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Yarn Vase

Looking for yarn craft ideas that doesn't involve a hook or needle? Repurpose an old glass vase and turn it into a Yarn Vase from Heidi Borchers! Use fun colors and alternate yarn weights to create a piece that stands out from the pack.

Yarn Vases


  • Glass jar or vase
  • Aleene’s Tacky Double-Stick Sheets
  • Yarn
  • Flat-backed marbles


  1. Cut your Tacky Sheets into strips.

    Yarn Vase
  2. Remove the top liner paper…

    Yarn Vase
  3. …and place sticky side down on glass. Repeat to cover entire glass.

    Yarn Vase
  4. Remove bottom liner from one section at a time revealing sticky dry adhesive.

    Yarn Vase
  5. Select your favorite yarns! Cool colors and textures are perfect for this project!

    Yarn Vase
  6. Place end of yarn into sticky adhesive and begin wrapping around glass.

    Yarn Vase
  7. Cut yarn where desired and start next color.

    Yarn Vase
  8. On this project, I also added flat backed marbles to the glass. Just press the flat side firmly into the dry adhesive.

    Yarn Vase
  9. I love the look of this pom-pom yarn!

    Yarn Vase
  10. I cut and added extra pom-poms in between.

    Yarn Vase
  11. Here’s a close-up look! Notice that you can have fun with your yarn by wrapping in a squiggle pattern around the marbles and I also added a row of looped yarn towards the bottom and along the top.

    Yarn Vase

For a comprehensive video tutorial, check out How to Cover a Glass Vase with Yarn.

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