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Sep

It’s beginning to look a lot like….

Holiday knitting season! Yes, yes, I know, it’s still September. But, if you’re planning on knitting some holiday gifts, now is a pretty good time to start! Now, I don’t know about you, but I think I’ve knit just about every type of thing I can think of as gifts, and I’m sure my mom only needs so many scarves. So, what to do? How about giving some lovely ornaments and decorations from the Winter Wonderful kit?

This kit includes 15 patterns for everything from a Mitten and Sled (that also function as gift card holder!) to a life-sized Poinsettia and adorable stuffed Chickadee and Polar Bear. 

Or, make a cute yarn basket for your favorite knitting friend (and maybe slip a Knit Picks Gift Card in there).

The Snowflake and Star are classic enough for any holiday decor. The stars make great gifts for teachers, who definitely deserve a gold star of their own sometimes. Make Snowflakes for Grandma, each with a different grandkid’s name embroidered on. The possibilities are endless!

And there are even more classic designs – something for everyone on your gift list this year! These projects are portable enough to take anywhere with you, so you don’t have to worry about lugging around sweater pieces and five feet of scarf for the next three months. These great little projects are sure to make your knitted gift list less stressful, and your Winter Wonderful!

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