They are all crochet projects on hold because I ran out of yarn 😮
Was I wrong to take on a hobby for which there are no supplies nearby? 😦 Whenever this happens I have 2 options: a rock and a hard place XD Seriously, either I hop on a ferry to Singapore or I go online.
Both options come with extra costs that I wish I could avoid by walking or driving to a yarn store. Or use to buy more yarn!
But, focusing on the things that I can control: I think the problem is partly because I still have to learn how to estimate yarn usage. I think that comes with experience.
Also, I let the yarn speak to me before I decide what to make 🙄 I believe the better way to go -especially in my situation – would be to identify the project first and then buy the yarn.
🙄 🙄 🙄
Oh well, the crochet must go on! I’m working on Rainbelle at the moment while pondering my yarny situation.
Got any tips for me for making sure I have enough yarn? What do you do when the store itself runs out of the yarn you’re using for your project?
Oh and, more on Rainbelle next week! 🙂 (Hopefully I can finish her) ❤