Darcy challenged me to take my personal stash out of all the bags and boxes and expose it to the world. I take it this is about whole hanks/ balls of yarn which supposed to knit into an item and not about leftover/ scrap yarn (although it will be fun to wind that into little balls and show it as well... something for later).
I took it out and here it is
I've a lot of Patons Sahara Cotton I found in our local charity shop. 10 balls of salmon, 4 balls white... not an idea what to knit with it yet. A bunch of dish clothes? Also pretty much hemp yarn, 10 balls in different colours and still no ideas what to do with it.
The organic O-Wool (merino) (on the left) was never meant to be in my personal stash though, but there is so much of a meadow in it, I dare not to sell that to my customers.
Edit: in the meantime I received an email from O-Wool about this merino. Let's make it clear this problem with the yarn no longer exists and I hope this post won't keep anyone away from the lovely Organic Merino of O-Wool. Please have also a look at this post for a detailed explanation of the veggie matter in the wool.
Any ideas what to do with 8 hanks grassy merino? 100 grams each...
And of course, as should be, there is some yarn here that I'll never knit into anything.
A ball of rare sock yarn. I don't like the split threads. Of the Wensleydale's there's 2 balls, I don't like the wool itself. The Opal frog was in real not the colour I'd expected (on the website I bought it from, it showed up purple), but now I've seen some pictures of this colourway knitted up, I must say I don't like it. And then there is the organic merino. I fear it will also sit in the box for ages.
So, who is next to expose her stash?