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Old 11-20-2007, 03:53 PM   #12
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Here is my stash problem. I have very little yarn that *I* have bought that I don't have a project for. My stash problem is yarn that my mother gave me that is very nice yarn, but may only have a ball or two or one skein, or 3 partial balls (of the same yarn - I've yet to figure that out) that I have nothing to do with. It's all very nice expensive yarn, but what do I do with it? I've looked at several of the "one yarn pattern books" and quite frankly, very little speaks to me. I don't need a matching set of cup cozies (or a tea cozy or a sweater for the dog I don't have) and there are only so many hats I can wear. I've thought about doing some charity knitting, but most of the yarn is inappropriate for the baby items and maybe too scratchy for the chemo caps. (sigh) So most of it just sits unused waiting for Some Project. Why can't I just get rid of it? :D
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