Free Printable Amigurumi, Crochet, and Knit Project Pages
If you are anything like me you can’t remember what you ate yesterday let alone what brand of yarn you used for a project made six months ago! In an effort to become a bit more organized I created two printables so that I can keep track of all the details of a project in order to easily recreate it. I originally wanted them to be super colorful and pretty and then I remembered the price of printer ink…so I opted to go with plain ole black and white. Of course I had to add some cute, cuddly creatures and balls of yarn just to make them fun!
Read more about why I want to transform myself into an organized crochet diva here: KonMari for Crafters
But the best part is that I made the printables for y’all too!! Yay! Yippee!! The links are all the way at the bottom of the post! I hope you enjoy them both!
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These printables make it easy to keep track of every detail of a crochet and knit project, from the yarn brand, to the hook and needle sizes, and everything in between! Unfortunately I crocheted a beautiful sunburst granny square blanket back in 2017 and I no longer remember what materials I used. I would love to make another one with the exact yarn but I didn’t have anywhere to store that information. That is one of my big motivations for keeping these records!
Another great reason to keep track of your project details is that it will be super simple to share with others. When your friends want to know exactly how you made that gorgeous sweater or your adorable mermaid tail all you have to do is take a photo of your project page and text or email it straight to them! Voila!
Free Printable PDFs! Say that five times fast!!
Thanks so much for stopping by the Le Petit Saint Crochet Blog! I would love to learn about your best tips for keeping your creative projects organized!
The photos are great. It really turned out nice!
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Thanks for your support, honey!
Such a clever way to keep track of everything! Just wish I had your talent!
Awww, thanks so very much, Angela!
Such a great idea! Organization is important for me, especially when I want to remember something past 15 minutes. 😂 I’m with you on preserving ink too and coloring is so fun!
You’re never too old to color!! At least that’s my motto!
I just love your work so much, so cute. Cute printable for tracking all this projects too!
Thank you, Jayme! I am trying to be more organized this year and figured it might help someone else too!
I’ve been using the Project pages on Ravelry, but I don’t really care to share every little detail!
These are wonderful!!
Thank you for sharing these with us!
Thank you so very much! I’m so very glad you like them!
These are cute! I must admit, I’m a complete Ravelry girl though. It’s so easy to keep track of things like this, link all the yarns and hook size etc plus your yarn stash. Plus you don’t have to print anything out and use up ink and you can access it anywhere too!
Yes, I can see where online project details could come in handy! I’m a paper and pen kinda gal and love/hate relationship with technology! Lol!
Cute cute cute! I am always more likely to use a printable when it is pretty! So this is perfect!
Thank you so much, Katie! That’s exactly how I feel, if it’s cute I’ll use it!
Oh, friend, this is perfect and I’m going to download and use these freebies. Thanks so much for doing this for everyone!
I LOVE how she turned out! I’m so tempted to get the pattern. I have so many to work through already but I really think I need mushroom gal in my life.
That makes me so happy, Janelle! This is seriously such a great pattern!
Good for you, craft supplies and projects can easily get way out of hand. The printable and of course all of your work is adorable!
Thank you so much, Jenn! My projects always get out of hand, lol!
Thanks so much!
I have to admit, I never realized there were patterns for crocheting LOL. I grew up with grandmothers crocheting but they just did it. They tried to teach me but I could never get it ha ha. Maybe there’s hope with a pattern!
I think a lot of the older generation learned a stitch and then just created things with that. Crochet has come a long way since then! Now we make stunning garments, toys, and everything in between!
These are great. I certainly can be if it from your printouts. Thank you.
I’m so glad you like them! 😘