I'm sure you'll find some use for it all and it will be fabulous! Just found your blog and added it to my list. It's nice to know another business of bliss alum is still out there!~Kim
i was visiting the waldorf school one day with lucy and one of the teachers was unknotting a basket of yarn to keep her hands busy... i thought it was the oddest thing, but it did seem peaceful. decide what's more peaceful-- keeping or chucking and go forth!
Keep It!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! or send it on to me!he he! I love to untangle things, it is very thought provoking, and inter reflective, not to mention exercise for the brain! Besides I am a craft supply miser! Vanessa
I say ~ do a giveaway! Pick a random comment from this post next week and send it out to somebody who will love to have it (like me :-))Your blog is charming :-)
Umm, hello? Send it to me!
I'd say keep it or if you really don't want it, do a giveaway, like BJ Lantz said.
All those pretty things can't be thrown away. Just pick a time when your relaxed to go and untie them. It will be worth it.
I join the chorus of NOOOOO you can't throw that away. ut maybe you need to pass it on to someone who will have great fun untangling it for you - and maybe even return them to you in order...Why do tangles like that make my heart beat faster... must be love
I would put it by my t.v. and the next time I am watching the news or a mindless tv show, start untangling. There is some great stuff in that pile.
oh please don't - the colors look devine & I think I hear them whispering please use me please use me...have a honey of a night! sweet dreams! Marlene
keep them in a pretty jar!
Oh I think you should give to someone else to untangle hehe!! :) Bonnie x
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