Perfect Christmas Gifts For Craft Lovers – Our Guide

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Do you know someone who loves to sew, bake or craft? Struggling to find them the perfect present this Christmas? Well today I have a great set of ideas on what to get your crafty friend or relative this year. Here is my guide to perfect Christmas gifts for craft lovers.

And read on, because at the end I have a great giveaway of some of the products featured in this guide!

*Ad- gifted  and collaborative post –  I was sent some of the items included in this guide to review. But all opinions are my own. For more details please do see my Disclosure Policy 

Perfect Christmas Gifts For Craft Lovers – Our Guide



With Christmas fast approaching I want to give you some brilliant ideas of some perfect gifts for the craft lover in your life. Whether you love sewing, crochet, knitting or paper crafts, there are some brilliant businesses out there that are making excellent products to help you live a more inspired life. Even if you are planning the tradition of secret santa presents or White Elephants, these gifts are perfect for craft lovers.

Crafting and sewing for me is the perfect antidote for the turbulent times in which we live. It promotes mindfulness and helps me personally to relax. I would always encourage people to take up some kind of creative hobby. So why not read through some of these ideas of what to buy a craft lover for Christmas? And maybe consider taking up a crafty pastime yourself?


For The Sewing And Craft Beginner


Why not try a simple sewing kit like this one from I Do Handmade? Becky and her mum Wendy also believe in the calming benefits of a creative hobby. Based in West London, they offer a wide variety of craft kits, from block printing to crochet to macrame. They also run workshops on various crafts.

I Do Handmade Handwarmer Kit

The pretty, well packaged kits come with everything you need to create these wonderful things at home. We were sent their hand warmer craft kit (rrp £9) to try. Whether you sew them by hand or on your machine, they are a lovely easy make with a useful purpose at the end of the day! 

I DO Handmade Hand Warmers


They have kindly given one of these sets to our giveaway (see below). And they stock all manner of other craft kits on their site. They have offered my readers 15% off  any orders from using code AROSETINTEDWORLD15 – this has no expiry date. So do go and check them out!


For The Baking Enthusiast


I love subscriptions as gifts. To me they far outweigh material gifts as they help build memories. So I was delighted when I was contacted by the lovely people at If I Knew You Were Coming.

This small independent company present an exciting new way to bake. You receive a baking kit through your letterbox each month. Each kit contains detailed instructions and ingredients to bake a quick and delicious treat. And you can choose from having a new box every month for 3, 6 or 12 months. Prices start at around £6.50 a month.

If I Knew You Were Coming Baking Subscription box

They provide all the dry ingredients clearly labelled. And you only need to supply a few store cupboard items that they cannot post, such as eggs, milk and oil. All their baking kits are available for individual purchase and include free delivery.

We received 3 sets, but have put one of the sets in the giveaway below. The set that we baked was the Apple Crumble Muffins that we were sent, and it was so easy that Elizabeth (aged 4) could join in. We needed to add oil, an egg and some milk, but everything else was so simple. The muffins came out perfectly and tasted amazing!

Making the Apple Crumble Muffins

Best of all, the company are doing their utmost to be eco friendly. The boxes and a lot of the wrapping is recyclable and the ‘plastic’ ingredient bags are biodegradable and compostable. The wrapping inside the box is reusable greaseproof paper. It went straight in my baking drawer!

For Keen Sewers


I would always advocate buying a cheap entry level sewing machine if you have a budding sewist. A lot of the toy sewing machines out there on the market have got some very bad reviews. So even if you have a small child who wishes to sew it may be worth looking online locally or on eBay for a local full size machine that you may be able to get for a really cheap price. 


Hemline Advent Calendar


However, if that is not within your budget, or the person is more of a hand sewist, then this advent calendar from Hemline is a lovely idea to count down to the big day. With a different sewing related tool behind every window, the recipient will end up with a brilliant array of sewing paraphernalia to see them through most sewing projects. 

Worth at least £30 , you can find them at Amazon, John Lewis, and lots of other online stockists. But I have one to win in the competition below!


