The Xmas lights will soon be turned on in the streets. It’s time to start knitting and crocheting the Christmas presents for all the family! There’s no doubt that these festivities are the best moment of the year for creating unique and special handmade presents. So we are going to magically convert ourselves into Santa’s little helpers so that we can help your gifts to start taking shape. To do this, here is a complete guide to all the knit and crochet Xmas presents for all the family. For him, for her, for the kids, plus some beautiful creations for the home. Why are the best Christmas gifts are the ones that have been made by hand!
Christmas presents for him
We are going to start with the men in the family. A scarf is an ideal accessory for them whatever their style: sporty, elegant, casual… Take a look at this simple neck warmer knitted with Katia Maxi Merino and at this warm scarf made from Katia Shadow. If it’s the third year that you have given him a scarf, maybe it’s time to knit a bigger garment. What about a jumper? We recommend two simple jumpers: on the one hand, this diamond design jumper made from Katia Love Wool 100; and on the other, this very easy men’s sweater knitted with Scotch Tweed.
For the women in the family there are lots of beautiful and original patterns! Like, for example, these two awesome knitted hat, scarf and glove sets made from Katia Indiana and Katia Balloon. Are you thinking about giving somebody a bag? Then we propose this knitted bag made from Katia Tout de Suite, our XXL yarn. Of course, if you prefer crochet, you are going to enjoy giving this square bag made from Katia Merino Aran Natur as a gift. Finally, here are two super presents: an elegant crochet shawl made from Katia Mohair Lace or a maxi shawl made from Katia Big Merino.
We are going to start with the teenagers in the house: what about a modern backpack made from Winter Washi? For the tiny tots, here is a fun infant backpack made with Marathon and Velour. For girls, we suggest an original dress and matching headband knitted with Katia Duende. And for boys, this cool knitted moss stitch sweater made from Merino Flamé. And if they go outdoors to play this winter, better wrap them up in this knitted set of mittens, leg warmers and hat made from only one ball of Melody Jacquard!
There’s no doubt that Christmas presents for babies are really special, and furthermore, fun to knit or crochet. Look at these adorable baby booties, they are so soft and cosy thanks to Katia Velvet! And what about this knitted furry bear made from Katia Big Chantilly Jaspé? You can’t miss out either on little hats to protect their tiny heads from the winter cold, like this striped baby hat knitted with Katia Peques or this super fun hat with rabbit ears made from Big Chantilly Jaspé. Or would you prefer a bigger project? If so, we recommend these blankets, some beautiful projects that babies can enjoy using over a long period of time.
Whether it’s for other members of the family like the kids, grandchildren that have just become independent or for your brothers and sisters, a handmade accessory for the home can make a special present. Surprise them with these soft cushions and matching spongy blanket made from Katia Polar. Or do you prefer a more classic style? If so, this exquisite blanket made from Katia Merino Shetland is what you are looking for. For a warmer and more modern look, we suggest these cushions made from Katia Winter Washi. Play with bobble stitch and fringing to crochet this cushion set using Merino-Seda. Do you prefer Christmas gifts that are easier and quicker to make? This crochet tablet cover, this makeup bag or this glasses case are ideal choices for adding a handmade touch.
Start to knit and crochet your Christmas presents!
We hope that you will find this knit and crochet Xmas present guide of use. If you still need more inspiration, visit our web where you will find almost 5000 knit and crochet patterns. Do you have a Christmas project on your hooks or needles already, or one in mind? Are you looking for a specific pattern and can’t find it? Tell us what you are working on in our comments section!