Stash Buster Yarn Bowl


Stash Buster Yarn Bowl


Stash Buster Yarn Bowl

"This pattern is for all those random ends of yarn, balled up, which you may or may not have everywhere. I wanted to use those ends and then also find a way to organize them in a visually pleasing manner. I hope you find this pattern to be as useful as I have."


Crochet HookL/11 or 8 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished SizeHeight: 5.5

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I could absolutely use a yarn bowl. I have yarn on shelves, yarn in bags on the floor, and yarn stacked in boxes in my office. Actually, most of the time, I dont even know what kind or colors of yarn I have and wind up repeat buying them again. This is a very cute idea. Bet my cat will enjoy it too.

Very nice pattern! I really like the way this artist made it so versatile on size, shape and color! It has a very earthy feel to it. I also like the way it could potentially use up quite a bit of my leftover yarns. Great to see it in several different sizes and colors too!

My craft studio is fairly tidy but there is always a need for more baskets or bowls to hold this or that. This pattern uses 3 strands and is such a good way to use up odd bits and pieces of left over yarns hd, boy, do I have a lot of those! The shape of the bowl is also really nice and I think I will add a couple of handles but will decide when the bowl is almost done.

Love this stash buster, however, I have learned through trial and error that you need to use a substantial yarn for the basket. The soft ones just turn out limp and saggy. This pattern is very adjustable to whatever size you need and the reverse single crochet makes a perfect edge for the top.

Wow! This might be one of the the best patterns I have come across, ever. EVERYBODY needs a large bowl for stuff. And the look of the scraps gives it such a handmade look, like it came right from a pioneer woman in her log cabin. It looks like it has a history. A story. But the truth is, it is such a simple idea that I wish I HAD thought of! I have so much yarn at home and it's all random weights and random colors. I think I found my project. She gives great directions on how to change the diameter and the height, too.


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