Getting Organised On Ravelry
I didn’t make any crafting New Years resolutions this year. There is a fantastic one underway that a good number of people are taking part in – the ‘Knit Your Queue’ challenge.
I’m also trying to go through my Ravelry library and have a tidy up. I lost quite a few books when I moved, but have gained others, so my library has been a bit of a jumble until recently, and it really pays to keep the Ravelry library up to date to use in conjunction with the Ravelry pattern search (and who wants to search and find the perfect pair of socks only to find that they were in a book that they no longer have access to?)
The one other section of my Ravelry notebook that I have been tidying up is my stash section. I have been moving all of my yarns from days past into the ‘all used up’ section, so that I don’t find false results when trying to match patterns to my stash, but using the filters I can also look upon all of my zauberball friends, both past and present, those that have already been knit into projects and those that are still full of magical promise, and the sight makes me smile.