De-stash in a flash play with your yarn today (+ giveaway!)

Best-selling author Jen Lucas is back with a new book—and we can’t wait to share her BIG idea with you!
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Jen’s big idea is inspired by her BIG stash of yarns. Those hanks, balls, and skeins of yarn all have one thing in common: they’re greater in weight than the delicate sock yarns she designed with in her first three books.

In Cozy Stash-Busting Knits, you’ll find beautiful accessories to knit up quick—and they’re quick in part because they rely on heavier-weight yarns. Think DK, worsted, and Aran-weight yarns, plus bulky and super-bulky weights too. That’s a lot of yarn types covered. So whether your yarn stash is BIG or small, you can bet that Jen will have the perfect project for you in her latest book!
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Jen’s all about texture and touchability, and her work shows it. But if you’re on the beginning arc of the knitting continuum, Jen’s already picked out the perfect projects from Cozy Stash-Busting Knits for you—see below. Welcome, Jen!


Jen-LucasI’ve written a lot of books about sock yarn. I love the stuff. When it came time to write my next book, however, I was ready for something bigger. I used up a lot of my sock-yarn stash over the last few years while working on Sock-Yarn Shawls, Sock-Yarn Shawls II, and Sock-Yarn Accessories, and what it left was a sizeable stash of thicker yarn. I loved the idea of challenging myself to design patterns in bulkier yarns. That’s how Cozy Stash-Busting Knits was born.

The book contains a wide variety of patterns. You’ll find shawls (of course), as well as cowls, scarves, hats, and more. With 22 projects in the book, there’s sure to be a few projects heading to your knitting needles. Here are some of my favorites:

Damsel, the shawl featured on the cover of the book, is at the top of my favorites list. The intriguing stitch pattern combined with the ultra-squishy Tosh DK from Madelinetosh makes for a lovely shawl. It doesn’t hurt that the shawl also features a knitted-on lace border—one of my favorite shawl techniques.
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The body of Damsel contains an allover stitch pattern. The same stitch is slightly modified and used in the border.

Merope is a great fingerless-mitts pattern, perfect for experimenting with variegated yarns in your yarn stash. Slipped stitches and small cables create texture and help break up color blocks in the yarn.
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These fingerless mitts are worked as mirror images of each other, keeping the knitting interesting so you’ll have no problem starting (and finishing) the second one!

There are lots of hats in the book, but I think my favorite has to be Norfolk. The stitch pattern, which would typically be seen on a fisherman’s sweater, adds interest to an otherwise plain hat. The combination of a simple hat with a textured Guernsey pattern makes for quick and fun knitting!
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The charming diamond motif on this hat is created by a simple knit-and-purl stitch pattern.

Hopefully you’ll find a few new favorite patterns in Cozy Stash-Busting Knits too!


Cozy Stash-Busting KnitsThanks for giving us a peek into your new book, Jen!

When it comes to yarn are you a) a certified stasher, b) a use-it-as-you-buy-it knitter, or c) a knitting newcomer? Tell us in the comments and you could win a copy of Cozy Stash-Busting Knits in eBook form! We’ll choose a random winner one week from today and let you know by email if you win.

Want to start making a dent in your yarn stash ASAP? Buy Cozy Stash-Busting Knits at our website—get the print book (with free eBook) or just the eBook—download instantly and start knitting just minutes from now.

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“I’m a certified stasher – the yarn has its own closet!”

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  • I enjoy knitting, but am more of a novice. I love to look at and feel all the lovely yarns now available, especially the alpaca.

    —Gail on May 11, 2016
  • I think I’m somewhere between a and b–I don’t have a huge stash because I’m always knitting–I like to have enough yarn in my stash that I can finish a few projects without having to go shopping for more. Looks like a fun book!

    —KT on May 11, 2016
  • I’m a certified stasher. I LOVE wool and can never pass a sale with out adding to my stash. I even buy the odd color sitting there in the clearance bin and over dye it, creating a one of a kind beautiful fiber.

    —Linda B on May 11, 2016
  • I’m qualified as a use it as you buy it knitter. When I finish projects, I usually try to incorporate remaining yarn into another project.

    —Marthese on May 11, 2016
  • Definitely a "certified stashed". The patterns in this book could come in handy at my house. Thanks for the chance to win.

