I think I can see some progress. I probably worked in here for about 2 hours this week. My skein holder/antique dryer is over full now and the drawers in the closet are almost bursting. It’s definitely time for a moratorium on buying new yarn. I think I’m going to have my own “autumn abstain”. Let me know if you are interested in joining me. I will, however, take an exception for the two swaps and secret pal 9 that I’ve joined.

Here is the side of the room with both bookshelves.

Here is the yarn closet which also holds some fabric.

This is the shelf with the sewing books.

This is the bookshelf that hold all of my knitting books – along with some spinning.

I have another question. Now that I have put all of my knitting books on the shelf – except for the few that are with their projects right now – the shelf is quite snug.
The question is, do I stop buying books, get rid of some that I have, or get another bookshelf?

Let me show you the shelves one by one in case you’re interested to know what books I have.

Top shelf has spinning, socks, some technical books and my two knitting calendars.

Second Shelf has lace, Barbara Walker, and Elizabeth Zimmerman.

Third Shelf has Alice Starmore, Sally Melville, Debbie Bliss and some compilations.


Bottom shelf has my notebooks with single patterns and magazines and catalogs.

O.K. gotta go. I won’t be finishing Lilly if I keep playing around.

Oh, yeah check out the button my sister, Tammy, made for me.

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