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Old 01-07-2009, 01:58 PM   #11
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I have a magazine called Mary Janes Farm that has an easy to make storage unit. I will have to look at that when I go home and report back to you guys
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Old 01-07-2009, 08:40 PM   #12
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Aren't huge stashes of yarn the most glorious thing you've ever seen??? My husband's eyes glazed over after he went into the Bass Pro Shop here for the first time, just like mine did at our LYS (that unfortunately closed a few months ago). There's still a small yarn shop downtown, but the supply is limited. What can I say?? We both have our vices/hobbies . At least what we do is legal.
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My stash has just begun... I've only got 3 bags full in my 'studio' and a large basketful in the frontroom but today I bot 7 balls of yarn so I could begin a pompom papoose... LOL!
So that makes another bag full of yarn... (smile)
Made the mistake of taking my dh with me... he didn't say much but I'm thinking, next time I go alone... heehee!
I have a lovely full closet in my little 'studio' here but I'm afraid the shelves are all taken up with buttons and fabrics...
I must have about 10,000 buttons - was going to do a lot of hot glueing with them but then knitting came along and they've been put on hold for a while...
No wonder hubby rolls his eyes....
On the other hand, he's always bored - newly retired, doncha know! and nothing to do with his time.
I've offered to teach him to knit... but he's not bored enough yet, I guess... LOL!
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I love baskets and have quite a few of them. They used to collect dust, now they collect yarn. I SWEAR I don't know where it all comes from!

Fortunately, when I came home on Monday and admitted to a $40.00 'indescretion' (at Yarn Garden in Portland) my DH was very understanding.

My old dog, Maddie, that I'm always talking about, is literally on her last legs, so I'm going to be sending a bunch of her fur (she's double coated) to a woman to make several skeins for me. What could be a better tribute to Her Loyalness then for her knitterly mom to have some of her in skein form. Guess I'll just have to buy another basket for it.
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