This is the side counter semi wall 'o wool. Not as impressive as the big wall but no less loved. The big bin on the top left hand side has all my sock yarn in it. All 118 skeins (enough to make 60 odd pairs of socks). There is some seriously good wool in those bins. Another semi huge area of wool. The bins at the bottom are actually double what you see; six in front and six in back, plus one on the side at the back (behind the two styrofoam heads suffocating in the lantern moon bags). Two bins on top. In the plastic bags are wool from She Ewe Knits (Jamieson's wool) for two different sweaters and Ozeyarn (Jo Sharp) for a sweater and coat. I have detailed this wool is another post so I didn't drag them out for photos. In fact I didn't pull all the wool out for the yarn porn shots. Just some of my favourites...... Noro Iro - lots and lots. Also have Iro in black, golds and grey. Bin on the top is Dalegarn Heilo - due for a Fairisle for Nick in African Colours. I did start it and then ripped it out because my tension wasn't quite right. Will knit it again soon before he gets too big for the sweater.
Bin on the bottom is Debbie Bliss Merino DK - this is for the Prairie Jacket (for my mom). Love the colours, love the feel of the yarn. Bin on the top - Rowan Yorkshire Tweed DK and a bit of Jo Sharp Aran Tweed for the borders and flowers for my Flower Power Patchwork Blanket.
Bin on the left - Mission Falls Cotton for the Bloomfield Vest. Underneath is more Mission Falls.
Bin on the right - Mission Falls 1824 Wool.
Bin on the left - Noro Silk Blossom for the Entrelac Shawl. I love this colour! Bin on the right - tons and tons of Noro Kureyon in about 4 different colourways. Plan to use for mitts, hats and whatever I can get myself into trouble with! Bin on the left - 2 skeins of Prism Stuff in Sagebrush. Planning to use to make two scarves from. A bunch of Phildar Florin for a sweater for Ed.
Bin on the right - 12 skeins of Ecoknit Organic Cotton (Falling Leaves Shawl), 10 skeins of Jaegar Silk in a gorgeous gold colour (Savoy), and wool for the Doublemossa from Schoolhouse Press. There are a couple of rogue skeins for a chemo cap. Bin on the left Jaegar Matchmaker Merino gathered cunningly from England and the United States for the Short Rows Pullover from Loop d Loop (after the yarn was discontinued - what a coup!).
Bin on the right Jo Sharp 8 Ply DK Wool for a couple of kids sweaters from her Heartland book. Bin on the left wool for Hanne Falkenberg's Mermaid 2 and Naturally Tussock 14 Ply Chunky for a felted Entrelac Knapsack.
Bin on the right there is Garnstudio Bromull Lin and Rowan Calmer (kind of hiding in there) both for sweaters from Sally Melville's Knit book. There is Mission Falls 1824 Cotton for a baby sweater and hat.
In this bin we have Handmaiden Sea Silk, Aran Silky Merino from Sundara (the colour is Stormy and it is marvelous), as well as a bunch of Lana Grotto Ontario in a dark green. You can't see them but there are some skeins of Art Yarns Merino in there as well. This is the sock stash. Sorry it is not more artistically presented; I was tired and my original idea wasn't possible today. It is one whopping big mess of yarn (and I apologize to the yarn for not giving it it's due - such a reckless use of fucking good yarn - the nerve!).In there we have (in no particular order) Regia wide stripe, Regia Self Striping, Regia Solid, Opal, Fleece Artist, Lorna's Laces, Jawoll, Baby Ull, Koigu, Debbie Bliss, RYC Cashsoft, Sundara Sock Yarn, Trekking XXL, Socks that Rock,........ Above is the bin where it is usually stored (much more neatly mind you). Below are more pictures of the stash all in a tangled mess. So I didn't post all of my stash in individual photos but you get the idea. Have a great weekend!