I don't mind... I have a few more places to store un-loved yarns, however, it makes me itchy to use it. In fact, I have this thing...(somebody, please analyze me kindly) that I would rather use yarns that are recycled and partially used skeins than start a project with brand new/newly purchased yarn. I'm sure you are putting together yesterday's "thrifty" blog with today's information about my psyche (and my daughter and her friends are rolling their eyes) and thinking I'd be a great candidate for some treatment! Bring it on-- I've perfected these flaws over my many years.
Do you think this is the same syndrome that makes me obsessive about eating all of the broken chips out of the bowl before the perfect, whole ones? Anyway, back to knitting.
I brought back a boat-load of colors of mostly the same weight yarn. One skein of each color, I have been eager to find a nice fair isle that would use them. I found it! A pattern that would use 5 of those colors, leaving only another 15 to find a purpose. Here is the beginning of a toddler pullover:
It's fun with so many colors, and so fulfilling to use up small amounts of color! STASH-BUSTING!