Yesterday’s yarn-winding post on Mason-Dixon Knitting (and the ensuing hypnotic discussion), followed by two different emails about related subjects, had me digging back into former Q for You posts on yarn handling that seem to be begging to resurface! (Plus on Friday I had a little meltdown about how much yarn is in my house, completely untamed at present, and how I need help keeping it under control.) These are perpetually pertinent subjects, the answers to which I never tire of seeing, and there’s so much assorted wisdom of this crowd stored in these posts. So today I’m encouraging you to take a look at the collected responses and add your two cents to each—
– Do you wind your own yarn? (winder or by hand, balled or caked)
– How do you sort your stash? (by color, by weight, by what)
– Does having a stash work?
– How do you close out a project? (what do you do with your leftovers)
– How do you store your yarn? (for aesthetics and safekeeping)
And if that’s not enough Q for You for one sitting, browse through them all here at your leisure.
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