We asked amazing quilter, quilt magazine writer and blogger Kerry, from Very Kerry Berry, what she recommends for quilters - check out her list if you're looking for Christmas present ideas!

Must Haves for Quilters: Kerry's Picks

I can never have enough cutting tools- I like them to be sharp and as safe as possible to use and Olfa are my go-to brand for rotary cutters and as we are thinking about gifts, why not have a patterned rotary cutter
Fiskars 45mm Geometric Rotary Cutter
There are also matching scissors if you like to co-ordinate your sewing room. 
Fiskars 21cm Inspiration Geometric General Purpose Scissors
I like to have some cute and sharp smaller scissors for stray threads and hand sewing and these coloured handle stork style scissors are hard to resist and also come with a protective cover to guard their point.  Available in yellow, teal or pink.


Cloud Craft Yellow Stork Embroidery Scissors


When I go to shows and meet-ups, I can’t resist a little easy sewist identification by wearing something that hints at my obsession,  I’ve seen this necklace on a sewing friends and I may just have to get one myself!
Stork Scissors Charm Necklace by Wild Olive
There seems to be no limit to the quantity of fabric a quilter can have.  If I was going to sneak a few more FQs into my stash, I would be very tempted by these Liberty pastel prints...
Liberty Pastels Medium Fat Quarter Bundle
And if you are looking for stocking fillers, I can recommend a  sewing gauge, so useful for checking seam allowance, placement, turning points and much more! 
Hemline Sewing Gauge and Point Turner
A Sewline glue pen is always useful as a quick way to baste for EPP or to hold that first piece of fabric in place when foundation paper piecing. 
Sewline Fabric Glue Pen
Plus a quilter can never have enough mini fabric clips, perfect for holding binding in place! 
Green Mini Fabric Clips 10pk
November 25, 2018