    —Debby on May 11, 2016
  • I’m a certified stasher!

    —Sharon on May 11, 2016
  • I am a certified stasher! I started making slippers to give to homeless shelters and donate to the Christmas Hamper at work to use up what I have hoarded. Uses it up, gives me something to do with my hands while watching TV and feels so heartwarming to give them away

    —Kim Britton on May 11, 2016
  • Learning to knbit is on my bucket list! I am a newcomer for sure!

    —Claire on May 11, 2016
  • I am definitely a yarn stasher and I need to start using more of my stash!

    —Nicky H on May 11, 2016
  • I am certified stasher for sure.

    —Patricia Roberts on May 11, 2016
  • I am a certified stasher and I ‘try’ to use what I have for projects new and already planned. The ‘trouble’ is my wonderful husband is a ‘collector’ also but I’m the only ‘worker’.

    —Donna F on May 11, 2016
  • I’m a quilter drawn to knitting through my sister. I love the projects in your sampler, not to de-stash but just to make! Damsel and Cheyenne are my favorites.

    —Janice on May 11, 2016
  • Newcomer to knitting. Knitted one wrap this past year and I’m still learning how to "block" it so I can wear it. Thank you.

    —Diane B on May 11, 2016
  • Definitely a super stasher!! I need a 12 step program. I’m Justas bad when it comes to fabric.

    —trudy stubbs on May 11, 2016
  • Even though I haven’t knit in years, I am a certified stasher. I want to start knitting again and this book looks like just what I need. Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy.

    —Sharon on May 11, 2016
  • I am a new knitter so I don’t have much of a stash. I have been quilting for 23 years…..and I have a huge stash of fabric!
    I love to see all of the colors of yarn and touch them!

    —Marianne on May 11, 2016
  • Certified stasher at this point! My Mom gave me all of her yarn as she’s blind now- although she made a huge dent in her stash to make scarves and hats (with my Dad checking and counting her stitches) for charity.

    carol on May 11, 2016
  • Pretty much use it as I buy it at this point. I used to be a certified stasher and occasionally find hidden treasures in the house, but am now trying to use what I have and only small bits remain.

    —Marilyn on May 11, 2016
  • Certified (and certifiable!) stasher. Don’t need to buy that yarn? Oooh but it’s so pretty…or so soft…or so interesting…or on sale….

    —Cynthia Gergel on May 11, 2016
  • I don’t know if I’m a certified stasher, I think "certifiable" might be more accurate. I started knitting in high school back in the 60’s and enjoyed doing small projects for quite a few years,and the occasional sweater or shawl. Then I had my 5 children and wasn’t able to take the time to knit. Then when everyone grew up and moved out I became a quilter. I discovered that sitting at night with my husband I longed for something to produce rather than just sit idle and I started knitting socks (millions of them). I’m looking forward to using up some of my yarn stash, so your book would be most welcome. Thanks for thinking of us.

    —Kyle LoCascio on May 11, 2016
  • Certified stasher. I have achieved SABLE ( stash acquired beyond life expectancy ).

    —Selvedge on May 11, 2016
  • I was a ‘stasher’ before stashing was a thing! 🙂
    But I look at it this way…if every yarn/fabric store disappeared over night I would be set for at least the next decade!

    —Denise Penn on May 11, 2016
  • I am definitely a stasher par excellance! Not only do I collect my own, I have a habit of buying up other folk’s stashes when I see them at sales and auctions! Bad, bad girl.

    —Brenda on May 11, 2016
  • I am somewhere between a "certified stasher" and a" buy it as I use it" kind of gal.I’ve been knitting too long to be a beginner (since grade school making slippers at Girl Scouts). I love the look of the pretty little shawl and I have a sweet elderly friend who just moved to a nursing home that I know would cherish and the mits.

    —Pamela Zajicek on May 11, 2016
  • Good morning, This looks like a fantastic book. I didn’t realize how much yarn that was in my closet,until I looked to see if I had enough to tie another quilt together. Well I’m an avid knitter when I need a break from quilting. I would love to win this book to try anything new to add to my knitting experience. Thank you Dawn

    Dawn on May 11, 2016
  • I am a ‘yarn stasher’. I see it, feel it, like it, buy it! Yikes!! I finally cleared some skeins out by donating to a friend, and avid crocheter, so she could create some blankets for charity. I am so happy the yarn was put to good use.

