Tag Archives: stash buster

Holey Cocoa II!

This pattern is the Holey Cocoa! by Silvia da Silva which is my go-to for having an ‘around the town’ project in my purse. I add [...]

Baja Striped Shawl

This was a fun pattern and by the time you’re bored, you get to do some garter for speed, the the edging begins! Yarn held doubled thr [...]

Floor Length Scarf

Makes a great loooong wrap or a very bulky scarf. FUN. This scarf used 1000+ yards of leftover Lion Brand Heartland from my Small Flower Bla [...]

Finishing the Hugo Poncho

The Hugo Poncho is finished! This became a bit monotonous, as any large knit might. Thanks fully I was able to trek on since the yarn was so [...]

Irish Chevron Scarf

Back in Summer 2013, we visited Ireland and I found some souvenir yarns. I wanted a project where I was able to use them all but living in F [...]

Summer Linen Destash Top

Made a top from old-weird-splitty-linen-yarn (MaggiKnits Maggi’s Linen) that I really needed to either use, or toss. No pattern, just [...]

Dishcloth mania

Decided to try to de-stash some leftover cotton and make some dishcloths for friends and upcoming gifts I’m going to need. The knit on [...]

Well Dressed Whiskey

We were headed to a grown-up’s birthday party, with whiskey in mind for our gift, but wanted to wrap it in a unique way. Found the Cab [...]

Ewe Tube Cowl

This pattern is fun for me, so I wanted to put it out there and hope others enjoy it too. It’s done in sock weight and I’ve made [...]

The Wooleater Blanket

I finished it and it sure did eat a LOT of wool! Made with acrylic yarns leftover from other projects. Somehow, I had a whole rainbow but fo [...]

Colorful Noro Granny Scarf

Made from Noro leftovers and Paton’s Kroy (held double) I made a stash buster scarf that will look great with my winter coat. Modifica [...]

Aqua Peasant Shawl

This was a project I hoped to make on a recent car trip we went on, but I was too car sick and nothing was helping this time. The yarn is Wo [...]

Red & Tan Shawl

This crocheted red and tan shawl is made from various gifts of threads I’ve received over time from some lovely friends. The body is a [...]

Zoey’s leash

You may remember Zoey, our sweet little rescue dog who loves my knitting (she’s showed her love for it many times over). Remember her? [...]

Black Cherry Scarf

I tend to make some of the same things over and over and that’s when I know people might also enjoy the pattern. If I can’t make [...]

WHO has a new Kindle Cover?

Well, I almost do. I was working on a Kindle cover pattern test for someone, and once I completed that, I thought if I changed it a little, [...]

Raspberry Frill

This pattern is available: Find it on Etsy Find it on Ravelry A class sample for the Knitting Garden and uses up some JoJoland Melody Superw [...]

More pattern testing, Plumeria Frill

Tried a destash version and really liking it enough to keep it for myself. The pin is one of my own creations from some mahogany found in my [...]

Gladiator Cowl in Crochet

A simple cowl for stash busting or showing off the beautiful colors in some of your favorite yarns. This one is done in Manos del Uruguay an [...]

Happy Bearthday!

We have a new baby (one of several) arriving soon in my family. I’ve never met this cousin, but we found each other on Facebook, She n [...]

Diamond Exchange Scarf Class

This class will be taught at The Knitting Garden in Coral Gables, FL – Saturday, November 20th, 2010 from 3-5pm. The class will includ [...]

Chevron Scarf…

I’ve been working on the Chevron Scarf by Joelle Hoverson for a while and finally was able to cast off last night. I’m closing i [...]

Crocheting for a cause…

Having had 2 preemies, I try to give to the preemie charities whenever I can. In a group I belong to, August was declared “Preemie Mon [...]

Miniature Sweater

I can’t throw away scraps of handpainted yarns, so they’ll be tiny sweaters in my Dollhouse Little Yarn Shop I’m working o [...]

The Cabin Shawl – a free pattern

Nice little stash buster shawl. Great for using up 2 yarn colors that are similar in weight. Yarns used for these shawls: Schoppel-Wolle Cra [...]

Michelle’s Bookworm Recipe – a free pattern

If you have yarn scraps (and I bet you do) this is a great little project to use them up and readers and children seem to love them. I have [...]
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