a playmat for your adventurous toddler: there’s a world of gift ideas at your fingertips, whether you want to DIY or just wrap it up. The best part? Whatever they like, we have a design that’s sure to delight.
Playmats are a great way to keep little ones entertained at home or on-the-go—just add toy cars, stuffed animals or play food! Design your very own playmat with this tutorial from The Spoonflower Quick-Sew Project Book or shop the Playmat Design Challenge winners on one yard of Minky for the coziest playmat on the block.
Large Zipper Pouches
For the person on your list who’s always on the go, protecting their technology is a must! Using our go-to zipper pouch tutorial as your base, create a tablet holder by measuring the tablet width and height and then add a 1″ seam allowance to your measurements.
Recipe Tea Towels
It’s no secret our family heirloom recipe tea towel is a Spoonflower classic. As seen in Martha Stewart and Southern Living, this Linen Cotton Canvas fat quarter project has withstood the test of time and is a go-to gift idea for anyone in your family, even for those family members who are impossible to shop for!
No time to DIY? Try any of our ready-made home decor items printed and sewn with care in the United States.
A Spoonflower tradition, tea towels are just the right gift for the budding chef, master baker or hostess with the mostess. From calendars to pun-loving tea towels, there’s a design for everyone. Shop ready-made tea towels for $17 or do-it-yourself by ordering their favorite design on a fat quarter of Linen Cotton Canvas.
If you’re looking for a gift that will steal the show, look no further than a throw pillow. Available in two styles, two sizes and six fabric options, one of the newest additions to Spoonflower is a great gift option for the HGTV fan on your list. Did we mention there’s no sewing required?
To help you stay organized for the season of me-made gifts, download a copy of our Handmade Holiday To-Do List. With enough space to jot down the gifts you’ll be making, organize your supply shopping list and even find a few last-minute gift ideas, you’ll be able to stay on top of your giving this season.