Two pictures of a cluster stitch afghan.

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Don’t run out to get new yarn. Bust your stash!

Undoubtedly, there’s nothing so satisfying in crochet as a fancy project you make from stuff you have at home, rather than buying the raw materials specially for a project. So, this category also includes the yarn stash baby blanket. Thus your baby can benefit from your thriftiness and talent. Moreover, these projects can also be a showcase of your creativity, particularly in terms of color matching. So, for some interesting and fun projects that produce great products and don’t cost a whole lot money.

Baby’s Best Bumpy Blanket

To begin with, this yarn stash baby blanket is a cute and colorful way to enhance the nursery. Additionally, it will also be great for an outing with the stroller or pram. This simple blanket also has a great, airy texture for the sprog’s comfort.

Bumpy Blanket

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V Stitch Blanket

However, this next project is also a great way to explore the yarn stash baby blanket theme. It uses the V-stitch to give a saw-toothed, zig zag appearance and will have a distinctly different feel.

V Stitch Blanket


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