Planning your Sewing Projects

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For Day 2 of the sew along I’m reviewing a fun way to keep your sewing projects a bit more organized. If you’re anything like me your mental to-do list is a million miles long and it’s a bit hard to keep track of everything.

Let me introduce you to 110 Creations for Kids! Beth was kind enough to send me a copy and I am loving it πŸ™‚ Pick up your copy of 110 Creations for Kids and get free shipping! {code isΒ LJSD14 and is valid until August 6th}

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At the beginning of the book are some handy measurement charts. No more sneaking in to measure a sleeping kiddo πŸ™‚ There are multiple charts so you can update with time or if you have a houseful of kids there’s room for all of them. I know my children will really appreciate this! I cannot for the life of me ever remember their measurements
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The next section has room to keep track of all your projects. You get a cute little figure to draw out your ideas on and jot down notes. This also provides you with a fun journal of all the sewing projects you accomplish over time.Β IMG_9640

This handy notebook also includes space at the back for a wish list and a pattern catalog so you can remember what you own. You know in case you have so many patterns you have trouble keeping track πŸ˜‰

How do you like to keep your sewing organized?

4 Responses

  1. I keep my projects organized on an overly-complicated excel spreadsheet. It works, but I like the idea of a paper notebook.

  2. I need this! I am constantly measuring my three kids because I forget where I’ve written them down. And I’m always planning my next project but I don’t always keep it in the same place. So cool, thanks for sharing! πŸ™‚

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