Tag Archives: stash

Stripes and more stripes

Back in 2012, I bought some yarn to make the “in” project of the moment, the Color Affection shawl by Veera Välimäki. With hindsight, I now recognise that I had reservations about the colour choices and yarn composition from the … Continue reading

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Red Reinvented

I’m making a concerted effort to use my stash yarn this year. Although there are some special single skeins on the shelves, a surprisingly large proportion of the stash has a chequered history and a dubious future. My intention is … Continue reading

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Stash

Stash can be a wonderful thing. I love having a range of yarn available to dip into when inspiration strikes. The downside is that it can quickly multiply and I’ve been working on stash reduction over recent months, trying not … Continue reading

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Now you see it …

Now you see it …   Now you don’t! Sometimes you just have to face it – it’s time to give up on that neglected project. So what happened? I bought this wool at a lovely yarn shop called Colourway in … Continue reading

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The Wednesday WIP – the chosen skein

My mission was to choose a skein from my stash and then decide what to make. Simple, eh? Well, no – it was surprisingly difficult. For me, anyway. It took longer than I imagined to get to the cast on stage, … Continue reading

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