The Yarn Stash Binder

Barb recently posted her Yarn Samples Binder, using the page created by Dedri.

I thought it would be wonderful to have a version with our logo on it and, so, I contacted Dedri to see if she would mind. What a wonderful lady and, yes, she gave us permission to adapt her form.

To make our version unique, I decided to put the yarn in the centre of the page, keeping them from getting tangled on the sides. Now, the side version is wonderful, because you can see all your yarn at a glance … but, I wanted to create a different option, so hidden is what I chose to do.

I made a hole for the yarn, and taped the one end on the back of the paper. I also used card stock for stability rather than laminating.

I also added divider markers to identify different yarn weights.

Tags: sample binder

Debbie (life & crocheting have a lot in common: it's all about one stitch at a time.)


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BarbS ...

I like the large ‘notes’ box. You could also record there what project you made with that yarn, and how many skeins you have left of something. One could also print out on paper a small 2×2″ square photo of the project and school-glue it onto the notes box. I’m finding as I crochet more, I identify yarns by what I did with them, as in “ah, I Loved that yarn, and I remember wanting more.” Or its opposite opinion!

Debbie Pribele ...

oh, I never thought oh projects…brilliant

yes, i have recorded number of skeins, in pencil