    —Jane v. on May 11, 2016
  • I am certainly a certified stasher. I am using my stash for prayer shawls, baby gifts and other gifts for family and friends. I would love to try the patterns in this book. Thanks!

    —Fay Pritts on May 11, 2016
  • Definitely a yarn stasher!

    —Linda Fleming on May 11, 2016
  • Iam certainly a certified stasher. I have a closet full of different types off yarns. The book looks to have many wonderful projects.

    —Julie Janitscheck on May 11, 2016
  • WOW! Totally AWESOME! This would be soooo much fun.

    —Deb on May 11, 2016
  • I’m a knitting newcomer. I’ve made a few scarves.

    —Shari K. on May 11, 2016
  • Definitely certified! I can’t pass up a sale, so a lot of purchases are ‘on spec’ for the amounts I get. This results in odds and ends left over when I use do use some, so this book would be perfect!

    Jen’s designs are beautiful, I love her previous books and would love to have this one as well!

    Thanks for the giveaway and opportunity to win!

    —susan on May 11, 2016
  • I am a certified stasher. Right now I’m desperately trying to use up my stash of sock yarn!

    —Kathy on May 11, 2016
  • I try not to have too much yarn in my stash, but sometimes it comes it faster than I can use it! Thanks!

    —Joanne on May 11, 2016
  • More of buy it & use it but have some special yarns stashed. Love the patterns in this book which could really inspire me to buy & use. Thanks

    —Sandie G on May 11, 2016
  • I’m a certified stasher….complete with a yarn room, right next to the fabric room.

    —Janie on May 11, 2016
  • I definitely have a stash – would love to win this book!

    —Diantha Howard on May 11, 2016
  • im between a cross of stasher and user because many times I find I see gorgeous yarn but have no clue so it gets stuck in the basket its not that I forget about it just haven’t found that right project cant help myself I always think if I don’t scoop it up it will be discontinued and lost forever

    debra kinkade on May 11, 2016
  • I fall in love with colour and texture when I am in a yarn shop, so I am definitely a stashed. In fact I choose the pattern after I’ve chosen the yarn, sometimes months after.

    —Elizabeth McAra on May 11, 2016
  • i am a new "stasher" of yarn but am really enjoying the process!!! love love LOVE all the yarn there is to choose from and am having a great time stashing for a project-to-be. thnx for the giveaway!!

    —pam on May 11, 2016
  • I am new to knitting after years of crocheting. It would be awesome to win this book. Thanks for the chance.

    —Laura on May 11, 2016
  • I am stasher, but I had help. I usually buy with projects in mind though.

    —craftyone on May 11, 2016
  • Well l am a knitter beginner, however when l see beautiful yarn l add it to my stash and hopefully will get to use it when my knitting gets better

    —Anne on May 11, 2016
  • A+ certified stasher. More yarn and dreams than time. Looks like there are some quick gratification patterns in this book. Thanks for the chance to get a copy.

    —Marie on May 11, 2016
  • I am c) a knitting newcomer. However, I do have a yarn stash since I crochet. I have some I have bought and some that people have given me.

    —Karen L. on May 11, 2016
  • The stash belongs to my mum and she is always looking to add to it!
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

    —Claire Ross on May 11, 2016
  • Well..I would say "totally A", but maybe more a certifiable stasher. I buy faster that I can knit! Would love to knit some of these pretties to decrease my stash.

    —Kristie Michalowski on May 11, 2016
  • I stash all sorts of things- yarns (allsorts), fabric, and things that intrigue – and might be used with the first two items…

    —Karen on May 11, 2016
  • I haven’t bought yarn in so long that I don’t know what category I fall in. All these new patterns are sure tempting me to get back into knitting. Love the shawls.

    —Wendy on May 11, 2016
  • I’m a newcomer – just a few scarves and a short coat. I feel very antiquated when I knit; embroidery and crochet not so much. I need to get over it.

    —Sandy W. on May 11, 2016
  • I make things out of my stash, thinking I can make my stash manageable, but, zounds, my stash grows magically! have been making same old, same old; need new patterns! thanx for the opportunity to win a copy of this book!1

    ritainalaska on May 11, 2016
  • I’m definitely a certified stasher! Lots of yarns I fell in love with and just had to buy would work well in patterns in this book.

