Part of keeping your sewing studio organized is keeping track of where you are at on quilt projects and other sewing projects.
They can quickly become a mess with little bits here and there and in the end you’ve written down so many notes on stickies and other scratch paper that to find them is impossible so you start winging it.
Here’s a quick little quilt project printable.
You can keep track of where you are at in the process:
- supplies – are the bought? have them on hand? maybe do you have them precut and in a kit form
- top – you’ve sewn the top together!
- back – you have the back bought and on hand and ready to go
- quilting – is it done?
- binding – last step in the progress. Marking this means it’s finished!
There are additional lines on the right for making notes. You can write your fabric you are using, what fabric the binding is, maybe the spot where you are hiding the pattern, ideas that you might have on the quilting design. Any kind of notes like that…. you know whatever you need to keep track of your quilt progress.
In each section is also a spot for writing the pattern name, because we forget and then when someone asks us what it’s about we can actually tell them. And the quilt name. What are you calling this quilt?
Now, to make this work even better, I would hang or post this on a wall in your sewing room. Keep it out in the open and handy. That way you can keep track of what projects you are working on right now and feel good that something is being done and you are on schedule…if there is one.
Download the pdf file for this project from my free resource library.
Get the password for the library including this free pattern!
Other ideas to keep track of–
- is it a gift?
Have fun! Feel free to share with others.
What kind of things would you like to see on another project tracker?