Baby it's cold outside!  Why not make a few of these adorable hand warmers for those on your gift list?  These little bundles will keep those fingers warm on even the coldest of days.




This is a quick and easy project from Brit+Co that will help you organize your cords, ear buds, and charging cables.  It's also a great "man" gift just in time for the holidays.



Are you looking for a last minute gift for that frequent traveler in your family?  We found this quick and easy a luggage handle cover that will make the bag stand out in the sea of black bags on the carousel.  On second thought, you might want to make several.




These adorable pin cushions from Camille Roskelley and WeAllSew.com would make great gifts this season for all your quilting friends.

Star members can learn more about Camille in Show 706: Quilting Through Fresh Eyes.


Whether you want to make it as a gift or keep it for yourself, here's a simple crossbody purse project from Fiskars that's great for any time of the year.



Are you looking for a way to keep all of your lunch time items together to avoid the crazy morning rush?  Take the boring out of lunch with a carrier that just might fit the bill. We found this stylish tote that will hold all of your lunch necessities.  The easy tutorial can be found here.  You might want to make a few for others on your 'gifting list' this holiday.

Follow along with Julie Cefalu, The Crafty Quilter, as she makes this adorable mini-quilt.  You don't need much; scraps will do.
For the entire mini-quilt, you only need 1/4 yard of white fabric, 1/4 yard of red fabric, 1/4 yard of red print fabric and 1/8 yard of gray.  A fat quarter is enough for the backing and you are on your way.


Jill Finley of Jillily Studio has some cute Christmas Placemats you can put together in time for the holidays. 




Fabric clutches are all the rage right now.  They can be made from vintage Indian Kantha cloth, denim, leather, and even up-cycled plastic tablecloths.  Why not make one for the trendy girl on your holiday list?  We found a fast and easy tutorial that offers the basics of construction.  After that, the sky's the limit when you use your imagination.


With the rush of the holidays it's easy to forget that the BERNINA educators are here to help with your 'quilty gifts'.  Check out these great tutorials, which just might save you some minor headaches during this major holiday season.

Piping Using Men's Ties (11/4/14)
Making Quilt Labels (1/25/13)
Binding By Machine (2/21/13)
Scalloped Corded Edges (12/5/11)
Gathering Techniques (11/17/11)
Seaming Hand-Knits (9/2/11)
Flat Multi-cord Couching (7/7/11)

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