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30 Stash Busting Crochet Patterns

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In this post, you will see 30 stash-busting crochet patterns.

All crocheters have a yarn stash full of one skein wonders and leftovers from other projects.

A great way to use them up is to choose small projects like washcloths, storage baskets, and bags.

You could also choose larger projects like striped shawls, striped baby blankets, or a scrap yarn throw blanket.

woman crocheting using up her yarn stash

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Shopping Your Own Stash

In these strange times, we may not be able to make it to the yarn store or feel very safe doing so.

Even ordering yarn online is a little daunting, thinking about when your package will arrive and the process of cleaning it.

So what else can you do? – Shop your own stash!

Our yarn stashes are just waiting to be used up and there is no better time than now.

Stash busting crochet patterns

What About Earth Friendly Crochet?

Make a selection of reusable items for your self-care by choosing to make crochet dishcloths, washcloths, face scrubbies, and more!

The crochet bathroom patterns will be long-lasting, reusable, and also make great gifts.

There is also a great drawstring bag to make that can be used for many things.

See the earth-friendly bathroom crochet pattern bundle here or get the patterns in the list below.

woman making a crochet basket

More Yarn Stash Patterns

If you want to see more patterns that will help you to use up your scrap yarn, then take a look at this post: 20 Patterns To Use Up Your Yarn Stash.

This pattern roundup includes both knitting and crochet patterns.

There are many small projects to choose from as well as larger projects like blankets.

There is also this post – 30 Stash Busting Knitting Patterns for all of you knitters out there.

30 Stash Busting Crochet Patterns

Choose a new crochet project and use up those yarns you have in your yarn stash.

There are 30 pattern posts to choose from, ranging from smaller projects to larger projects.

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