Essentially, you just attach drawer-pulls to a board (I got mine on sale from Anthropologie) and hang it on your wall in your room like you would a picture or a mirror. That way you can use your necklaces to decorate your room when you aren't wearing them.
I really like the way it turned out and I don't think I'll have the problem of things getting pushed to the back of the drawer and getting forgotton.
I originally bought this blue Brown Sheep Bulky Wool/Mohair blend Lamb's Pride Bulky yarn for a project for my sister, Natalie. However, when it came, it was a little more itchy than I know Natalie likes yarns to be. She likes yarns that are so soft that they begged to be put against your cheek. Again this was very warm, but slightly too itchy for her taste.
So, not wanting this yarn to be put to waste, I went through my list of projects in my queue to find one that might fit this yarn. In the process, I came across the perfect fit with the pattern, Juliet from Zephyr. I put this on my knitting queue the previous year, and just had it just kept getting put at the back of my list as more "important" projects took prescedence.
This was a really fun and fast project to work. (Although, it would have gone faster if I hadn't earmarked it for working on while on a business trip. Knitting on an airplane is not as easy as it looks, especially with bulky yarns.) I love the way it turned out. I had to re-print out the lace section about 4 times because I kept losing my instructions, but I think it was worth it, because I think the lace pattern is perfect for the design.-