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Gift Card Sweaters

Sometimes a gift card is the best option for a gift. When you want to dress up that little piece of plastic a little more, try these cute little Gift Card Sweaters for a first rate presentation! These DIY gift card holders are adorable knit pockets perfect for adding a personalized touch to a not so personal gift. These Gift Card Sweaters make a great gift option during the holidays or for anyone who has a winter birthday.


Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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What a cute idea! Not only is it a more personalized way to give a gift card, the recipient can use it to hold all the gift cards they receive, all in one place. I love that it uses up those little pieces of stash, too.

Can't stop making these! A great stash buster and I can whip one up during an hour long t.v. show. I knit a contrasting color bobble button with 2 stitch I-cord rolled up and stitched into a ball.

I have made about a dozen of these using up lots of my scrap yarn. They knit up quickly after about the 1st 5 or 6. I've made them in alpaca, cotton, synthetics, etc, and in all kinds of colors. They are so cheerful and colorful stacked up together.

I'm about 3/4 done on this pretty card-gan or gift card sweater. I'm using handspun, hand-dyed red merino yarn. It is so soft & a very nice pattern. It's a bit time-consuming but will be well worth it upon competion!!


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