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« on: April 12, 2006 05:51:17 PM »

Okay, I know it's not the most original idea in the world, but I really need to use up some of my yarn. When it filled the yarn bin, that was okay. When it filled the fabric bin, that was okay too. It was a bit disquieting when it filled the entire shelf, but now it's in the whole bookcase, and threatening to envelope the one next to it...

I propose that, to make the idea seem less daunting, we each choose a specific part of our stash to bust. (For instance, I have had a dozen balls of pink cashmerino sitting around for nigh on a year. Disgraceful. I'd also like to use up my 4 balls of Kureyon, and 3 skeins of Simply Soft.) That way everyone can pick a section of their stash that they think they can actually knit through in a reasonable amount of time.

So, anyone interested?
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