All right, last we met I showed you wonderful pictures of my shiny, new shelves. What do we do with them? We fill them with yarn before the other shit that fills shelves has a chance to migrate in.
Step 1, move in all of the upstairs yarn.
Ah yes, feed on my chaos. A Webs bag that probably has a lot of the yarn that it carried home from Webs. A gift bag from a swap in which you'll find some of Heather's yummy yarn (in a colorway that I adore) and some kid mohair. An entire laundry basket full of yarn. A lot of this used to be downstairs yarn.
There's a fair amount of roving and fiber mixed in. That's not for the shelf, though, I have a plan for all of that. It's going in here
Ooh, that's right. Meet the downstairs yarn. Yep, that's another Webs bag!
So, the plan now is to empty out baskets of yarn upstairs, get them downstairs, and sherpa yarn upstairs. I'm trying to get the cats to make like little pack llamas, but they're surprisingly uncooperative.
With all of this moving, packing, organizing, untangling, and such, there arises a very important question: to stash, or not to stash?
Does Ravelry need to see all of this?
I'm taking pictures as I tuck things away, but am I really going to start updating my stash?
Do I want to own up to all of this? Sure, I'm owning up to it here, but these are just pictures. You can't really get the depth. There is nothing here proclaiming 1,237 stashed.
Anyway, back to it. I'll do it while I talk to the cats and wait for Chris to make his call home that's usually timed about two hours after I want to be to sleep.
For some reason, I'm just really hating him being away right now. More so than usual.
Anyway, To the Yarn Cave!