I’m out of yarn. There is nothing usable left in my stash of leftovers anymore. It’s very upsetting. Look at this:
I have those, but not enough of any of them to make anything. OK, I could probably make a simple hat out of that bright blue one, but that’s no fun — I have tons of hats and I’m not making any for Christmas presents this year. I don’t think the other ones could even make a hat. I’d make a scrap something, but they’re all different brands and weights and fibers, so that’s no good. Here’s my second drawer:
Again here, I could make a couple of hats with those two fun textured ones, but that’s no fun. The sock yarn in the corner is unappealing to me — I don’t know why I bought it in the first place. The gray stuff is usable, but I don’t know what to make with just two skeins. I’m considering unraveling this:
That thing is older than this blog. I meant it to be a wrap, but I couldn’t afford the yarn to finish it up. I hesitate a bit to unravel that one because the yarn got kinda moldy once, being stored in a damp place. I washed it, of course, but I wonder if washing will make it hard to unravel. This next thing is the same (although without the mold and wash):
I think that one was going to be a blanket, but it’s so old I don’t even remember. Both of those projects are made with soft worsted cotton.
So should I unravel those last 2 projects? Do you think either of them would make something like this shawl? I think it would make this. Maybe I could combine them and make another Christmas-y dog sweater for my sweet puppy (my first attempt got immediately mangled in play due to the loose stitching).
OK so maybe I do have some yarn… that gray stuff and those two projects. *sigh* I just don’t know what to make with any of it. I guess I can go ahead and unravel those things and assess my yarn quantities then. I think I need a ball winder…