    —Linda on May 11, 2016
  • I am a knitting newcomer, and love the pattern for the Damsel shawl so much that I think it’s worth learning how to make it! I’ve never seen a prettier shawl!

    —Sallie on May 11, 2016
  • I’m a knitting newcomer.

    —Gwendolyn Clark on May 11, 2016
  • Certified Stasher and collector of other people’s unwanted stash

    —Kerry on May 11, 2016
  • I’m definitely a yarn stasher. Mine dates back to a time when I was knitting an afghan for my mother when I was in college almost 50 years ago. (I’m still using that afghan that I made for my mother.) Thanks for the opportunity to win this book that would help deplete my stash.

    —Joan T. on May 11, 2016
  • I am an a) certified stasher with some of my Grandmother’s yarn and she left us 22 years ago 🙁

    —Lyn on May 11, 2016
  • What lovely shawls, I could make a couple and still have stash left for a sweater. Liz

    —Liz Tanner on May 11, 2016
  • I’ve been knitting for a lot of years and have a lot of yarns in my stash (especially DK and worsted weight yarns) just waiting for this book. I’ve got adults, teenagers, children and babies to keep me busy knitting.

    —Mary Hawthorne on May 11, 2016
  • Definitely a stasher. I want to recover from the habit though and this book should help.

    Kathy Johnston on May 11, 2016
  • I’m an occasional knitter so I used to only buy for specific projects. A few years ago, I inherited my mother-in-law’s yarn stash. Now I have many bins of yarn to work my way through!

    —MoeWest on May 11, 2016
  • Definitely a certified stasher.

    —Cathy King on May 11, 2016
  • I am most definitely a certified stasher!! I buy yarn cuz I have to have it!! Even if it marinates for awhile (long while?) before it (ever) gets used!!! 🙂

    —Vicki C on May 11, 2016
  • I’m a certified stasher – the yarn has its own closet!

    —Karen on May 11, 2016
  • I wouldn’t call what I have a stash, but somehow things have collected — projects planned but never completed (or started), leftovers that seemed too big to just throw out, oddments from the raffle table. This book looks like its perfect for my "collection".

    —Elizabeth A Monahan on May 11, 2016
  • I am a certified stasher. The goal for 2016 is to knit the stash and so far I have been successful. I wonder if the resolve will last the year. Jen’s new book would be very helpful in keeping me in line.

    —Audrey on May 11, 2016
  • I use it as I buy it!

    —Lee on May 11, 2016
  • I’m a certified stasher, I stash and knit/crochet from the yarn I have collected!

    —Kim Reid on May 11, 2016
  • I buy for a project, then don’t get to them all. So now I have a stash.

    —Susan on May 11, 2016
  • I am nearly a certified stasher. I’m trying not to get worse.

    —Rebecca b on May 11, 2016
  • I buy with a project in mind but I always have a part ball left so I have a bag of stash that i never know what to do with so this would be a good opportunity to use up some odds & ends.

    —Suzanne Keal on May 11, 2016
  • Mostly use it as I buy it.

    —Virginia Over on May 11, 2016
  • I am a certified stasher and proud of it!! A good sale, someone wanting to lighten their stash, love a yarn and have to have it, gifts from people. You name it and it’s good for my stasth.

    —Diana Salmon on May 11, 2016
  • I am mostly "use it I buy it" as far as yarn goes, though I do have a very small stash. I cannot say the same when it comes to fabric, however.

    —Jo Anne Hawks on May 11, 2016
  • Yes, I am a stasher: Yarn, fabric and beads!

    —Judy B. on May 11, 2016
  • I have quite a stash of yarn.At74 My fingers don’t work as fast as they used to so I share a lot with my Grand daughter,and she could use a more modern book,

    —ELIZAJANE on May 11, 2016
  • I keep buying like I dont have enough, 50 garbage bags of wool last count, every color you can think of, and still not enough. Thank you for the give away.

    —Andrea on May 11, 2016
  • I am basically a knitting newcomer. I don’t really have much of a staah, YET.

    —Kathy C on May 11, 2016
  • Definitely a newcomer.

    —Debbie Chenoweth on May 11, 2016
  • Certified stasher.

    —Lynda on May 12, 2016
  • Definitely a buy it and make it knitter….these are gorgeous patterns! I’m itching to head out to the store and then make ’em!

