I am so excited to finally share these printable crochet journal pages with you! It’s time to get your crochet life organized once and for all.
Have you ever gone looking for that certain skein of yarn in your stash, couldn’t find it, driven to the yarn store and bought that skein you needed (plus a few others that needed homes) only to find it a few weeks later? I know I have!!
Do you have WIP’s in your pile that you have long forgotten what hook size or yarn you were using? [raises hand]
Don’t even get me started on patterns…. sooo many patterns in so many places.
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Organize Your Yarn and Crochet Patterns
I’ve been trying to get more organized, which is hard because I’m a messy creative person. Maybe you could tell?? I designed this printable crochet planner to help me get organized once and for all and I thought you might like to have a copy of your very own!
I’m a busy homeschool mom, with 3 kids under 10 and I work as much as I can on this blog. Even though crocheting is literally my career, wearing all those other hats doesn’t leave me with lots of crochet time. You can read more about finding time to crochet in this article here.
This organizer helps me find the yarn and pattern I need super fast so I can get right to the fun part, the actual making! I know it will help you too.
What’s included in the crochet Journal Planner
-Yarn inventory sheets organized by weight, plus a blank one if you want to categorize in a different way.
-Pattern Inventory (knit and crochet)
-Lined Paper and Grid paper
BONUS – printable tags for your yarn and wips.
Don’t forget to grab a pretty 3 ring binder to put your journal in!
All of these printables can be found in my FREE Resource library. To get lifetime access all you need to do is sign up for my email newsletter below and I’ll send you the password.
You’ll also find a rotating selection of printable crochet patterns and stitch tutorials. I’ll be updating these frequently so that my library stays fresh.
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