Time Is Running Out! Enter to Win Our #MyHandmadeHoliday Giveaway Today

Handmade and heartfelt holidays can’t wait until December. The prep work begins as soon as summer ends — which is why we’re getting ready for Christmas, Hanukkah and more winter holidays starting now!

We want to see how you're gearing up for gift season!

Show us what you’re working on and you could win a mystery box filled with our favorite holiday picks, like holiday quilt kits, red and green yarn or online classes to make your projects better than ever.

Woman Quilting at Sewing Machine

Here's how to enter:

Snap a photo of your holiday prep in action — maybe it’s your growing stash, your cozy crafting space or your gifts-in-progress. Then post the photo on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter using the hashtag #MyHandmadeHoliday.

The deadline to post your photo is Friday, September 30 at 11:59 pm MT. We’ll then pick one lucky crafter and notify them via social media. Even if you don’t win, your photos could be featured on Craftsy!

Need a little holiday inspiration?

We've rounded up our best gift ideas, favorite holiday patterns and expert tips into two flippable gift guides — one for knitters, one for quilters. Take a peek below!

A Knitter's Handmade HolidayA Quilter's Handmade Holiday Cover

11 Comments

LL

How about knitting some cotton dishcloths. They always seem to go over very well with my friends. Or if you are a sewer…. a reversible tote bag.

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Gwen Malinowski

Last year I made infinity scares using Minky. This year I’m making washable fabric grocery totes.

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Sarah R.

Depending on what kind of fashion your girlfriends are into, you could always go with some pretty boot toppers with some neat buttons, or some fingerless gloves. Maybe a matching set over the span of two years? And an infinity scarf, like Gwen mentioned, for year three?!

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Sona Bran

Are we supposed to put the pics on Craftys FB or our own FB with the #MyHandmadeHoliday?

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Kristin Doherty

Hi there! Great question. Either page is totally fine. As long as you use the #MyHandmadeHoliday hashtag, we should be able to find your post.

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susan gooding

When I paint I do not daw out the price I just paint it am I not doing this right I tried to daw it out did not work well

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julia laughlin

anyone know of DIY Holiday ornaments made with styrofoam balls, pins, beads, ribbons, etc. I used to make these with my mom. Now, I want to make them with my daughter and grandchildren.

thank you!
Julia

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Gail shier

I am planning on making placemats, in pretty bright colours. Everyone can always use more placemats. Mug rugs would also work really well.

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