With Mother’；s Day on the way we’；re sharing our favorite gifts to sew for mom. From pretty accessories to practical items like a reusable market tote， you’；re sure to find something that fits your mom’；s style in our Mother’；s Day gift ideas from WeAllSew.
Here are some favorite all-around gift ideas for mom.lace pillowcases
Say “；I love you mom!”； with this pretty patchwork heart pillow by Minki Kim! Learn how to make the Patchwork Heart Pillow here at WeAllSew.
Butterflies are a timeless symbol of the celebration of life. This beautiful necklace designed by Sue O’；Very is simply embroidered in-the-hoop! Click here to find the Butterfly Necklace free embroidery design and tutorial.
Why not make mom a mini quilt in her favorite colors or fabric prints？ The Turning Triangles mini designed by Melissa Mortenson is so simple to make， you’；ll have one finished in no time.
Cuff bracelets are fun and easy to make with your sewing machine. Learn how to sew leather bracelets here， and how to create pretty lacy ribbon cuffs here.
If mom is big on plantspersonalised gifts， create a custom hanging plant basket with this simple tutorial! Find the Canvas Hanging Plant Basket tutorial here.
Does your mom love to cook？ Here are Mother’；s Day gift ideas for the kitchen from WeAllSew!
These sweet circle shaped potholders are quick to stitch together and make a great gift for mom’；s! Find the Circle Potholder tutorial here at WeAllSew.
This all-around apron is perfect for the kitchen， crafts， or garden! Use favorite fabrics or add appliqué or embroidery to linen for a special， personalized apron gift. Click here to find the All-Purpose Apron Tutorial.
Use a simple dye kit paired with pretty cotton to create handmade Shibori dyed tea towels. Learn all about the dye kit， the simple Shibori dye method， and making the tea towels in the Shibori Indigo Dyed Tea Towel tutorial.
Reusable market bags are so handy for the farmer’；s market or a trip to the grocery store. Make a batch of recycled market bags for mom with this tutorial.
Share a cup of tea with mom on these fun patchwork gingham look placemats. Click here to learn How to Make Gingham Placemats at WeAllSew.
If your mom sews， or wants to learn how to sew， try one of these Mother’；s Day gift ideas from WeAllSew.
Set up a special start-to-sew tool kit for any mom who wants to learn the skill of sewing. Visit the Basic Sewing Tools for Beginners post to find out what tools are must-have’；s for first time sewists.
Handmade pincushions are fun little gifts to make， and are forever useful. These sweet pincushions feature colorful appliqué fruit and decorative sewing machine stitches. Find the Handmade Felt Appliqué Pincushion tutorial here.
This quick-to-stitch pocket organizer holds a small pair of snips， needles and pins， and has a little side pocket. Learn how to make a Mini Scissors Case with Needle Minder here.
If you’；ve got a mom who loves to sew in a favorite arm chair or couch， this Tool Caddy Thread Catcher is the perfect gift! It has a nice big container to hold thread ends and scraps， and will keep all those little hand tools in one place.
As fall unfolds, there’s one home trend that keeps us all warm: cashmere. Drape your decor with soft, toasty cashmere. Whether folded over the back of the sofa or placed across the foot of the bed, cashmere throws lend their inviting touch to interior design and welcome guests with their exquisite comfort. Cashmere layers beautifully with other fall textures like faux fur, mohair, merino wool, and velvet.
It’s spring in Kentucky which means only one thing, it’s Derby Time!! I know that you’ve heard me say it before, but Derby time in Kentucky is one of my most favorite times of the year. There are loads of great activities for families and the whole city puts on a great show to welcome everyone to town. We have had a Kentucky Derby Party several times – it’s usually very kid friendly and casual. This year I was inspired to plan something a bit fancier, and have been pinning Kentucky Derby Party ideas like a mad woman.
If any of you have been reading this ol’ blog for any amount of time, you know that my favorite thing to sew….is KID CLOTHES!? Kids bodies are so simple and don’t need a lot of fussy techniques to create really cute things.? And kids are so much less fussy about how things look on their body….so there’s that too! ;)? And yeah, sometimes I like to make more intricate things for them (like, Halloween….which is right around the corner—squeeeeal!!!)…..but for the most part, I like making simple things that come together quickly!? I’m a sucker for fabric and oftentimes buy fabric ahead of time just because I like it, without any clue what I’m going to make with it.