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Yarn it! Knitting & Crochet Journal
By popular demand, we’ve created a journal just for knitting & crochet projects! Keep track of important info about products used to create your masterpiece. Include a yarn sample and an image of the finished product too!
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2 reviews for Yarn it! Knitting & Crochet Journal
Sandra Devine –
My journal just came yesterday and I’m so excited to start using it! No longer will my knitting patterns be marked up with notes about the custom sizes & changes made for each project that I’ll have to decipher later on. Thank you for your wide variety of topics.
Tanisha Inman –
I’ve decided to be more mindful of my crocheting and keep track of the projects I’m working on. Sometimes I’ll start a project, put it down and not go back to it for months. By then I’ve forgotten what I was doing (the stitch, count, the yarn, what hook I was using, was I on gauge, etc.). This journal helps me keep track of all of that plus more. This is a nice journal. The cover is a hardcover. Looks like recycled material. The spiral is nice there’s no spiral at the end with a sharp edge. The pages are thick and sturdy a little bit of an off-white/cream color to make it look antique. Plenty of space to put notes, its college-ruled. Each project has 1-page front and back, 198-pages. I did kinda wince at the price for a journal but this has everything I need, it’s spiral, hard-cover and it looks really nice and will last years. The only thing I would add is a general notes page for non-project related information. So I can write down which seam stitch I like and why, track which stitch I’ve tried, whether I like it and what project I think it would work well with, things like that. It already has 198 pages why not make it an even 200. I decided to add that info to the back of the very first page.
Except for the omission of a general notes page this is a wonderful journal and I’ll be purchasing another one for future, future use.