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Prompt: Yarrrrrrrrn!

While crafting with a few friends the other day, this question came up: When you purchase yarn, do you have a project in mind, or do you buy on impluse and save the yarn to use whenever the need arises? All four of us revealed that we’re hoarders. Some more than others, but each of us have a pretty good stash of yarn growing all around us.

What about you? Are you a yarn hoarder, who buys on impluse just because the yarn was too lushious to put down? Or are you a practical yarnie who only buys what is needed for specific projects? Is there yarn bagged, boxed, stored, shelved all over your house? Or is it neatly piled away in as few storage containers as possible? Are you addicted, or can you quit at anytime? Inquiring crochet minds want to know!

Be sure to link back to this thread with a link to your response so others can find you easily!


5 Responses

  1. I can stop whenever I want to…I just don’t want to.

    And you’d have to do this prompt right after I bought birthday yarn!

  2. Mine’s up

    So much yarn, so little time…

  3. Here’s mine.

  4. I tend to hoard. I just bought a shoe caddy rack to organize the yarn so I can get it out of all the bags and boxes it is currently resting in.

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