Best knitting gifts 2021?

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.

Once you learn the instructions, you can work with the 19 knit cable patterns included in the collection. If you're looking for more classic knit hat patterns for the whole family, this could be the book for you. Send them the gift of hand-dyed yarn in small batches, delivered right to their door every month with this subscription service. Adding these small stitch stops helps prevent knitting errors by keeping stitches securely on the needles.

In fact, I used Chiaogoo circular needles almost exclusively when I came second among some 1000 competitors in the eleventh edition of the international fast-knitting competition known as Sock Madness. Find me a weaver who doesn't want this pre-made ceramic mug (which is also microwave and dishwasher safe). Vogue Knitting moved its live fabric series to the Internet during the pandemic, so you can access virtual classes and conferences from home for the four days of the event. In this Kindle book, author Emma Vining uses the shawl to teach you how to design your own fabrics.

Knitting needle gauges help you check the size of your knitting needle once you've used the letters on your knitting needles. With this beautiful stoneware bowl and caddy combination, your favorite knitter can keep her row counters, stitch holders, darning needles, thread and other tools in one place. 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. The avid weaver in your life will go crazy for this super easy to use ball winder, which transforms skeins of wool into compact center-throw balls in no time.

Leimkuhler and Ross also say that having a large bag to transport your project, for example, to the park or even to different rooms in your house is a necessary gift for weavers. If you've been looking for gift ideas for weavers, both the book and the things you do with it yourself are great options. For the weaver who is already bent on tools and supplies, tickets to a virtual knitting event could be on their way. And if you buy all your yarn online and don't want to go to a store to have it rolled up, like Leimkuhler, it's good to have it on hand because having your yarn pre-rolled sometimes costs more, but you can't really weave without it being rolled into a ball shape.

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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