|I can now breathe easily again.|
I still haven't figured out what to do with my circulars. I liked the "pencil pouches in a 3-ring binder" idea (I'm a fan of binders, if you couldn't tell from the picture above), but the hunt for pencil pouches at stores just after schools have gone on summer vacation was (unsurprisingly) unsuccessful. However, it appears Amazon sells them pretty cheaply (i.e. this pack of 24 for $32). I'm debating on whether I should wait until August for Back to School sales, or buy them now and satisfy my I-need-it-now inner child/OCD.
|Still not as pretty as I would like.|
Riffling through my needle bin also made me realize that I have a bunch of bamboo needles that will likely need a new home. Now that I'm a full-on metal needle lover, I doubt I'll use them much in the future.
Besides organizing the bin mess, I also organized my FO binder. It's basically Ravelry in written/scrapbook form, in case the apocalypse happens and the internet dies*. I used the knitting journal pages from Kathryn Ivy to record project info, then stuffed my pattern/notes/yarn band behind it. I like it a lot, though already I know I'm going to have to get a thicker binder to expand. The project pages aren't as detailed as my Ravelry, but I tried to include all the most important information (again, in case of catastrophe).
The only thing I'm dissatisfied with (besides the circulars), are what the blazes to do with my yarn scraps. I know a lot of people are using their sock yarn to knit hexipuffs for the BeekeepersQuilt, but I have no interest. Does anyone know of a creative storage idea for them?
|My current organizational scheme involves large ziplocks. Classy.|
Some may have enough yardage left to actually make another project...I should weigh them all and figure out what I actually have left. Guess I know what my next organizational project is!
*Because of course I'll care about my FOs when the world ends.