"This is yarn stash that I have built."
I bit the needles and decided to re-organize and count my sock yarn stash. This in no way reflects all of the yarn that I have acquired over the years.
The DH just looked at me when I decided to partake in this task. This is a picture of the sock yarn that I could find. I have since located yarn in the spare room dresser and the underbed container. There is enough yarn here for 216 pairs of socks. Not counting what's on the needles as UFOs.
"This is the yarn that I've added to the yarn stash that I have built."
This is a close-up of STR and DIC. There's enough there for 41 pairs. This total is included in the 216 pairs.
"And this is the yarn shopping bag that I made so I can add to the yarn stash that I've built."
I have been doing some sewing. Yeah, I know knitting should be my priority when one looks at the sock stash but I needed a tote so I could do my part and eliminate using plastic bags.
I made this yarn tote for my yarn shopping sprees. Okay, okay, I hear you. I don't need a bag this large to yarn shop when I have vast amounts of yarn untouched. But yarn must sit and look pretty for awhile. It is put into a basket for a few months. Then it is transported to the spare room for an undetermined amount of time. If it has not be cast on then it retires to the yarn room downstairs for an undetermined amount of time.
"And these are the bags to carry my SIP from the yarn stash that I've built."
p.s. DH tried to count my sock stash in $ but I quickly put it away. There are some things he doesn't need to know.