'Tis the season and we've got wonderful gifts for the knitters in your life, at all price points. We won't tell if you pick up a little something for yourself while you're at it either.
Last posting dates for Christmas
Thursday December 8th: Caribbean, Central & South America, Greece, Australia, New Zealand
Wednesday December 14th: Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Poland
Thursday December 15th: Canada, Finland, Sweden, USA, Austria, Denmark, Iceland, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, Belgium, France, Ireland, Luxembourg
December 21st: UK
Destinations not listed have Royal Mail Christmas shipping dates which have already passed. Orders placed after December 21st will be sent on 4th January.
More gift ideas
These tools will make a great gift for your best knitting friend and useful tool for your own knitting bag.
From Galway to Shetland: a set of four 30g skeins of naturally coloured wool from S Twist Wools. Perfect for the Ljós hat pattern in Knitworthy 3. Pattern must be purchased separately.
Illustrated by our studio neighbour Anna Wright this sturdy canvas tote bag is perfect for your larger projects, or for sharing your love for wool while you do the shopping. We think it would make a lovely gift filled with yarn and books.
This kit contains enough yarn to make the triangular version of Gudrun's Hansel pattern — a traditional Shetland Hap shawl. A ‘Hansel’ is a gift to mark a special occasion, such as the birth of a baby.
These adorable sweater ornaments will add some knitting inspired flair to your Christmas Tree! Sweater Ornaments make a great handmade gift and can even be used as gift tags. Give one to a crafty friend or keep it for yourself.
A yarn pack for Ysolda's Cruden pattern. Although the pattern gives full instructions for how to design your own palette, these packs allow us to do that for you, letting you get on with the knitting.
Note: The pack doesn't include the pattern.
Every notions kit needs safety pins and these are my favourite for actually pinning things together. The ball spring makes these stronger than a regular coil-less safety pin, but just as snag-proof.
Absolutely life changing for the lace or shawl lover. No more pinning out every point, simply thread these flexible wires along edges of any shape and add a few pins to hold them in place.
Drawstring bags are great for keeping everything together if you like to bring your project with you. They tuck into big bags and if you like to work on more than one project at a time, you can avoid tangles. This one features Ysolda's drawing of the sheep breeds that make up Blend no.1
Maker Katrinkles says these feature an abstract pattern of lines, but I ordered them because, to me, they looked like adorable little yarn balls. Either way they'd be a lovely way to finish any garment.
These adorable mitten ornaments will add some knitting inspired flair to your Christmas Tree! Mitten Ornaments make a great handmade gift and can even be used as gift tags. Give one to a crafty friend or keep it for yourself.
I'm a complete sucker for anything that allows me to share my love of knitting on my knitting so I love these ribbed buttons from Katrinkles.
A slightly slouchy Fair Isle patterned beanie in one of my favourite colour combinations — grellow. Deep ribbing keeps things simple and streamlined from the front, with the colourful Fair Isle a beautiful surprise when you turn your head. The kit contains the yarn needed and a printed copy of the pattern.
Stitchable buttons with eleven holes making up the outline of the sheep. Stitch in all of the holes across her body to fill in her woolly fleece. The holes are left empty so that you can stitch them in with your own needle and yarn or embroidery thread.
This handy little niddy noddy tool is used to wind the yarn you've spun into a skein off of your drop spindle or spinning wheel bobbin.
Shopping for someone else but not sure what to give them? Give them the gift of choice with a Ysolda gift voucher.
Stitchable buttons in the shape of a leaf. The holes are left empty so that you can stitch them in with your own needle and yarn or embroidery thread.
Stitchable buttons with holes in the shape of a star. The holes are left empty so that you can stitch them in with your own needle and yarn or embroidery thread.
Stitchable buttons are a great way to personalise your projects. The holes are left empty so that you can stitch them in with your own needle and yarn or embroidery thread.