How to use Bonbons Yarn

How to use Bonbons Yarn

How to use Bonbon YarnBeing the crochet enthusiast that you are, I'm sure you've gotten your hands on just about every type of yarn out there. There are so many types of yarn weights and yarn colors to choose from, and there are even different sizes of skeins to choose from. But, let us ask you this: have you tried your hand at bonbons yarn yet? Although they are small in size, they are large in impact. These miniature skeins of yarn can take you far with your crochet patterns.

You can find bonbons yarn collections in different colors and shades; they're perfect for any pattern that requires multiple colors or even patterns with embellishments. They might seem intimidating because you might be thinking "Well, what can I crochet with these?" Actually, there are quite a few options on how to use bonbon yarn. Not only are they adorable, but they're practical, too.





How to use Bonbon Yarn

Wondering what to make with bonbon yarn? You can make small projects, take-along crochet patterns, and even friendship bracelets. Need some more hints on smaller projects to make with this adorable yarn? How about using bonbons yarn to make:

  • Scarves
  • Ear Warmers
  • Coin Purses
  • Holiday Decorations
  • Lace Flowers
  • Baby Toys
  • Pattern Edgings
  • Phone Covers
  • Jewelry
  • Coasters
  • Baby Booties
  • Doll Clothes
  • Granny Squares
  • A Teaching Kit
  • Pom Poms
  • Amigurumi Characters
  • Gloves
  • Appliques

You might also like these crochet patterns that use Bonbons:

  1. Quirky Crochet Handbag
  2. Bright Bonbons Crochet Pouch
  3. Teal Wrap Bracelet
  4. Easter Bunny Playset
  5. Sassy Striped Crochet Headband
  6. Hanging Owl Crochet Container
  7. Beginner Crochet Headband
  8. Teeny Tiny Easter Eggs
  9. Ruffled Crochet Collar
  10. Bright Crochet Eggs


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