In this post, you will see 20 patterns to use up your yarn stash.
We makers have a never-ending love for yarn and definitely buy a lot of it.
Special yarn for upcoming projects, the yarn we think is going to make a cute sweater, a cool hat or a pretty pair of gloves.
We all have balls, skeins and scraps of yarn leftover from previous projects that we don’t know what to do with, but never want to throw away.
If your yarn collection is bursting and you can’t justify buying new yarn right now, then its time to bust your stash!
Starting from your yarn leftovers, those one skein wonders and any other yarn you have going spare.
Shop Your Stash
The scraps of yarn and oddballs you are keeping in your stash can become beautiful knits or crocheted items.
All of us knitters and crocheters have a yarn stash just waiting to be used.
What Can You Do With Leftover Yarn?
You can use it to create large scale projects like scarves, throws or rugs as well as creating a lot of small knitting projects.
There are a lot of scrap yarn projects you can choose from for both knitting or crochet including;
- You can make coasters to keep your tables water ring free.
- Knitted jewellery (earrings, bracelets).
- Headbands for your hair.
You can make pretty much everything with your leftover scraps of yarn that you have in your stash.
What Can I Knit With Leftover Sock Yarn?
Also, if you love making socks, you probably have a lot of sock yarn leftovers to use up.
Sock yarn is often a blend of fibres that make the finished fabric more durable so all your new projects will be long-lasting.
You can make a variety of knits using sock yarn including;
- Colourful shawls.
- Striped blankets.
- Crochet granny squares.
- Striped gloves.
- Scrappy socks.
How Do You Use Yarn Scraps?
Bust your stash and make awesome small or large knitting or crochet projects.
You can use up all your leftovers and scraps of yarn that have been sitting in your collection.
You can utilize yarn that would have never been used otherwise to make gifts for your friends and family and open up space in your stash for new yarn.
Take a look below at the round-up of patterns and find your next project.
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