There’s still time for holiday shopping, and we have our third edition of Yarnista favorites to inspire you. This week, Cat has picked out her must-haves for the season.
Start with a solid base in a project tote. This leather-handled canoe tote from 65 South is the ideal commuter companion – comfortably lap-sized for car trips or anywhere else you need to keep your project handy. $50
Tuck all your notions: needles, fixers, markers, everything, in a dumpling roller bag from byrd & belle. Made from dense wool felt, a dumpling bag is a great way to keep track of all those little notions in your project bag, or to use as a cosmetic bag, pencil case, or any other small storage. $35
If you’re looking for a sturdy friend to keep track of all your stitch markers and other small tools, pick up one of our adorable black sheep boxes. Gently press on their head to open up the secret box that holds all kinds of tiny tools. $16
Inside, pack one of our Wax and Wool candles. Hand poured small batch soy candles from Puyallup, Washington, Wax and Wool’s candles have been an instant hit with our yarnistas. The soy wax burns cleanly, and the Christmas Market candle makes everything smell like the holidays without being overpowering. Pick up a selection for an easy party gift, and a few more for yourself. $18
Gleeners on the Go are back in stock and in all our stockings. Comfortably hand-held gleeners come with three different edges: coarse, medium, and fine for all your fibers, as well as a lint roller side. Small enough to fit into any travel bag, and convenient for home use, these gleeners come in a variety of fun colors for everyone on your list, including non-stitchers. $13
Last year we were so excited to bring Little Seed Farm’s Lump of Coal soaps into space as a fun stocking stuffer. This year we added the Cocoa Spice soap for a bit of variety, and we love both. Made with natural ingredients, and charmingly stocking sized, these mini soaps are great for kids and adults. $4.