Yes, some of the stocking stuffers we’ve already listed have been for your hands, but there are even more! Working with fiber puts a lot of stress on your hands, especially the skin and there are a lot of products out there to keep your hands healthy.
1. Need a fiber reminder at the sink? Sheep soaps will make you smile and remind you that soon you will be back at the yarn, doing something you love. Available in assorted colors and kits, they are great for use or for decoration.
2. After you have your hands oh-so-clean, moisturize them against dry winter air with a Lavishea bar. Crafted from soy wax, shea butter and various fragrances, each bar comes in a personal tin. I have a couple of these in different places – my backpack (or a purse, depending on the day), my knitting notions bag and one on my nightstand.
3. Thergonomic Hand-Aids – these gloves fit securely on your hands to provide heat and support during repetitive motion activities (such as crocheting or knitting).
Now get back to that pile of yarn that still needs to be made into gifts!