Had to find a corner for part of my stash in a hurry. Otherwise, there wouldn't have been room in the living room for our summer visitors. I've spared you all the numerous boxes UNDER the work top. The the top 3 black baskets are all donated yarn from a lovely neighbour.

Views: 70

Albums: Donations


You need to be a member of Square Circle Forum to add comments!

Join Square Circle Forum

Comment by Valerie Zalewski on September 28, 2013 at 11:03pm

Tell me about it!! I sneak some of my worst buys into the Entente Cordiale yarn pool. I figure someone may just figure out how to get the best out of it. And, when tidying up, I did get to find some really nice stuff that I 'd forgotten about.

Comment by Bev Jeffery on September 28, 2013 at 10:45pm

I can get irritated when I'm looking for a specific ball of yarn and can't find it, but on the flip side I find yarn that I can't even remember having bought and its like its all new again....lol. Of course sometimes I find some and think oooh, why did I buy that??....lol.

Comment by Valerie Zalewski on September 24, 2013 at 7:40pm

I have to admit that since I got my act together and tidied a lot of my yarn up, it's easier to decide what to make or at least to decide what would look good in which colour. I'm really into making teddies at the moment as I have a couple of fund-raising events coming up and these teddies are pretty popular and I no longer have to root through endless baskets and plastic bags to find the yarn I need. All my really thick yarn is stocked elsewhere. My stash is a fair size, but, compared to some KAS sisters, it's quite reasonable.

Comment by Robin Monsees on September 24, 2013 at 2:29pm
Holy crow... I thought I had a big stash. This makes mine look like nothing. Wow!
Comment by Wendy on September 24, 2013 at 1:38pm

Wow, just a 'little' bit of yarn LOL!  I thought my mum had it bad with 2 big plastic crates containing about 200 balls of yarn, but I think you may have just a little more than that too! 

However do you decide what to do next? (I always have trouble deciding what do make next and I only have about 5/6 projects worth of yarn at a time due to limited storage space LOL). Lots of lovely colours there too.

Comment by Sharon B on September 24, 2013 at 12:38pm

Oh, drool!   How much fun will you be having?    And, donated!!!!   Can't wait to see all the beautiful squares you will make with this lovely collection.

P.S.   Love the "Z" sampler on the wall.

Comment by Anne Powell on September 24, 2013 at 5:18am

Oh Valerie - you are SO tidy!  Lovely stash.  Note to self - NEVER, even in a moment of madness take a photo of my stash.  Actually it would take several photos, since it seems to be all over my house!

Comment by Linda Maltby on September 24, 2013 at 5:11am

Oh my !  This will make lots and lots of squares :-)

Comment by Maureen (Maudie) Anne Bryan on September 24, 2013 at 12:22am

Great - it looks like a shop!!


The Donate button provides 2 options:

  1. One time donation
  2. Monthly subscription               [click the box]

Because of PayPal/banking fees, KAS asks that your donation be 5USD [or more].  Anything less, means your donation is eaten up with fees.  Thank you!


Our goal is to remove the monthly deficit that Ronda and her team have to deal with. You can:

1. Make a donation whenever you are able.

2. Sign up for an ongoing monthly donation (subscription).

3. Shop at the KasShop!

Please follow this discussion for monthly updates, current financial reports and ideas on what we can all do to help. Click link : 



The DECEMBER 2022 Squares List is available. Please see:

2022 Squares List Discussion

     for the most recent lists.

For all other Square Lists, please visit our SQUARE LISTS page.



   Planning ahead??

 See the 2023






Color Of The Month ORANGE

Free Patterns for

Plain Jane Knit Square

Plain Jane Crochet Square

can be found in the KAS PatternBook

Click here to find more free patterns in

Members Patterns - Squares




"CreateCare Global has set itself two tasks. The first is physical: to bring hope, support and comfort to children for whom poverty and loss are everyday tormentors. The second, and in our view equally important, is to spread the message to the world."

Our thanks to CreateCare Global for supporting the Square Circle Forum and helping to spread the wonderful work that KAS does.

Learn more about CCG here.

© 2023   Created by Sandy McDonald.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service