Homemade PVC Pipe Yarn Holder

I saw a yarn holder made from PVC pipe on Pinterest a while back and really wanted to make myself one.


I bought the pipe and the ends and all the caps and unions so I could do it.  The materials cost less than  $10!
Chris said he would cut it all for me, thank you Chris.  He got it all cut and started to explain to me what I should use to make sure all the unions were adhered properly. 

I must have looked dumbfounded because he offered, and did assemble and glue it all together. Wasn’t that awesome? I think he just used plumbers glue.

All that’s left for me to do is paint it! That caused me to receive another look when I told him I’m going to paint it the same pink as the tool box project I’m working on lol! I still don’t understand why he was all that surprised!

So I took it out in the middle of the backyard  (the only place I’m allowed to spray paint any more lol) and proceeded to paint it pink!

Now I have a very handy yarn holder for my next knitting or crocheting project!

Sandie 

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12 thoughts on “Homemade PVC Pipe Yarn Holder

  1. I am so sorry this took so long!
    I used 3/4 inch pvc pipe and the fittings to match. Here is the list of lengths and fittings :
    2 x 8 inches
    1 x 1w inches
    4 x 5 inches
    4 x caps
    2 x 90 angle
    2 x T fitting

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