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Binning left-over yarn scraps is a waste, but what can you do with them?

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Binning left-over yarn scraps is a waste, but what can you do with them? Some like to donate them to the local bird population for nest-building, but others worry about the safety of doing so (depends on fibre type and the length, really).

What is safe is to use longer scraps for making a multi-coloured 'magic ball' (whipup.net/2013/03/15/how-to-use-up-yarn-leftovers-with-a-magic-ball) or granny square centres. Or you can collect unusable scraps for stuffing that adorable amigurumi creature or...

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