    Jacque on May 12, 2016
  • I am definitely a stasher. my craft room has wonderful stacks of yarn throughout.

    —Alice Nelson on May 12, 2016
  • I mostly use it when I buy it. I have very small stash.

    —Lori S on May 12, 2016
  • I am a buy it as I need it when it comes to yarn. Now…fabric, that’s a different story…

    —carol gearey on May 12, 2016
  • Certified for sure! I have 3 beautiful Aran skeins sitting right next to me waiting for the perfect project from this book!!!

    —Nancy on May 12, 2016
  • I’m a knitting newcomer. Love the projects in this book. Thanks for the great giveaway!

    —Bonnie on May 12, 2016
  • Definite certified stashed! Love the yarns that have been coming out for the last 10 plus years so the book would get lots of use at my house!

    —Mary on May 12, 2016
  • What wonderful designs!. Thank you for making this book to help knitters downsize our stashes. Sherri l.

    —Sherri on May 13, 2016
  • I am a hopeless "stasher" and could really use this book!

    —Ronnie Gosnell on May 13, 2016
  • Definitely a certified stash hoarder. I love having it around while dreaming of future projects.

    —Nancy Alston on May 13, 2016
  • I am a knitting newcomer but I am a certified stasher when it comes to crochet. These patterns are beautiful, some of them even look like crochet. You have peaked my interest. Thank you so much for this giveaway.

    —Virginia Bronner on May 13, 2016
  • I joined a Warm Up America group to work on my knitting skills. These designs would be perfect to make for this group. I tend to buy yarn when I find it on sale or it just says buy me in the store, so I’m definitely a stash buster. Love this book!

    —Joellyn Partyka on May 13, 2016
  • I am a certifiable stasher, if you do not believe me just ask my husband. This looks like a wonderful book.

    mandy whalen on May 13, 2016
  • I buy as I need it yarn type of person. These projects look great.

    —Cindy Schultz on May 13, 2016
  • Certified stasher….my stash is definitely "sable!"

    —Patty T on May 13, 2016
  • Certified stasher, for sure!and proud of it

    —marian allen on May 13, 2016
  • I’m between a and b. I have a small stash but all the yarn has an intended project. Thanks for the giveaway!

    —Darla E on May 13, 2016
  • I’m most definitely a "stasher" & my storage is overflowing! Books that inspire me to use and gift are always my favorites: this looks like a good one!

    —Juli Anne on May 13, 2016
  • O I have a stash but it is older wools…I really need to use them up!!! 🙂

    —Allison CB on May 13, 2016
  • Inveterate stash builder- I buy want catches my eye in a usable amount with a vague idea of what I might use it for, hence my 8+ plastic totes full of yarn heaven!!

    —ckachel on May 13, 2016
  • What gorgeous photos! I consider myself still a newbie to knitting. I know a few stitches and just need to knit more.

    Thanks for a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

    —usairdoll on May 13, 2016
  • I am definitely a certified stasher.

    —Teresa Knittingdancer on May 13, 2016
  • I am a knitting newcomer. I have a small stash and do not wish to have a lot at any given time, since space is an issue.

    —Jamie T. on May 13, 2016
  • I just moved and I have 2 30″ X 32″ X 30″ tall boxes plus 2 other smaller boxes of yarn – just yarn and yarn projects! My knitting patterns and books are in another box. These patterns are so pretty, now I have lots of ideas for the yarn.

    —Robin J on May 13, 2016
  • I am definitely a stasher.please help me.

    —Janice L. on May 13, 2016
  • I am truly an Officially Certified Stash Knitter; just ask my SH (Sweet Husband)!! I am knitting on Hat#36 of 44 for the fifth year for our Head Start program in the fall. I’ve been knitting since I was 7 when I had my tonsils removed; I have been accused of knitting without looking; after 59 years, I stand guilty as charged & still loving it! I do hope that I am lucky enuf to win; thank you for the opportunity! pj stitches!

    —pj bergman on May 13, 2016
  • I am truly an Officially Certified Stash Knitter; just ask my SH (Sweet Husband)!! I am knitting on Hat#36 of 44 for the fifth year for our Head Start program in the fall. I’ve been knitting since I was 7 when I had my tonsils removed. I have been accused of knitting without looking; after 59 years, I stand guilty as charged & still loving it! I do hope that I am lucky enuf to win; thank you for the opportunity! pj stitches!

