15+ Best Knitting Gift Ideas for Pun Lovers and Weavers

Pun lovers and weavers alike will appreciate these thoughtful knitting gifts! From soft cotton shirts to deluxe needle sets, there's something for everyone. Whether you're looking for a birthday or Christmas present, this list of more than 15 simple gifts for weavers will help you find the perfect present. 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. If you've never worked a single stitch, finding the perfect gift for a knitter can be a challenge.

What do they need and what don't they really need? To answer all your questions, I have put together this list of more than 15 simple gifts for weavers. You can also check out my blog post on 25 Things Every Weaver Needs, but this list will address the challenges of finding a gift for an upcoming birthday or Christmas in a more direct and practical way. I have been knitting for more than 30 years and I will share with you all my tips and past experiences here. You can find my list of the best hand dyed yarns here.

There's one last thing you need to know. It is better to buy two skeins and not just one. Therefore, with two skeins, the gifted will have a lot more options in terms of using the yarn. You probably can't count the comic strips with cats playing with a ball of wool.

However, there is a grain of truth hidden there. Yarn likes to run (and cats DO like to play with knitting). But that's another story) and you might not want to place it on the floor where it can get dirty, to begin with. Here is a beautiful selection of different wool bowls.

Now, don't just think of mugs that say “I love knitting”. So why not buy a nice mug with a little sheep? She and Ray got their winder and speed from Knit Picks, which is similar to the Woolery option, except that they are sold separately, so if your weaver owns a winder but not a swift, you could buy a part. Available in a ton of colors and as a single or double wrap bracelet, this soft and buttery leather wrist ruler is a truly essential tool for all knitters and crocheters. 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.Smaller stitches can cause the weaver in your life to squint her eyes and strain until she covers this handy light around her neck.

So, in my opinion, a small and charming mug could be a beautiful gift for a weaver who is not that expensive. Custom satin stitching labels are the perfect finishing touch for home sewing, knitting, quilting or craft projects. And, following that line of thinking, I could easily add good tea for a really complete gift that may not scream woven, but will still be really useful.With boxes available for beginner and experienced knitters, this subscription provides the recipient with the yarn, needles and other tools needed to make their own creation every month or they can simply choose to send them two balls of Knit-Wise yarn with each package. The mug may inspire you to sew another row, or even tackle knitting that thick blanket you've been postponing.

When working with dark-colored yarn, you can turn on these LED knitting needles to see your stitches clearly.So, this is a great gift if you don't know much about the weaver and aren't sure what she already has and what doesn't. The only thing that could make this wine glass better would be to give it away together with a bottle of wine just saying. If your knitter often makes sweaters (or anything that needs to be sewn), a locking mat would be useful, which can stretch the designs and make sure all the pieces are the right size.The bag provides additional pockets for convenient storage of crochet needles, knitting needles, patterns and accessories.So there you have it! From soft cotton shirts to deluxe needle sets and everything in between - these 15+ best knitting gifts are sure to please any pun lover or weaver in your life.

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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