Still Time to Sew a Fabulous Gift for Christmas

Easy patterns to make for gifts that require little to no fitting. As seen on the McCall Pattern Company blog.

There may be only ten days left until Christmas, but you still have enough time to sew a gift for your sister, mom or BFF. Seriously, you can do it! We’ve picked five easy patterns that don’t require any fitting or complicated sewing. And remember, homemade gifts are better than store-bought!

Easy patterns to make for gifts that require little to no fitting. As seen on the McCall Pattern Company blog.
Make Butterick B6250 out of French terry just like this inspiration cardi from Sundance and the recipient will looooove you. Choose a soft knit that looks good on both sides.

Easy patterns to make for gifts that require little to no fitting. As seen on the McCall Pattern Company blog.
2) We love the thought of this waterfall vest in a lightweight sweatshirt knit—so cozy! Use Butterick B6244 but omit the sleeves.

Easy patterns to make for gifts that require little to no fitting. As seen on the McCall Pattern Company blog.
3) Blanket capes and ponchos are trending big-time this season, and this pattern (Vogue Patterns V9038) will sew up lightning fast. Look for soft, blanket-like wool and fleeces.

Easy patterns to make for gifts that require little to no fitting. As seen on the McCall Pattern Company blog.

4) Robes are always popular gifts. This kimono-style robe pattern (McCall’s M7297) lets you have fun with print mixing and color blocking.

Easy patterns to make for gifts that require little to no fitting. As seen on the McCall Pattern Company blog.

5) A girly apron is perfect for your friend who loves to cook. Try McCall’s M7305 and look for fun cotton prints at your local fabric store.

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Happy holidays from your friends at the McCall Pattern Company! We’re going to take the rest of the month off from blogging, but we’ll still be active on our other social media through December. Thanks for reading this blog in 2015 and we hope you stick with us in 2016. Merry Christmas!

 

1 comment
  1. I wanted to share how much I appreciated this particular posting! I plan on doing these regardless of it being the Christmas season.

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