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8 Craft & Crochet Projects Made with Bonbons from Bloggers

November 15th, 2012

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In September, we showed you the Wrapped Headband in Candy Colors by Cathy, from the blog Trinkets in Bloom – who created a bright, sparkly headband wrapped in the Party and Celebrate assortments from our newly released yarn, Bonbons; today, I’m going to share with you a few more  Bonbons projects made by some crafty bloggers.

Bonbons are a great collection of mini skein yarns that allows you to mix and match with color while you craft, knit or crochet.  The projects featured from these bloggers highlight various different ways Bonbons can be used, and with 8 different colors of yarn in one package – there are so many different opportunities for experimentation.  Take a look for yourself!

(When you click on the image or project name, it will take you to the blogger’s page for instructions)


Bohemian Twist Necklace
This Mama Makes Stuff
Crochet Chain NecklaceCrochet Chain necklace
Thanks I Made It
DIY String Wall Art
Nail String Art
Creme De La Craft


Bug Buddies
Bug Buddies
Maybe Matilda
Venessa Arizaga inspired Lace + Chain NecklaceVenessa Arizaga inspired Lace + Chain Necklace
Stripes and Sequins
Pom Pom HairpinsPom Pom Hairpins
Sugar Bee Crafts

Crocheted Necklace
Crocheted Necklace
Reese Dixon
Fiber Fashionista
Fiber Fashionista
Craft Test Dummies

Have you had a chance to work with Bonbons yet? Share your projects with us in the comments.

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  • Grace Jones

    So cute! I need to finsh my bon bon project which is a friend ship bracelet with a fancy design. The cotton bon bon yarns are my favorite so far.

    • Brandyce

      Hi Grace, nice to hear from you! Glad you’ve enjoyed working with the Bonbons; I love the stitch definition of the cotton Bonbons.

  • melodie renee

    O.k how can i make the pom pom hairpins? Is that fun fur they are made out of?

  • melodie

    I did make the pom pom hairpins AND it did not work. It turned out like um………… hare so help please would someone help me?

  • Donna Howard

    I have been having fun making flowers for hair clips with my bon bons.