Handmade Holiday Gifts for Guys + Giveaway!

Looking for that perfect idea to create a handmade gift for a special guy? Look no further, we’re sharing our favorite, free projects and tutorials from WeAllSew that make great handmade holiday gifts for guys!

Need a few pointers on sewing for that special guy? Melissa Mortenson offers her best Tips for Sewing Gifts for Guys in this post.

DIY dapper tie tutorial

With a dash of fun fabric and the DIY Dapper Tie tutorial, you can make a sweet tie for the guy you know! Learn the basics of a good necktie construction including picking out a soft fabric, cuting the pattern on the bias, and using some good structure for support.


Modern Monogram finished

Monograms are a classic way to add a personal touch to clothing, and can provide a thoughtful, personal touch to gifts. They can also be clean and modern additions to subtly personalize something for yourself or for others, such as the Modern Monogram in this tutorial!

DIY Blanket Scarf

You can make this simple Buffalo Plaid Scarf as great companion for chilly fall and winter weather in less than an hour! Learn how with the DIY Blanket Scarf tutorial here.

T-shirt tutorial

Does your special guy have a drawer full of old tees that never get worn? Why not turn those old tees into a keepsake blanket using your overlocker! Find the instructions to make a T-shirt Blanket here on WeAllSew.


Put a modern twist on an outdoor theme by creating a buck to hang on the wall – a hand made buck, that is! Find the downloadable templates and tutorial to create the Deer Quilt designed by Luke Haynes here.

These simple to sew bowls make the perfect catch-all to hold pocket contents! Place one on a dresser top, an entry way table near the front door, or in the laundry room. Learn how to Rock a Rope Bowl in this fun tutorial.

DIY Car show polishing cloth

Do you know a guy who’s got a beloved vintage vehicle? These soft, 100% cotton polishing clothes are a nice handmade way to keep vintage vehicles dusted and ready for any cruise night or weekend car show. Find instructions to make these DIY Detailing Cloths here.

DIY Monogrammed Waxed Canvas Travel bag- a great DIY idea for a gift for a guy.. would be a fun Father's Day Gift!

If your guy loves to travel, this canvas ditty bag is a must-have for holding toiletries on the go. Add a monogram for a special, persona touch! Click here to find the Waxed Canvas Travel Bag Tutorial.

Wash and Wear Applique Bag

Another great travel accessory is a laundry bag to hold dirty clothes to toss right into the laundry room when you’re back home again. Find the simple to sew DIY Laundry Bag with Appliqué tutorial here at WeAllSew.

Leather Trimmed Laptop Case

When your laptop is your data center, you want to be sure it gets the protection it deserves. With its clean lines and distinctive textures, this chic, leather-trimmed laptop case is sure to be a favorite! Click to find out How to Make a Leather Trimmed Laptop Case.

One of the simplest wallets you’ll ever see, the Money Clip Wallet includes a pocket for cards and a strap to keep bills in check. Learn how to make a Money Clip Wallet here at WeAllSew.

Sewing Notion Giveaway!

One lucky WeAllSew reader will win this fun prize package including one Reverse A Rule Triangle  ruler, one BERNINA Buttonhole foot with slide #3A, and one large BERNINA embroidered tote bag!

BERNINA Buttonhole Foot With Slide #3A

All you have to do is post a comment below and answer the question,

“What is your favorite quick project to make as a gift for a special guy?”

The the giveaway is open through Friday, November 30th, 2018.

The giveaway is open to residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia. One comment per fan. Comment must be submitted to the WeAllSew.com blog by November 30, 2018 at 11:59 PM Central Time. Winner will be chosen randomly. Winner will be notified by email and will have 48 hours to contact to claim the prize.

Good luck!

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