Mini skeins are not only beautiful but they make color play so much easier! If you are planning a sweater and want to add a few stripes, mini skeins allow you to mix and match colors until you find the right combination for the look you’re going for. We have a plethora of mini-skeins so, whether you want a full set or a bundle, you’ll be able to create an amazing colorwork project from the options we stock. Here are some fun ways to use those pretty little minis!
Handmaiden – 5ply Casbah Gradient Pack
Casbah 5ply Gradient Wrap by Handmaiden Yarns
Hedgehog Fibres – Sock Mini Sets
Outline by Beata Jezek
Lorna’s Laces – String Quintet
Ombre Quintet by Wendy S. Baker
Madelinetosh – Unicorn Tails
Buccaneer by Justyna Lorkowska
Squoosh Fiberarts – Beefcake Minis
Fruit Stripes Gum Socks by Leah Oakley (calls for self striping yarn but you can use minis to create your own stripes!)
SweetGeorgia – Party of Five
Gimli Peak by Jessie Ksanznak
Three Irish Girls – Adorn Luxe Mini Skein Sets
Building Blocks Shawl by Stephen West
How do you use your mini skeins? Share with us in the comments below for your chance to win a set of Beefcake Minis from Squoosh Fiberarts! The random winner will be chosen and announced on Facebook on May 12th at Noon EDT.
-The random winner will be drawn May 12th at Noon EDT
-Your project must contain at least 1 mini skein that we carry/have carried
-To enter, comment the link to your project page on Ravelry in the comment section on the blog, not Facebook
-Projects can be from any year
I used a Lorna’s Laces String Quintet in my Q1 KAL. It was my first time using mini skeins and now I need more! (So you should totally pick me ;P)
I made a mandala into a pillow with Mini-skeins!
I used beautiful Madelinetosh unicorn tails in my Solaris!