Quilting Journal Printable Quilt Journal Binder Set

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Printable quilting journal binder set. Document and record the pertinent information of all your finished quilts, plan and keep track of all your current quilting projects, fabric, equipment and supplies with the printable pages that make up this quilting journal. There is a colored editable cover sheet as well as editable binder tabs for your own binder customization.

I designed the contents of this Quilting journal to use as a means of planning and documenting my quilting projects. I also designed these pages as a way of keeping a record and inventory of all my quilting supplies, equipment and sources. I have found them to be easy to use and very helpful. I think you will enjoy using them too! I like to keep my quilting journal pages in a binder so I designed these as 8-1/2” x 11” pages which are perfect for a binder. To use in a binder, you may hole punch along the left edge of each page or place the pages in sheet protectors in your binder. You may print the pages as many times as you need, year after year and for project after project!

The pages in this journal cover three different categories:

1. Documenting your completed quilt
2. Planning a quilting project
3. Organizing and recording your inventory/supplies/equipment

Pages in this journal:
Quilting Journal - This is a cover page for your binder.

Section 1.
Quilt Name - These nine pages are for documenting, recording and keeping track of all the pertinent information about your finished quilt. It is so nice to document the details of your project such as pattern and fabrics used, size, colors, who it was made for and the occasion. There are sections for documenting all parts of the quilt - including label information. There are two ways of recording the fabrics used. Spaces for other important information to include such as the start and finish dates, the story of the quilt, construction techniques and any modifications you might wish to make in the future are also available. You will appreciate the ability to go back and refer to these pages and have all the information in one spot when you need it.

Section 2.
Color / Inspiration: Use this page to display what is inspiring you for your project and to plan and refine the color palette you will use. It will be a helpful reference while you plan your quilt.
Layout: Use this page to plan and sketch the design and layout of your quilting project.

Graph Page: A simple graph paper page made up of a grid of 1/4” squares. This is extremely useful when planning out the relative sizes of your design.
Measurements / Calculations - This page is a space for working out all your quilt math. It will be a helpful reference. There is a spot for blocks, sashing, border, backing, binding and a place for notes.

Yardage Chart - Use this page to record the fabric, amount, and where it is being used. This makes a nice organized list to be able to quickly refer to.

Cutting List - This page is for recording the fabric you are using, how many pieces you need and the dimensions and where they will be used. Having this organized and being able to refer to it before you start cutting into your fabrics will help eliminate potential cutting errors!

Block Planner - If your quilt top is going to include quilt blocks, this is the perfect page for all the details of each block. There are places to record the name/letter/number of the block, the size, the fabric/amount/cut size as well as assembly information and a space for sketching a diagram of the block layout. Very helpful!

To Do - Keep track of all the steps required for your project. Don’t forget to check each item off when completed!

Section 3
Fabric - This page is for keeping a detailed record of all the fabric in your collection. There are sections to record the name, manufacturer, fiber content, size, amount, and care instructions of each fabric as well as the source, purchase date, and notes. There is also room for a nice sized swatch of the fabric.

Pattern List - Record all the patterns you have in your collection. Include all the important information such as designer, pattern name, finished dimension, skill level and all the details. This serves as a nice inventory record.

Equipment List - Record all the equipment you have in your collection. There are sections for your sewing machine, serger, shears, scissors, rotary cutters, rulers, cutting mats, iron, needles, etc. Record what you have and where it was purchased. There are sections for the model numbers, serial numbers, purchase and warranty information for your sewing machine, serger and iron. This is important information and it is really nice to have it all recorded in one handy spot.

Wish List - Keep a record of the items you still need or want complete with all the pertinent details.

Resources - These two pages enable you to record and keep track of all your sources for learning about quilting techniques, books you own or want, online tutorials and inspiration as well as shopping sites for supplies and quilting services.

Quilt-Alongs - Keep track of the different Quilt-Alongs you participate in. There are sections to record the name, project, host, website or location. Don’t forget to fill in the time frame and if you completed it! This is an enjoyable record to look back on.

Binder Section Page - This page is an editable page that you can use to customize the sections of your binder. There is an editable space on the page for you to type in the title you want to use. Print the page and add it to your binder. You can change the section titles and print as many as you need.

Binder Spine Insert - These two pages have a selection of binder spine inserts in a variety of styles and widths. There are also editable tab inserts so that you can customize the binder tabs to reflect the binder sections that you prefer.

This item is available for instant download. As soon as your payment is complete, the journal may be downloaded and you are ready to print your pages and start organizing!

Complete instructions for downloading your file may be found here: https://www.etsy.com/help/article/3949

This is a digital file in pdf format. You will need the free program Adobe Acrobat Reader DC to use this file. You may download it for free at https://get.adobe.com/reader/

Please be sure to visit my blog http://kimberlyouimet.com/

    Average review
    A delight to work with. Very quick response to questions. Friendly and professional.
    Jul 8, 2018 by KnitChickZ
    OH MY GOSH. I have been looking for something like this since I started Quilting, I am beyond in love with this Printable. I plan on buying all of the others! It has so many things that I didn't even think to track when I do quilts!
    May 17, 2018 by Britta Neal
    Very helpful and well designed planner.
    May 2, 2018 by Lea brummett
    Item was as advertised. I believe that it will help keep me organized.
    Apr 13, 2018 by Mary McBride
    This is absolutely perfect!
    Mar 12, 2018 by Adelle

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