Stocking stuffers are some of my favorite things to get for the the people I love and are also some of my favorite things to receive too. They can be inexpensive little items that really show that you care. If you are a crocheter among friends and family consisting of non-crocheters (like me!), it can sometimes be difficult for them to fill your stockings with crochet goodness if they don’t know what to buy. Well, I’ve decided to put together a list of some of my favorite yarny things that any crocheter would love to have in their stocking. And the best part is, they are all fairly inexpensive!
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Lion Brand Bon Bons – These adorable little Bon Bons are the perfect stocking stuffer. They make sweet little projects and would delight any crocheter.
Cascade Ultra Pima Yarn – Any crocheter would “ooh” and “ahh” over this gorgeous, luscious, Cascade yarn. It’s a bit more expensive but well worth the money.
Clover Amour Crochet Hooks – Now buying a whole set of these can be really expensive. However, you can always surprise that special crocheter in your life with one or two of these fabulous hooks without breaking the bank. They retail for about $8/hook.
Yarn Needles – Any crocheter will tell you that yarn needles are a must for those colorful projects that have a ton of ends to weave in. These needles from Lion Brand are great and very inexpensive.
Stitch Markers – These are great for any crocheter that needs to mark their places on a WIP (work in progress). These stitch markers from Clover are great because they lock into place.
Pom Pom Maker – Pom Pom Makers are great for, well, making pom poms! Pom Poms are wonderful for hats and other crochet projects. These Clover Pom Pom Makers retail for about $7.
Tunisian Crochet Stitch Guide by Kim Guzman – This perfectly pocket-sized Tunisian Crochet Stitch Guide is perfect for crocheters that are learning or dabbling in Tunisian crochet.
And when in doubt, gift cards are always nice!