Stash Busting Challenge Week 4!
The Stash Busting Challenge Week 4 has now finished!! Can you believe that it is over already? Did you collect the patterns when they were available?
I have decided to keep the round-up posts because a lot of these patterns are available either free on blog posts or for a small fee for the pdfs. They are such great patterns so why not?
You can still use the patterns to help bust your stash! I have my copies and am working my way through them. I also challenged our Facebook Community group to bust their stash. For the last few months we have had a regular Sunday feature in the Community. Our Scrap-Busting Sundays do the same thing as this challenge. I have been sharing free patterns from lots of designer friends as well as our own.
Here we go ….. Pattern Round-up
We are offering you our Primrose granny square pattern. Its quite simple, cute and looks great in a solid colour or mixing it up with what you have in your stash or scrap buckets! You can find it here.
Joy of Motion have these great looking pot holders which will help you bust your stash of cotton. You can find the blog post and pattern links here.
Knitting with Chopsticks have these super cute Happy Feet baby socks this week. You can find the post here.
This Strawberry Pacifier Clip from Raffamussa Designs would team up with the socks to make a great baby shower gift! You can find it here.
There are a couple of beanies this week. The first is the Rosebud crochet beanie pattern from Blue Elephants looks cosy! And I love the colour choices … which is interesting for me as I am not a big fan of pink 😛 You can find the pattern here.
Edithblayn.com has this set of three face scrubbier and a bowl. Pick your favourite scrubby pattern or make them all! Grab the pattern and links to the pdf here.
The woodland tote from Desert Blossom Crafts is so practical and handy when you are out walking the digs or taking the kids to the playwark (when we are allowed to do that again!). Check it out here.
Simply Hooked by Janet are offering you the free pdf of this Western Style Wall Hanging. Grab the Ravelry link here.
I’m loving the Cours in this Everlasting Infinity Scarf from Through the Loop Yarn Crafts! Get the pattern here.
Crafting Each Day also has a scarf pattern which is perfect for the warmer weather when you just want to dress up a little or keep the slight breeze off you. Check it out here.
Headbands are an essential accessory and are great for women of all ages! Take a look at the Crocus Cross Headband from Burgundy and Blush here.
If you love the lacy look then you will probably adore this Seaglass bandana scarf pattern by Hanjan Crochet. Take a peek here.
Claire from E’Claire Makery loves colour work! Check out her two-toned beanie pattern here.
This colourful and beautiful flower pattern from Another Mum Fights the Dust can be used to brighten up a whole host of projects! Get the pattern here.
My daughter is already asking for one of these crochet ice cream cones! Use the colours of your favourite ice cream to personalise this one. Grab the pattern and link to the pdf here.
Butterflies are a firm favourite! check out this amazing cute butterfly chapstick cozy from Sweet Thing Crochet. Find the pattern here.
If you are learning Tunisian Crochet this is a great pattern that uses the tunisian simple stitch. Find the pattern from One Little Hook here.
These ombre crochet coasters from Ned and Mimi use the single crochet thermal stitch and are perfect for your stash or scraps! Check them out here.
Carroway Crochet are offering you the free pdf for this dreamer beanie pattern. I know that we are heading into Spring and Summer but beanies are great projects to get ready before the weather turns colder again. Find this pattern and the links here.
I’m loving the zig zag zipper bag from Loops and Love Crochet! Grab your pattern here.
The mandala monster pattern from Sigoni Macaroni is certain to be a hit with the kiddies! Find the post and links to the pdf here.
I have actually made the big and thick crochet dish scrubby from Itchin for Some Stitchin. I can attest to how thick and fabulous they work if you have some scrubby yarn lying around! Find the post and pdf links here.
The Not Knit Dischloth from Desamour Designs is another great project if you are just learning Tunisian Crochet. This one uses the purl stitch. You can grab it here.
The Rainbow Dreams wall hanger from Stuck on You Crochet would make a great nursery accessory! It would also be good for the lockdown we have here in the UK. I’m not sure about other countries, but here a LOT of houses have put rainbows in their windows as a thank you gesture to our NHS and front line staff. Do you do this where you are? One of these hangings would be a great addition to the children’s paintings! Find the pattern here.
Knitz and Pulz LOVES her t-shirt yarn! These slippers look so comfortable! Check them out here.
Crochet Cloudberry has this great Sapphire Star granny square for you. Find it here.
The Alpine Crochet Purse from Brittany Alice Crochet would be a perfect gift for females of all ages! Small enough to carry the essentials and so pretty! Grab it here.
Creations by Courtney are offering you this pal tree tapestry bag! Find it here.
The Flora Flower by Yarnhild is another great pattern to use to embellish projects with! Check it out here.
Needleklankers have this All Tied Up Headband pattern for you, which you can get here.
This sunglasses case from Pine Tree Crochet is also a great stash busting project! Personalise it with your colour choices, add some buttons or ribbon, or maybe one of the flower appliqués above! Find it here.
The final beanie pattern this week is from King and Eye. It uses the V stitch and bulky weight yarn. Grab it here.
Last but by no means least this week we have the cute pouch from Fosbas Designs. Grab it here!
Thats another 33 amazing patterns this week in this round-up. Over the last 4 weeks there were an amazing 97 patterns offered and I have made some new designer friends along the way! I’m looking forward to the next one already.
We do hope that you come back and visit us soon!
Helen and Sara