The Crochet Lesson
Edward Thompson Davis (1833-1867)
Good Morning, Quilters!
I’m not by nature a very organized person. I write lists and leave them in my purse. I plan my day and then lose my calendar…
As a consequence, I THINK about organizing all of the time. I constantly ponder: How to consolidate my efforts and be organized once and for all.
One thing I really wish I had started when I was a newbie to quilting is a QUILT NOTEBOOK.
Two years ago, I started The Quilt Notebook Series and it was very popular….Now at popular request–
I’ve organized it all in one place…
At the end there are several suggestions for “Journal Entries” in your notebook. While most of our quilting will be spontaneous–we love this fabric–or a new pattern comes our way–I think it pays to spend a little time thinking about creating at least a few quilts that will stand the test of time!
2. Take Note
3. UFO Page
Add Journal Entries
What about YOU? Do YOU keep a Quilt Notebook?
What works for YOU?
We’d LOVE to hear!
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