Embroidery Gift Ideas For Your Friends and Family: Jewellery and accessories are great gifts, especially when they are handmade. Suddenly they become more special and often have a more personal touch, even when you buy something handmade that someone else has made. If you are an embroiderer or you know someone who appreciates some sewing, these gift ideas are perfect for you!
Embroidered accessories are beautiful and durable at the same time. These accessories have a perfect mood and easily fit into any outfit. Gifts represent your love and respect for that person and certainly warm their heart.
You will find a collection of jewelry pieces that are ready for gift, custom, DIY, and even something you can give as a kit. There is no shortage of fun and beautiful embroidery to wear!
10 Best Embroidery Gift Ideas For Your Friends and Family
Here are ten basic machine embroidery gift ideas that you can give to your loved ones.
Embroidered hand towels are well received if you are looking for thoughtful, cheap gifts for people you do not know well. Towels get dirty and need to be changed frequently, so close friends and family can appreciate the idea of this embroidered gift!
Some of the fun things to embroider on towels are monograms, recipes, kitchen utensils, and flowers.
For best results when embroidering towels, use a tear oo or wash a stabilizer with a temporary spray adhesive or sticky tear remover stabilizer. Wrap towels whenever possible, and apply a layer of water-soluble stabilizer on top. I suggest you check out learn about stabilizers for embroidery.
Don’t forget that a knock down stitch or a knapsack stitch can flatten a pile of towels, making your design more prominent among the fluff.
For a great embroidered winter or religious day gift idea, Benz is easy to make and fun to give as a gift.
You can snatch a watch for a few dollars at Walmart or Target, and it’s easy to add an initial or other personal nature.
Use the Nine Show Mesh Stabiliser for dense designs and Tear for very lightweight designs. A water-soluble topper is also helpful when embroidering beans.
Embroidered Button Earrings
Embroidered Button Earrings are perfect for last-minute gifts or storage, but you’ll want to make some sets to keep in hand.
The basic idea with them is to add embroidered embellishments to the printed fabric, make covered buttons, and then turn them into earrings. If you are smart, you will definitely find other ways to apply this to other types of accessories as well!
Embroidered pendant necklace kit
With the shape and size of an old-fashioned cameo, this DIY embroidered necklace kit comes in a choice of six different designs for you to sew, assemble and wear, all with flowers or possibly our favorite – a mushroom dessert.
Pair! Comes with the cut thread, fabric, and mount you need, as well as a plastic embroidered hoop and a chain to go with your embroidered cameo.
If you want to give a book as a gift, consider adding a hand-embroidered bookmark. Every book lover will appreciate it.
There are many inside bookmark designs that you can embroider, or you can personalize a fabric bookmark that you sew first.
The idea of a machine embroidery gift is great for book lovers!
Another option is to make your own using denim or another fabric.
Embroidered Pencil case or zipper pouch
The zipper pouch is easy to arrange for cosmetics, handicrafts, pens, pencils, hair accessories, or all the little things lying around the house. This gift will be perfect for anyone.
You can make it personal by embroidering a name or a favorite picture on it. Make her very feminine by choosing the right clothes and colors or vice versa – make her very masculine.
This gift will require not just hand embroidery but also some sewing skills. When I make zipper pouches, I like to combine leftover fabric scraps and abstract embroidery on top.
Needlebook or pincushion
The needlebook is the perfect gift for anyone who loves sewing, embroidery, or other textile crafts.
You can make the needlebook too wide or too simple. Add some thread and needles – and you have a great sewing starter kit as a gift!
This is the perfect sewing gift for a newborn baby, it has everything they need to get it ready right away and at a really reasonable price! The kit contains everything from 207 pcs hoops to thread to water-soluble pens and everything in between.
There are some top reviews in this kit, so we are sure that it will do a good job with the lucky person you are giving the gift to.
Embroidery hoop stand
We’re all used to being hands-free while talking on our phones, right? So why do we hold our embroidered hoops when we craft? The use of the embroidered hoop stand allows you to place both hands on the top and bottom of your work, which makes your stitches move back and forth faster than the fabric – plus a little more mind to each embroidery session. Helps to create when you set yourself up. To sew! Find a stand that has adjustable clamps that will work with hoops of different sizes – such as from CraftyImaginationsUK.
Embroidery Storage Bag
Every embroiderer needs some storage for his kit, otherwise all we know is that it will go wrong, and there is nothing worse than confusing an embroidered floss ball. This beautiful tote bag is just that, it has several compartments as well as an initial embroidery set. So it will be suitable for both those who already have a kit and want to store their own and those who are brand new!
We hope you find the perfect gift to give you. If you are starting your next embroidery project, or you want to share some free samples with your friends and family, we have plenty available on the collection.
Let me know if you have more embroidery gift ideas for Christmas, birthdays, or other holidays. I always try to expand my list of ideas because it seems like we have gifts to give.
The earliest surviving embroidery is the Scythian, dating to between the 5th and 3rd centuries BC. From about 330 AD to the 15th century, Byzantium made magnificent gold embroidery.
Embroidery thread is the yarn that is specially made or hand-spun for other forms of embroidery and needlework. Hand embroidery threads include: Creole yarn is a thin 2-ply yarn of wool or less frequently wool-like acrylic.
Embroidery is the art of decorating fabrics or other materials using a needle to sew thread or yarn. Embroidery can also include other materials such as pearls, beads, quills, and sequins.
The world-famous Bayeux Tapestry is the oldest piece of embroidery, dating to about 1066. This 70-meter-long tapestry is actually an embroidered structure reminiscent of the Norman conquest of England.