How do you keep your yarn wrangling organised?
Interesting question...! I'm not the most organised person in the world, and I'm most certainly not the tidiest *shamefaced smile*
My yarns are all stored in a big plastic box (with a satellite stash hiding in a plastic bag under my desk, shhh!) In fact, I recently reorganised the box to fit more in, so that I could justify my most recent purchases based on my resolution to not buy more until there was room to store it. Almost worked, save for the 2 giant, 400g balls I bought (but I'm knitting with them now, so they don't count, right?!)
See how tidy it appears (the lighting is terrible, but I liked this shot because you can see the funky sock yarn peeking through!)
Satellite Stash hiding under the desk - see the pink stuff? That's the "loathe it" yarn from Monday's post ;) Hence why it is kept hidden, along with some novelty yarns I dare not even mention!)
One of the giant balls that just doesn't fit in - other one is attached to the needles, so it is currently in my bag.
Tape measure/scissors/thread/etc are all tucked into a make up bag, which sounds tidy but there are random bits of scrap yarn, swatches, loose DPNs, etc. So it's somewhat messier than it first appears *rolls eyes*
Shamefully, I actually removed half the magazines to take this shot! You can just see my Stitch Library and the AntiCraft book at the bottom there.
I know some people are organised when it comes to their needles. Me, not so much ;)
All jammed into a glass that I covered with gold paper to make it look less messy ;)
I do intend, one of these days, to make myself a fabric needle case. I have a sewing machine, I have fabric, I have thread... I also have procrastination ;)
See, sewing machine... Currently shrouded in its case. Also, my unfinished lace scarf, which sits on the side so that I'm not allowed to forget it!
So, in conclusion, I don't keep particularly organised. I want to, I really do. In fact, I can be much more creative in a clean, tidy atmosphere than I can in my usual chaos. But tidying takes time away from being creative, so my instinct is to avoid at all costs *laughs*