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Yarn Scraps Tips & Ideas (Includes links to Unique Scrappy Projects!)



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I put 3 strings together, used a P hook, half double crochet, to make a large blanket for my bed. Just tie on a new string when one runs out. Used so much scrap yarn and everyone has loved the blanket. Blends better than the granny squares......lol basically your cat pad but larger
I love them ❤👍
Thank u for sharing such lovely ideas of using scraps n mixing colors. For those of us who r color challenge🤨
this is super helpful.
Thank u again.
Where do I find the pattern for the scrap blanket you showed towards the start? It was made of squares stitched together
I crochet yo-yo and when I have enough I make dolls for children in the hospitals in town. The only restriction I have come across is no button eyes so I embroider them on the face.
Here is what I do with my scraps. I take one scrap yarn and one end I tie a knot with another scrap yarn end, and just keep adding till I think I have enough yarn for a project. I roll the yarn in a ball. You can add more yarn to your ball by tying yarn to the ball yarn. Then I make my project with my scrap ball yarn. I like to keep the knotted ends on my project for decorations .
Scraps & half skiens is why I bought a yarn baller. Make my own yarn cakes. Scrap scarves. Scrap hats. Scrap afgans. Scrap ( insert project) I always find a use.
Hi, I loved this video, thank you! Do you have any tips on how I can make my pompoms survive a washing machine? Mine always come apart when I wash them
I love your video! That's an awesome way to use your scrap yarn
Do you have a viedo how to make a heart using the machine you show I would love to make hats for charity’s
Love that gray with the color bands! Is there a pattern
Ooo a cat mat! I’ve got 4 kittles, Waffles, Hobbes, Bean, and Lulu. I bet they’d love that!
Hi all the hats you made were beautiful.I would love to learn from you .Im a new beginner of making a hat.love your video tutorial
.thanks!
I make blankets for my local Dog & Cat shelter.
You can crotchet crotchet anigurumi animals and donate them to your local police and DCS office for them to have as give away cuddle buddy to on those natsty child welfare calls when the child gets immediately placed in foster care. They have at least one friend to bring with them.
Muy hermosos buena idea.
Goodmorning Margaret I'm new to your chanel and I love those ideas for using scrap yarn as I have lots of it and will definitely make good use of it now & when I crochet or knit my hats I'll add some of the scraps and it will help to empty that over flowing box 🤗 . Again thank you and have a great day. Hugs Maria
I used that same technique you used for your 'cat mat' to use up scraps of wool and crocheted a large felted potholder that, after I machine felted it, was still just a tad bigger than a 9×13 baking pan. I gave it as a gift to my mom and she loves it. I used black wool on the whole thing and then two different colors of wool and, just like you did, would use a color til I ran out and then add another color. It turned out really thick, but it definitely protects a tabletop from a hot baking pan or even a cast iron skillet.
Oh, my goodness! What a delight to hear your southern accent! I am a southern lady living in New England, and you made me feel like I was home. I enjoyed your video for the content as well. I am a beginner knitter and crocheter so I’ve subscribed to your channel and can’t wait to see more! God bless!
Very informative.you use the knitting machines.are the measurements the same when you work with needles?


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Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.

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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.