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Keep your yarn bands with any half finished balls so that you know what they are. You can either pin them to the ball or wrap them around with an elastic band. If you are sure you’re going to use a hank yarn and you’ve got a spare 15 minutes, wind it up either by hand, or by using a yarn swift and ball winder. When you come to use
it, it’ll already be good to go!
of Ever crawled around under the coffee table looking for that slowly unravelling ball? Then bag yourself a yarn buddy! This gadget keeps your yarn spiralling effortlessly – no more tangles! Ceramic or yarn
bowls make an attractive option too. Moths can get into just about any container but we’ve had success with putting yarn in sandwich bags inside airtight plastic containers with click lock-lids. Cedar and lavender confuse moths’ sense of smell and stop them laying egs, but won’t kill them. If you keep your yarn under a bed check for moths regularly as they love dark dusty places!