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Need a quick yarn craft for the kids? Try these yarn creatures! Let the kids design their own yarn monsters!

The Cork Cage Yarn Coaster is an awesome way to use yarn scraps. They look so funky; I love them!

Loopy Yarn Rainbow -- this is an amazingly creative way to use yarn! Crafts for kids are so innovative!!

I LOVE finding new techniques for making yarn crafts for kids. Straw weaving? Why not?!

  • Florence Smith

    Would have loved to learn more about this, but am blocked...

  • Julie Olson Redican

    Add a comment...Hi Julie!!! I want to find out more about straw weaving for my

  • Seekins Art

    I would really have loved to read this to do with a disabled young lady I work with but it's for invited readers only :(

38 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.

A Finger Knitting Hula Hoop Rug is an amazing idea for beginner knitting patterns for kids to make. Projects like this also make great decorative crafts for kids bedroom decor and phenomenal gifts kids can make for family members.

  • linda silverwood

    how interesting/ how do I get the directions?

  • Sara Mauch

    I first saw this in the magazine, Family Fun. The warp threads are circle strips cut from Tee shirts (preferably the kind with no side seams.) Put one on in a North - South orientation, The second going East to West. Add on two more warp strips NW to SE and NE to SW. Start at the center and weave over and under with yarn or more Tee Shirt circles. You will have to bunch two warp pieces together because when you weave in a circle you need an odd number of warp ends.

  • Susan Massey

    I really like the colors in this item. My grandchildren would love doing this. Where can I get the pattern for this?

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  • Katy King

    Click on the picture. It will take you to a page with alinkvto the directions

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Brighten up any boring tabletop or kids' dresser with a Cheerful Yarn Pom Pom Bouquet! First, learn how to make yarn pom poms with this tutorial; then learn how to turn those playful little pom poms into a brilliant bouquet of color.

The pattern for this Beginner Appliqued Handbag is easy to make and can be embellished with an applique of your choice.