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Square Yo-yos. My grandma made lots and lots of yo-yos back in the 60's and made…

Square Yo-yos. My grandma made lots and lots of yo-yos back in the 60's and made…

Yo-yo pattern, free from Priscilla Hewitt.  Each yo-yo is only 2 rounds of DC, about 2" across -  perfect for using up scraps.  So many different looks depending on color choices, with three different joining methods given.  If an afghan is too tedious, these make a cute scarf, trivet, or potholder.   (Pics from Ravelry Project Gallery: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/yo-yo-scrap-afghans ) . . . .   ღTrish W ~ http://www.pinterest.com/trishw/  . . . . #crochet

Yo-yo pattern, free from Priscilla Hewitt. Each yo-yo is only 2 rounds of DC, about 2" across - perfect for using up scraps. So many different looks depending on color choices, with three different joining methods given. If an afghan is too tedious, these make a cute scarf, trivet, or potholder. (Pics from Ravelry Project Gallery: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/yo-yo-scrap-afghans ) . . . . ღTrish W ~ http://www.pinterest.com/trishw/ . . . . #crochet

Make a Fabric YoYo with this simple Molly and Mama Tutorial. A great beginners project.

Make a Fabric Yo Yo or Suffolk Puff

Make a Fabric YoYo with this simple Molly and Mama Tutorial. A great beginners project.

Begin to Stitch Fabric Yo-Yo.  How to Make Fabric Yo-Yos  A perennial favorite among quilters, a fabric yo-yo is a gathered circle secured with a simple running stitch. The cute designs can be used as accents on anything from clothes to lampshades or sewn together to make a quilt. To make, cut a circle about twice the size you want to end up with and then follow these simple steps.

How to Make Fabric Yo-Yos

Begin to Stitch Fabric Yo-Yo. How to Make Fabric Yo-Yos A perennial favorite among quilters, a fabric yo-yo is a gathered circle secured with a simple running stitch. The cute designs can be used as accents on anything from clothes to lampshades or sewn together to make a quilt. To make, cut a circle about twice the size you want to end up with and then follow these simple steps.

*Home made version can be from a simple circle. Top of an oatmeal container, or cottage cheese or anything. Cut fabric. Make a small 1/4 inch hem or so all around the circle with running stitch and pull tight. That's the old-fashioned method.

*Home made version can be from a simple circle. Top of an oatmeal container, or cottage cheese or anything. Cut fabric. Make a small 1/4 inch hem or so all around the circle with running stitch and pull tight. That's the old-fashioned method.

I love this, I would do this for a showet curtain and just stick to 2 or 3 alternating colors

I love this, I would do this for a showet curtain and just stick to 2 or 3 alternating colors

Bits of old quilts and doilies made into a bolero type jacket from Chasing Santa Fe

Bits of old quilts and doilies made into a bolero type jacket from Chasing Santa Fe

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