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What Makes a Good Yarn and Fibre Stash? Ways to Make you a Happy Stasher!

The perfect stash has a natural movement to it… as things come in, projects go out… it should never feel stagnant, or uninspired.

It should save you time and money when you come to start a new project and stop those overly impulsive twinges you get from time to time… you know the ones… the ones that explain that odd skein of something you bought… for… you can’t remember what! 914 more words


Short-Sleeved and Sweet

I’d had my eye on Wendy’s Pullover by Ruthie Nassbaum for quite a bit of time. I was immediately drawn to the Peter Pan collar and the use of fingering weight yarn since I wanted a lighter weight sweater.  572 more words


Jack Stash: 5/23-5/29

This week in Jack’s Stash, we have three great prizes for you. First, a pair of tickets to see Smash Mouth on Thursday September 8th at the Washington State Fair. 79 more words


Finished-Crocheted Potholders for Swap

Whoo-hoo!  I finished all three of the potholders for the swap.  Super excited to participate in this.  Some of the participants have started posting pictures in the Ravelry group and they are CUTE!  30 more words

General Interest

All The Pretty Fiber

The RI Fiber Festival and Craft Fair was this past weekend and it was a lovely time! The weather held out (chilly but no rain) and there were more vendors present than in previous years. 433 more words


The Elephant in the Room...

Hi Friends! When I recorded this vlog the other day I had no idea that so many people felt the same way I have lately about our “stuff”. 820 more words

Video Blog

Oldest WIP... 

My oldest project that got me into fiber… Deep deep into fiber…

Was a crocheted afghan.

The Daisy Square Charity afghan. I have crocheted all the squares I’m going to do. 142 more words