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Christmas Gift Inspiration

October 11, 2011

One of the many reasons why I love fall is that I love looking for cute Christmas gift ideas and when is a better time to start planning christmas gifts than in fall, when the days get shorter and you spend more evenings with a cup of hot tea on your couch chair?
One of my favorite resources for finding Christmas gift ideas is ravelry. There are thousands of projects you can browse through and print out the pattern right away and get started! I've decided to share some projects that would make great chirtsmas gifts on here 🙂
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I've been in love with the Stockholm Scarf by KnittedBliss for a looong time. As soon as I find the perfect yarn for it I'll knit one (or maybe a couple more and give them away for christmas.)
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The Quick Cable Slouch hat by Azure seems like a cute christmas gift for friends; one can never have enough hats and this one looks so cute!
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The Fresco Basket Whip Cowl by Laura Patterson is adorable and I'm sure most of my friends would love to get one 🙂
bella's mittensBella's Mittens by Marielle Henault are probably the fastest mittens I've ever knitted. You can easily finish one mitten in one evening. Also, they are super warm and the cables make them unique yet versatile enough to wear them every day :D You can get the pattern on Marielle's blog.
milanese lace topper by tante ehm
I also love the Milanese Lace Topper by Tante Ehm and think it would make a great present 🙂
Did you start your christmas gift production yet? Am I the only one who gets excited about Christmas already?

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3 Comments

  • Reply Patricia October 12, 2011 at 18:06

    I haven't startet my production yet. But tonight I will finish my year long christmas quilt project.
    BTW, I like them all.

  • Reply Mademoiselle Marie October 12, 2011 at 21:29

    I wanna see pictures as soon as you finished it! 🙂

  • Reply Froschkoenigin October 13, 2011 at 11:13

    I started my christmas gift production in july! 🙂
    Had to knit 6 pairs of socks and 2 Lintillas. 4 pairs and one single sock are finished and 1 and a half Lintilla.
    Love your ideas! Especially the last one (Milanese Lace Topper). Just faved it on Rav!

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