A great project for using up scraps of sock/fingering weight yarn. Uses lengths of yarn ranging from a few inches to longer partial skeins.
Here’s another way to use those fiddly bits of sock/fingering yarn you’ve collected over the years to create something beautiful for your home. This pattern utilizes scraps sized from a few inches, up to multiple yards. An added bonus is the simple garter stitch construction (perfect for tv binge-watching). And there are no ends to work in when you’re finished, thanks to the magic of fringe.
These squares are perfect for stash busting all those oddments of DK yarn left over from other projects and take just minutes to make. You can pop a handful of small yarn balls in a bag, sling in a hook and a wee pair of
How to knit woven stitch with wool and the gang. ROW 1 (RIGHT Slip your first Insert your right needle into the back of the second stitch on the left Wrap the yarn and pull the stitch through as for a regular knit stitch.