Or more correctly, winding, winding, winding.... with nothing captivating on TV it’s amazing how many of these pucks you can do in one evening.
When I was looking for something else I ran across the 2 round circles from obviously a WIP I had started eons ago. I found a pattern showing one way of incorporating these round cylinders into a blanket but I will need 4 of each colour which led me on a merry chase searching for any leftover bits and pieces. If these smaller motifs are my go-to project for the hot weather I decided what better time to organize my stash of leftover odds and sods. I plan on separating the yarn by ball size, large, medium and balls with just sufficient yardage to do maybe one round. It’s frustrating continually searching through bags of leftovers so I decided to get myself organized and picked up some of the foldable cloth bins from the dollar store. This way I can see the colours clearly. It’s like a treasure hunt discovering what you have in your stash J
If you are looking for a way to put a dent in your stash consider working with small motifs or making up larger squares that can be assembled at a later date.
Dalyce Newby – I’ve been the area volunteer for the Greater Toronto & Area chapter since 2001. My primary crafts are crocheting and knitting. I also have an interest in scrapbooking and I'm currently working on a heritage album.