I have a think for self-striping yarn and I will not deny it! These were fairly cheap, and sooo soo pretty! Plus it allowed me to get free shipping on my order and you can bet I'm a sucker for free.
Of course, seeing as how I have a new best friend who loves to crochet, we decided to meet up on Friday and take a little adventure out to the yarn shop in Summerville, SC. We went. I bought. I figured since I had been buying so much at the big box craft stores and online it was time to show some love to my local yarn shop as well.
It was the first time I had stepped foot in there and I was not disappointed. My ideal store would have excessive amounts of trekking and regia, but that's just my silly little preferences. This store did have some stunning sock yarns and I might have come home with two of them.
I loved the colors in this yarn. It was bright, pretty and will make a fabulous scarf for next fall. It says "sock" but I've never been a huge fan of socks made out of singles. Now, I do love sock weight yarn, and singles make fabulous scarves and shawls, so the yarn definitely has a plan in mind!
I loooved these colors. In real life it's a bit more purply, but of course that doesn't show up the best with my camera, especially since it's been overcast today with a bit of rain.
So yes... 1100 grams of yarn came into my stash on Friday. For those of you keeping track that is almost 2.5 pounds.
Since so much has been coming in, I do have some plans for things to be leaving, but that will be coming more in the future. As some stash leaves, more will come in, and hopefully leave again shortly after. But for this you will have to wait and see. :)
Yarn Out: 3954 g (7589 y)
Yarn Destashed: 376 g
Yarn In: 2648 g
Yards Spun: 1907 y
I do think it's funny. Even with all of the yarn purchases this year I still have used up a good bit more than I've bought. Guess when you look at it that way it isn't too bad. :)