The end of the year means two things: the holidays are coming and it’s knitting season!  Stumped on a gift for the friend who can’t put down their needles except to walk the pup? We found eight ideas on Etsy that will fit the bill!

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8 Gifts For Dog Lovers Who Knit

Dog Knitting Project Bag

Knitters can tote their projects in style in this project pouch! It’s fully lined and features a six-inch web strap and a zipper closure. Plus: there’s a SEWN-IN MEASURING TAPE. My fellow knitters know how great that is!

Dog Faces Stitch Markers

These stitch markers feature six different (and adorable) dog faces dangling from gold-tone hardware. There are four options for the hardware — small ring, large ring, lobster, and leverback — and these are absolutely some of the cutest stitch markers on the market.

Dachshund or Corgi Knitting Needle Gauge

Not going to lie: I own the corgi one! These needle gauges are adorable, well-made, and super local to me. (They’re made in Rhode Island!)

Boston Terrier Double Pointed Needle Cozy

Any other sock knitters out there? They can be a pain to bring along while traveling without dropping stitches. These Boston Terrier DPN holders are the most adorable solution!

Dachshund Needle Case

Cute? Yes. Also practical? Absolutely! Thank of how cute it’ll be to carry needles and notions in this cute dachshund case.


Keep that yarn tidy with this cute-as-heck handmade yarn bowl!

Dog and Yarn Enamel Pin

Proudly represent two of your biggest loves with this enamel pin featuring both a cute pup and ball o’ yarn! Stick it on your project bag, stick it on your jacket, stick it on a beanie…the options are endless!

Knitting Dog Leggings

Can these GET any cuter? These leggings come in five lengths and feature the more adorable pattern. Perfect for cozy knitting days on the couch!


Rochelle BaRoss is an accessory designer by day and a blogger, entrepreneur, and dog mom by night. She moved to Brooklyn in 2012 without a paying job, signed a lease on a two-bedroom apartment with five other people, and worked hard and saved for years until she could move into her own studio apartment and adopt Henry, her terrier mix.

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