Thrifty Yarn Holder


Thrifty Yarn Holder


Thrifty Yarn Holder

Every good knitters knows they need to stay organized. Keep your yarn in perfect condition with this Thrifty Yarn Holder crafted from an oatmeal container. This also makes a wonderful gift for you fellow knitting friends. The free yarn holder pattern is a great idea to utilize to keep all the yarn from getting tangled or eaten by pets. Furthermore, this yarn holder is a beginner pattern; therefore, anyone can successfully complete this regardless of knitting experience. This pattern can be utilized as either a first time knitting project in order to begin to learn how to knit or it can be used as a quick organization tool since the craft is easy and simple.


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Another thrifty yarn holder, very comparable to the $25 plastic yarn ball at the knitting store, is a plastic iced tea jug from the dollar store. I removed the spout and covered it with a pretty flower sticker. The yarn comes out the spout on top and I especially like being able to see the yarn. I have one in hot pink and one in lime green clear plastic.

I love this idea for saving your yarn whil knitting. I havent seen a oatmeal container like this for some time ( I live in Canada) Ill have to keep my eyes open next time I shop. Ive been using those zippered plastic covers our sheets sets etc., come in, I love them.One less item for the land fill. The larger zipper plastic covers I use to store my larger item Ive already knit or crochet for gifts that havnt got a home yet. Also, for projects that use alot of yarn so I can keep it altogether. Im trying to be organized. Lois

I love some of the craft items that you tell us about-- however, because I live in Canada many of the items aren't available to me--such as the round oatmeal container, is there any one that can help me get one ? I also would like to find where I can buy sheets of crepe paper to make roses with-- I know traditionally roses are made with red--but I prefer yellow roses, and I would need the green for the leaves too -- here all I can get is the rolls of crepe paper and it doesn't work for the petal and leaf pattern I need for the roses. If you can help me with any or all of this, please send an e-mail to Thx in advance, Betty


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