When You Gift, I Gift, We Gift: Kids Edition!

Here we are again: how except to solves that age-old riddle/problem, What to give to loved ones? It’s tough out there, so we asked some of our textile world pals to help us out and let us know what they’ll will be gifting this year. This week, we have the wonderful and gracious Anna Wallack, designer of culty kids knitwear line Misha + Puff!


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We love Anna’s style when it comes to kids. It’s not easy striking the right balance between whimsy, practicality and wearability, but she you’d never know by watching her do it! Take a look at her kid picks and shop ‘em below!


Misha and Puff Log Cabin Quilt, $298. “This combines all of the season's colors into one blanket, so it goes with everything, but can also stands on its own. Perfect for the nursery, carseat, and stroller.”

Misha and Puff Layette Acorn Bonnet, $68. “Nothing better than a brand new baby in the coziest knits.”

Tessa Layzelle Ship-Shape Quilt, £120. “I love this as a quilt, but also kids’ room decor.”

Misha and Puff x Polkadot Club Bunny. “This fall will be our 4th season doing this together. Jen from PDC is a second-generation teddy bear maker, and creates a collection of beautiful handmade heritage toys. We scale our handknits down to their size, and are always blown away by the final results.”

Lykke “Driftwood” Straight Needles at Fringe Supply Co, $6.50-$150. “My son Nadav is going to get knitting lessons and yarn and needles from me for Chanukah. He has been asking since he was 3. He's 8 now and definitely ready.”

Misha and Puff Layette Twig Cap ($68) and Tall Day Hikes Booties ($78). “Any piece from our new cashmere layette collection is perfect for gifting to a new baby! It's our first-ever blend of merino and cashmere, and it's ultra soft and special.”

Fairy House Kit at Merci Milo, $40. “My four year old daughter Izzy will love building a fairy world for herself.”