If you’re looking for a fun way to use up your extra yarn, whipping up a crochet feather or two is the perfect stash-busting project.
I don’t know about you, but I have baskets full of scrap yarn. From yarn I bought on sale (OK, or an impulse buy) and yarn given to me as gifts or just leftover yarn from crochet projects, scrap yarn is always surrounding me.
There are a ton of fun crochet projects to use up that yarn and one of them is crochet feathers.
What would you use crochet feathers for you ask? Here are a few cute crochet projects ideas for those beautiful feathers:
Make a dream catcher
Use the feathers for a wall hanging
Attach them to a boho bag
Use them as a bookmark
Enjoy these 10 crochet feather patterns. Some of the patterns are free and some are just a few bucks.
10 Crochet Feather Patterns to Use Up That Yarn Stash
If you've spent any time on the I Can Crochet That site, then you know I've become a tad bit obsessed with Tunisian crochet. I have Tunisian tutorials (that I'll be adding more to soon), a camping blanket made with the Tunisian knit stitch and more.
So when I saw this crochet feather pattern using Tunisian, I knew I had to bookmark it to try later.
This is another stunning crochet feather pattern. Instead of the pastel colors, they used fall colors which I think are just amazing. Plus, it's whipped up using single crochet and she included four different sizes.
Imagine these on a fall tablescape or for Thanksgiving dinner. You could mark your guests' places at the tables with these and let them take one home.
Here's a video tutorial from The Proper Pineapple on how to crochet reversible feathers. Her tutorial is done really well and easy to follow, plus her cute kitty makes an appearance...so what's not to love?
Hi! I’m Julie. I design modern crochet patterns and tutorials to help you learn to crochet. I’ve been crocheting for over two decades and with the gentle nudging of my husband, decided to turn this passion into a career. Although we travel a lot in our campervan, you’ll never find me without a bag of yarn and projects.