What to Do with Leftover Yarn

Zigzag crocheted afghan by Mary Warner, 2014.
Zigzag crocheted afghan by Mary Warner, 2014.

It started with an afghan. A zig-zag afghan in four colors of Bernat yarn.

Of course, there was yarn left over.

I could not let it go unused.

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It’s very soft yarn.

In fun colors, especially that vibrant green.

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So, here’s what I did with the leftover vibrant green:

Neck warmer by Mary Warner, 2014.
Knitted neck warmer by Mary Warner, 2014.

But I still had yarn left in blue, gray, and light green.

So, here’s how I used that:

Knitted striped scarf on Sebastian, by Mary Warner, 2015.
Knitted striped scarf on Sebastian, by Mary Warner, 2015.

I knitted a birthday scarf for my son Sebastian. It’s got a vaguely Dr. Who look, although it’s not nearly as long.

Sebastian agrees that the yarn is very soft.

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3 thoughts on “What to Do with Leftover Yarn

  1. Hey Mary,
    Liked the idea of a neck warmer. Think you had that on yesterday and I forgot to make a comment. Looks really good. You are so creative!

    Ali

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