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Stash Busting Challenge


As we all are spending at least 30 more days at home, we might as well work through our yarn stash! The Stash Busting Challenge was organized by Hortense of Knitting With Chopsticks and Janne of Joy of Motion Crochet for the month of April.

Each week you get a new collection of crochet and knitting patterns that you can download for FREE. Each pattern is a quick make or a one skein project, so you won’t need to order any yarn or do curb-side pickup. ?

Check out the infographic below on how this works.

The challenge is over, but there’s over 100 patterns below to check out and make a noticeable dent in that yarn stash!

Use #sbchallenge when showing off your finished projects!

Ready for the Patterns?

Stash Busting Challenge Week 1

Stash Busting Challenge Week 2

Remember to find the Download This Free PDF button and use the code SBCHALLENGE!

Stash Busting Challenge Week 3

More stash busting patterns! Grab your hooks and yarn to get started on this week's patterns. Use #sbchallenge when sharing your finished projects!

Stash Busting Challenge Week 4

It's the last week of the challenge, and it's the biggest one of free crochet and knit patterns. Download 1 or all 32 patterns by 11:59 PM EST on April 28.

Don’t forget to use #sbchallenge when showing off your projects!

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