project runway

I finally watched this week’s episode (part 1 of the finale). The following is not a spoiler, just some Laura love:

I adore that when Tim asked for their receipts, Laura apparently had a spreadsheet. (You don’t see it in the episode at all; Tim mentions it in his podcast.) That’s the kind of thing I would have done!

There are some of you with spreadsheets cataloging all your stash–I haven’t gone that route yet. I should have made one when I did the massive stash purge, but I can do it upon move-in, I suppose! I have so little, I’m not sure it’s all that necessary, but I actually think it would be fun to do, if I had some time to devote to it.

5 Responses to project runway

  1. Ashley says:

    I do love a spreadsheet, but for me it was more helpfl to have a stash page on my blog, with pictures, so that I could remember what was what. On the other hand, it’d be much easier to carry a spreadsheet around than my computer, if I’m ever at the yarn store and need to remember what I have.

  2. Liz K says:

    Honestly, I think just regularly visiting and pawing my stash is enough for me to keep track. My stash isn’t large enough for me to forget about its contents. I also buy sweater-quantities for specific projects only, so again, it is rare that I forget. I do have a needle inventory spreadsheet. It has yet to be useful, but I have been diligent with keeping it up.

  3. Feed Dog says:

    How weird–I spent yesterday evening putting fabric into an online inventory spreadsheet. It’s early enough in the stash building that I can keep up if I start now…I think.

    Hope everything’s well with the new job!

  4. Tana says:

    Thank God that I am not the only one who has Exceled her stash! I was a little worried about my mental state the day I woke up and thought, I can’t wait to organize and catalogue my yarn! I feel better now.

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