Even if you cannot knit or crochet, yarn still offers some great opportunities for crafting. You can use yarn to create decorative accents such as wreaths (holiday or seasonal), vases and hollow yarn balls. Using yarn to cover surfaces is inexpensive, durable and you can recycle old food containers like that Pringles can into something fun and functional. Kids will love creating a traditional Huichol Indian craft from Mexico with little more than craft sticks and different colored yarn. Even for those who DO crochet or yarn, these five yarn crafts offer some great opportunities to use leftover yarn from your stash.
Check out how to make yarn wreaths,vases, hollow eggs, pencil holders and God’s Eyes in 5 Fantastic Yarn Crafts.