Download and print these knitting planner/crochet planner pages and get your fiber and supply stash organized!
Happy New Year, friends!
If you’re anything like…well, everyone else in America, you’re hit hard by the organization bug come January. I know, it happens to me too!
Actually I have the organization bug all the time. My family really thinks it’s awesome (not).
But anyway, this year, because I’m thankful for all of you, I whipped up this cute set of fiber organization printables! It’s a knitting planner! Or a crochet planner, it works for both, I don’t discriminate.
This cute set of crochet or knitting planner printables is totally free for you to download, just save and print and get organized! I saved each one a separate file so you can print as many of each type of page as you need.
To sign up for your download, scroll on down. DO NOT right click and save the images below, they won’t be good enough quality to print!
What’s included in a printable crochet or knitting planner?
Page one is this great crochet or knitting project planner page where you can write down all the projects you’re planning to do (or even the ones you’ve already finished and want to document) as well as all the info for what you need to do them including yarn type, gauge, needle or hook size, etc…
Page 2 is a handy yarn inventory printable page, where you can list all the yarn you have in your stash and include all the details like weight, color, dye lot and how many yards you have! This should help you from buying more of something you’ve already got!
Page 3 is something I REALLY REALLY need. We all know how hard it is to remember what size knitting needles and crochet hooks you already own. Especially when you’re at the yarn store and all excited about a new project and then, uh, oh! I can’t remember if I already have a set of size 8 DPNs!
Well, lucky for you, I also made you a handy knitting needle and crochet hook inventory printable. This handy page includes both US and metric names/sizes so it also works as a conversion sheet!
There’s space to note which sizes and lengths of straight needles, circular needles and DPNs that you own. And if you’re a crochet-er, I thought it might be a good idea for you to note in the chart what color each size of crochet hook is so you can find it more easily!
And finally, because I use this ALL the time, I thought I’d share my very own graph paper with you. This handy printable graph paper for knitting and crochet is 8 squares to the inch and is perfect for designing or sketching or figuring out decreases. It’s up to you!
Aren’t you feeling more organized already?
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