Anyway, yesterday (it long over due), I was organizing my large stash from my closet.
PLEASE BE CAREFUL! ARE ABOUT SEE IS DREADFUL AND HORRIFIED PIC OF MY STASH! If YOU HAVE A HISTORY WITH HEART PROBLEMS, PLEASE STAY AWAY FROM THE POST! THANK YOU! HAHAHA I am just joking with you!
Oh GOD! Please HELP ME to stop buying so much yarn!
Youguys remember begining of this year's Feb my stash pic? SEE HERE Compare to Feb pic, I can tell my stash growing really big! It has been creating some huge problem in my closet ..I will say it is fucking soo much yarn...I dont know what to do with it. I know..I have to stop buying yarn and start new project and use the yarn what I have.
You can see yarns are taking over my bed room. It is like a yarn river! HELP ME!
And another pic of my NEW organized stash box!
Talking about the Stash...I guess every knitters are agree with too my stash on your home..It is so hard to buying new yarn... One of Stephanie McPhee's book "Kntting Rules!", she point out "FIVE GREAT REASON TO KEEP" A STASH in this book..."If anyone ever tries to make you feel guilty about your stash, there are several thing you can point out."
"Five Reasons to Keep a Stash"
- Some people collect rocks or seashells. Enough said.
- Yarn, if you get enought of it, can totally act as house insulation, helping to cool your house in the summer and hold in heat during the winter. Lit's almost irresponsible, in the face of global cliumate change, hot to have a stash of yarn.
- Wool is flame - retardent and what people in the fire business refer to as "self-extingushing." If someting self-extinguishing is exposed to a flame, when the flame is removed it will no longer burn. This means that (in my special little world) having an extensive woolen stash is practically a safety thing. Remind me to call my insurance company to have my rates lowered.
- Speaking of insurance, a stash protects against any number of emergencies. What if you lost your job and could no longer afford to buying yarn? What if you had to move to a remote mountain pass in Nepal and couldn't get to a yarn shop without a five-day hike? What if, out of the blue, huge felted woolen car cozies became popular and the world's supply of fiber was eaten up by the auto industrym causeing wool scarcity and widespread panic among knitters everywhere? Better to be prepared. You never know when supply could dry up.
- It's a way better alternative than drinking heavily or doing drugs, which is probably the way I'd spend my time if you took my knitting away.
Yarn of this this week:
Dickie from "cashmere blend" (Check out his group "Malabrigo Junkles") inspire me to buy this really lovely yarns!
Malabrigo Merino Worsted #50 Roanoke
Peoject: Planning to knitting a Shifting Sands scarf from Kathy at "Grumperina."
Song of the weeks:
Band : Bishop Allen
Song : "Click Click Click Click"
Album : The Broken String
From : Booklyn, New York
Style : Indle Folk, Pop
Please stay return for new post! I am planning to write a new blog post everyday! Sorry for long absence!
Have great sunday and KNIT HARD!!!