15 Must-Have Gifts For Every Knitter
From the December 2019 issue
From the December 2019 issue
Cost: $26+ per skein.
We all have our tried and true favorites, but it’s always fun to sample things now and then, and that’s what the Micro-Brewed Yarn Series is all about. Each month’s yarn selections were based on a theme, and all were available until supplies ran out. Each month’s yarn selections are based on a theme, and all are available until supplies run out. Previous themes included Fantastical Beings, Superheroes and, for December 2015, Craft Cocktails. Broaden your horizons and give one of these hues a shot – some are still available!
From the February 2016 issue
From the October 2019 issue
Are large and bulky projects on your knitting list this year? You may want to consider this needle system that helps you handle hundreds of stitches at a time. Made of rosewood, brass, and pliable nylon cord, these needles are similar to bamboo in weight but much smoother for stitch transfer. Now you can see your large project laid out flat as opposed to circular needles.
From the February 2020 issue
Whether you’re heading to your local yarn store or hanging with your knitting circle of friends, this shirt will be adored by all. Your knitting isn’t just a hobby and this shirt let’s people know that you mean business (in a fun, lighthearted way of course!).
From the April 2019 issue
Malabrigo Yarn is celebrating their 10th anniversary this year and what better way to celebrate than to release and amazing colorway! With warm, bright colors paired with deeper greens and blues, this yarn is a must-try for 2016. This color is available in the following yarns: Rasta, Arroyo, Mecha, Mechita, Rios and Sock.
From the June 2016 issue
Cost: $29 per 100g/400yds skein.
If you haven’t experienced Baah Yarn yet, you’re missing out. The hand-painted La Jolla is particularly a treat to work with. Not only does it come in a wide selection of beautiful, vibrant hues, but the nice tight twist of the yarn works wonders in any pattern. Made out of Superwash Merino, this yarn works with a variety of projects like socks, shawls and wearables. The stitch definition in each project is also remarkable. You won’t regret giving this yarn a try.
From the December 2014 issue
Do we ever need a reason for buying another fun enamel pin? Featuring an adorable bear doing his favorite pastime (knitting, of course), you can’t go wrong with this cute little pin. Wear it with pride on your favorite denim jacket, throw it onto your project bag or use it to decorate your craft room. No matter where you display your bear, he’s sure to cheer you right up no matter what your mood!
From the August 2019 issue
Tired of tugging at knots and avoiding buying hanks of yarn for fear of the inevitable winding? What you need is a yarn swift that can efficiently and painlessly help you wind those balls of yarn and put them to work. Made with birch wood and designed to store easily, it’s the perfect knitting accessory to help you stay organized and focused on your projects. It can open up to six feet in circumference and spins with ease.
From the October 2016 issue
Several of our favorite cardigans and knit accessories call for button embellishments, giving you the perfect opportunity to add a pop of your own style to a pattern. Plus, these cute — and affordable — buttons feature a Boho style perfect for the summer season.
From the June 2017 issue