Those who knit and crochet love their fibers and think it is difficult to resist picking up herons that catch their eyes when they visit a new yarn shop. This can cause problems. Where did you stash? The different yarns must be kept in an organized manner, which is visible and accessible. But they also need to be protected from pets, dust and, in some cases, moths. If you are a knitter or crocheter with more yarn than you can use, create yarn storage that will serve you well over the years.
The best scenario for a large amount of yarn is a dedicated space. A corner of a living room or den, a whole wardrobe, a basement or attic room or a wall of an unused bedroom can work. If the special space is filled with plastic pipes with lids, plastic and mesh bags, cardboard file boxes or stacked wooden cubes, a place used only for yarn skein storage will keep your stash organized and within reach.
Hanging shoe storage makes practical transparent yarn organizer vessels that fit in closets. Clothes hooks in rows on a wall make it easy to hang yarns in plastic bags. Simple wall shelves are sufficient for yarn storage in work spaces or craft rooms. Wine rack and hanging three layered wire baskets work if you have a small amount of yarn for the store.
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