|Wool of the Andes Worsted|
I keep my yarn separated by weight and if I have enough of a certain brand, by brand. My Wool of the Andes drawer was a mess and I'd stashed a few new skeins of fingering in there just for somewhere to put them. I decided to clean out the drawer.
And, because I'm currently mad at my knitting and someone recently mentioned wanting to see my stash, I thought it would be fun to spend the day sorting and straightening all my yarn and taking photos of it.
Bad, bad idea! I must not buy any more yarn!
Okay, so the Wool of the Andes pile is not that bad. Thank goodness I knit that shawl a while back because that used up a lot of my WoA.
My non-WoA worsted collection wasn't too bad either.
Oh, that's where most of my worsted is - in the Sweater Quantity box. There's enough there for nine sweaters and all but two will be knit with worsted.
(Don't you like that confident way I said those sweaters will be knit?)
|DK and Sport weight|
My DK/Sport collection is embarrassingly small.
|Knit Picks Hawthorne fingering weight yarn|
Yeah, okay, okay. I might have a slight addiction to Knit Pick's Hawthorne. They don't show up well in that photo, but there are some Gorgeous colors in that pile!
|Stroll and Paton's Kroy sock yarn|
I obviously like dark and/or blue socks. That's my Stroll and Paton's Kroy sock yarn collection. Thanks to the blanket I knit last summer, my Kroy pile is much smaller than it used to be.
So that's my yarn stash. It's all of my yarn. Well, all of my yarn that's not in one of the 8,000 project bags I have. Or the two big boxes of scrap fingering weight that I'm sitting here looking at as I type.
Oh my Lord! I just remembered that I have another sweater quantity coming if the post office ever finds it. It's currently lost. Perhaps the post office is actually looking out for me.
No more, no more, no more! I really mustn't buy any more yarn for a while.