Knitters and crocheters may often hear about one-skein wonder projects which use up those single skeins of yarn. They can be appealing, but there is often a significant part of the skein remaining. Waste not! Here are a few ideas for small projects to use up your leftover lengths of Manos del Uruguay yarns.
Try your hand at a new technique or maybe work up a project for gifting later to avoid that last-minute rush! Shown above, clockwise from top right: Rainbow’s Reward necklace using 20-25 yards of Serena, Phoebe Pig using 100 yards of Maxima, Diamonds Hat using Wool Clasica in the contrasting colorwork, a Mitten Ornament using 24 yards of Maxima, and a Braided Headband using approximately 70 yards of Maxima.
Using up your yarn leftovers can create room in your stash for the next sweater, blanket, or large shawl project, guilt-free. In the next few weeks, look for the publication of the Fairmount Fibers Fall 2017 pattern collection. We can’t wait to share them with you! Stay tuned to our social channels for announcements and details.