Quilter's Gift Guide

Does your family and friends struggle to figure out just what to get you for a gift?  No more!  You can point them in the direction of this little quilter's gift guide so you get a gift that you will absolutely love.  The guesswork is taken out of gift giving for your friends and family plus you won't have to return gifts you can't use.  I've covered all price points so no matter the budget you are certain to find something on this list that will make the quilter very happy.

gift guide for the quilter in your life

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My Favorites




I adore my Havel's Fabric cutter and ruler in one.  It is amazing!!  It made cutting all those squares a breeze.




I bought this for my husband last year for Christmas.  It makes marking things so much easier.  Plus you can buy "lead" for it which is nice. I have a video on how to refill the lead.




I have this but really any quilting stencil makes a great gift.  It can be used for hand or machine quilting.




I'm not sure what I did before we got this.  It's amazing to cut disappearing blocks on.  I also use it to cut HSTs on it too.



A magnet pin caddy is the greatest thing since slice bread.  The sad thing is many quilters will not buy this for themselves.

My Wish List

These are things I would love to have.  If you want to buy me one of these I wouldn't turn it down. lol

This is the Accuquilt Go! Big Electric cutter.  It's a die cutter for fabric.  You just put your fabric and the die, push a button, and it cuts the fabric.  Nothing comes out wonky there's no variance due to human error.  I've seen these in action and ever since it's been on my wish list.

If your quilter already has one of these, lucky duck, a die set would be awesome.  These are on my wishlist.
Double Wedding Ring
 The double wedding ring is one of my favorite blocks.  It is a pain to cut out though and has to be done very precisely.  I don't know of a quilter who wouldn't love to have this.
Drunkard's Path
This is another one of those blocks that's a pain to cut by hand.  There are many more die cut options on the site these are just my favorites.




A long arm quilting machine is certainly on my wish list.  Someday I will have one.  ;)




I really can't tell you why I don't have this.  It's in my Amazon cart now.

A gift card to the local quilt shop or Missouri Star Quilt Company is always a great gift too.  No quilter has too much fabric.  Just ask us.  Need even more ideas for gifts?  Check out my 2015 Gift Guide

Check out our other gift guides to find out our latest ideas for gift giving.

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About Melissa Shields

Mel is a 30 something year old quilter, attempting to balance her old school roots with today's trends. When not sewing or shopping for a new sewing machine Mel enjoys reading, reality TV, and Nascar.

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