LOL! That’s adorable!
i thought these would be appropriate for breast cancer awareness month…
Wow thanks everyone for all the awesome patterns!
[U][COLOR=purple]Cable Knit Wristlets[/COLOR][/U]
[U][COLOR=purple]Anna of Green Cables Hat[/COLOR][/U]
[U][COLOR=purple]Credit Card Holder[/COLOR][/U]
[U][COLOR=#810081]Doh!nut Neck Tube[/COLOR][/U]
[U][COLOR=#810081]Gift of Time Dishcloth[/COLOR][/U]
[U][COLOR=#810081]Pencil Scarf[/COLOR][/U] (soo cute!)
ok, you’ve got a mission today: find a pattern that requires just one ball of Patons SWS.
now get looking! :out:
This pattern can use up wool bits.
great patterns Samsam–i luv them.
I’ve got a really cute cell phone cover pattern here thanks to Becky Morgan!
alright, the next mission is similar. find a pattern that uses one ball of Noro Silk Garden.
This Stash Shawl uses way more than just one ball of yarn, but its a great way to use up your oddballs. I love the concept of it, but i think i would make it in more of a triagular shape. i’d probably just cast on about 3 stitches and increase until i like the size of it.
I’m quite fond of this lunchbag from knitty.
(It takes 2 skeins but I know my stash can handle it.)
Baby Leg warmer (for 2 year olds)
Furry Red Monster dishcloth(sure looks like Elmo to me!)
Ballband Dishcloth I this pattern It an excellent stashbuster because it gives life to those [I]itsy bitsy[/I] balls of cotton that I thought I would never have a use for.
nice. thanks for sharing!
I just may have to make that one!
I MUST make this! My DBF always takes his lunch to work in a brown paper bag. Even if he doesn’t use it, I’m sure it’ll still get a big laugh.
Thanks so much for linking this pattern!
wow! what a nice collection! keep 'em coming!
I’ve already followed this thread for some time and I really liked a lot of the patterns (though stashbusting is not really yet needed, because I just started knitting 3 months ago;)
Now I also found a nice and easy pattern that I would like to share with you: http://sarahpeasley.com/freepatterns/sistersister.pdf