Saturday, April 08, 2006

Stash Pictures Finally

OK, I finally have the stash pictures ready for you all! It only took a week for me to get pictures and get them downloaded :oP So, ready or not, you have been flashed by my stash!

This is the organized part of my stash. This includes 12 cake skeins of chenille, 25 balls of wool of the andes in several colors, 6 balls of crayon in dark blue, 1 ball of fortissima socka, two balls of Knit Picks sock yarn (forget which kind), 11 balls of Pia wool, 16 balls of superwash merino in purple and lavendar, and three skeins of homespun in gothic, plus some other scraps. OK, next up is...
These are two balls of yarn that Erica gave me when she was my secret pal. I think they add well to the decorations of knitting needles, crochet hooks, and pictures (grandma in the frame by the way :oP and a very good bottle of wine) I still haven't figured out what to do with this yarn. It will be an accent on something I believe. Up next...
Lamb's Pride Worsted in Spring Garden. One hank has already been balled, the other still sits there. I think this will be made into a hat. Next...
The lone ball of Sari Silk unrefined. Kim traded this to me. It will be accenting the paradise fish sweater. Next...
You didn't believe me when I said I have yarn in my desk drawers at work, did you? Well, here you go. This is where the acrylic lives and Kathy and I make afghans out of it. the rainbow yarn is the scarves in progress for my cousins. That was just drawer one...
It ran over into drawer two... The only yarn I didn't get a picture of was the six skeins of wool-ease in my car, but it's been storming the past few days, so you'll eventually see that one. Now, for the updated pictures on the WIPs:
Paradise Fish sweater back.
Paradise Fish Sweater back with pastel Amigurumi bunny.
My first Amigurumi bunny. Yep, I'm still dying of cuteness.

And this is Kathy's WIP which is a boa yarn hat and scarf. Very cute I might add. Yep, the office has been overrun. They better not move us any time soon :oP

There you have it! My stash, my WIPs, and even Kathy's WIP. If I didn't fry your computer from having too many pictures in one post...

Knit on...

1 comment:

ericah64 said...

Ahhh, but you failed to mention the EXOTIC locale that yarn came from, that far-off land you've NEVER, EVER visited...the 1970's!