What to get someone who likes to knit and crochet?

A pom pom set makes a great gift for someone who likes to make crochet hats. They come in a variety of colors to work with any type of wool. Do you have a crochet hook on your list that likes to carry a LOT of craft materials? Give them a Crafters Deluxe storage bag. More than 8 pockets and 3 removable sections for easy organization on the go.

Just like Knitting, Creativebug and Skillshare have many crochet classes for beginners, as well as intermediate and advanced. This small notions case is perfect for storing all your smaller items, such as stitch markers and wool needles. When I heard that someone had designed a collection of great bags and backpacks specifically for knitters and crocheters, I knew I had to have one. The bag provides additional pockets for convenient storage of crochet needles, knitting needles, patterns and accessories.

Things like a crochet cover, a coffee cup or cup, hand cream, a notebook, crochet notions, etc. Kits make amazing gifts because they have everything you need to do that project and you don't have to guess what your favorite knitter might want or need. This 200-stitch wavy pattern book is a bestseller right now, as is Outlander Knitting, based on the popular TV series Outlander. A basic Tunisian crochet project is my Lussier scarf which uses a very simple Tunisian crochet stitch that resembles the jersey stitch stitches in the fabric.

And they have tons of weaving classes included with their regular membership or they can be purchased one at a time. Send your favorite loved one to knit, crochet or knit this stoneware bowl with their name engraved on the rim. If your friend has always wanted to try knitting but isn't very good with knitting needles, try getting a set of Tunisian crochet needles. But if someone (hint, hint) were generous enough to give me one of the infamous Furls crochet hooks, I would probably sleep with it under my pillow like a little girl.

In the next section of this gift guide, I make a list of ideas that are specific to knitting or crocheting.

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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