These are my favorite tools that I pretty much use every day.
I make a lot different things, I like to mix it up so I don't get burnt out on something.
I quit kidding myself and stopped buying the little bottles of craft glue.
I love my hot iron transfer pencil, it's mainly used for transferring embroidery patterns on to fabric via hot iron (duh).
I measure a lot of stuff so I use a basic pen to mark everything and when I make patterns, I write on them to label the sides, the front, etc.
I have an entire old school lunch box full of different colored sharpies. They work great on making patterns on felt.
And for some reason, I forgot to include a regular pencil.
I believe I have over 8 pairs of scissors. I use each pair for different things. Pictured, I have pinking shears, fabric scissors, paper scissors, and an awesome folding pair for traveling.
I don't like to use the fabric pair for paper, I've read conflicting articles on you should/shouldn't use them for multi-use. They may or may not become dull faster. But I do know that the pair I use for paper do not cut fabric at all.
My main passion is embroidery. I use many different hoop styles and sizes.
I tend to keep my embroidery floss wound on bobbins and my cross stitch floss still in the bands in labeled plastic baggies. I have way too many skeins of floss to wind them all.
Last but most certainly not least, my sewing supplies!
I can not live without my seam ripper. We have a love hate relationship.
I use my tailor's chalk a lot! It's easy to use and it just dusts right off.
I have actually gone through several measuring tapes.
That is only one of my six (yes, six) pin cushions/pins (there is a needle and thread on it).
And I really think that a hem gauge is very useful. It has saved me many times.
There are other tools that I do use but only one in a while. These are just the ones that get used daily.