Today I share a great secret with you: you will never look extremely organised unless you were a total mess at some point AND you own a ridiculous amount of lolly sticks. And I succeed, at least for the mess and lolly sticks part. I am also getting better at the organisation stuff though it…… Continue reading Lolly sticks to the rescue – thread and ribbon organisation
Be May the month of fabric organisation. My half cupboard is in bad need of some reshuffling (as you can see at the top of above photo). Inspired by a book I will review here later, I tackled the project with scraps organisation. I am now the proud owner of tidy little boxes to store…… Continue reading Fabric organisation 1 – scraps
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