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Spring Cleaning! Time to use up some of that scrap yarn to clean out your stash. I have collected some wonderful patterns for you that will use those small balls of yarn you have tucked away.
Here are the names and links of each pattern, along with a little something that each designer has to say about them.
1) Free Crochet Pattern…Scrap Love Scarf ~ Fiber Flux
This scarf is full of scrappy goodness. A simple vertical granny stripe shows off the many colors of all of your beautiful yarn leftovers. Take a trip to your yarn stash and work up a scrappy scarf of your own. Stash busting is a wonderful thing! Instructions included if you are using a different yarn weight too.
2) Japanese flower motif Crochet Pattern ~ Daisy Cottage Designs
If you’ve followed my blog and seen my crochet patterns for any length of time, you’re well aware with the fact that I love to crochet flowers. I’ve seen a few Japanese flower motifs recently and fell in love. I decided to whip up one of my own, and after a few trial and error attempts, I came up with one that I’m pleased with. I think it would be beautiful to make an entire afghan out of these flowers, but it’s probably more likely that I’ll use them as a stack of coasters on the coffee table. Either way, they’re beautiful and I’m going to enjoy them.
3) Quick Scrap Yarn Slip Stitch Bracelet ~ Jessie At Home
This bracelet is a great way to use up those little balls of yarn you have tucked away! They also make great last minute gifts. You can even choose your team colors to show your spirit. These bracelets work great as wrist warmers as well. You can make them as skinny or wide as you want, and any size you need! I find them very simple to make, but slip stitch crochet is considered an intermediate skill, hence the intermediate listing on this pattern. Enjoy!
4) Tag It Free Crochet Pattern ~ Moogly
Summer activities are in full swing here in Iowa, and with the long days spent outdoors there are two things a kid needs – plenty of sunscreen and drinking water! My youngest picked out a fresh new water bottle, but I wanted to make sure he’d be able to tell which one is his, and I had only 15 minutes before we had to go… so I whipped up this!
5) Net Yarn Hair Puff ~ Jessie At Home
Have you made something other then a scarf out of the ever~popular net yarn and have some left over with no clue what to do with it? I have the perfect solution for you. You can use it to make a fun, fluffy, puffy, bouncy hair band! All you need is a plain hair band and two or more yards of net yarn.
6) Crochet Daisy Granny Squares ~ The Stitchin’ Mommy
…when the weather gets warmer, I like to use my yarn for making things around the house like these Daisy Granny Square Coasters. Not only are they cute and perfect for spring, but they are also easily washable which I love. I can be a little crazy when it comes to putting a cup on my table with nothing underneath. My kitchen table is so hard to clean so I always use a coaster. If you’re anything like me, then this is the pattern for you! Keep in mind that if you don’t care for coasters, these Daisy Granny Squares would make an adorable blanket.
7) Vintage Button Re~Make ~ Jessie At Home
There is something about a vintage button that just says “make me a flower pin!” Or maybe it’s just the voices…
8) Dotted Headband ~ Jessie At Home
Here is a pretty little way to keep your hair back as the warm weather approaches. So many color options!! Have fun with it.
Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland over the last week!
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