For Crafty Kids And Adults Alike


There are lots of craft kits to buy online. But one of the best ideas I have seen this year in the run up to Christmas is this craft advent calendar from Make The Lakes.

Based in Cumbria (The Lake District), Kym at Make the Lakes has an online shop, but also runs craft retreats and workshops from her studio. Sadly, she has had to postpone all her workshop sessions in the face of the current pandemic, but her online shop remains open.

And this year she has created a brilliant advent calendar of crafts to make in the run up to the big day. With 5 mini step by step projects where a new step is revealed daily, it will keep you crafting down the days until Christmas!

Make The Lakes Advent Calendar Craft Box

The advent calendar craft box contains 24 numbered envelopes. Each envelope contains the next step and materials to make your 5 festive craft projects. The advent calendars cost £40 and are available on her site here.

But she also sells lots of other craft kits, including this Christmas craft kit worth £9.50 that she has kindly gifted for my giveaway. See how you can win this perfect Christmas Gift for craft lovers below.

Make The Lakes Christmas Gift Set


No Matter What You Buy

No matter what you buy for your craft loving friend, I would urge you to support your local businesses and shops too. So if there is a local independent craft or fabric shop, do go visit them, see if they have an online outlet or do a click and collect service. In these very uncertain times it is vital to use them or lose them.

I lost one of my favourite local sewing shops this year. It had been going for many many years, but just could not take the downturn in sales, and the owner was not technical enough to go online.

And I would also say that I think that experiences are much better than material things, so it may be worth asking your craft loving friend if there is a craft they are longing to try, but haven’t got around to yet. There are so many craft kits and online tutorials out there that you are sure to find one that fits the bill perfectly!

Happy crafting!

It’s Time For A Giveaway!


Prize Bundle Of Crafting And Sewing Items

Fancy winning a selection of these Perfect Christmas Gifts For Craft Lovers? You have the chance to win the bumper bundle of products in the picture above! Thank you so much to the businesses concerned for supplying this amazing prize of

  • Hemline Advent Calendar
  • Make The Lakes Craft Kit
  • I Do Handmade hand warmer kit and
  • If I Knew You Were Coming muffin baking box


All these items would normally cost around £55. To be in with a chance to win, enter using the form below. Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

The competition is open to entrants from the UK only. The winner will be chosen at random after the competition closes – but see the full t&cs below.

Terms and Conditions of Giveaway
  • Giveaway ends at midnight on Sunday 22nd November 2020 (00:00 on 23/11/20)
  • There is one prize only – which consists of a selection of craft products worth around £55
  • The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative is offered.  
  • This giveaway is limited to UK entrants aged 18 or over. If you enter from out of the UK, your entry will be deleted.
  • By providing your information, you are providing your information to me and me alone. I do not share or sell information. I will use any information only for the purpose of contacting the Winner.  
  • This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
  • The Winner will be contacted by email within 72 hours of the giveaway ending.
  • If no response is received from the Winner within 72 hours of being contacted, a subsequent Winner may be selected. 
  • Finally, entry to this prize draw confirms that participants have read, understood and agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions. If you have any additional questions, please contact me.

PLEASE NOTE: Sadly, though I will finish this competition the week before Advent starts, and will post the prize by first class recorded post, I cannot guarantee delivery in time for December the first. Normally, the Post Office could get the package to the recipient in around 2-3 days, but considering current UK events and the Christmas mail, it may take longer. I am so sorry if it doesn’t get there in time. I will do my best, but cannot be held responsible for delays in postage times.


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Perfect Christmas Gifts For Craft Lovers - Know someone who loves to sew, bake or craft? Struggling to find an ideal present? Here are my ideas for some of the best presents for crafty sewists, craft enthusiasts and keen bakers out there. Lovely little gifts and stocking fillers that crafters of all ages will enjoy. Craft kits, sewing tools, advent calendars. A guide to finding the perfect inspiring crafting gift.


