There are knitters out there who are highly organized. Their yarn is sorted, tidy, labeled and contained. Their stash fits obediently into its designated home, with nary a stray skein in sight.
Their WIPs are neatly tucked into a basket, project bag or drawer. Their needles are in the original package or possibly a custom case or handmade needle roll. You know, the one they whipped up last evening, right after they finished the train-length lace veil knit from the yarn they managed to spin during their lunch hour.
They have knitting books, magazines and patterns neatly cataloged, shelved and instantly retrievable. They have never, and cannot imagine, how someone (who shall remain unnamed) might accidentally buy two copies of the same magazine or pattern.
Their Ravelry stash database is up to date, and their yarn and project photos are crisp, clear and color accurate. They have every swatch they’ve ever knit, carefully stored and clearly labeled to indicate the yarn name, type, weight, needle size, stitch pattern and care instructions.
How do I know I'm not that knitter? The picture that was supposed to go with this post is trapped in the camera, but here's an example from an earlier one. Yes, feel free to laugh!