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Gift Ideas For Crocheters – If you’re looking for gift ideas for crocheters you will love this collection! From funny to practical find just the right gift idea for someone who crochets.
If you have a friend or family member who crochets you might be looking for the best gift ideas for crocheters. After all, they are probably blessing you with creative homemade gifts throughout the year, but if you don’t crochet you might not be sure what gifts they would love.
Not to worry, I’ve rounded up some great gift ideas for people who crochet for you! As someone who has done crochet for years, these are all gift ideas that I love and you will find ideas for any budget.
Gift Ideas For Crocheters
When I first started to crochet I used the same solid metal hooks that my mother and grandmother used. They worked ok but I often felt my hands getting sore after hours of crochet work. These Clover Amour crochet hooks are so much easier on your hands!
You can easily change how you hold your hook so your hands don’t get tired and they don’t dig into your hand as your working. I love the fun colors too, makes the crochet hooks much harder to lose.
The standard hook sizes are also available with a special carrying case that makes it a great gift set!
Learning how to knit is hard for many crocheters! I myself tried for about 30 years (on and off) to learn how to knit before it finally clicked for me. What I wouldn’t have given to have a knooking set back then!
Knooking is a fun way to knit using a crochet hook and cord. I bought myself this beginners kit when it first came out and loved it.
How many times have you been crafting and couldn’t find your scissors when you needed them? Anyone who does crochet or any yarn craft will love this yarn cutter pendant. Just hang it around your neck and you can cut your yarn anytime you need to without hunting for those darn scissors!
These super cute crochet hook key chains are actually usable! These make such a cute gift idea for people who love to crochet. Your favorite hook size will always be with you, but even if you just use these as a decoration they will be loved.
The hooks and yarn charms can be used as key chains, bracelets or worn on a necklace. A really cute gift idea!
I bought this yarn tote for my daughter a few years ago for Christmas. She loves it! It has lots of room inside and will hold up to 8 skeins of year.
The base is textured PVC so protects your yarn from wet surfaces. The top has 4 holes so you can work with multiple colors of yarn in your crochet project easily. The pocket on the front is great for holding a case of crochet hooks.
This project tote and organizer is perfect for crocheters on the go. Heck, I’m at home most of the time and still love this organizer! Just look at all the pockets and dividers! It’s so easy to store your crochet supplies in one place.
This yarn tote has space for 6 working balls of yarn, tons of hooks and supplies and a project area that can be used to hold the extra yarn and close with magnets to keep your project from getting tossed around. It’s no wonder it has so many great reviews!
One of the most helpful tools you can give a crocheter is a yarn winder! I’ve wound balls of yarn by hand many times, and well it takes a long time!
Having a handy ball winder make creating a center-pull yarn ball so easy.
If you are winding balls of yarn having a yarn swift to hold the skeins of yarn makes the job go so much easier! A hand tool like this saves you so much time winding your yarn so you can spend more time crafting!
Crochet & Yarn Mugs
I love collecting funny coffee mugs and there are a lot available for crocheters and yarn lovers.
This travel mug is perfect for crocheters on the go!
But I really love these funny coffee mugs! They are just perfect for your coffee break or while you’re working because heck, us crocheters don’t really stop creating right?
Stress Relief Gloves
I love to crochet but it can be hard on your hands and wrists. If your crochet friend struggles with hand pain (most of us do!) wearing stress relief gloves can really help them to feel more comfortable while they work.
There are gloves like these ones that are made for arthritis relief and they cover your whole hand except for the fingertips. Another great option are these stress relief gloves from Lion Brand, they are made just for crafters who need support on their hands but want their fingers uncovered.
One problem everyone who knits or crochets has is where to store all that yarn! This yarn organizer is perfect for storing your yarn, pattern books, and hooks. It can be hung from your closet or any shelf and makes keeping your yarn nice and tidy easy.
Having a pretty yarn bowl to hold your yarn while your crocheting is not just pretty it’s very helpful! The yarn sits nicely inside the yarn bowl and is kept clean while your working. The guides help to keep your yarn from ever getting tangled up too.
Yarn bowls come in many styles from ceramic to wooden. This rosewood yarn bowl is just beautiful and would be loved by any crafter on your gift list.
Crochet books always make great gift ideas too!
Books like this one that are filled with quick and easy patterns that use just one skein of yarn are perfect for giving as gifts. We always have leftover yarn or are looking for a quick gift idea to make and these books are perfect for that!
Books that teach you how to make new crochet patterns are always loved too. This one has step by step directions for 350 crochet stitches. That is sure to inspire some creativity!
Crochet One-Skein Wonders®: 101 Projects from Crocheters around the WorldThe Big Book of Crochet Stitches: Fabulous Fans, Pretty Picots, Clever Clusters and MoreThe Complete Book of Crochet Stitch Designs: 500 Classic & Original PatternsMake in a Weekend – Afghans to Crochet | Crochet | Leisure Arts (75590)Christmas Ornaments to Crochet: 31 Festive and Fun-to-Make Designs for a Handmade HolidayEvery Which Way Crochet Borders: 139 Patterns for Customized Edgings
While we often think of stitch markers for knitters they are really helpful when you are doing crochet too! The difference is you need stitch markers that can open so you can place hook them into the stitch. Normal ring style markers used by knitters won’t work for crochet, you need ones like this for crochet.
If your still not sure what to get for your crochet friend a gift card to a local or online yarn shop is a great choice too! Lion Brand is one of my favorite online yarn stores, their yarn is so easy to work with and their prices are great too.
What gift did you decide to get for your crochet loving friend?
Kim Mills is a homeschooling mom of 6 and lives on an urban homestead in Ontario, Canada. Blogging at Homestead Acres she enjoys sharing tips to help you save money, grow and preserve your own food.