This page is intended as a collection of “buying guides” for Christmas, useful when you either do not know what to buy, or are in search of ideas that inspire you.
Note: Some of the links on this page are affiliate links. This means I will receive a commission if you order a product through one of my links. I only recommend products I believe in and use myself.
Let’s start with ageberry.com own lists:
From sewing machines, embroidery, sergers to funny and inexpensive gifts – this list has it (almost) all. Want to know what is my favorite (yes, I got it last Christmas): the large magnetic embroidery hoop. Yes, it is quite expensive, but I used it extensively.
Do you need more sewing machines? Try this: Top-rated sewing machines for beginners.
Do you want to know how I reached my list of “good buys”? Here it is, with explanations: How to buy a sewing machine for beginners
Do you need a serger? In this article Serger vs. sewing machine you will find a list with current prices (towards the end of the page).
But perhaps you want smaller items, that only a specialized quilt shop can offer? Here are some ideas: SewingBySarah has a dedicated page for gift guides: SewingBySarah Gift Guide.
SewingBySarah has a number of helpful lists:
Need more ideas: Here they are:
Amazon can not be ignored here, of course they have “stocking stuffers”; but then what does Amazon NOT have? Here is the Amazon “Stocking stuffers under $20“. Or perhaps you would like a look at “Black Friday Deals List“? What about “Oprah’s Favorite Things“?
Ah, you have children or grandchildren? The brick & mortar stores might have a hard time, but online shopping is thriving! Check out this Toys Gift Ideas from Amazon too.
I really hope these will help make up your mind, or perhaps find that elusive gift that you never know existed but you know will make your day!
Don’t forget about my Christmas ornaments: