I think it’s the time of year, but I’m on a bit of a yarn bender again. I bought two of these babies a couple of weeks ago: (photo is Amazon affiliate link)
I’ve made three infinity scarves with these, and none of them took me more than a couple of hours. You can link them together, and I just found out there’s also a set of corners available. I’m definitely going to need more yarn. And probably a few people to gift scarves to.
As I’ve mentioned many, MANY times before, the only way I can create anything with yarn is with a loom. When I try to knit or crochet the traditional ways, I pull that poor yarn so tight the sheep almost pops out. Well, it turns out there are lots of things you can do with yarn that don’t require that particular set of skills, so count me in.
This Paint With Yarn project from Zombies Wearing Helmets looks almost therapeutic. Another place I saw this technique, they were using stick-on floor tiles instead of glue to make it more kid-friendly. Either way, I’d like to give it a try.
I’ve made this style of basket with fabric, but not yarn. I like the fuzzy look of it. After you’re done making your Woven Yarn Basket with Happy Hour Projects, you could use it to hold your yarn!
These yarn feathers from Blue Sky Confections are gorgeous, and I want to put them everywhere.
I found lots of yarn-wrapped letters, but what I particularly liked about this version from DIY Candy is the handwritten look of it, not to mention the fact that you don’t need to go out and buy the letters.
I like how these DIY Woven Bangles from My Poppet combine an old craft with something as popular as weaving is right now.
This Modern Yarn Hanging from Homey Oh My reminds me of the macramé wall hangings from way back, yet still manages to look current.
I’m not sure my pom pom would come out looking this nice and even, but this quick technique from Handmade Charlotte would be fun to try.
Can you believe this Wolf Tail from iSave A to Z starts out as ordinary yarn?
These sweet little flowers from Petals to Picots remind me spring will come back. Eventually.
If you’re going to spend that much time playing around with yarn, wouldn’t it be nice to have one of those fancy yarn bowls to dispense it from? Seven Thirty Three shows you how you can make one yourself.
I love curating my Friday Favorites each week, and I want to make sure that the talented people who have created these projects are fully acknowledged for their work. Before you pin or share, please click through the link or photo to the originating website. You can also find all the projects each week on my Friday Favorites Pinterest board. Thank you!