11 Easy Yarn Crafts Anybody Can Make
Are you fascinated with yarn, but don’t really know how to crochet or knit? Don’t worry, there are a ton of fantastic and easy crafts you can make with yarn.
Check out our list below for some great ideas for fun yarn crafts that anybody can make without spending a lot of money or time.
1. Yarn Wrapped Flip Flops
Take some $2 red flip flops and some left over rainbow yarn from your stash. The two become one in this awesome little pair of summer sandals – yarn flip flops!
Via Dream A Little Bigger
2. Macrame Yarn Garland
Macrame is an awesome knotting art that you can start learning with this easy garland.
Via A Beautiful Mess
3. Toilet Roll Bracelets
Toilet roll crafts, such a versatile everyday material. No need to get the wallet out for the craft shops, all you need to make these colorful toilet roll bracelets is within your four walls.
Via Molly Moo Crafts
4. Yarn Tassel Bedskirt
Are you one of those people who just love tassels? Well, this should tickle your fancy.
Via Tater Tots and Jello
5. Tassel Dandelion Bouquet
These dandelion flowers are impeccable and if you already know how to make tassels – easy!
Via Bren Did
6. Yarn Wrapped Ombré Monogrammed Letter
Adorn cardboard or wooden letters with an ombré flair.
Via Catch My Party
7. Ice Cream Cone Garland
This would be a trendy decoration to use for parties or a little section of a kid’s room.
Via Growing Up Gabel
8. DIY Wall Hanging
Find a cheap woven rug somewhere and add some of my own yarn to it. Boom, in less than an hour you’ll have an awesome feature that will be the perfect upgrade to your decor
9. Yarn Dolls
For kids who appreciate simple pleasures this yarn doll is perfect.
Via Little House Living
10. Neon Nonslip Hangers
Make all your hangers nonslip with this colorful update.
11. Pom Pom Mobile
Who can resist cute pom poms? They are so easy to make and great for all sorts of fun craft projects. Learn how to make a pom pom mobile that will look adorable in a nursery, child or teen bedroom.
Via Kids Craft Room
Do you have more yarn craft ideas? We’d love to hear from you in the comments.