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How to Use Your Light Weight Yarn

By on August 3, 2016

How to Use Your Light Weight Yarn

When I started crocheting, years back, I used mainly medium weight yarn and chunky yarn. The patterns were easy, I enjoyed how fast they worked up, and I generally stuck to similar projects. When I was gifted a bunch of light weight yarn, I had no idea what to use it for! A few times, I would hold a couple of strands together and pretend that I was using a higher weight yarn, just to use up the light weights! If you are or were like me, you need some light weight yarn inspiration! Check out these amazing patterns below, and see what you’ve been missing!

Boho Chic Mosaic Bracelets by A Crocheted Simplicity

This pattern is great for a few reasons. One, it is a very small project, which is perfect for beginners. Two, it will give you an opportunity to try out some color changes with your yarn! Give this a try!

Boho Chic Mosaic Bracelets by Jennifer Pionk -A Crocheted Simplicity

 

The Jenny Oversized Tee by Sincerely Pam

Don’t be intimidated by a crocheted garment, you can do it! This oversized tee by Sincerely Pam is the perfect project to start with your lightweight yarn!

Jenny Oversized Tee by Sincerely Pam -Pam D

 

The Libellule Stole by ACCROchet

This is one of the prettiest patterns I have seen, I can’t wait to make one for myself!

Libellule Stole by ACCROchet -Julie Desjardins

The Lovely Lily Cover Up by Kaleidoscope Art & Gifts

Create your own stunning cover up with some of your light weight yarn! Lisa Jelle of Kaleidoscope Art & Gifts used fine/sport weight yarn for this beauty!

Lovely Lily Cover-Up by Lisa Jelle -Kaleidoscope Art & Designs

 

Spring Summer Top by Accessorise

This crocheted garment is so elegant, and so beautiful, that you’ll want to make it again and again!

Spring Summer Top Tunic by Accessorise -Ana Dyakova

 

 

The Summer Beach Skirt by Accessorise

So pretty!! You won’t need much light weight yarn to work up this beautiful cover up!

Summer Beach Skirt by Accessorise -Ana Dyakova

 

I hope you have some fresh new ideas on how to use your light weight yarn! Enjoy!

-Crochet and Kindness
-Lee

About Lee Sartori

Lee-Anne Sartori is the crochet designer behind CoCo Crochet Lee. She is an avid pattern writer, on top of directing Social Media for Happily Hooked Magazine. Lee is the newest Blogger for The Crochet Café, and has been enjoying the experience immensely.

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