6 Simple Knit Stashbuster Patterns
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For knitters, part of being thrifty involves figuring out crafty ways to keep your yarn stash nice and organized. We’ve found that the easiest way to do this, is to clear out all the extras with some fun knit stashbusters. That means finding a hoard of easy knitting patterns that are ideal for scrap yarn!
If you’re currently on the hunt for a few of these patterns, then you’re in luck! In this exciting collection, we’ve pulled together some of our favorite free knitting patterns from our friends at AllFreeKnitting. With these patterns, you can having fun practicing knitting without making a trip to the yarn store.
1. 10 Minute Knit Ring
Get this pattern – In a matter of minutes, you can create your own colorful knit accessory. This simple knit bow is great for more than just rings. Knit up a few to act as embellishments for sweaters, hair clips, necklaces and more!
2. Rainbow Stashbuster Afghan
Get this pattern – The beauty about this afghan is it can be made over and over again with different results each time. So grab all your scrap yarn, whether its solid colors of variegated, and watch as the colors blend together to create a unique work of art.
3. Bold and Beautiful Scrap Afghan
Get this pattern – By following this easy log cabin knitting pattern, you’ll be able to create a piece of knitted fabric that resembles the striking appearance of stained glass windows.
4. Scrap Buster Phone Sock
Get this pattern – This Scrap Buster Phone Sock is a great scrap yarn project if you're looking to use up leftovers in your stash.
5. Sunset Stripes Mittens
Get this pattern – Bring the colors of a summer sunset to your wintry days with this knitted mitten pattern. These Sunset Stripes Mittens will bring warm, rich colors to your winter wardrobe.
6. Knitting Bookmarks
Get this pattern – Scrap busters have never been so fun! Knit your own DIY bookmarks with this Bookmark Trio knitting pattern. Craft your own unique bookmarks with your leftover yarn.
Which pattern will you try first?
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