Egads (to continue the topic I started in the sorting thread by Usamacka)....
I have stuff, lots and lots of yarn (non-wool mostly) but don't know hot to begin getting rid of it all. Was thinking of bringing a bagful to the Sally Ann but they just closed up shop. There's a re-cycle place at our local dump, but......sad to leave things there.
Mailing out stuff to far away places is costly (I'm in Ontario, Canada); plus it involves packaging....not my strong suit.
I would love it if someone would just drop by and take stuff away. But I'm somewhat of a hermit, so nobody drops in, ever.
Woodi, if I ever make it to your neck of the woods, I'll drop in...as long as you expect me and say it's OK. I'm not a dropper-inner kind of person. I'll bring some of my yarn and we can trade. That's not what you had in mind, is it?
Happiness is catching that dropped stitch while it's still fixable..
Woodi, what about a senior center or school art dept? Do you have a volunteer organization nearby, perhaps a group attached to a hospital, that makes handmade items? A quick search of the Lionbrand site turned up this organization which may or may not be nearby. http://www.angelhugs.ca/