This c2c crochet apron pattern features a cheerful array of colors, making it great for cleaning up your yarn stash.
This crochet placemat is worked up in three colors, making it great for cleaning up leftovers.
With a cotton yarn, you know your feet will remain cool while your feet are protected against the sandal straps.
Not only is this perfect for cleaning up your brightly colored yarns, but it’s also the perfect top for the summer!
This elephant puppet sits on two fingers, allowing your children to walk the puppet around.
This crochet floral coaster requires only a small amount of yarn, making it great for using up the smallest amounts of cotton scraps.
Use up the smallest amounts of yarn to whip up this small crochet square, which you can use in afghans, bags, pillows and more!
This granny doily is perfect in so many ways! It’s customizable in terms of size, it works up quick, and is perfect for cleaning up your yarn stash!
This scarf is great both genders. It’s also super easy to adjust in size, making it a great go-to pattern for a family scarf.
Use these little balloons as a birthday gift topper, a decoration on a hat or hang them from a baby mobile.
This scrapmonster amigurumi is not only the perfect toy for small children, but it’s also a great way to use up your yarn stash.
This is the perfect pattern to clean out your leftover yarns. It’s amazing how one color can blend the rest of the colors together throughout the entire afghan.
Here is a quick and easy way to decorate your gifts in a jar. It’s great for the Christmas holidays or any other event throughout the year. You can make these for any jar size using any yarn you have on hand.
Not only is this the perfect scrap yarn stitch, but it’s also the perfect stitch for many crochet projects from blankets to mats, scarves and shawls. The pattern provides a stitch multiple so you can easily adjust the size to what you need.
Are you in need of another stashbuster? Look no further than this one because you can never have too many coasters! They also make for great scrubbies and gift ideas!
This beautiful poncho is available in three sizes. It’s the perfect pattern for using up leftovers in your stash. Plus, it can be worn throughout the seasons.
These beginner-friendly slippers are available in a toddler and child size. They’ll keep your little ones cozy, plus they are a great way to clean up your yarn stash!
This earwarmer pattern is available in multiple sizes from toddler to adult. Plus, you only need a small amount of yarn, and it works up under an hour.
Talk about the perfect pattern for scrapbusting! The scarf turned out bright and cheerful to brighten any outfit.
This afghan pattern is worked up in Tunisian crochet. It looks like a neat way to clean up your yarn stash, while making something cheerful and cozy.
This handy binky holder is perfect for keeping the binky close to your baby.
Bright and cheery floral motifs are the perfect way to welcome in Spring and Summer, but imagine earth tones for Fall, or all white for Winter!
Bring some spring theme on to your table with this pretty Loopy Spring Coaster. The pattern is very easy and you can make one in time at all.
This realistic looking ice cream is easy to whip up with small amounts of scrap yarn.
Use this free crochet pattern to decorate your big Christmas tree with cute little trees or make beautiful garlands and get into the holiday spirit.
The Scrappy Crochet Bag is a great way to use up those small balls of yarn you have left over from various projects.
Cute crochet cork gnome made of scrap yarn and a recycled cork.
This image shows these cozies in bright colors to help you wake up.
This colorful cat is not only the perfect gift for babies (who love all things colorful), but it also makes for a lovely stashbuster pattern.
This crochet purse pattern is a great way to use up your odds and ends in your yarn stash.
The beautiful stripes in this blanket make this the ideal blanket not only for stashbusting, but for gifting as well.
This crochet pillow pattern makes for a nice stashbuster. I love the way the colors are changes, it’s unique and decorative.
I don’t like having the hair in my face, so I always pin it back. This Two Grannies Headband is a fantastic alternative.
By nature, scrap yarn is just a part of crocheting. Nearly finishing a ball of yarn, but knowing we can use that small amount that’s left in another project, so we don’t toss it.
These work up fast and easy making the trees great to do when you are short on time or need to use up some scraps of yarn.
These adorable crochet granny stars are quick and easy to work up so that you can add them to just about any project or use them alone.
There are so many nifty uses for these adorable spider webs.
Here is a fun way to accessorize for the summer. Plus, it’s a great way to clean up your yarn stash as well.
Here is a pretty chevron pattern to hold your hair back in style. The written pattern also comes with a helpful video tutorial.
This quick and easy afghan square can be crocheted in one or more colors as you wish.