$10 - $100 Let your friend choose! You can purchase gift cards in various increments from $10 to $100.
$2.00 The bent end of the needle makes it great for weaving, and the eye is nice and large so you can weave with thick yarn.
$5 These blunt-end needles are so useful in the weaving studio!
$5 I have these weaving needles laser-cut, then I sand them to a smooth finish. The large makes it easy to weave with thick yarns.
$10.00 A nice gift for any weaver - it can be worn like a neclace so it doesn't get lost.
$10 This little loom can be worn on a lapel, pocket, or pinned to a bag!
All of the pins are made of hard enamel, which gives them a beautiful smooth finish.
$10 I don't know any weaver who doesn't have a soft spot for sheep! Featuring a sweet little red heart.
$10 Who doesn't love an alpaca? Every fiber artist must have at least one alpaca. And although you may see alpacas everywhere these days, this one is the most adorable of all.
$10 Just a tiny bit of bling in the red heart, this would look sweet on a jacket or maybe a project bag...
$10 Here's a happy little pin - a glittery ball of colos! It's made of hard enamel, which gives it a beautiful smooth finish.
$16 This little book is small enough to slip into a project bag- perfect for beginning weavers.
$19 This little loom is just 2.5 inches wide and 3.5 inches tall. What could be more portable than that? It comes in a kit with everything you need to start weaving.
$26-$28 The tiny loom comes all strung up and ready to weave. This kit features a rainbow of cotton yarns.
$22 The Lucy Loom is a perfect loom for kids to learn on because the warp threads are spaced farther apart- that makes it kid-friendly. It comes all strung up and ready to weave.
$12.50 A perfect gift for a yarn lover, these scissors are fun and functional.
$28 If you're looking for an elegant gift for a practical friend, this is it. These are the sharpest, most precise scissors I've ever owned.
$12.50 I love these Putford scissors. They're tiny, but fit easily into your hands. I know! I have big hands myself, and I love working with these scissors.
$34 I call it the Annie Loom, and it comes all strung up and ready to go! This is a good gift for someone who already has a yarn stash.
$35 Beginners to novice weavers, all will enjoy this little weaving project... everything you need to make this little ornament, and video tutorials too!
$35 If you love making tiny things you'll have fun with this kit. And if you've never made a basket before this is a great introduction. The kit comes with a complete set of video tutorials and a booklet of illustrated diagrams to help you sort out the techniques.
$40 Learn the ancient art of coiled basketry - with a bit of a twist. Instead of a basket, you'll craft a beautiful silk pendant. Complete video lessons.
$62-$95 For those who love the yarn in my kits, but don't need the loom - here is a collection of all the yarns featured in the kits.
$55-$64 The video lessons are easy for kids to understand - yes, I'm a bit silly sometimes, just like when I'm teaching at school.
$125 Maybe your weaver lives by the beach or maybe she's like me, far from the ocean but longing for its colors. I searched my stash to find yarns that reminded me of the ocean waves, and colors of the ocean rocks,
$125 Do wide open spaces, sun-drenched colors, and weathered landscapes fill your soul? The desert palette is your place.
$125 Imagine lying in a field of flowers and butterflies, the sun shining on your lovely weaving. Wouldn't that be a great gift for your favorite weaver?
$125 You can slip it into your purse or backpack, and you're ready to weave any time, even if you're not high up in the rainforest canopy.
$135 Wouldn't it be wonderful to pack a lunch, toss in your weaving project, and weave under a friendly tree?