Using a sense of feeling crowded as my guide, I've come to the conclusion that I should stop buying fleece. Since I need to wear a helmet to protect me from falling objects every time I open the door to one of my stash closets, I can classify that as crowded. I also have the odds and ends of bags and buckets of yarn and fleece under my work table, so I have to admit: enough!
I can probably exist for a decade on what I have. Add to this the realities of life--working for a living, and other interests like cooking from scratch and gardening, I can easily extend the life of my stash by another five years. I think saying that I won't buy until spring is a bit of a cop out because, as we all know, fleece buying season really starts in spring. But considering I had thought of buying some bamboo processed like flax, I think stopping myself until April would be a smart thing to do. And with that resolution, I will buy only three (in case of roving, which I don't buy much of (relatively), it will be enough for one large project or two pairs of socks). So that is it. Can I hold myself too this knowing my capricious fleece buying capability? We will see..
What is everyone else cooking up for resolutions? Feel free to share in the comments section!