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Everyone can benefit from a warm knitted hat. Bad Habit Knits has some wonderful color combinations with fun pom-poms which fit most head sizes. $38

15 gifts that work for everyone

Finding the perfect gift for everyone on your list can be tough! It takes a ton of energy to find something that will appeal to most people. To help you out, Seattle Refined has put together a list of 15 gifts that we think will work for practically anyone.

  1. Dig a Terrarium. This lovely terrarium adds a minimalist, yet natural touch to any home. The glass terrarium is ideal for housing succulents, ferns or small flowers and comes with a monogrammed stopper to personalize for your gift recipient. $58
  2. List Maker. From Moorea Seal comes 52 Lists and 52 Lists of Happiness. The 52 Lists Project features 52 prompts, one for each week of the year, ranging from the introspective to the aspirational. Arranged by season, each list comes with a "Take Action" prompt to help you take your learnings and move forward. This book is a way to take stock without having to devote hours and hours to introspection. Seal’s other book, 52 Lists for Happiness features 52 prompts for happiness. $16.95
  3. Hygge Lights. Bring hygge to your gift recipient with a beautiful Mer Sea Candle from Satsuma. The healing powers of salty air will help create a cozy feeling while delivering a spicy mineral scent that reminds one of being by the sea with over 50 hours of burn time. $35
  4. Succulent Designs. Bring fresh air as a gift and you’ll be thanked. Tillandsias a.k.a air plants are unique plants and lots of fun to grow. Their care requirements are minimal which makes them an ideal gift when placed in a sea urchin shell from Succulent Designs on Etsy. $5.99
  5. Tasty Spreads. Give the gift of mustards from Mustard and Co! Their gift pack with 5 original flavors in cute, mini jars makes for a wonderful gift for just about anyone, from mustard-loving friends to hostesses. The gift set includes five 2.2 oz jars of their 6 varieties - Classic, Honey Curry, Garlic Dill, Black Truffle, Smoky BBQ, and Golden Dijon, along with recipe cards for each flavor. $25
  6. Festive Ornamentation. Kata Golda's Polar Bear Ornament is the ideal gift, even if your recipient doesn’t decorate a tree. Hand-stitched from hand-dyed will felt, this polar bear is a fun way to celebrate the winter season. $28
  7. Something Fishy. The Smoked Drifter’s Fish Smoked Copper River Sockeye Salmon is sure to be a hit with any gift recipient. Packaged in reusable 6.5 ounce glass jars, the smoked salmon has a shelf life of five years. Package of 2 smoked salmon jars, $32
  8. Preserved Delight. The folks at Stopskys know how to make great foods taste even better. Bring a jar of their Smoked Castelvetrano Olives or Brandied Cherries for a sure show-stopper. The Castelvetrano olives are gently smoked with apple wood which gives me a unique flavor. Fresh local cherries are combined with cinnamon spice and Brandy for Brandied Cherries, perfect for ice cream or smooth cocktails. $12.
  9. Island Goodness. The Girl Meets Dirt Island Heirloom Sampler is packed full of heirloom island goodness. Starting with handmade preserves with fruit from 100 year old Orcas Island orchards, the basket includes two signature Spoon Preserves, two signature Cutting Preserves, Italian Plum Shrub and a Laguiole cheese knife in a r reusable white powder coated wire basket. $80
  10. Reindeer Games. Filson has crafted up a beautiful set of American Frontier Playing Cards featuring wildlife illustrations of the late 19th century. Each face card is filled with stunning hand-drawn detail, and features era-appropriate touches like the 1895 Bicycle "Expert Back" deck logo. Made in the USA by Frontier Playing Cards, this first edition boxed set includes both the wildlife deck and the predator edition deck. $22
  11. Chocolate Sampler. jcoco’s tasting experience gift set gives everyone a chance to sample a taste of jcoco’s exquisite flavors and a deluxe box of milk and dark chocolate caramels. Featuring flavors such as arabica cherry espresso made with the whole coffee fruit, black fig pistachio, bali sea salt, edamame sea salt and noble dark with tasted nibs. Each purchase provides a donation of 12 servings of fresh food to a family in need. $100.00
  12. Friends that Read Together, Stay Together. Books are always a great gift so grab a gift card from the Elliott Bay Book Company or snag a copy of New York Times bestseller and Seattle Refined Book Club pick, The Mothers by Brit Bennett. The Mothers tells the story of Nadia Turner, a rebellious, seventeen-year-old beauty. Mourning her own mother’s recent suicide, she takes up with the local pastor’s son Luke Sheppard. They are young; it’s not serious. But the pregnancy that results from this teen romance - and the subsequent cover-up - will have an impact that goes far beyond their youth. As Nadia hides her secret from everyone, including Aubrey, her God-fearing best friend, the years move quickly. Soon, Nadia, Luke, and Aubrey are full-fledged adults and still living in debt to the choices they made that one seaside summer.
  13. Carry-On. Travel doesn't mean that you can’t enjoy a good cocktail or cocktail while in the air. Sur La Table helps you keep your drinks classy with a TS and FAA complaint Moscow Mule Carry-On Cocktail Kit. The Moscow Mule Carry-On Cocktail Kit It comes with everything you need (except alcohol or your choice of a non-alcoholic mixer) to mix two Moscow Mules including two servings of ginger syrup, 1/2 oz jigger, bar spoon with muddler, linen coaster and a recipe card in a copper-finished tin case. $24
  14. Pampered Feet. Sheepskin Slippers are a nice way to pamper tired holiday feet. Hand-crafted on Whidbey Island from Northstar Trading Co., these slippers will keep toes toasty and warm. $109.95
  15. Cozy and Warm. Everyone can benefit from a warm knitted hat. Bad Habit Knits has some wonderful color combinations with fun pom-poms which fit most head sizes. $38