Spoonie Gift Guide 2022

Spoonie Gift Guide 2022

Posted by Spoonie Threads Staff on

Tis the season to start giving!

We've compiled gift ideas for your favorite Spoonies from a range of adaptive companies!

Find family pjs to cozy slippers, funny ostomy bag covers and adaptive clothing for men, women and children. 

Check it out and have fun gift giving this holiday season! 

Spoonie Comfort Gifts

Zappos Adaptive has Uggs for kids and adults. Fluffy easy on and easy off slippers in playful bright prints make a gift that will be used daily. If these bright colors aren't your style, Zappos has a large selection of other slippers sure to suit everyone's taste.

Aerie features a wish list that includes these soft sherpa lined sock booties 

Get the whole family matching with adaptive pjs for everyone at Patti + Ricky

Electric blankets at Walmart.com to warm up on the couch or bed

Check out this company called Alivia who describes themselves as "radiance born from imaginative minds". They create womenswear with designs created by artwork from those with disabilities. Items include dress, skirts, pajamas and acessories. 

 And you're gonna wanna get cozy with the new adaptive collection from Spoonie Threads with soft, warm FLEECE!


Tubie & Port Care Gifts

Spoonie Threads has a lot of g-tube friendly apparel including new designs for long sleeve onesie bodysuits and pajamas
Stoma Stoma has playful t-shirts and onesies with original tubie-related designs with a lot of humor and wit. Check them out for a humorous gift. 
Walmart.com has book for kids to explain how gtube feed called 
Branches of the Vine:  My G-Tube Fills My Tummy
Spoonie Threads g-tube pads are a great gift or stocking stuffer. These soft and absorbent pads come in fun bright colors and soft neutrals and help keep skin from irritation and have NO rough edges or irritating exposed seams!
Choose from a 3 pack or a 7 pack. 
Spoonie Threads has brand new fleece clothing for your favorite tubies! Check out this Triple Zip Pullover with colorful zippers at the top allowing chest port access on BOTH sides, and a third zipper on the kangaroo pocket for abdominal access.

Diabetes Care Gifts


Patti + Ricki has cute bags for carrying your gear. Try a camo bag for insulin  or these type-awesome ones 

Diabetes subscription box. Try Bean's Betes Box or the Diabetes Box  

Spoonie Threads has two great gifts for your T1d friends: an insulin pump belt to carry their gear and keep their hands free or a support sleeve to help secure their devices on arms or legs. Available in brights or neutral shades. 

Ostomy Care Gifts

Vanilla Blush underwear 


MIGA Swimwear has great options for a  swimsuit at Patti + Ricki

Ostomy Secrets Skincare line 

Cancer and Post Surgery Care Gifts

Colorful striped Wheelchair bag by PunkinFutz at Patti + Ricky also works in walkers, scooters, strollers, bikes and carts. 

Spoonie Threads shoulder snap tees provide easy access to lines and ports during treatments--without having to remove clothes! In kids and adults sizes.

 If you need a walking cane Patti + Ricky has some versions with a bit more personality. Roses, stars and colorful tops.


Spoonie Threads has taken our ever popular Recovery Blouse and created two new products! We have blue and black blouses from a soft Chambray.

And we've made a warm and cozy Fleece Recovery Blouses in black, grey and pink!




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