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Gifts made with love from New England

“Spirit of Boston” whiskey.

At what price supreme coziness? This soft throw is 100 percent South African mohair and was created on a wooden loom by weavers at Nantucket Looms’ island studio. It’s their annual signature piece. $450 at Nantucket Looms, 51 Main St., Nantucket, 508-228-1908, www.nantucketlooms.com

Brighten someone’s bar with the limited-edition “Spirit of Boston” set, a three-pack of whiskey distilled from a trio of Samuel Adams beers: New World Tripel, Thirteenth Hour, and Merry Maker Gingerbread Stout. Distillery creator Rhonda Kallman cofounded Boston Beer Co., which brews trusty Sam. $120 for three 375-milliliter bottles from Boston Harbor Distillery, 12R Ericsson St., Boston, 617-533-7001, www.bostonharbordistillery.com

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The “Allard” end table comes from a family-run farm in St. Johnsbury, Vt., where trees are tapped for syrup each spring. Each smoothly sanded sugar maple top has unique tap marks — a sweet gift indeed. From $429 at Room & Board, 375 Newbury St., Boston, 617-351-0020, www.roomandboard.com

Fort Point designer Jill Rosenwald thinks her jaunty gold-plaid “Belly Bowl” is “full of glitzy glamour.” Fill it with potpourri, flowers, or candy for a sparkly host gift. $96 from Jill Rosenwald Studio, 369 Congress St., Second floor, Boston, 617-422-0787, www.jillrosenwald.com

Fiber artist Aimee-Michelle Pratt from Somerville’s Fox and Quail studio creates one-of-a-kind woven wall hangings using soothing colors and various fringes and lengths. Each hangs from a brass rod. She will be teaching weaving workshops at Olives & Grace. $175 at Olives & Grace, 623 Tremont St., Boston, 617-236-4536, www.olivesandgrace.com

Kara Baskin can be reached at kcbaskin@gmail.com.
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