And now back to your regularly scheduled program
Today I moved them inside after they had been drying for a couple of days. Last year they were on the dining room floor, but I was afraid the dog would play with them and onions aren't good for dogs. So this year I put them upstairs in the nursery. I will let them sit somewhere dry for about 2 weeks or until their outer layers are dry. Then hopefully there will be enough good foliage left to braid them. I could just cut the tops off and toss them in a mesh bag, but I've always liked the braided ones hanging. I'll store them in the basement. These won't last very long since they are a sweet onion. I have storage onions still growing - Copra, Redwing, and Varsity. Varsity is supposed to be a big onion, but I think the Copras are just as big this year. I might not grow that one again.