Earth Day Knitting Projects and Patterns

Celebrate Earth Day every day with Knitting Patterns and Projects for Earth Day such as fun up-cycles, home decor and useful DIYs including fish scrubbies, dishcloths, and  even a pencil case.  Did you know you could make yarn out of a t-shirt?  Or how about replacing dryer sheets with a yarn ball?

Read on my friends, read on.

Knitting Patterns and Projects for Earth Day such as fun up-cycles, home decor and useful DIYs including fish scrubbies, dishcloths, and even a pencil case

Earth Day Patterns for the Home

When your factory made dishcloths wear out, replace them with hand knit 100 % cotton ones, knit yourself ( and all of your friends!) fabulous pillow covers and a vase – and throw in a trivet or two!

DIY Handmade Trivets – by Nemcsok Farms

Knit Vase – by Flax and Twine

Knit Pillow Case – by What’s Next by Yukiko

Flower Garden Tea Cosy – by Just Jen Knits & Stitches

Handknit Dish Cloth – by Knit’s End

Colorful Knitted Fish Scrubbies – by the Knitting Space

Knitting Patterns and Projects for Earth Day such as fun up-cycles, home decor and useful DIYs including fish scrubbies, dishcloths, and even a pencil case

Earth Day Patterns For Fun

Knit yourself and your classmates some water bottle cozies, and make I-cords in your favourite colours for a DIY pencil case! Knit lovely bluebirds for decoration and for playthings.  Also, fill up your gardens with lovely finger knit butterflies – they’re beautiful!

Waterbottle Cozy – by Moogly

Knit Pencil Case – by Moms and Crafters

Knit Bluebird – by Love Knitting with Sara Elizabeth Kellner

Finger Knit Butterfly – by Red Ted Art

Knitting Patterns and Projects for Earth Day such as fun up-cycles, home decor and useful DIYs including fish scrubbies, dishcloths, and even a pencil case

Earth Day Yarny Up-Cycles

Knitting is by very nature an earth friendly craft.  Especially when you are replacing consumables with reusables, like the dryer sheets I mentioned above.  Up-cycling previously used materials into a knittable yarn is not only brilliant, it’s cost effective, eco-friendly and just freaking awesome.

Dryer Balls with Yarn – by Mama in a Stitch

Make T-Shirt Yarn – by Craftpassion

DIY Rag Rug – by Nemcsok Farms

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