Two stash baskets made with yarn and knitting needles.

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Let’s stash our stashes in style.

So, you need a basket to hold your yarn, but available ones just aren’t doing it for you? Don’t despair! here are some stash basket ideas to both use up your stash of yarn scraps and to make room for an ever bigger stash of yarns for your other projects. Not only are these baskets great and quick, but they are so very useful. All in all, they are thick-walled enough to stand up on their own and not impede you pulling yarn out as you’re crocheting. Of course, they are also highly customizable, so each one you make can be very much your own and unique.

Stash Basket

To begin with, here is a more traditional, softer tote-type stash basket. Truly, this one is perfect for crocheting at home, the seaside or the park.

Skills: easy      Designer:  Emily Bolduan

Stash Basket

The full article about this pattern is on Ravelry:

Stash Basket

Jessie Stash Basket Free Crochet Pattern

While this cute rectangular basket has a sturdy, wooden bottom, you can easily buy one in the craft store so it’s not a problem! Indeed, it works perfectly with cotton yarn, so that it can also be a lovely accessory for your home.

Skills: easy      Designer:  Toni Lipsey

Jessie Stash Basket

The full article about this pattern is on Ravelry:

Jessie Stash Basket
More info about  JCope’s project you can find on here.

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