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Lori M

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  1. Wow! You've been busy, great job! I love the hat. Glad to hear/see you're out of your slump.
  2. Great idea, @daisywreath! I would be interested.
  3. Really good, @Kim Werker! Your Blu-print class demonstrations are fantastic. I have to think about the valleys a bit each time but I'm almost finished my first row. I really want to keep going but my eyes have had enough so it will have to wait for tomorrow.
  4. After days of procrastinating, pondering, and puzzling I have figured out the number of stitches needed and completed my foundation chain. 😊 Time to tackle the first row.
  5. Hi Kim! No, we haven't met, maybe some day. I'm about an hour out of Vancouver. I'm going to try to watch some of the class this weekend. I'm excited to get started.
  6. Oh! YES! I bought your (Kim's) ripple course and have been itching to get going on it but, you know, life...This sounds like exactly the kick in the butt I need to get started. So: I'm Lori, I live near Vancouver, BC. I want to make a blanket for my couch. Best book? Hmmm, I'd say Ruth Ware's Turn of the Key.
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    Art Journals?

    Me too! I just can't seem to get going on it even though I love the idea.
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    Storing Wool

    This pretty much sums up my issue with my current situation. I love the idea of clear bins or bags but I am also trying to avoid buying more plastic. I do already have a few of the heavy, plastic sheet bags so that might be an option for some of my yarn. I currently have it all in large, fabric bags which I like other than the fact that I can't see what is in each bag. I'm thinking I might use the clear bags to keep yarn than needs to stay together from getting separated and then sort by yarn type. I also hang my bags up so it's not taking up my limited floor and shelf space (helps keep the cats out of it too). Still pondering though and would love to hear more ideas.
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    Storing Wool

    I've been thinking bins might be a good way to go. Another question, do you sort by colour or weight, or do you just throw it all in wherever it fits?
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    Storing Wool

    Great idea! I think I have a few of those around although not enough for my entire stash. 😊
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    Storing Wool

    How do you all store your wool? Bins, bags, shelves, drawers...?
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