Tuesday, June 3, 2008

YARNTAINERS & BRAS

My hubby was nice enough to help with making my yarntainers. I couldn't hammer the rivets in hard enough and I'm not very good with a drill. I didn't want to damage my knitting hands. LOL I decided to do these because I knit outside a lot in the summer and take my knitting camping of course. There was no way I was going to pay $10 for one (Heck that's a cone & 2 skeins of Peaches & Creme) and I only have $8 in all 3 of these. The rivets cost almost $5, and I have plenty more to make some more yarntainers.
As for my yarn bras they cost a whole $1 for 2 bath puffs. I saw these on someone else's blog, but can't remember it. When you cut the string in the middle you get a long tube of netting. I measured mine and it was 7 feet long. That's quite a few yarn bras. Just thought everyone would like ideas for saving money for more yarn!!

4 comments:

Shirl said...

There is a little something special for you on my blog.
Drukkies!

debi said...

What's a yarn bra?

rho said...

what was the middle Yarntainer originally? Hubby made one for me lasty year from the big plastic jugs that pretzels come in from BJ's or Costco....

Anonymous said...

The title of this post REALLY caughter my attention. I was thinking to myself(the bras part!>>LOL).

Good thing I was patient and kept reading. Those yarn "bras"(couldn't they think of a better name?????) are really neat.

Thanks for sharing.

Crocheting Mom