Nancy from Functional Art WA dropped off a few totes on Thursday night. Each includes a photo of the original suit jacket or military clothing it is made from, and the stitchery is high caliber. In addition to the three pictured here, there is also a messenger-style bag.
Tuck a gift certificate into a sheep-y holiday card and let your knitter or crocheter pick just what they want.
Pick a skein of hand-dyed sock yarn, and an inspiring book to go with it!
Sheep themed mugs make a sweet treat for a fiber friend!
The Sirka Counter and Bento Box case are perfect for projects where you need to keep track of more than one thing at a time. Curious? Take a look at the Grellow and Gray tutorials here.
Kids can learn to knit with needles, but many also enjoy working with knitting looms. Add a couple of skeins of brightly colored JelliBeenz yarn, and introduce them to a new craft!
Everyone who has used a set of Knit Blockers loves them. Add a bottle of wool wash, and you have a great post-knitting gift!
Options for the Seahawks fan in your life–Frolicking Feet Sock Yarn, or worsted, bulky, or sock yarn from Oink Pigments. Neon Now from Plymouth is another option!
Also from Churchmouse Yarns, this is the Learn to Crochet Companion, a pattern from the “First Patterns” series, and merino wool and hooks to complete the learning experience!
The Churchmouse Yarns Learn to Knit Booklet, a pattern from the “First Patterns” series, a couple of skeins of soft merino wool, and bamboo needles would make a great introduction to knitting for someone who wants to learn.