Stash Bash – My first knitting pattern project

I’ve never met a crafter without a stash of some kind. This year my goal is to use up all the craft supplies I have spent money on that are taking up mental and physical space in my life. 

I made it with stashed wool which is super soft but I had balled it up so long ago that I cannot remember the content or who makes it.  The monogram is on wool felt also from my stash.  I am thinking of making another and changing it up a bit for Matthew since it was so fast to make.

So what have you been up to? I love to see what you come up with. I have added the Mr Linky to the bottom of this post for you to link up your Stash Bash projects.

Here’s what to do. There are no rules. 
Just use what you have and try to not buy new supplies, unless you need it to complete a project that you are making from stuff you already have in your stash. 
Take a 

6 Responses to Stash Bash – My first knitting pattern project

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  2. anne February 15, 2013 at 12:51 pm #

    So sweet!! LOVE the headband and monogram!! I've never tried a sweater… Do you think this pattern would be OK for a first-time sweater project?

  3. Aurelas February 15, 2013 at 3:08 am #

    I think I'm going to have to start doing a stash bash too! What great idea. I will blog about it if I do and link up.Your sweater is too cute! I knit but I'm still learning so I'm probably not the best person to try out your pattern.

  4. Emily Breclaw February 14, 2013 at 10:41 pm #

    Darling sweaters! Love your blog! I hope my link comes through correctly, it's from a post I did recently about using up quilt fabric and batting scraps.

  5. Meadow February 14, 2013 at 9:59 pm #

    That is so precious! I would so knit it if you write up the pattern.

  6. Anonymous February 14, 2013 at 7:19 pm #

    That is so adorable, Tricia! I love it! I'm an amateur knitter. How difficult is your pattern? I'd love to have a go. Or better yet, see it in a crochet pattern if you already have it. 🙂 You're always such an inspiration.

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