You don’t have to be crafty to have a handmade holiday! Check out these scarves from indie crafters – perfect stocking stuffers!
Sure, making gifts can be a lot of fun, but if that’s not your speed, you can choose to do your holiday shopping from independent crafters instead of the big box store. You get a unique gift made with love while you support a small business – everybody wins!
I’m going for a hybrid this year of making gifts and picking up some super special handmade goodies – what about you guys? If you’re looking to add a little handmade love to your collection of stocking stuffers this year, check out these beautiful scarves! I love giving scarves as gifts – it’s something that works well for men and for women, and who doesn’t love a cozy scarf when it’s chilly outside, right?
If you’re shopping for someone who likes to keep it simple, this white modal scarf from Eco Karen is just right. Modal is a renewable fabric made from birch trees, and I love that she adds a little pizazz to this design with some lace and tassels. This scarf would go with everything!
For your more colorful giftees, I’m loving this scarf of many sweaters from A Second Chance. She chops up thrift store sweaters and reassembles them into colorful, quilted scarves. You could give this scarf to a man or a woman, and I love that it’s 100% recycled!
If you need more unisex scarf goodness, check out Little City Designs’ organic cotton scarf. It’s striped on one side and solid on the other, so it’s versatile enough for your gift recipient to wear with lots of different outfits.
Hurrah for scarves! If you’re opting to make gifts this year instead of buying them, check out this simple tutorial for making a cowl from a reclaimed sweater sleeve:
Hi there! My name is Becky Striepe (pronounced “stree-pee,” like “sleepy”), and I am a freelance writer and vegan crafter living in Atlanta, Georgia. My life’s mission is to make green crafting and vegan food accessible to everyone! Check out my new book: 40 Days of Green Smoothies!