Stash Busting Challenge

leftover yarn projects

What do you do with your leftover yarn? You know those small balls of yarn and partial skeins you have leftover from previous projects?

Don’t throw it out or discard it! Keep them all in a small jar or container and when it’s full, it’s time for some stash busting projects!

That’s what we are here for! It’s time to give you some ideas of small, quick and cute projects you can make using this yarn. These leftover yarn projects are also great for quick gifts, it’s a win-win in my book!

I challenged my designer friends with helping us create a list of projects perfect for all that leftover yarn to share over the coming weeks!

Using this list, youโ€™ll easily clear out your own scrap yarn pile.

No time right now? Pin these scrap yarn project ideas for later!

What to do with leftover yarn: 111 Free scrap yarn projects

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Leftover Yarn Projects Week 1: June 9 – 15

leftover yarn project ideas week 1 patterns 1 to 9

1. Crochet Glasses Case by Joy of Motion Crochet

2. Fold over phone case by Sunflower Cottage Crochet

3. Iris stitch in a square hot pad by Made by Gootie

4. Sunflower Applique by Raffamusa Designs

5. Sunshine Crochet Coasters by Crafting Each Day

6. Lotte Lace Corner Bookmark by Blue Star Crochet Company

7. Super Simple Crochet Coaster by Sigoni Macaroni

8. Chevron Stripes Pouch by Loops and Love Crochet

9. Crochet Puff Stitch Face Scrubbies by Desert Blossom Crafts

leftover yarn project ideas week 1 patterns 10 to 15

10. Easy Boho Evening Purse by King and Eye

11. Heart Jar Cosy by Hooked on Patterns

12. Palm Tree Key Chain by Through the Loop Yarn Crafts

13. Leopard Clutch by E’Claire Makery

14. Super Scrappy Scarf by Carroway Crochet

15. Linen potholder by me, Knitting with Chopsticks

Leftover Yarn Projects Week 2: June 16 – 22

  1. Hydrangea Blanket Square by me, Knitting with Chopsticks

2. Classic Striped Dishtowel by Joy of Motion Crochet

3. Norja Napkin Rings by Sunflower Cottage Crochet

4. Fruit Slices Keychains by Raffamusa Designs

5. Flower Face Scrubbies by Made by Gootie

6. Crochet Oval Placemat Pattern by Crafting Each Day

7. Cottage Blanket by Blue Star Crochet Company

8. Stash Buster Sweater by Two Brothers Blankets

9. Amigurumi Cupcakes by Loops and Love Crochet

10. Cable Cafetiere Cozy by Cloudberry Crochet

11. Candy Swirl Spiral Coaster by Hooked on Patterns

12. Minimalist Wall Hanging by Noor’s Knits

13. Square Woven Basket by Knitz and Purlz

14. Dad’s Soap on a Rope by Through The Loop Yarn Crafts

15. Happily Ever After Shawl by E’Claire Makery

16. Kitchen Tea Towel by My Crochet Space

17. Rainbow Fringe Bralette by Carroway Crochet

18. Moss Stitch Headband by Desert Blossom Crafts

19. Cotton Face Scrubbie by Remingron Lane Crochet

Leftover Yarn Projects Week 3 : June 23 – 29

Stash busting challenge leftover yarn project ideas week 3
  1. Candy Cane Blanket Square by me, Knitting with Chopsticks

2. Classic Striped Potholder by Joy of Motion Crochet

3. Page Mod Scarf by Sunflower Cottage Crochet

4. Penelope Placemat by Made by Gootie

5. Jellyfish and Octopus Appliques by Raffamusa Designs

6. Gracie Gift Bag by Crafting Each Day

7. Wedge Project Bag by Blue Star Crochet

8. WIP Pattern Bag by Fosbas Crochet

9. Triangle Bunting by Three Fates Creations

Stash busting challenge leftover yarn project ideas week 3

10. C2C Lemon Peel Dishcloth by Loops and Love Crochet

11. Eyeball Coasters by Hooked on Patterns

12. Any Way Skinny Wrap by Through the Loop Yarn Crafts

13. Monstera Clutch by E’Claire Makery

14. Crochet Thick Potholder by My Crochet Space

15. Happy Scrappy Sweater by Carroway Crochet

16. Seaside Mug Rug by Desert Blossom Crafts

17. Pankh Dishcloth by Knitter Knotter

18. USA Mug Rug by Remington Lane

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