What do you get get if you add this. . .
I took a trip to a storage room in the basement of the Adrian District Library. I found a room with 20-30 old, donated chairs in various stages of disarray. I picked out this cute, little chair. I have my eye on a spectacular big chair but I wanted to get my feet wet to see if I am any good at this. Next, I had to decide what I wanted the chair to look like. I decided rule #1 was: NO BUYING ANY YARN! I needed to use yarn from my stash or collection. I guess the difference between yarn in a stash and yarn in a collection is; you will use yarn in a stash but if it is part of a collection, you really won't use it. So I went up to the Stash Studio just to get my bearings. What would my theme be? What would my theme be? Then I ran across TEN TUBS OF PINK YARN LEFT OVER FROM SURVIVOR SHAWLS. Yes, you heard it right. 10 tubs! So I decided my chair would be PINK. I began sorting through the TEN TUBS OF PINK YARN, looking for the perfect yarn for my chair. As I was sorting, I had an epiphany! Why not do a class at Ann's By Design in August on Survivor Shawls in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month. Rather than having people buy yarn, I will charge a materials fee and take tubs of pink yarn for them to choose from. That decision required a second sort of the pink yarn; What was part of my yarn collection and I really couldn't bear to part with it and what is part of my stash?