This is it– we are into the next year and boy was the last year a goodie! There was a lot sewn and done and now’s the time to keep track of what we have actually done.
Year in Review Project Printable~
Download the pdf file for this project from my free resource library.
Get the password for the library including this free pattern!
Let’s get to filling it out.
The large blank spots are for pictures. You can print off anything you’d like and stick it right in it’s place.
The lined spots are for writing notes. Here are some ideas on what you can include:
- name of the project or pattern
- year or timeline
- supplies you used- fabric lines, special rulers
- was this a gift for someone
- was this a project with others– who were they
- what kind of techniques were used
You get the idea…..
Maybe there is a story behind the quilt. Why it’s being made or the initial inspiration behind the pattern or fabrics you chose. This is the place you can share it. Keep everything together in one project printable…. or maybe two or three! Because the spaces are blank you are able to fill them with whatever you’d like without worrying about having the date and name all over each. No need to repeat ourselves really!
Let’s make this customized to your needs and what you are looking for.
The smaller blank spaces are for whatever you’d like. You can fill in more information, staple fabric samples…whatever!
The whole idea really is to keep track of those projects that you have finished during the year. You can do this along the way– or you can wait until the end of the year when you feeling like you didn’t accomplish anything, and then you are surprised that you did. And that you did a ton of awesome projects or quilts.
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