It’s not hoarding if it’s organized, right?

Knitting Blog Challenge Day 12

Where do you keep your stash? Post pictures!

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I had every intention of cleaning up my studio and making it look pinterest worthy by now. But I didn’t. I’d love to be able to beautifully display my stash on beautiful shelves, maybe one day; but for now I’ve got everything bagged up and weighed out and labeled with sticky notes. I’m kind of terrified of getting infested with moths – I found a few holes in a baby sweater I never put buttons on and after that I rewound a bunch of skeins, washed a few that were especially dusty and bagged everything separately incase I missed something it at least won’t contaminate all of my yarn. I’ve also got three big bins in my parent’s basement that I’ll move once I have space for my loom.

To make up for the sterility, I went through and tried to digitally organize my stash. I’ve added photo’s to most of my stash on Ravelry and have been trying to keep the yardage updated the best I can. I’ve got a lot of half used up skeins and it’s hard to find projects I like for using it all up. I do like that I can search through all my yarn without making a giant mess. And if I’m out buying yarn and need to see if I already have some/have enough I can pull out my phone and look it up.

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