Gift Ideas for Crafters

I’ve been really enjoying reading all the gift ideas that people have been leaving on the comments of the Adorn Gift Bags pattern page (have you entered the competition yet?). There’s so many wonderful gift ideas this year and not all of it has to be handmade by you. Here’s some of the goodies I’ve been drooling over recently.

Gift Ideas Collage

1. Fringe Supply Company

This is a gorgeous resource for stylish bags, bowls, notions and knitting inspiration. I love this simplicity of the design and statement logo ‘Knit and Let Knit’ of their large Tote bags. A must on the school run!  Also, their Holiday Catalogue might have been one of my absolutely favs this year- so inspiring!

2. Fancy Tiger Crafts

These screen printed tees are so stylish and give an understated ‘yes I’m a crafter’ nod on your day to day outings. There’s a unisex version to the one picture above that is slightly less shaped if you’re looking for something less structured.

3. Ray Stitch

A beautiful shop located in North London, very close to Loop that is one of my favourite haberdashers. These hand stitch calendars are such a cute idea and would be so simple but effective to make.

4. Amirisu

magazine filled with beautiful styling, inspirational patterns and so many yarns I’d love to work with. A subscription to this bi annual publication would make me very happy.

5. Yellow Bear Wares

Ever since discovering these hand crafted pieces at Unwind, I’ve been completely smitten. Claire hand makes each jewellery and accessory item from vintage knitting supplies she finds and I think this necklace is stunning.

6. Merchant and Mills

This Maker’s journal captures everything I love about this company- stylish, practical and minimal. This would be a fabulous present for those who love journalling as much as making.

7. Purl Soho

More screen printing but this time tea towels that can also be cut out and sewn to create children’s toys. Beautiful to look at and such a sweet idea!

What’s on your wishlist this Christmas?

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