Nearly a year ago I did a roundup of 10 free crochet patterns that you can make with 10 yards of yarn. And recently I got a request for even more ideas! Well you know I love requests, and who doesn’t love a tiny pattern to use up odds and ends? So here you have it: 10 more free crochet patterns that use 10 yards of yarn – or less!
10 Free Crochet Patterns Using 10 Yards of Yarn:
- Little Karla Girl by Vanja Grundmann, on Amigurumi BB’s Blog: How adorable are these tiny crochet dolls?! At only 7-8 cm high, they are a super cute way to use up your yarn!
- Crochet Chair Socks by Raindrops & Daisies, a Ravelry download: If your chairs scratch up your floor, or make an annoying scraping noise, or if your downstairs neighbors are trying to sleep… crochet chair socks might be the answer! Such a great solution!
- Little Snake by Justyna Kacprzak, on Cute and Kaboodle: It’s the Year of the Snake, and this little crochet snake is very friendly!
- Fortune Cookie and Chinese Blessing by Yarn Twins, on Yarnovations: Very fun, and the plum blossom cozy included with the pattern is lovely as well!
- Candle Light Covers by The New Crochet, on the new crochet: Dress up your tea light holders and add a pop of color to your decor! Crochet in decor right now is hot!
- Granny Square Christmas Bauble by Tuula Maaria, a Ravelry download: You have to look closely to see that this pretty ornament is really 4 little crochet granny squares! Make one of these up with leftovers from every project and you’ll be all set for the holidays!
- Star Flower Puffs by “e” Lee, on The Crochet Lounge: These quick and cheerful little crochet flowers take only 1-2 yards of yarn each! Connect them together as you make them and you could even make a scarf, or a truly amazing blanket!
- Family Ties Father’s Day Card (and necktie embellishment) by Kathryn S. Jor, on fuzzbot designs blog: Father’s Day is coming up, and this free crochet necktie pattern includes a printable card to attach it too! Easy and perfect way for a crocheter to show her love!
- Chapstick / Lip Balm Holder by Kristy Ashmore, a Ravelry download: There are lots of crochet lip balm cozy patterns, but this one features a great photo tutorial, fun details, and a flap to keep your balm secure!
- ID Wine Glass Coaster by Tibbi Scott, on Tibbi’s Space: I do love a glass of wine, and this makes it even more fun! Perfect for crochet night with friends!
So between this roundup and the last, you’ve got 20 great crochet options for using up those last few yards of yarn! Even 1 yard is enough for some of these, so dive in and whip up something in minutes! But first, tell me what you favorite thing is to crochet with 10 yards of yarn or less!
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Thank you for posting my little Karla girl pattern. Really hope you will enjoy making as much as I did 🙂
Thanks for posting the fortune cookie (and plum blossom). They are super fun. Love the theme of this post. So many cute little projects! As a former card maker…the tie father’s day card tickled my fancy! =)
Thank you for adding my candle light covers. You have created a nice collection!!!
Thanks for sharing them! 😀
I love you for this! Thank you so much!
I am just cleaning out my yarn/thread stash. Great timing for these projects.
Awesome! I was just trying to figure out what to do with all my leftovers last night!
What about pacifier clips/holders? I’ve been making some, but can’t find any patterns I truly like!
Another great idea! There are 12 free patterns on Ravelry: http://rav.to/1m2FpnC 😀
This was a super helpful way to figure out what to do with yarn that wasn’t quiet working with my other scrap projects! Thank you!
I’m so glad, thank you Hannah!