Remember that extra yarn problem?
You know, the extra yarn problem in my new craft room?
Ok, ok, extra yarn is never a problem.
But my discovery of 3 full boxes of extra yarn after I safely (and smugly) got *all* my yarn into its new home in the upstairs closet (using a shoe horn), did cause me some concern.
After all, that closet is a decent size and it is packed solid. I was kind of appalled, (like always) at the volume of my stash. That sinking feeling always happens when I wade through my stash periodically. An unsettling vision appears in my brain of my stash showing up on some Hoarders TV show - yarn hoarders - with my face attached to it!
Oh well, that is what doors are for! :-)
But then I got this great idea - Baskets! Put the yarn in baskets in that room. I don't know why I didn't think of that earlier. I have seen yarn in baskets before.
I can look at it decoratively displayed.
But then there was the nagging problem of dust! I don't want my yarn dusty. It is ok if there is a thick dust layer on everything else in the house, which there usually is. But stand still for a few minutes in my house and a dust layer would settle on you.
So I got some Saran wrap to cover the yarn. Problem solved!
Another nagging problem. I don't have enough baskets to store all my remainder yarn. That stupid plastic container is still on the floor. It is still staring back at me saying,
The one with too much yarn.
You, the one who is looking over her shoulder.
You have too much yarn.
I am talking to you.
Too much yarn.
Too . much . yarn!"
I think I will shut the door!