Lion Brand recently introduced an adorable new line of yarn called Bonbons. If you haven’t worked with this new yarn yet, we suggest you head to your local craft store and pick some up today. In fact, we’ve got them all for you to buy at our online craft store, CutRateCrafts; buy some today!
These miniature skeins of yarn are perfect for a wide variety of crafting projects including crochet, knitting, embroidery and amigurumi. Each package includes eight different colors, and there are and a number of different color assortments to choose from including Brights, Pastels, Beach, Nature, Party, Celebrate, and more.
Not only are Lion Brand Bonbons absolutely adorable, but they are super practical too. Why buy an entire skein of yarn if you need just a little bit of each color for a small project? They’re ideal to use for any project that uses a small amount of any color such as amigurumi, embroidery, friendship bracelets, or embellishments.
Read our full review here on AllFreeCrochet and enjoy our video review below. Scroll down for a few free projects that are made using Bonbons yarn, plus enter to win a free package of Lion Brand Bonbons just by leaving a comment below.
Lion Brand Bonbons:
Free Crochet Patterns to Make with Bonbon Yarn:
Bright Bonbons Crochet Pouch: This colorful crochet pattern is made using Bright Bonbon yarn. The size of this cute crochet bag is perfect, and ruffles give it a playful and girly look. Only about half a skein of each color was used to complete this small crocheted bag, so you could easily make two pouches using just one package of Bonbons.
Quirky Crochet Handbag: Lion Brand Bonbons yarn is used to create this Quirky Crochet Handbag. This DIY handbag tutorial includes techniques for keeping the shape of the bag intact and for preventing the handles from stretching out. You’ll also find easy-to-follow instructions for lining the bag, as well.
What type of pattern would you make with Lion Brand Bonbons Yarn?
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