As crafters, we are familiar with the unintentional mess that comes with hoarding loads of craft supplies and tackling new projects on a whim. And while decluttering à la Marie Kondo's KonMari method has redefined the way some of us live, if your craft corner is looking a little less than joyful, don't fear! Chances are, a quick peruse through your craft storage will result in a few finds you can certainly toss. And if you're not sure what you're looking for? Here, find a list of helpful suggestions to streamline the process — and yes, this can be done in just 10 minutes!
1. Worn-out containers: Introduce some new storage to liven up your supplies (and make it easier to find what you need).
2. Tangled yarn: Sigh. Oh, the knitting projects you could have been. For what cannot be untangled and possibly repurposed into pom-poms or tassels, save yourself the trouble of justifying the space it takes up in your craft drawer.
3. Mismatched knitting needles: Already have a matching pair? (Or nine?) Go ahead and toss any solo needles, because, no, you probably won't find their missing half.
4. Broken or tarnished pins: This is an easy one. How fast can you dig through your collection for any unruly pins?