So you’re broke and cannot afford to buy more yarn? Seems like being on a yarn diet might be a good idea, actually. Don’t read on!
But what if it’s not about being able to afford more yarn? What if it’s just your husband complaining on the size of your stash?
When it comes to yarn, husbands just don’t get it. We love yarn. We fondle it. We hoard it. Sometimes, we even knit some of it. And the growth rate of our stash’s size is not just directly proportional to the time elapsed since we started knitting – it more seems like exponential growth.
Nobody likes complaining husbands. We want to keep our loved ones happy, don’t we? But we need to feed our addiction, too. The simple solution:
Hide your stash.
But how? Over all these years, I’ve seen a lot of ways people use to hide the size of their yarn stash from their partners. People tend to get really creative when it comes to hiding things and yarn definitely is no exception. This is my personal top ten of places to hide the size of your stash.
#1: Under Your Bed.
The most prominent visitor under my bed is dust, not my husband.
#2: The Bathroom.
Under the stash of toilet paper rolls there’s always room for an additional skein or two.
#3: Kitchen Counters.
#4: The Freezer.
#6: Your Closet
#7: Shoe Boxes
#8: The Attic.
#9: The Cellar.
#10: Your Car.
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