4 Fabulous Projects for Humans That Yarn
Join the Craft Yarn Council in celebrating the variety of projects you can make with yarn!
Celebrate Humans That Yarn, a wonderful movement spearheaded by the Craft Yarn Council encouraging crafters to play with yarn, even if they don't know how to knit or crochet. Discover gorgeous yarn crafts that can be used for home decor, accessorizing, gifts, and more.
If you've never worked with yarn in your crafting before, you're in for a treat! Yarn isn't only for knitting and crochet. In fact, there is an entire world of crafty possibility out there! Learn how to make some of the loveliest projects using yarn as your main material or for an embellishment. The possibilities truly are endless!
If you are inspired by the projects below, be sure to check out other yarn crafts from different companies and designers participating in this celebration. Visit the Craft Yarn Council for more inspiration!
Projects for Humans that Yarn
DIY Yarn Lanterns
These darling DIY Yarn Lanterns by Tamara Kelly of Moogly are a wonderful project to make, and so easy! They make the loveliest party lights once you insert the LED candles, and the kids can get involved as well. Theme them around a baby shower, holiday, or any summer party! You could even use yarn in Christmas colors for some crafty decor in December.
DIY Fashion Tote with Ombre Tassels and Pom Poms
Love projects featuring tassels and pom poms? Explore our PDF of5 Easy Tassel Crafts and DIY Pom Pom Projects
Hello Yarn Wreath DIY
Make a simply darling yarn wreath to hang on your door! This project by Angie Holden of The Country Chic Cottage involves shaping wire into a cheery greeting and wrapping it with yarn. Use a color that contrasts the yarn used to wrap the wreath form, and place the hook so that the greeting hangs at a jaunty angle.
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What projects have you made with yarn?
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