Hey, knitters and crocheters reading this blog, I have a question for you. Ever wondered what to do with your yarn leftovers? Of course you have ;) There is always the solution of making a bohemian colorful piece, like a blanket or scarf, but as yarn leftovers are often mismatched in color and thickness they are hard to combine in a decent knitting project. There are, however, great no-knit projects you can try out. I've come across these fun and rather easy diys that look like they don't mind being made with yarn leftovers at all! Plus they are super cool to decorate with. Don't you agree? Would you make any of these for your home?
Nail and yarn wall art- Jen created a Home Sweet Home wall art for her wall over the couch. Looks like a great way to fill up a large empty wall in a budget friendly way. Imagine all the possibilities of this diy! (tutorial via Jen loves Kev)
Pom Pom pens- Love these cuties. They'd make a great gift or party favor and are so easy to make! (tutorial via Casual Craftlete)
Yarn tassel garland- Great for a party or a nursery decor. They are so fun and happy! I can see them with monochromatic combos for a more sleek result, given the fact that there is plenty yarn of the same kind left. (tutorial via Jacks&Kate)
Pom Pom accent rug- The cushiest diy on the list. And, probably the most time consuming. But its totally worthy, right? (tutorial via Pipa Quilts)
Yarn fonts- Yet another diy I love and have on my to-do list for ages but have never actually tried. Irene did this one with her kids so I guess it's not that hard after all. Maybe I can give it a second chance. (tutorial via Bloesem Kids)
Yarn banner- This diy has been practically everywhere around the blogosphere and can't see why not. It's super easy and super impressive at the same time. You can vary the size, colors and shape and create a bunch to hang as a group or go solo. (tutorial via Creative Bug)
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