140 Replies to “Perfect Christmas Gifts For Craft Lovers – Our Guide”

  1. Charlotte isobelle says:

    My fave craft is crocheting, I made a mobile for my little one when he was first born.

  2. Tracy Nixon says:

    I love English Paper Piecing, hand embroidery and knitting at the moment!

    1. Andrea Fletcher says:

      My favourite crafts are knitting and card making.

    2. Maria b says:

      I have a sewing machine and am a complete novice. I am determined to get better at it though!

  3. Karen Richards says:

    Love baking. Would love to know how to do the fancy cupcake frosting designs though.

    1. Kerry Taylor says:

      I’ve been card making for years, but since having my son, I do a lot more baking!

    2. Jackie L says:

      I’m very much into knitting at the moment, but maybe thats because I have a new little grandaughter to knit blankets, hats and jackets for. As she grows up I think I’ll be sewing dresses for her

  4. Chani Lewis says:

    My recent crafting craze has been to make pom pom garlands in lovely colours to brighten up these winter days.

  5. Charlie Fellows says:

    My fave craft technique is words placement and using different textures to create junk journals.

  6. Sharon Hirst says:

    Knitting and cross stitch are my favourite crafts

  7. Michelle Smith says:

    Crochet is my favourite craft, thanks to Kerry Lord at Toft.

  8. Sheena Batey says:

    I am a sewer and knitter and do make Christmas presents

  9. Alison Johnson says:

    I love cross stitching although I have just got back into knitting too.

  10. Wendy Smith says:

    I love all aspects of sewing, dressmaking, soft furnishings, toy making, anything and everything

  11. Pippa Ainsworth says:

    My favourite craft is sewing, I’ve never got on with the yarn crafts well

  12. fiona waterworth says:

    thanks to the lockdown, I have taken up knitting

  13. Mark R says:

    My favourite craft is making things from driftwood and other beachcombing treasures.

  14. Claire Reeves says:

    At the moment it is sewing but I have tried needlefelting in the past, it’s fun but takes longer than I have patience for and knitting, blurgh! SO boring! Sorry to all knitters but I just can’t get on with it. I tried to knit myself a hat once and ended up with a vary small beret style thing as I just couldn’t finish it! Haha!

  15. Caroline Tinsley says:

    I do all kinds of crafts – card-making, crochet, cross stitch, a bit of sewing. The Hemline Advent calendar has caught my eye!

    1. Jo Boyne says:

      I actually looked online for this and it is becoming harder to find!

  16. Carole Nott says:

    I like cross-stitch and other types of embroidery

  17. Megan Kinsey says:

    I love needle felting but recently I’ve got into doing cross-stitch hoops.

  18. Jane Willis says:

    I’ve been through spells of loving all kinds of different crafts in my life but the one I seem to have settled down for keeps with is cardmaking, using paper crafts of all kinds but principally rubberstamping.

  19. Sam says:

    I’m obsessed with sewing, I have been making all sorts at the moment, from a mask to an apron (nearly finished!)

  20. Maria P says:

    I love patchworking – it is time consuming but could turn out really nice

  21. Andrea Upton says:

    I like lots of different crafts, but I think in the winter knitting and baking

    1. sarah prescott says:

      I really enjoy quilting. I have made one quilt for my daughter and am currently making one for our bed.

  22. Jo m welsh says:

    I enjoy crochet I only learnt last year so still picking up lots of new techniques

  23. Jenny McClinton says:

    I enjoy doing cross stitch and my daughter has recently done some sewing at school and loved it.

  24. Rebecca Nisbet says:

    I enjoy cross stitch, i use to do it alot when i was in my depression, and it really took me away from everything, I do not do it as much anymore, but i have created some lovely ones.

  25. Rebecca Beesley says:

    i’ve always enjoyed card making but recently did my first ever cross stitch which was so therapeutic!

  26. Susan B says:

    I dabble in card making and cross stitch but enjoyed smocking a while back.

  27. jo liddement says:

    I have been teaching myself to sew, using YouTube to guide me, and have made two tops for myself.

