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Sunday, March 27, 2011

Floss Nightmare

Now if this was given to you and you love thread and floss and fiber like I do, you wouldn't think of tossing it and starting over, so that being said, where would you begin to untangle this nightmare.
There must be at least 100 + skeins of floss and I probably would never have to buy floss again but I just can't decide how to go about untangling all of this. Suggestions please! ! !

                        Do you see what I am talking about????
I didn't do this. I am a good boy. Don't blame me. Wallace didn't do it.

5 comments:

Linda ★ Parker's Paradise said...

looks like a s.n.a.f.u. for sure. I love to embroider and I also love a challenge. I would find a spot where I could leave until the sorting is done and just go at it. If there are places that have to be snipped, so be it!
and tell Wallace to find somewhere else to play in the future. LOL
★Linda★

Susan R said...

You wouldn't have to buy floss again, but you'll spend thousands going to the psychiatrist out of sheer frustration.
If you are like me, or I am like you, even a little, I would take one look at this and calmly fetch the Kingsford charcoal starter and watch the beautiful colors burn by the fire with a smile and a cup of chai tea.

Susan R said...

Whoa wait a minute. Did Wallace do that? If so, he needs to meet the business end of the newspaper.

Denise * KKL Primitives said...

I don't have any suggestions but got a chuckle out of Susan & Linda's comments, lol

Jan said...

Wait a minute, Wallace didn't do anything. I got this whole collection in the basket that I put my last punch needle piece on, just like this. It was full of floss that had been marrying for years and this is what it came to me like.
Poor Wallace didn't do anything wrong and he never does. I don't know where that came from.
I can't bear to toss it as there is loads that is in great shape so I guess I will salvage what I can and then give the rest a proper burial.
Susan, you are so funny. Heheh