Many of us are familiar with www.ravelry.com, whether for its patterns or its great communities. Some of us use to to track projects. But did you know you can also track handspun yarns as yarn projects?
Under your notebook, you’ll find a section for handspun. Here you can add new projects and record details about your handspun yarn, from construction methods, to physical descriptors. This is a great way to keep track of the yarn you make and makes it incredibly easy to match up yarn to patterns. You can then search the pattern database by your yarn attributes.
If you’re a data-driven person, recording your yarn can give you ultimate control over your creativity.