Archive for the 'Stashing' Category

Red Heart MacIntosh

Red Heart macIntosh
2 balls in Blush, becoming thick socks for Grandmother[tags]Red Heart MacIntosh, yarn, stash[/tags]

More Berocco Lullaby

Red Lullaby
Red Lullaby, 10 balls. DS#1 likes this, but I think it may be too girly. Added 9/14/2006[tags]Berocco Lullaby, stash, yarn[/tags]

Berocco Lullaby

Variegated Lullaby

Variegated Lullaby, 10 balls. DD#3 says she wants this. We’ll see, LOL! Added 9/14[tags]stash, Berocco Lullaby, yarn[/tags]

Oasis

SWTC Oasis
3 balls of Southwest Trading Company Oasis, originally purchased to make Granny’s stole, but there was not enough yardage.[tags]SWTC Oasis, stash, yarn[/tags]

Socks, not Hocks

sockfromshelly
5 balls of mostly unknown sock yarns, added when Shelly sent me yarn for hocks. There is enough of each for at least little-people socks.
[tags]stash, sock yarn, yarn[/tags]

On-Line Supersocke

onlinesockyarn
3 balls added 12 July 2006, On-Line supersocke 100 summer colors 790, 794, 787. 2 for boys and one for girls.
[tags]yarn, stash, sock yarn[/tags]

Assorted Wools

hsyyarn
29 balls from HSY and my helping box, most of which will become charity hats. Assorted [tag]wools[/tag], mostly [tag]Cascade 220[/tag], some LionBrand Fishermans. Great for stripes, and you know I love stripes. I add wool leftovers from other projects to this bin, too, and use it for helping others. When I get low in here, I’ll order another grabbag of Cascade 220 or Pastaza from One Fine Yarn. I just wanna plug that store, because I have had excellent, SPEEDY service from them :) Ya’ll know I am into instant gratification, and even with waiting for the mail service, this comes pretty close. All the grabbags and yarn paks are worth a look-see.
April 2007 28 balls left
May 2007 13 ball used
[tags]yarn, stash[/tags]

Cotton Fine

cottonfine
[tag]Brownsheep Cotton Fine[/tag], 6 balls in Victorian Pink. 1332 yards total, destined to become a Faroese Garden Shawl. This was my birthday present to myself, along with the pattern, in 2005. I may use the yarn for that, or I may not. I’ve thought about using it for several different projects, but it’s been just a couple of shades off from what I want.[tags]yarn, stash, wool[/tags]

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