Specially designed lid has pull-through openings for easy, tangle-proof crocheting or knitting. Room for needles and supplies too. Sturdy light-weight plastic tote with convenient carry handle. Some assembly required. Colors may vary. Keep your yarn and other knitting supplies organized in this handy Portable Yarn Organizer Convenient handle lets you easily take it on the go Made of sturdy, lightweight plastic you can stack in your closet A great gift for the avid knitter and crocheting enthusiast who has everything.
Specifications Features Sturdy, lightweight plastic tote, Has room for needles and supplies, Convenient carry handle, Stores up to 6 skeins of yarn in their own separate compartments. Customer Reviews. Average rating: 3. See all reviews. Write a review. Average rating: 5 out of 5 stars, based on 0 reviews. See more.
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The Dos and Don'ts of Storing Yarn
In the process of doing the same, however, my yarn is on cones. Hope the 6" hooks will work. I do not relish using a ball winder on all the cones. For the dust issue, I am going to try wrapping my yarn with food plastic wrap and see if the color is not too subdued.
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If it is, well the heck with the dust, I will swish it now and then with a hose covered vacuum hose. Hello Ashlea, I have just today found your site and I love all the great ideas! I have a suggestion. Would mounting the storage containers on a board on their sides with enough space so the lids could still be attached to keep out dust and hair?
It might be a bit more expensive than using the pegboard idea, but then again many people already keep their stash in these containers. Another idea is instead of using cubes, use heavy weight boxes, painted or covered, on their sides.
I would also keep the labels on them so if I was making something to gift or sell, and give one along with the item so the yarn content and washing instructions are right away available to those receiving the item. Also, it's best not to wined until you are ready to use it so it has not been stretched out, which can distort the yarn. I dont know how many are aware of this but yawn, like fabric, has a grain! So the method of use is that the grain should be the same throughout the item you are making.
I once saw a special about yarn makers and they also suggested to either pull from the middle or wined it before use so the grain is not stretched out and will work up better when you follow the grain. Back to your wall: it is beautiful and the way you have blended the colours I'm Canadian!
You must have spent hours setting it up and I'm sure over the next few days, or weeks arranging the colour pattern! And it can always change appearance when you add to, or take away from it.
You can really call your wall "The Art Of Stashing! This is a wonderful place and Thank You! Yarns should not be wound into cakes until ready to use as keeping it in cakes will distort the yarn over time. I like the idea, but would use storage bags and keep the yarn in Hanks. I live in a tiny apartment with a huge love for crocheting I separated my yarn by crochet hook size, and the colors came together perfectly. Thank you for sharing your creative creation! Love this, and just had two 4x4 pieces hung, so I am on my way to getting hundreds and hundreds of center-pull cakes on the wall!
Thank you for the amazing post!! My hardware store only had 10 spacers in the size I needed, so I just did each corner, with sheetrock anchors and spacers, plus one in the middle of each. Did your husband do just one in the middle too? I'm a knitter and loving your wall. Do you keep labels or tags on your yarn so you know weight and fiber? I'm trying to figure out how to organize my growing stash. I am thinking of organizing by weight because that's how I shop usually.