Eye Candy: Low Yardage

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small knitted gnome with cables and a pom-pom hat

1957karenh’s Sir Gnome (Gnomajesty) ~Test~

A few weeks ago, I shared some high-yardage projects here on the blog. This week, I’m sharing projects with low yardage: from 1-150 yards / 1 – 137 meters (the lowest available option on the yardage filter in our advanced search). None of us will be surprised to see that Ravelers make some really great things even with small amounts of yarn!

blue twisted stitch mittens, a green woven purse, and a taupe crocheted small bag

TimMc’s My First Mittens, hellskitsch’s Republic of Wool and Wax Tote, and naganasu’s Escargot Chocolat – the textures in these elegant projects are so lovely!

knitted baked potatoes with needle-felted toppings, a felted llama toy, and a crocheted amigurumi cupcake figure

bon0bon’s Baked Potatoes, Suseeque’s Felted Llama, and TheBon’s cupcakin’ it all have such whimsical details!

crocheted leaves in autumnal colors, a knit spider art hanging, and a knitted oblong plant hanger with plants

I’m a sucker for handmade decor and home items, and loved takychik’s Happy Fall Y’all, seymore’s noch ‘ne Spinne, and laurelmarie’s Hanging basket.

If you need inspiration for using up smaller amounts of yarn, check out what other Ravelers have done! You can even customize the yardage/meterage amounts with the filters on the left to see projects with exactly the amount of yarn you want. How low can you go?