Use Suet Feeders To Hold Leftover Yarn

Use Suet Feeders To Hold Leftover Yarn

Sarah Rae Smith
Nov 11, 2011

In my mind it's Fall everywhere. Everyone is experiencing freezing temperatures and bundling up for a long, cold Winter. Because I live in the Midwest, I have no real concept of what it's like to live in warmer states or countries, so for those folks, this post is for you.

I ran across this fun idea over on Pinterest from Juniper Moon Farms. It's a simple way to get rid of all those small scraps of yarn and string from your previous projects. Just use a basic suet feeder and shove everything inside so wildlife can come take what they need for nests. If it's still warm it would work in places where birds hang out for the winter and don't find somewhere more climate controlled. It could act as toasty insulation for their homes. Like Ugg boots for birds. Or for bird houses. Oh you get the idea.

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(Image: Juniper Moon Farms)

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