It’s been on my mind lately. My woolroom is overflowing with so much fiber that I’ll never get to all of it. I know that isn’t unusual — stash enhancement beyond life expectancy is rather common among us. But, I just know there are things buried in here that I will never use. I can’t get to it all, and I’d rather have space for things I want! Therefore, I’ve gone through my stash and pulled out all sorts of things that I want to unload. There’s lots of spinning fiber. Bits of fleeces, weird batts, dyed roving, undyed tidbits. And yarn too, but it’s all commercial. Some are brand new balls, others have been used a bit. At least I don’t have very much of that hanging around.
It will first be available at the Autumn Fiber Event (Stashbusters Swap Meet). There will be a table in my booth with all of the DESTASH goodies. I’m planning to sort through the fiber and price it based on size/weight. But there will only be 2 or 3 different prices. And I’m not labeling things. I’ll do the same with the yarn. Used balls will be one price and unused another price. After the event, I’m going to take whatever is left and make grab bags. Those I will have listed in the shop.
Honestly, this represents seven years of collecting. There are a few items in there that I bought when I first started spinning. It’s just not interesting to me anymore. Time to move on. Time to clear it out!