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Mar 4, 2016

28 Super Easy Yarn DIYs That Require Zero Knitting

Infin-knitly easier than knitting.

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1. Jazz up a braid with some colored yarn.

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Check out the tutorial here.

2. Reinvent a plain woven basket by adding some tassels.

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These tassels could not be easier to make. Learn how to make this basket here.

3. Or use tassels and a wooden dowel for neat wall decor.

Check out the tutorial here.

4. You can also add tassels to a blanket or bedskirt for a pop of color.

Maybe you'll *actually* make your bed once you see how awesome this looks. The tutorial for the black blanket is here and the instructions for the white bedskirt on the right are here.

5. Strategically hang yarn to create a colorful display.

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You *literally* just have to tie yarn on a stick and cut. Here is a tutorial.

6. The same idea can be used on an embroidery hoop, too.

You can find the instructions for the white one on the right by clicking here and the tutorial for the striped one on the left is here.

7. Give plain wicker bowls and plates a serious upgrade with some simple stitches.

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Here are the instructions.

8. Gather some sticks and yarn to make teeny-tiny teepees.

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Use fake candles ~obvi~. Here is the tutorial.

9. Or make a big-ass teepee.

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That little girl is your spirit animal, isn't she? You can see more pictures here.

10. Bundle up some pom-poms to create this textured decoration.

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Check out these pom-poms here.

11. You can apply the same idea to a rug for cozy toes.

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So cozy. So cute. Here is a tutorial.

12. Craft this charming salutation with wire and yarn.

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For when Adele calls a thousand times from the other side. Here are the instructions.

13. Give a little piece of your heart with a little piece of yarn.

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Be my valen-twine? Check out the directions here.

14. Rep your hometown with this adorable state outline.

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This one in this picture is made of string, but yarn works great too. You can find the tutorial here.

15. Make one-of-a-kind feathers with scraps of yarn.

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These are great for decorating picture frames, mirrors, and wreaths. The instructions are here.

16. Embellish ordinary desk accessories with a few stitches.

Shawn Mendes approves of these stitches. Here is the tutorial.

17. Make this macrame yarn garland for a splash of color.

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The perfect selfie backdrop. Read more about it here.

18. Speaking of macrame, display your plants with a neon macrame holder.

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Here are some instructions.

19. Make this ~dreamy~ decorative piece for your bedroom.

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You can learn how to make your own here.

20. Shake things up with some chandeliers made of yarn.

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*Sia bookmarks immediately* Check out the tutorial here.

21. Use yarn scraps to make these cute little guys and gals.

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Here are the instructions.

22. Turn any hanger into a nonslip hanger by wrapping yarn around it.

A perfect way to use those pesky wire hangers from the dry cleaners. See more about this DIY here.

23. Just a few short pieces can make these super-cute bookmarks.

Bookmark this bookmark tutorial by clicking here.

24. Dress up some bangles with some wrapping and stitching.

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Learn how to replicate this look here.

25. Create these yarn letters to spell out all of your favorite things.

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You can get cardboard letters that are perfect for wrapping from Michaels for about $3. Check out the directions here.

26. Old bottles can become new again with some multicolored yarn.

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See how these bottles were made by clicking here.

27. Same thing goes for pots!

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Click here for some inspiration and instructions.

28. If you're totally done with your scraps, leave them in a bird feeder and watch colorful nests start popping up in nearby trees.

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The gift that keeps on giving.

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