If you are a crochet or knit enthusiast holidays can be a very special time of year. We wanted to give you a hand in picking out three items that are quick, easy, and fun to make and people just love to get as gifts that are functional and fun to wear.
#1 Our top pick is the Grace Ear Warmer Crochet Pattern. It only takes two stitches and is a universal style which looks great on women, men, and children. This pattern is featured in the crochet book “52 Crochet Gifts: Easy & Quick Handmade Gifts to Make Every Week of the Year”. It can also be purchased by itself as a standalone pattern.
The Roxy Knit Cowl Pattern– This pattern is simply a stunner. Super simple pattern gives you a fun way to make a custom gradient for a subtle change of color effect. It’s a stitch pattern that is easy to learn and you can use big needles, so it isn’t time consuming at all. This is a fantastic last-minute gift that can take just one day.
#3 The Pauline Necklace Knit Pattern – Yep! A knit necklace, you heard right! Every time I wear one of these, I get compliments. They are fantastic as quick easy appreciated gifts. It’s a variation on the classic lariat necklace. It is wrapped twice around the neck for an adjustable choker-style. Knots and beads are added to the ends for texture and drape.
All of these patterns can be made from any color and weight yarn you choose making them completely original gifts.
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Need some more guidance? I am always here!
I host a livestream podcast Monday – Friday on my YouTube Channel called Create Share Inspire Podcast. You can join the audience LIVE and even ask me questions LIVE! I often do a show and tell or quick demo and I always interact with the live audience. It is a lot of fun!
You can browse through over 600 previously recorded episodes HERE: Create Share Inspire Podcast Playlist . Make sure to subscribe to my YouTube Channel to get reminders when the next episode airs LIVE. I also created a private Facebook group called Create Share Inspire to allow my audience to continue the podcast party throughout the rest of the day. It is a wonderful and safe place to share your photos of finished projects in my knitting or crochet patterns or yarns, and to see what others are making, too.
I would also like to invite you to join this private group Create. Share. Inspire on Facebook where you can interact with me as well as many other members who have a love of knitting and crochet just like you!
We are a tight knit community 😉