Literally whatever reason you have for needing to keep some stuff behind, we do this. When we've had to order stuff in we'll remind you of the process but basically, we hold what you're after for two weeks as standard. We put it in the box with your name on it and the date and it's untouchable until two weeks have passed.
We've had a bit of a restock and reshuffle so all of our summery DK yarns are in the same place. We've done full blog posts on most of them before, but sometimes you just want a quick and dirty explanation of all of them, right?
So, I'm going to list all of our summer yarns with a couple of key-word sentences after, and that way you can click into the ones you think you might like!
You wouldn't know this but I do actually finish some projects. Once upon a time, in the old blog and vlog, I used to update you when I started, as I was going and then when I finished. I was spurred on to finish so that I could show you all what I was up to and somehow, as the shop got busier that just waned a little until I got to the point where I was like - does anybody actually want to know?! Especially when a swatch and an excited post will be enough to sell something online...
There's no morality to this - you're not working out if you're a good knitter or crocheter, or a bad one. There's no right or wrong way to knit or crochet - unless it's hurting you - it doesn't matter if you're tight or loose it just matters that the end result, and the process, is enjoyable to you.
Organisation is both a dream and a nightmare to me, you know, and it's quite important when it comes to crafting. You've got to organise your stash, your projects, your notions, and also your mind in order to keep track of the hundreds of WIPs we've all got on the go (unless you're a single-project knitter, in which case I envy you. How do you do it?).