You can make a handwoven blanket using a Zoom Loom and various yarns that you have spun as long as they are approximately fingering weight yarn.
David Pipinich made “Patched Life” with some handspun.
For something a little more decadent, some wall art can be made with your precious samples of handspun yarns.
Denise created three pieces, each using a bit of her handspun.
Or if you have a mind to weave a long wall hanging, you can follow along with Benjamin.
For something a bit more practical, and just as meaningful, you could weave a shawl to wear and remember what you’ve spun.
For some yarns it doesn’t always make sense to make a garment or scarf, so something else must be done. Both the Pencil Case by Denise and the Back Pack by Benjamin would be great uses for that yarn you just don’t know what to do with.
Handspun yarn tends to have a lot of energy, so it can make great knitting yarn.
If your yarn isn’t as consistent as you’d like and knitting with the yarn isn’t in your future, this fun kerchief is a great handspun project.
Knit and Crochet
And if you can’t quite decide whether you want to knit or crochet with your yarn, why not do both? This simple hat idea is great for those of us who are indecisive.
For more handspun projects, go to the link below. What do you make with your handspun yarn? Let us know in the comments!