The Etsy pattern link you provided says the A woman cannot survive on books alone she also needs yarn a lot of yarn shirt yarn used was something called “Botany Boucle” I can’t seem to find any information regarding this yarn but the gauge says it’s 32sts/4 inches on a US2 so 510m/100g should be fine. That said, if the yarn was an actual boucle style yarn, that’s a different story. (I’m gonna assume that it is “Boucle” in name only judging from the look of the dress. Where are you getting the 3800–4800m from? The pattern says 28–34 skeins but doesn’t specify yardage. (and just want to add that vintage patterns are notoriously vague and difficult to knit from. I own 100–200 of these old knitting patterns and can’t make heads or tails of them. And their sizing is quite small compared to today. Sort the yarn into groups based on the material it is made of so that it can go to appropriate places. Some prefer natural fibers, others like man-made.
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Churches and schools. Projects often call for yarn and it A woman cannot survive on books alone she also needs yarn a lot of yarn shirt is expensive for teachers to buy it, so this is often a good place to offload yarn of any type, color, or quantity. ‘Oddballs’ or ‘partial skeins’ work great for art projects. Thrift stores. Nice-looking skeins in good condition make great donations at thrift stores, and you can get a donation write-off as well. Call to make sure they accept yarn first, though; some places don’t. Senior centers. If you can put a few skeins and a pair of needles in a bag, seniors really appreciate this. If not, there’s usually a craft center or other spot in the senior center that will gladly accept your yarn. Don’t forget to ask around with your family and friends first, though. There could be a budding knitter or crocheter who would gladly take your whole stash to start off their fiber frenzy.