Dress up your knitted gifts with tags that show how Knitworthy the recipient is. Encourage them to stay on your list by including instructions for properly caring for the item!
And if you end up giving a project on the needles or a single sock and a ball of yarn (I’ve done both of those!) at least the tag will dress things up a little.
Thanks to Mary Heatherfor the “please don’t felt this line!”. They’re a little silly and a lot useful and I had fun making them so I hope you like these. If you’ve subscribed to Knitworthy you can now download and print tags for all your gifts.
Tomorrow I’m going on a little adventure, taking a train, a ferry and then cycling to the West coast of Shetland for some knitting and exploring. I’m currently watching the weather forecast a bit obsessively — cross your fingers for seas that aren’t too rough and that it’s calm enough to be worth taking the bike.
Here in the studio, we are definitely feeling like it is sweater time. Some of us are still finishing up accessories from our holiday knitting, but we are excited about making sweaters and the workplace chat is full of links to Ravelry and other pattern sources with riffs on what yarn we could use and how we could adapt them.