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  1. I am making a series of scrap cats comprised mostly from bits of yarn I have tied end-to-end. The pattern is Jannette Williams' Caity Cat. Here is the second in the series (and here is a blog post that details more of the details):
  2. I know I've seen this before but was looking for ideas about what to do with my carefully curated yarn collection that is taking over my closet and garage. So what is your favorite stashbusting scrap afghan?
  3. Here is a drawstring pouch perfect for all your little treasures. It works up fast and uses up all those bits and bobs you've been hoarding. Size is 3 1/2 x 4 inches. It uses worsted weight yarn and an F/3,75mm hook. Here is the link to the free pattern: Jewelry Gem Pouch
  4. One day, I will have a well organized crafting area and toward that goal, I made yet another stash bag. You can read about this and another stash bag adventure here.
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