10 quick stash busting greats for you to make

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Who doesn’t like a stash buster project? I mean come on, let’s be honest…. if like me you have a huge stash of part balls hidden in a corner somewhere then this post is made just for you. I have gathered up 10 great stash busting, quick and easy projects from a range of wonderful makers for you to enjoy. So grab a coffee and lets get hooking.

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Let’s begin with a little shameless self promotion here. My summer flower coasters are a free pattern and perfect for getting rid of that leftover yarn from your bigger projects. They are simple and very fast to make and can be a little bit addictive. Click the image to get the free pattern.

Summer Flower Coasters by Flo’s Crafty Crochet - Free Pattern

Summer Flower Coasters by Flo’s Crafty Crochet – Free Pattern

Emmett Candle holders

Emmett Candle holders

How pretty are these from Deni Made. These adorable ribbed cozies take an everyday candle or jar from ordinary to extraordinary. Quick and easy, a perfect stash buster that will be a welcome gift or addition to your home decor.

4 Washcloths by Yarnandy

4 Washcloths by Yarnandy

Who doesn’t need a wash cloth, here is not one but 4 for you to whip up! Link from Yarn Andy

Flower book mark from CB’s Creations

Flower book mark from CB’s Creations

For the book lovers among us, here is a wonderful pattern to craft for yourself or to create to gift. I would love to receive such a pretty book mark. Check out CB’s Creations wonderful designs.

Make me Roar

Make me Roar

Keychains are always a great scrap buster. Paid pattern above from Make Me Roar. Also check out my own key ring section. I have a wide range of both paid and free available.

The Crochet Fix

The Crochet Fix

I am always partial to a little boho chic, and this cosy from the Crochet Fix, really does check all the boxes. A great stash buster project.

Bag Saver

Bag Saver

If you are like me, you will have a tonne of plastic bags under your kitchen sink. The burgundy basket has come up with an ingenious scrap busting bag to store them all in a pretty handy little crochet bag.

Squishy Fishy

Squishy Fishy

I looked at this really cute design by Regina P Designs and immediately saw all the games I could create with the kids! From colour teaching to counting or hide and seek, these simple little fishies make an excellent stash buster project.

Grab and go clutch

Grab and go clutch

With the world finally starting to open up again, what’s not to love about a pretty and practical stash buster. Whip this pretty little clutch up in no time!

Scrap buster hat

Scrap buster hat

I’ve saved one of my favourites for last. I love hats. I love when the weather turns and we finally get to need hats again. I really love these that Audrey designed as not only are they pretty and practical but they use up those unwanted leftovers.

Did you enjoy my round up? I really hope you did. Feel free to use the buttons below to share and help spread the Flo’s Crafty Crochet word. Or come on over to my Facebook group and join in the craic 🙂 See you there.


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