Scintilation noun - a flash or sparkle of light
You know those bits of gorgeous yarn left over from your favorite projects? The ones you just can’t bear to throw away? Well why not turn them into a pile of adorable little stars!
Each one takes only a few yards of yarn (these took between 10 & 30 yards each) and about two hours to knit. That’s about as close to instant gratification as knitting gets!
As for what you’ll do with them? Well that’s limited only by your imagination!
I suspect you’ll want to make a bunch and you’ll come up with no end of ideas for what to do with them!
And I promise they’re quick and easy! If you’ve never made something 3D before, don’t worry. I’ve got a three-page photo tutorial showing you every step of the process. And I’ve included all sorts of helpful tips on everything from what to fill them with to how to block them (seriously, there’s a blocking guide you can print out and use if you’re feeling fancy) to how to weave in your ends. You can totally do this!
Aran & Worsted
based on 2 reviews over the last year
This could be used for so many things-a star mobile, a star garland, star centerpieces, ornaments. I just love the look of them.
I bought this pattern out of interest, to make Christmas decorations using leftover yarn. I have not had time yet, but the pattern has very detailed instructions and I am sure I will be pleased with the result.