Sunday, August 10, 2014

Knitting Binder Using My A5 Kikki K Lilac Binder

My goal is to be using all of my planner binders for something or other,  So, with that goal in mind I've been expanding my "Planner Idea List" here.

I decided to take my new Kikki K Lilac A5 Binder and make it into my kniting/crochet Planner.


First up, I chose my index titles that would suit me best, after downloading some free domain knit and crochet photos.  I had those photos developed and then made my indexes using cardstock, the photos and my laminator.

Second, I cut out tabs using a punch that I have.  Then I made labels using a label maker

Last, but not least, I filled it. Yay, the fun part!

In the front pockets I stuffed some information cards, Avery reinforcement labels and some papers I wanted to add later.
The first section is for "Reference" items, ie, stitch explanations, metric conversion, yarn weights, etc... I also placed a small bit of sticky's in case I might need them.
Next up, the "In Process" section.  I put some Filofax Pocket pages here to house the patterns of items I'm currently working on.
"Project Cue" is next, this is where I'm putting my priority list of projects to make and yarn I want to use.
 "Inventory"is next, this is where I'll keep track of the tools I own and the yarn I have in my stash.  I use a lot of circular needles and don't need any duplicates.

 "Completed" will house photos of completed projects, with notes on the pattern, the yarn, what I might do next time if I choose to make that particular piece again.  Plus, I would like to keep the washing instructions, a sample strand, color name and where purchased histories of the yarns I've used.  This section will be more like a scrapbook.

I'm using a business card holder to hold some yarn and the yarn info.
 The "Notes & Ideas" section is for just that notes & ideas.
The last section is called "Classes".  This section will house information on various internet classes that I've taken or am taking and the notes associated with that.


I cut up a Jill Bliss tablet and punched holes so that I could use tbe paper in my planners.  HERE
All done, I'm very excited to give this Knitting planner a go. I would appreciate your comments, especially if you keep a binder like this too for knitting or crochet.

COMING SOON, the unveiling of a "Library" planner with sections like an alpha of my personal digital and physical library books collection, TBR, Have Read, book reviews, favorite quotes, etc... I've decided to use another A5 (probably my Chocolate Aston).

THANK YOU FOR STOPPING BY!

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7 comments:

  1. Your new knitting/crochet planner looks so nice and I know you'll enjoy using it. Your dividers are lovely, and hopefully your "Completed" section will be so full it will need to go in a separate binder. I made myself a project binder a few years ago, for my notes/ideas for my sewing, quilting, knitting, scrapbooking projects. I found the forms on this website quite helpful: http://kathrynivy.com/patterns/extras/knitting-journal/

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    1. Thank You for your comment. I'll check it out.

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  2. This is great, it looks so fun. Although if I copied your idea, mine would be for crochet!

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    1. That's wonderful. I'm actually using mine for both crochet and kniting.

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  3. I love it. Right now, I have a knitting section in my regular all purpose planner which makes that planner fairly large. I hope you don't mind a copy cat but I may do a separate binder for my knitting projects.

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    1. By all means, knock your "knitted" socks off and enjoy! LOL

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