What’s really great about crafts made with yarn is that you can often make use of scraps of yarn leftover from knitting and crocheting and other such projects. It’s bright and colorful and incredibly versatile.
There are so many things that you can make from yarn and we’ve rounded up some of our favorites here. If you don’t have any scraps, be sure to check your local dollar store for inexpensive yarn in a variety of colors.
We’ve got some great finger knitting projects here. Check them out!
Crafts Made with Yarn
There are so many different kinds of yarn craft projects below. We think you’re going to love them!
How cute are these? They’d be perfect for decorating your room or a party!
Super simple but really cute! You can make this easily with as many different colors of yarn that you want.
These are so sweet! Tiny little hat ornaments that you can whip up in almost no time.
These are a fun way to decorate for fall! Hang them anywhere.
We’ve got lots of ideas for you with various types of weaving. This circle weaving is a fun one.
A perfect way to perk up a blank wall in your room!
We love how bright and colorful this pompom wreath is!
Punch some holes in a paper plate and start making some yarn art!
The kids will get a kick out of making these adorable pompom spiders.
These are simple but so pretty! Make several and hang them as a mobile or bunting.
No knitting needles or crochet hooks required for this simple loop yarn blanket.
Here’s another beautiful version of a yarn wall hanging with beads added.
Use some scraps of yarn to make a set of coasters for your home.
Make some pretty jewelry with yarn? Yes you can!
A fun way to take one a word you like and turn it into art!
This is such a fun way to take some inexpensive baskets from the thrift shop and give them some flair.
Add some color and texture to old bottles and elevate them into something special.
This not only adds some color to your decor, but it also gives you a place to display your favorite photos.
Do you know what a mug rug is? More than just a coaster, mug rugs are made to be bigger – large enough to hold both a mug and a snack! This is made using a simple weaving method called Saori. All you need is yarn and cardboard.