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Whether you are home because you can or because you have to be, it’s time to crochet and relax. These 20 free crochet patterns allow you to use your yarn stash without buying new yarn.
Crocheters know how to calm down and relax. Grab some yarn from your yarn stash and some crochet patterns and crochet some amazing creations simply with your hands and a hook. It’s like a magic wand. After a few minutes, hours, days or weeks and you will see an amazing new handmade creation you can gift, sell or donate. That is such an amazing feeling. Like no other. But as yarn obsessed crocheters, we know that is no problem. Like this crochet meme says, we don’t run out of yarn!
So let’s use the yarn stash you accumulated and crochet your worries away with these 20 free crochet patterns. Some of them actually just need some soft yarn or any leftover yarn you might have laying around.
20 Free Yarn Stash Buster Crochet Patterns
The easiest and fastest crochet pattern in this collection is for sure this SCRUNCHIE pattern. It has ruffles and multiple layers. Make it unique and change colors as you wish.
This beautiful Petite Shells Button Cowl makes a quick but easy yarn stash buster pattern. Check out its elegance.
3. Phone Stand
This Phone Stand Wedge is popular right now. Likely because of the extra pockets and because you can use it for a tablet and book also. Enjoy!
This gorgeous Flower headband makes any spring day special. Matched with a dress and you will be the prettiest person anywhere, don’t you think?
This Woven in Time Blanket is so much easier than you might think. Simple strands woven together create this beautiful cozy blanket.
7. Bowl Cozy
The Cotton Bowl Cozy is my most popular crochet pattern ever. Still ranking very high on google and in crocheters hearts, this pattern is great for leftover cotton yarn.
8. Bunny Ears
How cute is this Bunny Ears headband? It sure makes a great project for easter and for your yarn stash, don’t you think?
Speaking of cute, this adorable Penguin is also great for some leftover yarn you have in your stash to make your kids or grandkids super happy.
10. Scrap Blanket
Maria is the queen of leftover yarn blanket designs. This Scrap Yarn Blanket is for sure an eye-catcher and needs to be shown off and crocheted.
11. Granny Square Blanket
However, this Flower Pop Granny Square Blanket can be made in so many different colors and variations. It will use up lots of your little yarn scraps, don’t you think?
As a gift, this Rose pattern is always great. Whether it’s for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day or a Birthday, you can make this pattern quick and easy.
13. Mop Cover
It’s Spring which means spring cleaning is in full swing for most people around the world. So grab some yarn from your stash and make this quick Mop cover pattern.
Speaking of cleaning, how about this cute sun scrubby? I would clean myself or even the house (with a separate one of course) any day of the year.
15. Stress Ball
16. Cleaning Cover
This is another amazing cleaning cover. Perfect for a soap bar so they don’t slip off your hands and fly around your bathroom. Has this ever happened to you? No? Just me? LOL
17. Easter Basket
With Easter just around this corner, this basket pattern is for sure an eye-catcher and super popular. Change the color of the yarn and you can use it throughout the year.
19. Chair Sock
My kids love pushing furniture around. But I don’t love how it ruins my floors. This chair sock cozy pattern is perfect to protect my floors and use leftover yarn.
Now if this Mandala pattern is not beautiful, I don’t know what is. Love how the colors spread out. It can make you dream of an amazing time with your yarn and crochet.
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