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Organize Your Yarn Stash Yarn Ball Bands

Have you got a million ball bands lying around? Would you like to organize your yarn stash?

If you’re like me and save even the smallest “fiddly bits” of sock/fingering yarn for future use, then you’ll like this project. You create your own ball of yarn by knotting those bits together - nothing like being thrifty and artistic. Check out Hipknitizer’s Yarn Nuggets on Etsy if you want to pump up your scrap stash.

Fiddly Bits by Jana Pihota, free pattern on Ravelry. Great way to use those fiddly bits of scrap yarn!

Stacking plastic cubes

Creative Yarn Storage Solutions for Busy Knitters

Make your yarn collection double as wall decor! Plus, you don't have to walk too far to grab more yarn :). My dream room

Chloe - A ribbed drape collar shrug “Light weight but heavy with personality, pretty micro stitches in a double knit yarn give the illusion of a woven fabric and make the cardigan drape elegantly!” - Jo Storie -

Chloe, A ribbed drape collar shrug “Light weight but heavy with personality, pretty micro stitches in a double knit yarn give the illusion of a woven fabric and make the cardigan drape elegantly!

My cousin shows you how to make a phenomenal scarf with left over yarn and such.  Love it!

The Sexy Knitter: One woman's quest for hotness, style and good design: Tutorial: Four Strand Braided Yarn Scarf

How to join granny squares (and other #knitting and #crochet projects) with the mattress stitch on @ucrafter #TipsTuesday

How to join granny squares (and other knitting and crochet projects) with the mattress stitch on TipsTuesday

1000 Free Crochet Patterns RoundUp Oombawka Design Crochet

1000 Free Crochet Patterns

Looking for free crochet patterns? Here are free crochet patterns for you to choose from! These are conveniently organized by theme. PIN this post to save it for later! 1000 Free Crochet Patterns 20 Free Stash Buster Blanket Patterns 20 Free V

There have been two new knitting pattern photos this week that have made my eyes widen and my mouth fall open. Both happen to be near-black and off-white, which is a combo I find irresistible. And …

combine this idea with the sweater made this spring - would work well with that knitting pattern! (first one done this spring long back/short front, in the round sweater with dark grey colourblocking) New Favorites: Ebony and ivory knitting patterns

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