One-Skein Crochet Projects

comments (2) February 10th, 2009     

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LindaPermann Linda Permann, contributor
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If you're working your way through your stash and hit up all the pretty, pretty, couldn't-leave-them-at-the-store single balls of yarn, you may be wondering what the heck you can make with them. I always go for hats and scarves, but recently I stumbled on this great roundup of free patterns, all designed with one-skein usage in mind. Keep in mind that there's no standard as far as yardage goes, so if you substitute yarns you might need a bit more than one skein—or you can work up a color combination using bits from several skeins. Also, please note that this is not my list of links, and a few of them are broken. I still think it's a great roundup, though, and you can always contact the person responsible for each pattern to see if they'll repost it. And don't forget Ravelry—just do a pattern search for "one skein crochet" and you'll turn up lots of options!

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cazmc writes: Thank you for this timely info Linda, as I have recently been given some free odd skeins.
Posted: 4:04 am on April 5th
Jen1964 writes: OK, I'll bite. In fact I just downloaded a couple of their patterns! Both my daughter & I have Reynaud's (= cold hands), and wrist warmers & fingerless gloves are something I JUST HADN"T thought of making, for some reason.
THANKS!
Posted: 10:52 am on February 22nd
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