I’ve often looked for nice, easy projects that would make nice gifts. Needing a project that would meet these requirements, I made this easy pattern. This is my first pattern which I actually wrote down while knitting and I am happy to say it is now on Ravelry! In celebration, I am giving one reader a pair of Easy Ribbed Wrist Warmers. The wrist warmers are a super soft acrylic and the ribbed pattern fits a wide variety of adult hand sizes. A medium toned grey, they will go with everything.
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I like giving art the girls make, homemade jams and jellies, baking mixes in jars, and journals.
Last year we made homemade vanilla, apple butter, and applesauce as gifts. This year we’ll probably do something with kids’ handprints 🙂
Holiday baking and knit dishcloths are my favourite easy gifts.
I tend to bake goodies as gifts. One year we made hot chocolate mix and put it in glass jars and gave it out. It was so yummy!
we enjoy making child art magnets of some kind – one year is was watercolor paintings with a quote printed on them, another year was nature prints in salt dough, considering a tree branch disc with a printed word this year. We also like to give gifts of our time, making a commitment to do something with the recipient.
I like to make soap because a batch of soap can make gifts for several people.
I love the length of the ribbed wrist warmers and the material you used
I love giving handmade items that are little accessories. Something like wrist warmers, cowls, boot cuffs, leg warmers, etc…
This year I am giving stuffed animals, plush letters and numbers sets and bean bags.