Sittin' Here Knittin' - Old one

Ramblings about Knitting and other important stuff

Saturday, April 01, 2006

Stash Flashin'

This is the small plastic bin I've been keeping "overflow" in. Now it houses my WIPs in the top bin, my non-feltable leftovers in the middle bin, and my feltable leftovers in the bottom bin.

This is a mid-sized shelf. I've got wools on the right, wool cottons in the middle, cottons toward the left, and nylon/acrylic/whatever on the far left.

This is all wool baby. It started with just Cascade 220 and Lambs Pride but grew into much much more. I love sitting in my loft now.

Cute container to keep straights together.

Leftover baby yarns. There's also some tweed on a cone and a kit for the Tapestry Garden caplet in Wrap Style. Yummy! You can see my knitting library directly underneath it.


Latest Aquisitions

APRIL FOOLS!!!


And the PIÈCE DE RÉSISTANCE - Yarn Porn

6 Comments:

At 8:43 PM, Blogger Chris said...

Ok, the 2nd to the last is obviously from a yarn shop - but is the last yours or at the shop?! I'm so confused!!

I do love how you have your yarn displayed. Ahhhh....

 
At 7:30 AM, Anonymous Stacey said...

You are so funny! I love the "trick" that I got to be involved in. hee hee. I see that you have been buying a little Cherry Tree Hill?! I love the arty picture!!

 
At 3:16 PM, Anonymous JessaLu said...

I love that last photo :o)

 
At 7:51 PM, Blogger CynCyn said...

if only we could have a whole yarn store as our personal stash!! awesome stash... anytime u need someone to babysit the yarn, you know who to call!

 
At 5:37 PM, Anonymous Cookie said...

Your room and stash look so well organized! And the pr0n shot is awesome! Is there yarn behind the yarn visible on the shelves, or do you push it forward like books?

 
At 8:12 AM, Blogger Michelle said...

Embarrassingly enough those shelves are at least two skeins deep and sometimes three if the yarn is in a small enough ball.

 

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