This simple, four-panel latch hook project is all about finding a way to beautifully use and share scraps from your yarn stash. Gather your yarn ends! Quilters get to use fabric scraps to create beautiful works of art from their leftovers. Why can’t the same concept apply to yarn crafters?
On Hands Occupied, yarn crafts are everything that fall outside the scope of knit and crochet. You'll find ideas and tutorials for pom poms, tassels, macrame, weaving, latch hook & more in this section of the site.
Check out this free pattern for a basic latch hook wall hanging. The Tiered Colorblock Wall Hanging features three kinds of yarn cut into different lengths, resulting in a visually interesting finished project that will add some color and whimsy to your home decor!
You’ve mastered latch hook basics, so it’s come time to finish your project to turn it into a handmade masterpiece. What do you do? Learn basic latch hook project finishing with this easy tutorial.
Learn the basics of working a latch hook project from square one, so you can try this fun craft for yourself (and use up your yarn ends in the process)!
Latch hook is back! Check out 9 inspiring ideas for a contemporary take on this shaggy, well-loved craft.
Learn the best tips for getting perfect tassels every time. Tassels are the fun part of yarn crafting – you don’t have to count stitches or take yourself too seriously when you make them. They can show off your yarn in different ways than standard patterns may allow, which can be really refreshing!
This easy weaving project puts your best yarn scraps to good use! Quick, easy and oh-so-adorable, you can crank out a set of woven burger baskets for any summer soiree!
Weaving is having a moment, particularly popular among those wanting to DIY wall hangings, cushions, and other home decor items. Why not give it a go?
Check out two fresh ideas for how to incorporate tassels in your holiday gift-giving, and both take just minutes to DIY.