Okay, maybe you wouldn’t want to try fitting a book into a handknit stocking, but these might look pretty delectable wrapped up and stacked under a tree.
1. The Knitter’s Book of Finishing Techniques by Nancy Wiseman. A true must-have for every knitter’s library and covering everything from weaving in ends to one-row buttonholes, the pictures are excellent and the text is full of helpful tidbits and notes.
2. 365 Knitting Stitches a Year Perpetual Calendar – Flip the page each day for an inspiring stitch pattern. Since this calendar is not year specific, it really is one of those gifts that keep on giving.
3. Knits to Give by Debbie Bliss – There is no rule stating that you must knit the items in this book as gifts and there are such a variety of projects included that it would be a lovely gift for any knitter. From clutches to shawls to dog sweaters, there is a certain to be a project that will fit the desire of any knitter.