I’ve recently developed a bit of an obsession with looking at other people’s bullet journals. I currently use a combination of calendars, to-do lists, end of day roundups, and journals for a variety of different purposes. I find that I’m getting lots of good inspiration and tips from people’s bullet journals that are helping me to improve my own on-paper logging systems. In looking through all of this inspiration, I started wondering how people who crochet are using their bullet journals.
The duo behind Chetnanigans teamed up to identify numerous small problems that plague crocheters (and knitters) and to come up with wood-based solutions for resolving those problems. Their work is ingenious and I was really happy to get a chance to test out a few of their products for myself.
As a crocheter, you probably have stacks and stacks of projects all over your home. You put so many hours into into creating your wonderful works; it is a shame to see them go unnoticed. Coming up with innovative ways to display your crochet works can be a challenge, but there are tons of fun ways you can use your masterpieces to decorate your home.
It really helps to get that game plan going so let’s talk about Christmas crochet today.
I recently joined the 52 Week Crochet Blogging Challenge hosted by Julie of Red Berry Crochet. This week’s challenge is to organize your crochet patterns.
I have the opportunity today to write a post about the benefits of a color label printer in the home and I wanted to use that opportunity to share some tips on using labeling to organize your stash.
I’m adoring this free crochet pattern for a spiral organizer to hold your crochet hooks when they aren’t in use.