I have what I believe is an almost perfect craft situation.
In addition to the time to work on my myriad and varied projects, I also have a space in a walk-in attic room to store yarn, and a dual use room which serves as both headquarters for my crochet empire and (when needed) as a guest room.
I have not, however, organized the space available in such a way as to put it to its highest and best use, so today, I decided to devote what remains of the month of July (28 days) to finishing the 25 amigurumi I need for one project and organizing the 24 cubbies that comprise the two Ikea shelving units that were purchased for that purpose.
Here is the larger unit:
and here is the smaller one:
As can be seen from these photos, I have some work to do.
What can also be seen from these photos is that even though I have made 14 stash bags using this pattern, I have not yet reached that point at which I have crocheted enough stash bags to hold all of my yarn stash.
So from the available skeins, I selected this one to make a new stash bag:
It is a 3.5 ounce worsted weight vintage (and virgin) wool. I will have to down size the bag, as I have just one skein, but I think that if I reduce the number of rounds of the bottom of the bag by 5 and reduce the repeat of the pattern up the side of the bag by one or two, I will have just enough yarn left to make two handles:
I will also be felting the smaller bag, and while I don’t know exactly what I will put in it, the condition of my craft room would seem to suggest that a crafter can never have too many stash bags.