The Stash.

I’m always curious about what people have when crafting.
You might not be. But I know there’s others out there like me. 
There’s something about seeing the raw material they’re working with and then seeing a finished product that is so awesome, it’s hard to find words to describe it. Part of it is probably due to the fact that crafters know what kind of work goes into making things. 
So I thought I’d share pictures of what I’m working with, yarn, knitting, and crochet related.
This is my odd and end box. It’s got my scissors, stitch markers, some embroidery thread, gauge reader/ruler, yarn bobbins, darning needles, etc.
This is my yarn. And it’s constantly changing and growing or shrinking. It’s made up of Red Heart brand (which I honestly don’t like, I think it’s too rough for much of anything) and I Love This Yarn! acrylic worsted weight. After taking this picture, I got two things of Peaches & Creme 100% cotton. My kitchen needs some potholders.
These are the only two sets of circulars that I have. They’re size 8 and 10, both 29″. Needless to say, I use a LOT of the magic loop method when knitting on these.
Theeeeese are my knitting needles. Thanks in large part to my best friend, Kristy. Her mom had moved into a house that had a mess of things left over, including a large amount of knitting needles. I’ve got a pretty good amount of 14″, then a couple sets of 10″, and then a few sets of DPNs.
These would be my crochet hooks. I had, literally, ONE before Kristy. I also have a big assortment of pattern magazines and books for crocheting, straight out of the 70s and 80s. My house would be retro-fab right now if it wasn’t for Kyle stopping me.
And, you know, if I could actually crochet. >.<
So, that’s my knitting and crocheting stuff. Not a lot, but it’s mine and it works for me.
Hopefully one day I’ll be able to show you my craft room.
If only someone could get it done…
(Kyle, if you’re reading this, HINTHINT.)
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About The Ninja

Mother, wife, pet owner, ninja.
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