Hi everyone! It’s been a little while since I created a printable and today I want to share something I have started using to keep track of where I am in a pattern: A project planner bookmark!
This small project sheet will keep track of where you are in a book, can help you keep track of what row you are on and project information can be written right on it. Keep track of when you started and finished a project and write any notes you need on the front and the back.
For project notes I like to write the yarn used and hook size and I will often keep a tally of how many rows I have done – especially if it is something that has to be the same length (like the front and back of a sweater or two sleeves). If it is a stitch pattern with more than one row repeat, I will write a note such as “start on row 3” if I have to put it down before I get to the end of the pattern repeat.
Each sheet has four bookmarks that will print and then you just cut them out. You can print it on regular copy paper if you like, but I really like to go with a printable card stock so it is more durable. I also can then use the card stock to make my own greeting cards and other things that need a heavier paper. You can print as many as you like and feel free to share – just please don’t sell or modify them for commercial use. Personal use is fine!
Hope you enjoy – and I hope this helps you keep track of your projects! Download it here or by clicking photo above.
What technique do you use to keep track of your projects? Leave a comment below and let me know!