56 Yarn Crafts for Kids


56 Yarn Crafts for Kids

Yarn Crafts for Kids

Yarn it! You’re hooked, but sew out of the knit-est ideas. That’s exactly where AllFreeKidsCrafts comes in. 56 Yarn Crafts for Kids has got you covered from beginner knitting, sewing, and crocheting projects to the coolest, most innovative ways to use your yarn scraps. So, it’s okay that you’re hooked, because we’ve got plenty of yarn crafts for kids for you to explore.

If you're not yet hooked, you will be and should be. Don’t wait until you’re older to learn how to sew woolly mittens, make a comfy elephant toy, or crochet an iPhone cover. Those are yarn crafts you want now! The easiest way to get them is to make them yourself. Your friends will be so impressed when you show up at school wearing a colorful knitted scarf that you made or when you throw them the football that you stitched together. You’ll be the coolest, craftiest kid in school!

Yarn is so cuddly cozy that you should use it whenever you can. Since you’re a kid, you get to use yarn in any way you want: any day, any time, any craft. Parents like to stick to the rules, but the little ones get creative with yarn crafts. You can make colorful napkin rings for your birthday party, pom poms to brighten your day, finger puppets to play with, fancy decorative wreaths and more. The list of awesome crafts you can make with yarn scraps is never-ending.

Crochet Patterns for Kids

Crochet iPhone Cover

You have 7 versions of the exact same sweater in different colors, and your siblings have the same. You’ve been begging Mom not to make any more, but she always counters with, “Then what do I do with all of this leftover yarn?” Now, you have the perfect answer. You want to learn how to use it. You’re going to make wonderful crafts that she would never have even thought of. Crochet these fun projects for a challenge!

Beginning Sewing Projects

Easily Embroider Styrofoam

Sewing doesn't always use yarn, but when it does, it's really cool-looking. You can see every stitch that you made, so pick some awesome yarn colors. There are some wonderful activities that help you learn how to sew as a great start to working with yarn. Once you've mastered that, move on to mittens or embroidery!

Finger Knitting and Knitting Patterns for Beginners

Knitted Toy Elephant

It’s pretty crazy how quickly Grandma’s fingers move when she’s knitting and how fast Grandpa can whip up a golf club cover. Be just like them with the speediest way to use yarn, finger knitting. Once you get the hang of finger knitting, you'll be a nimble knitter and you can make big projects or move onto knitting with needles!

What do you love to make with yarn? Let us know below in the comments!

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