It might sound like a distant dream for a yarn hoarder to be organized, but I’m here to provide you all with hope. There’s always time to get organized and it’s never too late to start. Since we’re at the beginning of a new year, what better time than now to get your hands dirty sorting through mounds of yarn and knitting supplies. If this sounds like a daunting task, you’re not alone. While it can be challenging, half the battle is having a proper home for each and every item out of place. In order to do that, you need the right yarn and needle organizers! That’s where AllFreeKnitting comes in. To help minimize your stress, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite patterns that are ideal for organization. Check them all out — for free — below!
Needle Case: Gone are the days of rooms with knitting needles scattered across the floor and sofa; just knit yourself one of these handy cases to keep everything you need all in one place. Perfect for holding knitting needles and smaller knitting notions, this knit case can also be rolled up and tucked away for easy storage.
Zippered Carry Case: Pack away even the smallest of knitting supplies with this colorful zippered case. Once all your small double pointed needles, yarn cutters and stitch markers are safely stowed inside the Zipper Carry Case, you’ll be able to easily locate them when they’re required for future knitting projects.
Knit Abacus Pouch: Get organized and have fun in the process with this chic case that boasts colorful bead accents. No matter what you store inside this practical pouch, you’ll love finding a home for the random odds and ends that result from knitting.
Zippy Needle Pouch: For larger items that need a new place to call home, these roomier colorful bags are just the ticket. Complete with matching zippers, you won’t have to worry about supplies falling out, going missing or creating a mess on the craft room floor.
If you’re still looking for more organization inspiration, don’t miss our collection page of 17 Organizers and Stashbusters.
Tell us: what’s your best kept organizational secret?