I’m in the process of moving. You may say “yuck!” but, actually, I’m looking forward to the change of apartments.
While getting ready for moving day I’ve noticed something I never thought about before: when you change homes, the yarn stash doesn’t have to be packed because it’s already packed. At least I don’t. I keep my yarn pretty organized, stored in airtight plastic bins. All I need to do with those is move them from one place to another.
Speaking of the stash, mine isn’t really all that big of a yarn stash. At least, I’ve seen some pictures on the internet of some pretty huge stashes. I think mine has enough yarn for three sweaters, a few pairs of socks (or other things you can make with sock yarn), and some other odds and ends I’m keeping for future projects.
Surprisingly, I don’t have many parked projects, either. All that’s been set aside is a mosaic blanket, which I’ll continue to work on when the colder months return.
I think I’d define my stash as “medium sized.” I’m grateful I don’t have more than that, because even though I don’t have to pack it, I have to transport it.