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5 Fabulous Mother’s Day Sewing Makes

Mother’s Day is fast approaching, and whether you love sewing and want to incorporate it into the gift you make, or your mum is a keen stitcher and you want to give her something to help with her craft, getting out the needle and thread is a great place to start. Read on to be inspired by these fabulous sewing-themed makes that your mum will love as much as you enjoyed making them.

5 Fabulous Mother’s Day Sewing Makes

1. Picnic Place Setting

A charming springtime picnic is the perfect activity to do with your mum on Mother’s Day – if the weather allows, that is! This handy set will keep your cutlery and napkins from blowing away on a blustery day. Check out Debbie Shore’s handy step-by-step tutorial if you think your mum might love this gift.

2. Scissor Holder

Every stitcher should be armed with a pair of scissors at all times! This handy holder is a great place to keep your scissors safe and protected, and it’ll jazz up the craft room, too. If your mum prefers other crafts, you can always switch up the dimensions of the make to make it useful for whatever tool she loves most. Find the tutorial by Becky Cole here.

3. Cushion

A bright, colourful cushion is the perfect springtime addition to any sofa, and we think your mum will love this geometric diamond design. Why not embroider a sweet message on the back of the cushion to commemorate the special occasion?

4. Love Heart Frame

Although this project was designed as a Valentine’s make, we think it’d make a lovely gift for anyone you love – especially your mum. Charlotte Newland has used a gorgeous embroidery technique to create this box frame art that your mum can display with pride.

5. Sewing Storage

If you’re after a super last-minute gift for your mum, why not help her organise the craft room? This beautiful Sara Signature Sewing Box makes such a lovely present, and best of all it requires no effort at all! For an extra special touch, why not include a few sewing essentials like thread and patterns that you know your mum will love?