10 Free Crochet Patterns Great for Using up Scrap Yarn

With everybody at home right now and most stores closed down, now is a great time to use up all your scrap yarn that you have laying around. So I decided to do a round up of 10 FREE crochet patterns that are great stash busters! I hope you enjoy!

DaisyMae Headband – The Daisy Mae Headband is one of my most recent patterns. It uses only a small amount of worsted weight acrylic yarn and works up quickly to produce a super cute spring headband. 

Boho Mug Rug by Tender Warm Creations – this pattern creates a super cute mug rug or coaster that has a touch of a boho style.

photo credit to Tender Warm Creations

Donut KeyChain By A Crafty Concept – This cute little donut key chain would be great for gifts or markets. Who doesn’t want a little do nut on their keys?

Photo credit to A Crafty Concept

Mermaid Tail Chapstick Holder by Ekayg Designs – this mermaid tail chapstick holder is not only cute but practical as well! you’ll never lose your chapstick again and you’ll have a cute little mermaid tail.

Photo Credit to Ekayg Designs

Star Stitch Bottle Holder by Cute as a button Crochet – This cute water bottle holder will help you always have your water bottle on you this summer!

photo dredit to Cute as a Button Crochet

Freeze Pop Cozy by The unraveled Mitten These things are genius! When I was a kid we always wrapped our freeze pops with paper towels to keep from freezing our hand but with these you won’t have to do that and they are reusable!

photot credit to The Unraveled Mitten

Kawaii Octopus by Crafty Kitty Crochet – a cute little baby octopus!? Say no more! Use up your scraps and make an adorable octopus. 


photo credit to Craft Kitty Crochet

Mug Hugger Coffee Cozy By The Jonesy Co – the texture on these is so lovely! You’ll want to use this everyday with your morning coffee or tea! 

photo credit to The Jonesy Co

Baby Alien Key Chain By Yaya’s Hook and Yarn – These baby aliens are sure to be a hit! They are so cute and make a great keychain!

photo credit to Yaya's Hook and Yarn

Beginner Washcloth by Coz-E Creations – a lastly if you have some cotton yarn laying around you can always make dish cloths! I make so many of these for a round my house and they don’t take a ton of yarn. I also recently added a video tutorial to this pattern!

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