Tony did some kind of voodoo yesterday, and managed to get buckets and buckets of yarn out on display in the stock room. I was really beginning to lose track of what we had, but couldnt find the room for it. But he worked his magic, shifted things around, moved my shoe collection which freed up quite a lot of space!!! And piled the yarn into the shelves. It looks like a mini yarn shop. Take a tour!
This is the view on the left of the room, as you enter. The skeins on the front of the bottom shelf are all orphan skeins. All together now, ahhhhhhhhhh.
Here’s the front view of those shelves. My knitting books are piled at the top. Underneath the shelves are drawers full of tissue, labels, envelopes, etc etc. The yarn peeking out of the corner of the photo, on my work table, is a selection of skeins I’m trying to choose from to make a beaded shawl. Too much choice!!!
The yarn on the right hand shelving is always the current week’s shop update. I’ll be packing this up in a minute, ready for the post. Below the shelves are my bags and boxes of projects, and yarn and fibre stash.
The shelving on the wall immediately to your right when entering the room, opposite the window.
One last look at the main yarn shelf. I don’t know where to look first. Sorry its a bit dark, its stormy weather here today.
If you want to see bigger pictures of these, you can find the Flickr set here!