Making Presents for Women
Are you still looking for inspiration for gifts to make for women?
and a headscarf.
If you're looking for something for someone close, how about some frilly knickers? Barmy Beetroot tested these and gave them the thumbs up:
Or lacy French knickers from Colette:
Slippers often seem like a bit of a cliche, but not when they're hand made! These are made from a pattern on I think I sew via The Mother Huddle, but there are lots more patterns on Pinterest. There are a couple on my board Crafty Sewing Ideas.
Finally, aprons. Personally, I don't like gifts that are too practical, so if you're going for this option, choose something frilly or frivolous, rather than just practical. This one from Flamingo Toes is simple but a bit frilly and could be jazzed up with pretty fabric - there's still time to order from Print me Pretty!
Even frillier, from Horror Maedchen:
I love this one for Grandma, from In my Shoes. I couldn't find the instructions (you may do better!) but you could copy the idea, using another pattern for the apron. I would imagine the hand prints are made using fabric paint. Dylon makes small jars of fabric paint which you can find in art shops or haberdashers.