  28. pete c says:

    baking has got to be mine (but am just learning knitting too!)

  29. Lilyfae says:

    I’ve recently got a back into sewing after a long hiatus, but I love lots of different crafts from upcycling to polymer clay.
    A creative outlet brings such joy.

  30. Iris says:

    My favorite are cross stitching and knitting, especially socks I think I have knitted enough during lockdown to keep my family in woolly socks for years

  31. Victoria Prince says:

    My favourite is cross stitch, though I love experimenting with different crafts. This is a fab bundle!

  32. Jen Dixon says:

    I love all crafting but my favourite is knitting as I find it so relaxing!

  33. Anna Thomas says:

    I like to try all crafts, but crochet is my favourite.

  34. justine meyer says:

    I love anything crafty I really don’t have a favourite

  35. lynn neal says:

    I will have a go at most crafts but sewing is my favourite!

  36. Lynn Brown says:

    I have so many crafty hobbies but I like speed! So probably cardmaking as I can achieve quicker results.

  37. Troy Easton says:

    I would have to be card making with the help of kit makers.

  38. Tina Lawton says:

    I like to have a try at most things, i’m always crocheting at the minute. I have a little one on the way so I’m currently making lots of hats and blankets.

  39. A.E. ADKINS says:

    Knitting twiddlemuffs for Alzheimers patients at the moment but enjoy most crafting although not necessarily proficient at any of them!

  40. Laura Corrall says:

    I love crochet, I can’t read the patterns so I tend to copy and crochet along with the youtube tutorials.

  41. Jennifer Rhymer says:

    I love cross stitch, I’m currently making a table cover for my aunt! x

  42. Patricia Avery says:

    I used to knit and sew a lot but nowadays I get more pleasure from calligraphy and baking

  43. Victoria Easton says:

    Card making, tapestry and needlepoint, at the moment!

  44. Jen Allford says:

    I loved paper cutting but unfortunately haven’t had time to continue it recently, I’m looking forward to trying out some new crafts this festive season as we try to keep my boys occupied and excited!

  45. claire willmer says:

    My favourite is sewing but I am wanting to learn more knitting as I only know the basics.

  46. Katrina Adams says:

    I love cross-stitching and crochet, but would really like to get more into sewing.

  47. Mary Baldwin says:

    My favourite crafts are knitting and sewing, but I’m trying to teach myself crochet. Would love to have someone to show me how to do it properly, perhaps next year….

  48. Charlotte L says:

    I love card making and baking but really want to get into dressmaking

  49. Sandra Fortune says:

    I like quite a few making Christmas cards at the moment I like doing the decoupage ones

  50. katherine s says:

    I have just started to learn to sew and I’m really enjoying it. Hopefully next year my sewing will be good enough to give some homemade gifts.

  51. Monica Gilbert says:

    I love so many crafts, but I think I’d go with cross stitch as my favorite. I’ve been doing it for around 30 years now. It’s my relaxing go to craft.

  52. Adrian Bold says:

    Cross stitching is my favourite crafting, followed by card making.

  53. Jeanette Leighton says:

    I love cross stitching but also baking is fun

  54. Rebecca Townsend says:

    I’m passionate about lots of crafts, but quilling is my favourite (at the moment!)

  55. Theresa Thomas says:

    I love card making. I make all the cards I send to my family and friends

    1. Tee Simpson says:

      Baking is my favourite at the moment although I am getting into sewing.

  56. Kristyn Harris says:

    I enjoy the variety of card making. So many designs and ideas to choose from!

  57. Charlotte Wilde says:

    i just love knitting – i have also recently got into darning!!

  58. Sarah Roberts says:

    l love embroidery and cross stitching its so amazing to see the picture grow

  59. Fiona jk42 says:

    I love sewing, especially things for the home. I also like making things for my granddaughter and her dollies.

  60. fiona d says:

    Me & my daughter have taken up needle felting, she’s much better at it than me, I keep stabbing myself!


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