One of my goals for the winter break was to clean out my craft closet, which fit right in with my plan of this morning to put all of my yarn stash on a spread sheet (well, not literally, but to enter each skein onto such a sheet). I'm about 90% done. I just have to add the handspun, decide if bibs and bobs (yes, that is a technical term) are worthy of their own page, find the few skeins tucked in odd places about the house (Noelle's handspun sits like a work of art [she did do her art degree in sculpture] on one of the living room speakers. I have to remember to count that yarn!), and I will be done.
But that bit of organization leads to others. I've tidied up the closet, put all the loose needles in one place so that I may size them up and get rid of unneeded dupes. I'm also thinking that I should have a list of my craft books somewhere. And that fabric. I should measure and track it, right? No. That's going too far. But the embroidery floss should be wound on to bobbins. That I will do one evening with a good movie on the tube.
Tomorrow is for writing syllabi and thank you notes. And maybe some actual spinning and knitting. Why can't every day be a vacation day?