Last modified on 26 May 2014, at 18:51

destash

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

de- +‎ stash

VerbEdit

destash (third-person singular simple present destashes, present participle destashing, simple past and past participle destashed)

  1. (transitive, textiles, informal) To remove (a yarn, fabric, equipment, etc.) from one's collection.
    • 2004, "JJMolvik", A question about selling (on newsgroup rec.crafts.textiles.yarn)
      She destashed some needles that I ended up taking off her hands last summer.
    • 2007, "WoolyGooly", Destashing (on newsgroup rec.crafts.textiles.yarn)
      I'm doing some destashing to feed my coffee addiction (and to free up some space!). Nothing is "for sale" as such []