New Yarn Stash Buster – Infinity Scarf

InfinityScarfFeature

Well, in case you were wondering, my stash of yarn still exists! It’s slowly dwindling, but with every new project I take on there’s always that awkward half skein left over. And that’s exactly how I acquired the yarn I used in this project! I originally used this yarn to whip[Read more]

Yarn Stash Buster: Crochet Circle Baby Blanket

Circle Baby Blanket

Project “Yarn Stash Buster” is still in progress.  Today I want to share with you a colorful crocheted circle baby blanket made from the never ending yarn pile I continue to share with you.  It’s like that plate of spaghetti in the restaurant.  No matter how much you eat it[Read more]

Yarn Stash Buster: Baby Socks

Yarn Stash Buster: Baby Socks by Grace Elizabeth's

What do you do with that leftover sock yarn?  The perfect yarn stash buster is knitting baby socks of course. I always have yarn leftover when I make a pair of adult size socks.  This is the perfect project to use some of my sock yarn stash.  The pattern is[Read more]

Yarn Stash Buster: Baby Houndstooth Blanket

Yarn Stash Buster: Baby Houndstooth Blanket www.graceelizabeths.com

Are you ready for another “Yarn Stash Buster?”  This crocheted baby blanket may look familiar to those who follow our blog.   It was created by using a popular pattern found on the Grace Elizabeth’s Etsy shop – Houndstooth Afghan.     The pattern is for a full-sized afghan; however, I simply adjusted the beginning chain[Read more]

Yarn Stash Buster: Knitted Cowl

Yarn Stash Buster: Knitted Cowl - Free Pattern

Are you ready for a “Yarn Stash Buster?”  This knitted cowl was a natural.  I simply used a tried and true pattern from a past post, so if you are looking for a free pattern, here it is – Easy Peasy Knitted Cowl. I’m not sure which finished cowl I like[Read more]

Yarn Stash Buster

Yarn Stash Busters:  New blog post series at www.graceelizabeths.com

Do you have a Yarn Stash or are you a great Yarn Stash Buster?  I didn’t think I had a stash until I took an honest look at my closet.  I have always prided myself in not buying any supply unless I had a project in mind.  I have never (ok[Read more]