Best knitting gift?

I love having wool bowls all over my house. They're a great way to showcase your favorite threads, as well as current work in progress. Pun lovers will never want to take off this cute shirt, which is made of 100% jersey cotton, so it's super soft. Do you want to buy them new quality needles? There's nothing better than this deluxe set, which comes with 13 sizes of needle tips, six cords, 20 dot markers and a set of magnets, all packed in a faux leather case that doubles as a pattern holder.

Pom Pom is a high-quality quarterly publication that presents knitting, crocheting and crafts in a modern, beautiful and meaningful way. A wool bowl will keep your weaver organized and look good sitting on a coffee table, so if you live with such a weaver, it could even be a gift for you. But Handler says that if you really want to buy a knitting yarn, stick with sock yarn because most patterns only require a skein (or about 400 yards), so you won't have to worry about buying too much (or not enough). This plywood yarn ball decoration will make an S-T-U-N-N-I-N-G addition to a weaver's wall, and you can choose from three different size options and any paint color you want.

Studio Knit is a cheerful fabric brand from author Kristen McDonnell that ignites your creative spark. Knitters will never have a reason to get up again thanks to this ingenious sofa organizer, which has storage pockets for all their knitting needles and skeins of yarn. Knitting needle gauges help you check the size of your knitting needle once you've used the letters on your knitting needles. Whether you're shopping for your mom, grandmother, sister, or your very stylish friend who always has knitting needles in her hand, these gift ideas for crochets and knitters will definitely brighten their day (and maybe even win you a cute homemade fisherman's hat in return).

Made from a blend of organic cotton and recycled plastic bottles, this bag is just the right size to carry all your knitted essentials on the go. In fact, knowing that they love this (or another company) will ensure that they appreciate a set with double-pointed needles (used to knit socks). Most of the knitters I know don't have one and if you choose a really nice design, it probably wouldn't matter if they already have one. The Knitter brass tool kit includes a collection of carefully crafted instruments so beautiful that every stitch will be a pleasure.

You don't even have to be a knitter to appreciate the beauty of this zip cover (and, as an added bonus, the zipper pull doubles as a stitch marker). Handler recommends Crystal Palace Bamboo needles because, when knitting socks, you don't want the needle to be too sharp because when you use four needles, they are more difficult to handle and will jam. You don't even have to know what knitting tools they already have or what type of yarn they prefer to use.

Jane MacDonald
Jane MacDonald

I am of the author and owner of I Love Knitting. I first learned to knit when I was around five years old, and stop doing it when I hit my teens! I than picked it back up when I had my first child, and have since taught all three of my children to knit.

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