Knitters can already create all manner of gifts. We have all received their Holiday scarves, winter hats and thick wooly sweaters. So when it’s time to gift the perennial gifter, what’s the perfect gift? I’m going to say; tools that fuel their established pattern of endless knitted gifts. Everyone wins – they get cool accessories, and you likely get more knitted goodies. And the circle of gifting continues…
Stephanie van der Linden incorporates design elements from traditional textiles all over the world to bring global designs to your feet. I’m almost positive this is not appropriation, but I’m open to debate.
Blocking mats help knitters and crocheters stitch more accurately. This way their next set of Japanese lace and Turkish rug inspired socks will be impeccably knitted.
The hardest part of starting a project is just that; starting! The novice knitter will love this manual on the perfect start and end to every knitting project. It will save them hours of wondering when the scarf ends.
Get ready for this truth bomb – knitters can never have too many knitting bowls. Okay, that might be hyperbolic but, really, this handmade ceramic knitting bowl is as lovely as a knick-knack on a shelf as it is to knit with.
Knitters give the best holiday gifts. Celebrate all the years of matching hat and scarf sets, cozy sweaters, and thick socks with this knitting needles glass ornament.
Knitting can take up a lot of space; yarn, needles, yarn, counters, yarn, patterns, and more yarn. Help your friends before they drown in fibers with this vertical craft organizer.
These sleek, birch wood, interchangeable needles are an ice cream pastel fantasy. For your friend who knits exclusively in cotton candy shades of lavender, pink and blue, this is the perfect gift.
A knitter needs precisely pointed scissors, but no one wants the pointiest, sharpest snippers just laying around in their soft, cozy knitting nest. These classic folding scissors close up to protect the user from the points and protect the points from everything else.
Imagine how frustrating it must be to be keeping track of your own tiny stitches, counting into the hundreds, and some jabroney comes along spouting off about sports scores or the price of salt. Argh! This shirt understands.
The gift of picking out whatever the heck you want is always appreciated. If the only thing you know about the person you’re shopping for is that they are a knitter then you can’t go wrong with a KnitPicks gift card.
If you’re not someone who knows a whole lot about the art of knitting, this kit will make you look like a freaking expert, which is great for a gift giver. It’s stocked with circular, double and single point needles, handmade stitch markers and knitters balm, all tucked into a handmade silk purse. Swoon.
Knitting is a perfect travel pastime but knitting bowls are less than travel-friendly. This knitter’s bag serves the very same purpose, on the go!
A knitting counter protect knitters from loud-counting jabroneys that distract them from keeping track of their stitches. That’s why every knitter needs a stitch counter.
Another great gift idea for the knitter on the go is this knitter’s tote that keeps 10 bundles of yarn, needles, and patterns all zipped up tight.
Never upset someone who’s primary hobby is making precise hand and finger movements with actual big honking needles. Just don’t do that. Don’t be like this pillow guy.
Machinery like this takes a knitter’s whole game up a level. This is for detailed knot/stitch work that is more precise than the naked eye can handle.
Tell the master knitter in your life just how much you appreciate all their handiwork by literally having your feeling etched onto their knitting needles. These bamboo needles can be customized to say just about anything, so go ahead, get personal.
This popular yarn tote holds 8 skeins of yarn plus all the supplies a knitter on the go may need, in a handy waterproof shell. It’s available in three bright, show-stopping colors so that traveling, yarn drum carrying knitters can identify each other.
Knitting isn’t relegated to cold weather accessories, you know. These looms assist in the creation of doilies, doll skirts, round topped hats and whatever else the designer can think up.
Knitting bowls are a requirement, and for families with small, eager, child hands exploring every nook and cranny of the home, ceramic bowls might not be the best idea. That’s why this rubberized knitting bowl is such a thoughtful gift for the quick knitting mommy.
Intricate designs require a few more tools than needles, yarn, and dexterous fingers. Locking stitch markers ensure the cable knit sweater you’re getting for Christmas has a flawless teddy bear motif, and the knitter didn’t tear their hair out trying to nail the design.
When your favorite knitter is working diligently on their next legendary fair isle sweater, these stitch markers will keep their colors separated, their designs crisp and their isle’s fair.
Remind your GOT obsessed friend that winter is indeed always either coming or already here, so they should always be knitting. Well, they should be knitting faster…
Come to think of it, a lady never discusses the size of a lot of things. Or maybe she does. Actually, it’s none of my business how a lady chooses to live her life, and she is free to either discuss the heck out of her yarn stash or not. Her call.
Working with several skeins of yarn at once can get really messy really quick. Yarn winders save a lot of time and energy organizing loose yarn so your knitter buddies can spend more time actually knitting.