Friday, 11 November 2011

Collections - Wool (again)

Small balls of wool,

drawers full of wool,

wool in odd places,

wool stashed in baskets,

cones of wool,

bags of wool,

ooh, and more little bits of wool (plus the 5 balls of wool I got from the Charity Shop today).

I think I've got an addiction - woolaholic!

Welcome new followers  - I hope you follow my interests, otherwise I'll be boring you completely!


  1. ooohhh im loving wool at the moment i went to the shops today and bought 5 different coloured balls for my crochet at the moment and i couldn't wait to get home and use it ;-)) So i reckon i can join you on the woolaholic front ;-)) Have a lovely weekend, dee xx

  2. Hi Mum, my mum Babcia got rid of a load of wool on eBay, I took masses from her and she still has masses and masses of it! And my stash is almost as big. We love bunny wool, also known as Fuzzy Wuzzy - it's old now, not made any more.

    K xx

  3. There's something quite satisfying about having loads of wool waiting patiently to be made into something wonderful. Fabulous find.
    Anne xx

  4. Bags, boxes and cupboards of the stuff ! We share the same addiction I am pleased to say :-)

  5. I got a load of wool from my Mam, including a couple of half finished garments. I unravelled them and I'm busy knitting wristwarmers!

  6. You're confession is safe with us!


    It could be worse :)

    Sft x

  7. Hello Mum! Nice of you to drop by and leave a sweet comment.
    I have LOADS of collections, but I admit not a ball of wool amongst it!
    Best wishes
    Rose H

  8. I love this post, it made me smile. I came home from the charity shop with a ball of baby merino, a ball of100% cotton and another ball of white that I think is pure wool; all 10p each!

  9. Mmmm, a bit like my house, wool everywhere, everything everywhere!

  10. Glad to see I'm not the only one with a wool collection - oh and buttons, that collection is getting out of hand as well.



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