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Date: 1/19/11 4:49 PM

As a member of Ravelry (which is knitting site for those of you not into yarn hobbies), one of my favorite forum threads is called "Flash your stash" where one posts a picture of all of their yarn at once. It helps one organize their stash, and realize the full extent of it. I was wondering if we might have an equivalent thread going on this site, of lovely fabric stashes. I sure would love to see the fabrics accumulated by all of you.

I would be happy to start the ball rolling with my own picture, but I am at work right now... :(

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Date: 1/19/11 5:30 PM




I'm flashing my stash!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Two walls full.

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Date: 1/19/11 7:18 PM

Obscene, simply obscene!

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Date: 1/19/11 8:26 PM



Sorry, I don't know how to make it smaller (the stash and the photo).

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Date: 1/19/11 8:46 PM

Oh Barb, that is so pretty. Mine is all black, grey and other somber colors. makes me want to make a pink dress. Oh yes, I went fabric shopping with 2 other PR-er's around Thanksgiving and got a nice pink knit.

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Date: 1/19/11 10:58 PM

Oooohhh, boy. Maybe I can get photos up by Friday. This is going to be so embarrassing.

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Date: 1/19/11 11:04 PM

I just recently had an avalanche, so here's the woven stash shelving all tidied up. Amazing what I found that I forgot I'd had.



There's also a smaller shelf of stretch fabric and several tubs of home dec and thrifted fabrics, but they're not as photogenic.

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Date: 1/19/11 11:04 PM

Photos? Really? Maybe. I'll have to set it out though.

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January 2009 to January 2010 81 yards out and 71yards in January 2010 to the present 106.7 yards out and 146.5 yards in. January 2011 to the present: 47 yards out and 69 yards in.

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Date: 1/19/11 11:53 PM

Almost all my garment stash is on the metal shelving.
Most of which is hidden behind stuff I have hanging off the shelving. I do that a lot.
Some of my stash is laying on the bed in the bedroom off to the left.
It looks a lot neater in this picture than what it looks like in real life.

-- Edited on 1/19/11 11:59 PM --

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Date: 1/19/11 11:55 PM

Lovely stashes everyone!

Here is my modest stash. I more than doubled it (from about 22yds to more than 45) just this weekend with a trip to Michael Levine's. I had to dig it all out to catalog it anyway, so why not photograph it all!



While trying to pack it all away after taking the photo, I came to the conclusion that I have no room for this modest stash, let alone a larger one...

ETA: the wovens are on the top, the knits are on the bottom
-- Edited on 1/19/11 11:56 PM --

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