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Sort out your yarn stash!

Rainy afternoons are the perfect excuse to get your yarn collection under control!

25th January 2016
You might be bored of dull and dreary winter days by now, but a rainy afternoon cooped up indoors is the perfect time to get your stash in order!

Once you've sorted out what you want to keep and rediscovered odds and ends you'd forgotten you'd had, the fun can begin! There are plenty of ways to display your skeins and keep your balls safe, neat and tidy – you might even brighten up your craft corner at the same time! Here are a few of our favourite ideas!

box
We love this sectioned stash-solving storage idea, but it's more for show than practicality – we'd be worried about those pesky moths! Photo by blog.creativelive.com

pockets
Keep raw fibres for spinning and odds and ends in these plastic pocket organisers – you'll never rifle through drawers trying to find the right shade again!
Photo by 1.bp.blogspot.com

crate
Crates are great space savers for small living spaces, because you can stack them up to the ceiling!
Photo by www.theyarnloop.com

crate 2
We juts love these vintage-look crates and boxes – pick them up in junk shops or on etsy.
Photo by www.apartmenttherapy.com

trolleyA couple of these in your craft room and you'll be the most organised knitter in town! It's easy to see what's in each tray – simples!
Photo by www.eliseandlife.com

http://fringeassociation.com
Zip lock bags are the obvious choice for the knitter who's been burnt by yarn-munching moths in the past...
Photo by fringeassociation.com




jars
Sweet, biscuit and kilner jars are just the right size for storing smaller balls, and they double up as book ends, too!
Photo from awoolfreeandlovinknit.typepad.com

berylune
A fruit bowl is the perfect size for a few of your favourite skeins!
Photo by Berylune