I've officially crossed into "SABLE" status in terms of my yarn stash. (Stash Acquired Beyond Life Expectancy.) I can hear my husband's eyes rolling as he's reading this, and probably nodding enthusiastically in agreement. I finally put away all of my yarn from the Webs Tent Sale earlier in the month and made the mistake of telling him how many yarns I have stashed in Ravelry. (Answer: triple digits.) He did some quick calculations to see how much I spent on all of it and almost fell off the couch. Dude, don't do the numbers. We don't wanna know.
This year's Tent Sale was on May 14th and was fantastic as usual! A gorgeous day, not a whole ton of people the second we got there and a small group to boot. I had been squirreling cash from yard sale items and things for quite a while and was pretty proud that I covered all but $10.00 of my yarn with it. We had a fantastic lunch at Northampton Brewery and then Maureen and I headed home to get our knit on. We've also picked out a new KAL project, "The Joker and the Thief." (Photo courtesy of Melanie Berg, on Ravelry.) mine will also have grey as a base color, but then varying shades of turquoise and purple. Fitting, right? :)
Anyway, I wish I could say that I'm going to go cold sheep (no yarn purchases until a set amount of time/stash is used) but I know that I don't have the willpower for that. Especially since I'm making my first trip to the Maine Fiber Frolic with Maureen and Cindy this weekend! AND Mom and I are trying to make plans to go to Rhinebeck in October. Yep. The stash will continue to grow, though no exponentially.