Thursday, December 14, 2006

My Stash is Horrendously Bigger Than Yours

In various places and in multiple ways I have stockpiled away. I do have a method, and it really does make sense! The smaller wicker baskets contain scraps and ribbon yarn (because why did I buy it and what am I going to do with it?) The yellow-handled basket and it's companion plastic bag have the yarn I've been holding on to for ages in order to make a comfy purple/blue afghan.
The hope chest and other baskets are just full. :P They contain most of the stash, with the majority of the acrylics in the wicker baskets, and the WIPS and natural fibres in the chest.
Beat that, Stephanie! :)


5 comments:

Dipsy D. said...

Oh yes, it IS big - probably bigger than most's stash! ;)) Awww, but what a lot of goodies there are! What can I say? Happy stash-reducing! ;)

CanarySanctuary said...

Thanks! I've been thinking about stash-redux, and have unfortunately not been very good at it. I love the larger projects like shawls/stoles/sweaters, which usually require more yarn buy-age. Woe to me :D

Sharmane said...

Oooooo, you're stash is horrendously bigger than mine. I love that cedar chect o' yarn. I may have to ask Santa for more yarn this year.

S said...

Blah! I got that much.
Perpare to feel wealthier than me-- or not yarn snob.

S said...

I know a way you could reduce. You could give some yarn to people who don't know the pleasure of using expensive yarns. Like someone you had coffee with last night...