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Customer Projects! #darngoodyarn

February 23, 2018 1 min read

We love seeing how creative you guys get with our yarn; from the awesome patterns you make, to adding the yarn from our $10 Yarn Club to other projects, to using yarn for more than just knitting and crochet

Here are some pictures from customers to inspire you to get out there and create!

 

This super cute amigurumi turtle made with our Worsted Weight Roving SIlk Yarn and Sport Weight 2 Ply Linen from @adorned_crochet

Crochet Amigurumi stuffed animal Turtle sitting on a wooden surface with a beige plastic crochet hook

This glamour shot of our spunky Spice Market Yarn from @hilary_hooks

Woman's left hand holding a ball of multicolored recycled Silk yarn

This super cute fairytale dress made with our Sport Weight Twist from @loohoocreations

4-image collage with a little girl wearing a Girls fairytale crochet dress

Our Worsted Weight Watercolors (featured in our $10 Yarn Club) added a fun flair to this cowl by @knittingexpat

Woman wearing a black and white striped tee and a blue knit cowl, standing in front of a white background

This $10 Yarn Club project shows off the beauty and durability of our washi ribbon, from @nocturnalknits

Blue knit tray holding multiple seashells and sitting on a wooden surface

This poster and our handmade wooden yarn bowl from @crochet_by_tay (both of which everyone needs as a reminder to have some fun!) 

Woman's hand holding out a Wooden yarn bowl filled with yarn, scissors, and a crochet hook, in front of a poster that reads 'Be Happy'

This bouquet that @acottagegardener tied together with our Sari Silk Ribbon 

3 bouquets of wedding flowers tied together with recycled sari silk ribbon, sitting on a wooden tabletop

And this pup who can't get enough of the cowl his owner, Erica, made him from her $10 Yarn Club 

Large dog wearing a multicolored knit collar

 

Keep sharing your projects with us! Tag us on Instagram @darngoodyarn and on Facebook @DGYarn, and be sure to use the hashtag #darngoodyarn!