6 Gifts for Die-Hard Quilters

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If you live with a quilter, or know a quilter, you're probably reluctant to buy them more fabric this holiday season. And that's okay!

Fabric choice is personal, but the love of quilting...that's a little more universal. So instead of researching charm packs and fabric bundles this year, give your quilter something they'll love, no matter their fabric vibe.

Stay cozy

This graphic sweatshirt says it all. Of course it's perfect for a relaxing day in front of the sewing machine, but really, it's going to get worn all. the. time.
Patchwork Threads $49
Photo courtesy of Patchwork Threads

Speaking of cozy, what about a warm mug of tea or coffee to start the day? Quilters will appreciate the subtle flying geese motif on this handcrafted beauty.
CultivareGoods $38
Photo courtesy of CultivareGoods

Quilty bling

Diamonds are great and all, but what your quilter really wants is some bling that keeps quilting close to her heart. This handcrafted sewing needle necklace is elegant and on point.
TEOMANDESIGN $45
Photo courtesy of TEOMANDESIGN

For the quilter with a sense of humor, this enamel pin celebrates the humble yet mighty seam ripper.
Colette $10
Photo courtesy of Colette

Elevated essentials

Looking for a gift that's a little more hands-on? Quilters can never have too many rotary cutters, especially when they look this good.
Craftsy $19

Pins are another one of those things that you can never have too many of. The beautiful glass tops on these ones, though, take a quilting staple way beyond basic.
Craftsy $8.50

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