“Skip To My Lou” Bake Craft Sew & Crochet Along Giveaway!!

Today I’m over at Skip to My Lou as part of the Bake Craft Sew & Crochet Along. I am sharing a wonderful crochet pattern perfect for holiday gift giving. In fact, you won’t want to miss all the handmade gift ideas! I have joined over 100 bloggers to share some amazing homemade gift ideas……..AND I get to be part of an amazing giveaway too. Keep reading…

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You can enter to win a $300 Michaels gift card. Yes, you can buy yarn until your heart is content! Follow along with us and you can enter to win each day!

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Handmade Holiday Ideas

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25 Replies to ““Skip To My Lou” Bake Craft Sew & Crochet Along Giveaway!!”

  1. Yasmine says:

    A Capri-Sun pencil case made by my best friend! X

  2. Lori says:

    Yarn found at thrift stores (but not if I win!) and my two yarn-lov in’ cats! Thx for give away.

    1. Lori says:

      Card from my kids. Unoriginal response, but true!

  3. Kara demeio says:

    My one very favorite home made gift would have had to be my aunts cloth fabric christmas pillow stuffed with fluff and wonderful scented pine needles. There are others but that one I still have since she first gave it to me!

  4. Cadry says:

    My mom makes really beautiful things with clay, and she made clay versions of her hands and my dad’s hands. They are so lovely and remind me of them.

  5. Ellie says:

    My mum knits washcloths; not exactly fancy, but they’re so cute I can’t stand to dirty them, so they become oversized coasters and chunky doilies!

  6. Bianca says:

    My most favorite hand made gift is a bacon and eggs scarf with detachable eggs that my mother made me for Christmas when I was about 17. I had seen a picture of one on etsy, but I was just barely learning how to crochet, so I asked my mom to make one for me. When we were looking around on the Internet for a good pattern, and we came across your site Twinkie.

  7. Shuchi Singh says:

    My favorite handmade gifts have been from my mom. She made my sister and I scarfs when we moved away to more wintery climates. Perhaps not terribly unique but I liked them all the same.

  8. Joie Fatale says:

    I received homemade Christmas box/bootie! It’s for putting sweets in and displaying!

  9. Nanette Wymbs says:

    My favorite handmade gift is an afghan my Mom made me for my sweet 16 (I’m now 41) it has my name in popcorn stitches down the center and I still use to this day.

  10. Ashley says:

    My favorite handmade gift was my mom crocheting me a blanket. It’s my favorite one!

  11. L. Maria Reimer says:

    A hopechest made by my brother!!

  12. Bianca says:

    Did my comment get deleted?! Nuuuu!!

    1. Bianca says:

      Oh, never mind. They all came back. My bad.

  13. Melissa says:

    My pen pal made me an “Eat the Rude” cross stitch for me. I absolutely love it!

  14. Ally B says:

    Every year, our youth group has a homemade gift exchange – everyone has these hidden crafting talents that we all never knew about – so far I’ve gotten a screen printed shirt, a wooden mural made from recycled skateboards, and a painting!

  15. MelodyJ says:

    A robe my grandmother sewed. The fabric had a patchwork design.

  16. Claudia says:

    My favourite handmade gifts are the beautiful drawings my nephew makes for me <3

  17. Lindsay says:

    A quilt my grandma gave me before I left for college

  18. Heidi V says:

    A blanket!

  19. Lucy says:

    My favorite handmade gift was a tiny pair of book earrings with actual pages inside.

  20. Leann Malloy says:

    Ohhh I can’t wait to craft for the holidays! XD

  21. Katie says:

    I have always cherished a hand embroidered pillow that my late grandmother made me.

  22. Jonnie says:

    My friend made me a usable pineapple lamp using yellow plastic spoons!

  23. Kiona says:

    My favorite handmade gift was a valentine and drawings from my Sunday school students.

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