Let me help you find the perfect pattern to knit for your loved ones for the gift knitting season. There’s still time!
I’m also a participating designer in the Ravelry Indie Designer Gift-A-Long this year. Pick a pattern, join an associated knit-a-long and join the fun. Read all about it here.
Keep in touch and show me your knitted gifts. I would love to see them!
Defy the sweater curse and knit up this cozy sweater. Wickaninnish is perfect for sitting around the aprés ski fire or going for long walks in the woods. The open neckline is comfortable on a freshly shaven neck and won’t catch on stubble at the end of the day.
Gumdrops Mittens are sure to please. Use brightly contrasting colours or school team colours or a favourite colour in different shades. This is a great remnant and stash buster project.
Encourage imaginary play and knit Onomatopoeia for your Super Kid. Faux double sleeves, stripes and intarsia make for an interesting knit.
Avery is a very popular baby/child pattern and Avery Big Kid is sized up for the mature elementary student in your household. Choose a self-patterning yarn in his favourite colours and coordinate with a sophisticated solid for a sweater worthy of the family photo on the big day.
Beaded Beauty is a lovely confection of kid silk laceweight and beads. Don’t let knitting with beads scare you. I have a trick for simplifying it and keeping it manageable right in the pattern.
Guess Who? gloves are a great fitting glove. Try them on as you go (you and your sister probably have similar sized hands). The thumb gusset looks like a life line on the palm.
Grab a skein of sock yarn from your stash plus a remnant of a coordinating colour and make these toe up socks. Tip Toe Up even has replaceable heels and toes. Tell your brother that if he plays his cards right, you’ll repair his socks too.
Keep her hands and heart warm with Woven Knuckles. The entrelac band across the knuckles makes them extra special.
Wrap them in hand-knitted love with this cozy hoodie. Ruby calls for self-patterning yarn but you could also use hand-painted yarn or two coordinating solid colours.
Annie’s Mittens are a great stash busting project. They call for two strands of sock yarn held together, but you could also use worsted weight yarn. They are a breeze to knit up and soon you’ll have enough for the whole gang.
The easiest gift of all—if you have knitters on your gift list, consider giving them a pattern to go with some lovely yarn you’ve chosen. Go to my Ravelry Store, select a pattern and choose the “Send as Gift” option in the box on the right side bar where the price is located.