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Haha so funny. I read your headline and then saw the first picture and thought: but that's a lovely shade of grey. Then I saw your comments and in the end I could imagine the colour it might have. I think every now and then such non-colour ends up in all our stashs. I prefer pairing it with another yarn as most non-colors can be upcycled super well by pairing it some proper colour. There is always something that goes with a non-colour, be it a similar yet proper colour or like pairing your greige with lets say a lime green. Then you end up with a nice bulky yarn and can make a hat or something similar with it.
Toggle Commented Dec 17, 2013 on The ugliest yarn in the world? at woolythyme
I know it has been commented here before but this is such a lovely colour! Does it feel as soft as it looks like?
Toggle Commented Oct 4, 2013 on on needles :: 10.02.13 at blah
What super lovely colours you are working on. This is autumn at its best!
Toggle Commented Sep 26, 2013 on on needles :: 09.25.13 at blah
Still laughing at heathermama's comment but seriously: why should knitting needles be a security problem on some flights while the exact same needles don't pose a threat on others... I always wonder. Glad you made it home with only the even though super unfair) loss of your needles and that you even could pick up your stitches without a problem.
Toggle Commented Aug 7, 2013 on Yarnalong...WIP Wednesday at woolythyme
If these yarns are all that you keep in stash, that is really not hoarding. You should see what I have... all those yarn my family kept for ages (and that hasn't grown better in that time...) ;-)
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I don't know if that where you are but here in Germany we have something that helps connect farming with suburban life: outside of many cities farmers offer a big piece of land cut into small pieces for rent for the season. Here you can do small scale farming and you meet other people experiencing growing their own vegetables and the like. I think this is a great chance to bring just a little bit of farm life into your life.
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