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A Knitters Gift Guide: 8 Homemade Gift Ideas
This adorable Striped Drawstring Pouch is the perfect little addition to your gaming closet. It's great for holding cards, marbles, dice, and other small pieces sure to be otherwise lost. This cute pouch purse pattern features a striped design and two wooden toggles at the end of the drawstring. This easy knitting project would make a great gift for the game aficionado in your life, but it's so darn cute you might just want to keep it for yourself.
If youre a fan of knitting gifts, the Three Sisters Soap Sacks are perfect for any occasion. These knit soap sacks can act as adorable knit gift bags for soaps, lotions, or small trinkets. Leave your soap inside the bag and these handy little creations can double as knit washcloths or dishcloths. You have three different patterns to choose from, making this a perfect gift knit.
This easy to knit One Hour Scarf is perfect for making for gifts this holiday season because it literally only takes an hour to make. Use three different strands of DK weight yearn to create a multi-colored, thick and warm accessory. If you're a new knitter, this scarf is perfect for practicing the knit stitch, and at the end of all that rehearsing, you'll have your own cozy garment to snuggle up to when the temperature drops.
There's something about a knit sweater that makes everything look cuter - even a wine bottle! The Knit Wine Bottle Sweater Pattern is a great way to dress up a host or hostess gift as well as offer a little bit of protection on the car-ride over to the party. This adorable cable knit wine bottle cozy pattern is adorned with three sweet buttons. This cute little cozy would make a great hostess gift for a wild girls' night out or a relaxing girls' night in.
Beginner knitting patterns don't just have to be scarves. This Posey Pincushion, created with three layers, is easy to knit and can be made in a few hours. If you've never worked with double pointed knitting needles before, this is an excellent introduction pattern. Plus, it will help you stay organized while you get to use up some colorful yarn from your stash.
Whether it's a favorite recipe, a priceless heirloom or a knit hat that's always been your go-to pattern for the holiday season, each and every family has something special that's been passed down from previous generations. In this very special collection of simple knitting patterns, we're pulling out a few of those classic designs that are all grandma approved. From winter essentials like hats, mittens and slippers, to kitchen keepsakes like dishcloths and mug rugs, this group of easy knitting patterns will keep your needles clicking all year long.
There are a few rules a proper house guest must absolutely follow compliment the hostess on her lovely decor and immaculate home, make pleasant conversation and avoid uncouth words at all costs, and always, always bring a hostess gift. Don't fret when it comes to appropriate hostess gift etiquette. Our helpful handbook lists 60 good hostess gifts and will ensure that you act as a proper party guest. By giving a gorgeous hand knit, your gifts will have an innate, ladylike charm to them. Your hostess will love these beautiful knitted gifts. Give good hostess gifts that are useful, practical, and, above all, alluring.
Whether you're hoping to find unique free knit patterns for Valentine's Day or if you're just in the market for a cute design to use with your favorite colors of scrap yarn, this Simple Sweater Mug Cozy fits the bill. Give your favorite tea or coffee drinker a thoughtful gift that won't take hours to complete by presenting them with this mitten-and-sweater combination cup cozy. Have fun customizing this mini sweater with your own buttons, colors and embellishments.
Don't you love the feeling you get when you complete a knit project? And yet, no matter how powerful your love for that feeling may be, it can be challenging finding time to finish everything on your needles. Thankfully, I've discovered a solution - it's called the garter stitch. If you haven't heard of it before, the garter stitch is one of the most basic stitches a knitter can create.
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