I'm back from my Valnice's house. I have many bags of yarns that I brought home with me. I basically took everything and I will resort later because I was told that whatever I didn't take would go into the..dare I say it...garbage! The friend from work that I brought with me, helped me bag the yarns according to texture. Later, after school ends, I will sort more specifically than that. Plus, I want to clean it. Can you wash the yarns before making things? Tips please because I would like to do that since the lady had a cat in her home and some of the yarns have been packed away for a while although they still are in good use.
Many of the yarns were new skeins and the leftovers were rolled into tiny balls and secured with a rubber band. There were so many WIPs that I came across, still with the hooks in the items. It was sad because as we dug through the bins of yarn and projects, we could tell that the mother's mind was degenerating. We went from beautifully crafted garments to long chains of yarn that it looked like a beginner had stitched. That part was really sad.
Valnice and her husband said that they still have more items to go through and that his mother had lots of crafting books too that I could have.
What is this? A new calling in life?