We had a friend over this week and when she went to put her food in the fridge, she did a double take when she saw this...
"Why are there balls of confetti under your apples?" Kelsea wondered.
Lettuce stash yarn.
Now you'd think if you had a shelf of yarn that looked like this...
...maybe you wouldn't feel the need to hide yarn.
But honestly, if you have as much yarn hanging around as I do, eventually people start giving you a hard time about it. So I'd like to give you a few options for yarn storage if you are one of the afflicted. You have to take into account the habits of your housemates. If, for example, you are the person who does all the household cleaning, then perhaps this would be a safe place to store some extra yarn.
If you've stored your bike for the winter, a temporary place for storage might be in your bike bags. Of course come spring you're going to have to relocate it unless you want your yarn coming with you around town.
What about those coolers you aren't going to use again until the snow melts?
Find the spots in your house that no one visits. Make sure they are free from pests, protect the yarn, and store away.