Hours of operation :teehee: I'm not an early morning person! You are more likely to find me open at midnight than at 8am. That's what I love about having yarn available.
Really.. it's an investment. Yeah.. really! :whistle: At least that's what I tell myself. Plus there are three knitters here! Most of the yarn was bought on sale, from someone doing a stash reduction, a great deal on ebay, elann, or is from recycled sweaters. If I sold it all on ebay, I should be able to actually make a profit!
There are other GOOD reasons to having this much yarn. When forest fires are in the area, I do mention to my husband that this much wool should help protect the house from burning!
I did mention that if I took my bags of sweaters to recyled, took them apart, put them together patchwork, that maybe I could make a cabin cozy. You know, like a tea cozy, only you put it over the entire cabin to keep the place from burning if the forest fire cam through. :rofl: Ok... I don't really have THAT many sweaters. I would have to go shopping!!
Before you show your husbands my yarn cellar, you should know this came at a price. My husband is into snowcats. When he bought the first 2 (one that runs and one to restore) the deal was I was supposed to get enough yarn to fill them.
He didn't realize that I could easily spend more on yarn to fill one than he paid for them! I mean.. cashmere, quivet... However, he knows what a bargain hunter I am, so he really didn't worry.
Not only do I not have enough to fill the two snowcats, he bought another, because of course if the first one breaks down way up in the snow, how do you get it home without another snowcat to go get it? (You can see where I learned to justify things). But more so... he also bought a 24 foot covered trailer full of parts to restore the first one. So now I'm behind on the game! Just think what it will take to buy enough yarn to fill that 24 foot trailer! :shock:
As for the skunks... there is a long history as to why he hides skunks in my things. I have attached a close up photo of the area where the skunks are, can you see them now?