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Dear Crocheter,

I have what feels like dozens of crochet projects in various stages of completion. I’ve started some of them, put a few aside until “later,” (whenever that is), and completely lost track of others.

When I see an inspiring project, I start planning it in my head: the yarn I need, the colors I’ll choose, the right hooks for the right gauge, the time I’ll need to finish it.

And sometimes—just sometimes—I lose track of a project or two in the small forest of yarn bags around my home. You probably know what it’s like to have yarn bag creep: that slow, relentless proliferation of more and more yarn bags, each holding a potential project. I will admit to having a few more yarn bags than I did last year—but I was inspired!

After talking with some of my fellow crocheters, I discovered that my situation is far from unique; it kind of comes with the crocheting territory. But I started all those projects for a reason; I need to finish them. It’s time to get organized.

Get your crochet projects under control with the Project Planner from I Like Crochet

We put our heads together here at I Like Crochet and brainstormed a way to keep track of all our crochet projects—and to help you do the same. The result is our 50-page Crochet Project Planner, chock full of detailed pages to help you organize your crochet projects.

Pretty. Printable. Portable.

I used to keep my projects in a notebook. But eventually, I ran out of pages mid-project, or I needed to add more information after I’d started a project and I didn’t have enough space to squeeze that new info in.

We went through the whole project process—from beginning to end—to make sure we weren’t missing any steps. And then we put together this pretty project planner for you to use—any time, anywhere.

This 50-page Crochet Project Planner can help you plan and track up to a dozen projects at a time!

  • Project Log. One page to track up to a dozen projects. List the project, plus the start & end dates.
  • Pattern Checklist. From picking a pattern to saving a picture of the finished project, all the essential steps are right here. It’s so convenient to have that list on one page!
  • Planning Page. Record the pattern name, add a description, and then fill in the details—hook size, yarn weight, yardage, notions, and more! There’s even a spot waiting for you to add a picture of the finished project.
  • Pattern Notes. You get plenty of space to add other details about your project: maybe you’ll add the yarn label or your swatch (or both!). It’s important to know how to care for your project once it’s finished. We’ve included the standard icons for washing, drying, ironing, and more. Just circle the ones that apply to your current project.
  • Row Counter. Some people can just dive into a crochet project and keep a running row count in their head. For the rest of us, the Crochet Project Planner includes a row counter. Just tick off each row as you go!

Print out your Crochet Project Planner, put it in a binder, and keep it in your main yarn bag—or print out just the pages you need and keep them with each specific project. Each project has its own number. And don’t forget about the Project Log at the beginning of the planner, where you can list each project. Never lose track of a crochet project again!

Get our Project Planner from I Like Crochet today and get your crochet projects organized!


Caitlin Eaton
Executive Editor
I Like Crochet

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