We've published a blog post answering the most commonly-asked general questions about Yarnlings™️, which is HERE, but thought it would also be helpful to create a post with lots of ideas on what to do with them. Scroll forth and be inspired! 

(Oh, and yes - I did get the word Yarnlings™️ trademarked - wouldn't you?!? 🤣)

Patterns specifically calling for Yarnlings™️

The original! Quadratic shawl by Mr ECY, David O'Kelly - it uses five Yarnlings™️.


Naname Socks by Yucca use Yarnlings™️ in the rainbow version.

 

Patterns that Yarnlings™️ would be good in

Full of Minis Hat by Barbara Nalewko (knitting)
Made using 24 x 5g balls of 4ply yarn

Happypotamus the Happy Hippo by Heidi Bears (crochet)
This hippo is made using multiple variations on the african flower motif sewn into shape. Heidi has a selection of other creatures also using the same motif including a bulldog, sheep and a DRAGON!!!

Leftie by Martina Behm (knitting)
Using small contrasting amounts of yarn to create a striking pattern in the shawl.

Jolly Wee Elf by Churchmouse Yarns and Teas (knitting)
A fun festive project!

NoShow Socks by La Maison Rililie
These socks can be made with one or more colours in any quantities. 

Scraptastic Hat by Jane Tanner (knitting)
A great hat design giving many options for striping with scrap quantities of yarn.

The Coziest Memory by Kemper Wray (knitting)
A scrap yarn modular blanket using 5g of yarn per square.  

Christmas Bauble by Carmen Heffernan (crochet)
Adding a yarny touch to your chrstmas baubles.

My Rainbow Heart by Stephanie Lotven (knitting)
These mitts use up to 6 yards per 6 round repeat. 

Fiddly Bits by Jana Pihota (knitting)
This infinity cowl is worked continuously, joining in the next yarn as you come to it!

Kaleidoscope Fingerless Mitts by Bethany Hendrickson (crochet)
Granny squares and other similar motifs are an ideal way of building up a larger item being suitable for anything from blankets to clothing to accessories. These mitts are a great example of this!

 

I hope this has provided you with some inspiration! Please leave your other suggestions in the comments.


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