On the hunt for gifts for knitters? I’ve got you covered. All of the items on this list come to you courtesy of Etsy. Each gift is designed by brave craftspeople who are selling their amazing handmade gifts. If you’re looking for something special and unique for a knitter in the family, a friend or a co-worker I highly recommend all fifteen of these gifts for knitters. *This post contains affiliate links.
Little Black Glitter Sheet Enamel Pin by TwillandPrint — All knitters need a little flare, and this cute little sheepie is the perfect addition to jazz up a project bag, hand knit cardigan or any blazer really.
Handmade Ceramic Yarn Bowl by CreativityHappens — Isn’t this bowl lovely?! I love the texture and the play between the pink and the blue. The owner of this shop has plenty of other colors if this one isn’t your bag, but I have to say this one looks pretty gorgeous. This is one gift for knitters that I would love to gift to myself.
Knitting Project Bag by TheWoollyTangle — Most knitters have a couple projects on the go at once…or at least that’s what we say to give ourselves permission to buy more yarn. This project bag is the perfect size for a pair of socks, a knit toy or any other small project you want to take on the go.
Snag Free Minimalist Knitting Stitch Markers by NutsknitwearDesign — I love these minimal stitch markers. Don’t get me wrong I love fun colored, glitzy markers too, but there’s something understated and elegant about these ones. As an added bonus they won’t snag your knitting and come in a set of 10.
DirefulYarns — It would be a shame not to include one fabulous hand dyer in this list. I picked DirefulYarns because they have some amazing colorways named after some of my favorite books and movies. Here’s a few: Butterbeer, Snake Spider and Spew, Puking Pastilles, and Hocus Pocus. The one in the picture is called Never Trust the Living.
Knitting Project Bag by IndigoCrane — I thought I’d put in a second project bag option, because honestly I LOVE them. I really love the colors and pattern on this particular bag. The drawstring closure makes for easy access to the inside and is also a cute handle.
Indoorsy Campfire Mug by TheGrayterGood — This might be considered knitting adjacent, but nothing goes better with a lazy afternoon of knitting than a big cup of coffee. I had to pick this indoorsy mug, because well…my blog name says it all. I have this mug and to be honest it partially inspired my blog. AND the creator actually made my logo! You should follow her on Instagram, she’s pretty great! She’s @thegraytergood.
Tulip Point Protectors from kimonomomo — How cute are these?! For the non-knitters, let me explain. When you leave your knitting on the needles and walk away there’s always that risk that a well-meaning person will pick up the project causing all your hard work to fall off the needles. To keep your knitting safely in place just pop one of these little tulips on the pointy end and all your worries are gone.
Yarn Sleeve/Fabric Yarn Bowl from TIENenMIEPDesigns — Think of this little fabric sleeve as a yarn bowl that you can take anywhere…or just leave out because it’s so stylish. Use this yarn sleeve to keep your ball of yarn in shape and free from tangles.
Yarn Skein Handmade Stamp from talktothesun — The holidays are just around the corner, and if you’re a knitter you’ve already started making gifts. This handmade stamp is perfect to let your lucky recipients know the gift was made by you. Use it to make a card that includes washing instructions then hand off your handy work to the lucky winner.
Adventures in Yarn Notebook from PopcornAndCrocodiles — The title of this notebook is brilliant. Click through to see all the page layouts. Use it to write down yarn maker and dye lot information, track your progress or make lists to remember future projects you want to try.
Llama Measuring Tape from AllAboutTheButtons — Having a tape measure in your project bag is always handy. What could be better than a llama looking up at you when you open your knitting bag?
Super Chunky Giant Throw Knitting Kit by WoolCoutureCompany — If you have a beginner knitter who wants a fun project look no further. This super chunky blanket knits up fast and is quite the showpiece. The fun bobbles add a little something extra, don’t you think?
Wrist Knitting Supply Project Bag with Cacti Print by AiryFairyBags — I have a friend who is always multi-tasking and knitting on the go. She knits at baseball games, in line for a ride at Disney or as she walks around town. If you have a friend like this they need this knitting bag! As an aside this ProjectBagStore also sells similar bags. Can you tell I love project bags?
Embroidery Scissor and Knitting Notions Case by JessabelleB — I’m always worried that my pointy scissors are going to stab through my project bags. Enter this little notion case. It can keep your scissors safely tucked away or you can use it to hold stitch markers, those cute tulip point protectors above or a few tapestry needles.
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