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If a yarn is really slippery, I'll put it in some sort of sock -- usually a knee high hosiery (cheap) and use it from the middle of the skein or cake. As I use the yarn the sock keeps pressure on the outside and prevents the yarn from tangling.
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have a few friends that use a big bowl and put the yarn in there
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I tried that once and had problems when I got a horrible knot in the yarn.
I have a plastic tea pitcher that I cut the spout so that I can get the yarn out if I need to.
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I 'bottle' my yarns by cutting a door in the side of a clean 2 liter soda bottle. Some skeins fit in easily, for yarn from larger skeins and recovered yarn, I make balls to fit the bottles. When I am using a yarn, I run the working end through the top. They look pretty on the shelf, reduce tangling, keep the cats out, and have really been a blessing.
I am presently working on a Moorish Mosaic Afghan with seven colors. The bottles really help when I have to carry several colors at once
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