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Monday, April 04, 2005
The Stash Aftermath
The mess I call stash does seem impressive. It's all that tonage of undyed wool. I had just gotten that order in and in a few months, most if not all, will be gone. There, that doesn't sound as bad right?
Thank you for all the comments. I hope those of you showing your SO's my stash, in an effort to make your stashes look small, get to add to your stashes. I didn't cruise around to too many stashes on Friday, I found that looking at all your yarn and fiber just made me want to add to mine and really, I don't want to do that.
If you go to the Knitty Boards you'll see that some people do have more impressive stashes. I think Miss Hello Yarn has an amazing stash. If you want to see a stash full of luxurious fibers, you need to see Abby's. She put up several pages, you may need to scroll to get to the post by "afranquemont". Truly it's worth it for a very impressive stash. But that's where I stopped. The desire to go shopping after that was too strong, I think some of you might know what I mean. How many of you increased your stash over the weekend?
I got myself another cold over the weekend. Really I'd trade some of this stash if I could be guaranteed not to be sick for a few months straight. Spawn is getting huge and I've had to graduate to preggie clothing already. This is a shock because I didn't need to with Miss M until I was almost 6 months. The good news is that I might be 2 weeks further along than we originally thought. I go in for an ultra sound on Thursday to find out for sure. Keep your fingers crossed.
I'm still knitting along on Tan. The front is almost done. That means blocking and I can start putting it together. I'm not the patient type to wait until the whole thing is done. I put sweaters together a little bit at a time, that way I don't have all the seaming hell in the end. I have 16 days to meet my goal in finishing this.