Storage Knitting Patterns
Yip Yips Hanging Baskets
Soft hanging storage monsters great for toy storage, kids’ laundry, holiday stockings, and more! Embellished with pingpong ball eyes and pipe cleaner antennae. Size: 25″ around by 14″ tall. Designed by Carissa Browning. There’s also a crochet version. Super Bulky weight yarn.
The Toby Case
This small pencil or glasses case (8” x 2”) which is stiffened with plastic canvas so that it keeps its shape. You’ll need less than 50g of any DK weight yarn in the main colour and scraps of four other colours so it’s a great stash buster. Designed by Frankie Brown.
Stash n Store Set
This organizer set includes a Sofa Caddy, Basket, and Door Hanger knit with moss stitch and cables in chunky yarn. Designed by Nicola Valiji. Note that this pattern requires registration of your email and log in at the Let’s Knit website. Some times their site is very slow. I am not associated with Let’s Knit so if you have issues with their website, you must contact them.
Easy laundry bags in two sizes: 40 cm x 48 cm and 50 cm x 60 cm. Quick knit in super bulky yarn. Designed by Pirjo M
Hanging Storage Bag
Originally designed to hold clothespins while hanging on a line or hanger, this cabled bag could easily be adapted for other uses where you want a hanging tote bag. I thought it might be useful to hang on a walker for example. About 12” x 12” (30cm x 30cm). Designed by Catherine Marcoux
Protect your fruit and keep it fresh in this mesh storage. Designed by by Hilary L. Pictured project by LidiDi
Journal Band with Pen Pocket
Laura Crowley designed this easy, quick-to-knit band with a built-in pen pocket. Great stash buster or quick gift!
Quickie Plastic Bag Holder
Anna Maliszewski created a lace bag holder with a ribbed opening that will allow you to pull out bags to re-use when you need them. Great stash buster!
Life Beyond the Kitchen had a great idea to replace paper or store bought protectors for stacked pans with knitted protectors. She offers 4 knitting patterns but you can make your own. You can even re-purpose leftover knitting swatches. Great stash buster!
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