|I tossed everything from my craft closet out in the open, took stock, and purged it. Books, magazines and skeins.|
|Now it's all organized, decluttered and documented on my Ravelry pages!|
|The challenge now is to decided if I'm going to go with 7 rows of orange instead of 3.|
So I took all that was left and made my Ravelry stash and library up to date. What you see in there - between my stash, library and project pages - is exactly what I have on hand! It's all been photographed and accounted for which makes me feel fabulous.
I am still married to my OWL bag because I'm debating a color change situation. There are 24 rows of this fan stitch situation before I get to the boring stuff for the handles. I used the dark grey for the bottom and first fan transition to the orange. Now I need to figure out if I am going to go with two more rows from where I am, plus the transition row, or not. It think I am because it gives it a nice sense of balance. I also think I'm going to go from the orange to the maize yellow and then the light grey because it gives it a nice gradient flow from dark to light. The actual crafting is taking a bit longer than I anticipated too so that means I have to adjust my time tables for it... plus, now that I have my stash all sorted out, I can figure out my Quidditch projects based off of what I have 500 yards of to work with... so happy!!
It's amazing what a bit of cleaning out and cleaning up can do for a person.