    —pj bergman on May 13, 2016
  • Thought I had used up most of my stash making hats and mittens for a local food bank at Christmas, but am still finding yarn stashed where it had been forgotten. I am a crocheted, not a knitter.

    —cindy on May 13, 2016
  • I am definitely a certified stasher. I just can’t resist beautiful yarn. Worsted and DK are my favorite weights of yarn so this book would be right up my alley. Thanks Jen Lucas!

    —joyce on May 13, 2016
  • Even though I try to resist, I’m becoming a stasher!

    —Elaine on May 13, 2016
  • I am a certified stasher!

    —Bridget on May 13, 2016
  • Apparently I am a certified stasher. I’m an accessories knitter, and have been using a lot of sock yarn recently. But I was just pawing through my stash admiring some gorgeous yarns, all too big for the patterns that I’ve been using.

    —Pearl on May 13, 2016
  • 1.) certified stasher, that’s me! Needs ideas to use it up!

    —Carol K on May 13, 2016
  • I’m a certified stasher. Just can’t get enough yarn

    —Lynnette Lamance on May 13, 2016
  • Definitely a huge "stasher"!! 🙂

    —Barb on May 13, 2016
  • I am definitely a certified stasher. I love the feel of yarn.

    —Norina Coffelt on May 13, 2016
  • I’m a newcomer to knitting and would love to start work on a shawl.

    —Barbaraben on May 13, 2016
  • I’m a certified stasher, but having said that my stash is bundled with the patterns I am planning on making. I recently had to have a clear out in preparation for a move. My stash now equates to 4 bundles of wool for 3 jumpers/cardigans and one jacket.

    —Janet G on May 13, 2016
  • A, I am a stasher! I moved a year ago so my stash is smaller than it used to be

    —Noreen on May 13, 2016
  • I started out as a knit as you go, but all the odds and ends needed company…not to mention all the future projects that are just waiting to be started. My quilt stash is much, much bigger, but bins of yarn DO make a stash!

    —Linda Towers on May 14, 2016
  • I am not a knitter but I crochet and I have to admit I have a heck of a stash.

    —Nancy Hilderbrand on May 14, 2016
  • Definitely a stasher. Last year I gave half my stash to my niece who was learning crochet and I still have enough – like another poster said – to last at least another decade! And still buying more – have to stay off Ravelry de-stash or sell site. Thanks for the chance to win ( lovely patterns, looked at them on Ravelry).

    —Kathryn Dahn on May 14, 2016
  • I am a certified stasher. How can I pass up a good sale on beautiful fiber.

    —Linda Gagliano on May 14, 2016
  • Definitely a stasher….maybe this ebook would help get the needles clicking faster more often!

    —Melanie on May 14, 2016
  • A newbie knitter but I’m quickly building a stash!

    —Cathy Wilson on May 14, 2016
  • I think all crafters have their own stashes!!

    —Awna S. on May 15, 2016
  • I might possibly be a stasher AND a newcomer. I just can’t seem to help myself with all the pretty yarns out there! I would love to give Merope a try!

    —Rachel on May 15, 2016
  • I’m a "buy as I need it" person. There’s just too much choice to get into impulse buying. Lesson learned from quilting. LOL

    These are beautiful projects.

    B from Canada

    —B from Canada on May 16, 2016
  • Definitely a certified stashed. I just love to have yarn and is never enough.

    —asteride on May 17, 2016
  • I recieved my Mom’s stash when she passed, but I am a buy as you knit kind of person. 🙂
    craftyccain@gmail.com

    —Connie Cain on May 17, 2016
  • Certified (certifiable?) stasher! I have definitely reached SABLE (stash acquired beyond life expectancy)

    —Carmen N on May 17, 2016
  • A for sure stasher!

    —Donna on May 17, 2016
  • I’m new to knitting, I learned to crochet when I was a kid. I’m a yarn hoarder lol

    —Charlene on May 19, 2016
  • I am a certified stasher — The more yarn the better

    —Judith on May 20, 2016
  • Most definitely the certified stasher but then in the winter its project city here I come!

    One can never have enough yarn!

    —Marianne on May 26, 2016

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