Day Three: 30th March. Tidy mind, tidy stitches.
How do you keep your yarn wrangling organised?
Tips: Many people use their blogs partly as an organisational tool – logging and cataloguing projects and newly attained skills, projects and modifications. Did you bare this in mind when you began blogging?The top container is full of lovely 16 ply wool in luscious colours from Rowan’s days at the Steiner school.
The bottom one is full of lovely wool oddballs. I just can’t resist the basket of oddballs on sale. ;-)More ‘on sale’ stuff. When I taught at Spotlight I had to walk past the sale tables as I arrived & left, & I could never resist the wool sales.Odd balls of novelty yarns.My knitting needles & crochet hooks, I have quite a collection!!!
Ooooh what are we looking at here mum???
My fave bamboo needles. This lovely chest holds a cardi that only needs to be sewn together, mind you when I looked at it recently I don’t think it will fit. Also my wip freeform knitting & crochet, plus all the yummy blue, green & purple yarns.Another ufo, ‘Harry Potter,’ of course stored in a Harry Potter bag. :-) Another ufo which i will get back to soon & stored in this fabulous bag my dear friend Helen brought back from Germany for me. My high school German tells me it’s saying what a dear friend I am, roflol!!!!
I started blogging to keep track of what I was doing, to motivate me to finish things & to have a record of what I’d done. I purposely keep my blog ‘positive.’ Not that I have a problem with people who don’t, I just sometimes use it to cheer myself up so if I added in the bad stuff it wouldn’t work. I hope that makes sense.
My little photographic assistant. As soon as the camera appears, so does he. :-)
A little blurry, well he was trying to smooge the camera, lol.