To conclude my series on knitting and crochet supplies organisation, I want to share with you some good ideas a came across. DPN (double pointed needles) holder Source: ravelry.com via Samantha on Pinterest It takes scrap of fabric and some wide elastic to hold your DPNs and your work in progress together. For this one…… Continue reading Knitting gear organisation – crafty knitters
Please take a look at the image above: this is a picture of my newly organised knitting stash and tools. Doesn’t it draw you to these two conclusions: 1) I own an unhealthy amount of yarn ; 2) I have a soft spot for blues and greys. Yep, that’s the problem with organisation: it gets…… Continue reading Yarn: organised!
After all the work I did with my needles and my yarn stash, I thought I couldn’t get any more organised knitting wise. I was so wrong. Because I grew used to them, I don’t notice anymore the various knitting projects (i.e.: yarn + needles + pattern) hanging out in various rooms, especially in the…… Continue reading My new knitting project bag
Promise kept: after organising my circular needles, I handled the straight needles and crochet hooks with some maestria I have to say. I wanted an organiser to carry at the same time my regular needles, double pointed needles and crochet hooks. It would also need to have room for any addition to my collection. The organiser…… Continue reading Straight needles and crochet hooks: organised!
They say the key to happiness is to make things you love. I got myself a mega serving of happy by doing three of things I love most at once: I did some serious organisation for my circular knitting needles using some of my huge stock of office supplies. It may seem a tad nerdy…… Continue reading Circular needles: organised!