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Looking for top gifts to give to the person who loves dolls and likes to sew?
We’ve made it easy to find great gifts that will put a smile on their face.
Here are 15 of the best sewing gift ideas for the loved one on your list.
This mini iron by Steamfast, delivers huge when it comes to tackling wrinkles and creating creases. Its’ small size makes it possible for dolly sewists to open tiny seams and make tiny hemlines lay flat. Kat received this actual iron as a Christmas gift a few years back. It’s one of her favorite sewing tools & gift.
There’s a lot of folding and pressing seams in tiny sewing. The Clover Roll & Press makes that process quick & easy. It’s the first thing I grab when I need to fold a hem or armhole seam. Your gift recipient will be surprised by how handy this tool actually is.
Everything is tiny when sewing for dolls. That’s why every dolly sewist needs a sharp pair of small scissors. With the Singer Detail Scissors a sewist can easily cut tiny curves, notches, straight lines and more. And the scissors are comfortable to use.
A dolly sewist needs fabric! Pick some beautiful solid colors or fabrics with designs that fit their personality. Either way, they’ll be jumping for joy. Use coupon codes to buy more & save more.
Fabric frays and for some reason they seem to fray quicker when sewing tiny. Your dolly sewist will appreciate the bottles of Fray Check.
Your dolly sewist is going to need tiny notions to complete their adorable outfit. Why not give the gift of tiny notions like: button, snaps, hook and loop, zippers and more. Your gift recipient will thank you for the awesome dolly finishes.
If the dolly sewist on your list, enjoys 11cm size dolls, then the popular Obitsu 11 Pattern Paper books by Hobby Japan will make excellent gifts. There are 2 editions of the book: one for boy dolls and the other for girl dolls. Each book features a collection of cute patterns like outfits, shoes, backpacks, hats and more. Language: Japanese.
Help your dolly sewist decorate their sewing space with amusing, doll inspired signs. These unique signs will help keep the spirits high while tackling tiny hemlines & collars.
After fabric, a dolly sewist needs thread. There are a wide variety of colors to choose from. You can simply pick an assortment of colorful threads or you could select a pre-packaged assorted set. Use those coupons to buy more & save more.
The First Maid Outfit – Dollfie Dream – book by Hobby Japan, features maid themed outfits for large Dollfie Dream size dolls. There are patterns for 1 -2 piece outfits, lingerie & hair accessories. The book also covers additional information like sewing tools and best sewing practices. Language: Japanese.
Pins help the dolly sewist hold the pieces together before sewing. And with a few sweeps of the Grabbit Magnetic Pincushion, pins are swiftly picked up and organized. This is one of our favorite tools. And it has many uses.
Mistakes happen and a seam ripper is a dolly sewist best friend. It makes removing stitches or any thread on the fabric easy. It’s a must have tool for any sewist.
This small rotary cutter is a versatile tool. It will allow your dolly sewist to make precise cuts around curves & clean straight lines. All without shifting or distorting the fabric. It’s recommended to use a self healing rotary mat to avoid damages to the work surface. Don’t forget to include it.
Tiny patterns have tiny markings. And dolly sewist need a way to transfer those markings onto fabric. Marking pens are the tools to get the job done. There are a variety of pens to choose from like the Clover Chacopen
The First Doll Coordinate Recipe Book is a fantastic gift for a beginner sewist, an intermediate sewist or an advance sewist. It’s packed with several patterns for all the different skill levels & doll sizes. It also includes several helpful sewing tips. Language: Japanese.
We hope this guide was helpful in finding a sewing gift for the person in your life who loves dolls and likes to sew.
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