Welcome to my Christmas Gift Guide For Crafters. I’ve tried to include a range of crafting items covering a range of different types of craft and not just the usual things.
Crafters are always looking for better ways of storing their stash or their equipment. A nice way to store sewing accessories is this fun Button Sewing Box from A Place For Everything. My grandmother used an old wooden flour bin as her button box, and this button box would serve well as a modern-day alternative. There are dividers inside so you can separate out different categories.
For crochet enthusiasts how about this Luxury Bunny Family Crochet Set from notonthehighstreet. The bunnies are super cute and I don’t think many could resist wanting to make them. It’s always worth checking to see if there are any notonthehighstreet discount codes available.
Sugru is a really useful thing to have around the house anyway and I’ve used it to mend my phone charging cable in the past. It’s a form of moldable glue essentially. Crafters though could do so much more with it. There are loads of ideas on the Sugru website.
For knitting supplies, The New Lanark Wool Shop is a favourite on trips to Scotland, but they have an online shop too. I’m loving this knitting set to create a Hamish the Heilan Coo Cushion. Be sure not to miss the New Lanark Mill Shop Christmas Shopping Day, if you are in the area, which takes place on Thursday 16th November 2017 from 9am – 8pm. There will be 15% off everything in store, and festive fizz & nibbles.