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Thursday, January 18, 2007

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Wool Winder

You are inspiring me to get started on cleaning up my clutter.

Jean

I tell Dan it's an investment in our retirement. I'll need all that yarn for grandkids some day and we'll be on a fixed income then so I'm saving up. lol. The problem is that I'm getting the same sickness for fabric.

Kathy

A few weeks ago, as I spyed a pile of new Rubbermaids and asked my husband for one, he asked "do you think you have enough yarn." He said "yes," even though the answer is that you can never truly have enough :-)

Laurie

*sigh* It IS a disease, but the course is benign.

Diane E.

I see it as a pantry of inspiration. :)

Kat

LOL - you need to tell him that sock yarn does not count as stash enhancement. I think you'd have a great case for still life - it looks beautiful in that basket! ;-)

Anne

Smart guy! How do you think he knew that..... hm....??

Mary Beth

It's a collection of art! I've been cleaning out too...feels so good.

Angela

What a pretty basket of sock yarn! Sock yarn isn't "things", so there's nothing wrong with accumulating it.

Carole

What a pretty basket of sock yarn! Accumulating isn't necessarily a bad thing.

Jen

But the sock yarns are just so pretty :)

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