Pride goeth before the yarn becomes a tangly freaking mess that will likely mean my "Almost" August yarn will now be finished in October, not September.
Here is the flow of events:
1. I read Alden Amos' treatise on spinning, paying particular attention to his thoughts on yarn management, including reloading yarn on storage bobbins.
2. I buy a bobbin winder.
3. I decide that despite all advice, it's unneccessary to worry about overloading a bobbin. I am a fully capable adult who can easily manage a very full bobbin. I reason there are no spinning police, so I'm safe with this decision.
4. The spinning powers-that-be decide I must be humbled. My penance will be spending a ridiculous amount of time rewinding the yarn on to an appropriately sized bobbin:
5. I vow to never repeat this bobbin winding transgression and buy storage bobbins with 3" high sides.