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Friday, 14 March 2014

Still Ever Decreasing Circles and a catchup








::Back at last to finish my look at how I use a planner to organise my knitting::

::I like to keep a note of my finished items and this helps me when choosing a new project reminding me of design elements I enjoyed or worked well for me::
 ::then I have current projects with details of the amount of yarn, needle size and anything else I might need to remind me of where I am on a particular piece of work::
 ::There is also a section for future projects both those for which I already have the yarn or am wanting to buy which is very useful when you get into a yarn shop::
::I then have sections for keeping records of my needles, with sizes, type and material and how many pairs I have::
::I have decorated the dividers with some of my used Mary Englebright desk top pictures::
::I have adapted the address section using the A - Z for keeping instructions for various knitting techniques, for example here is K showing how to do kitchener stitch::

::In the diary part I keep notes of what podcasts and video casts are up and coming or I have watched. I also record special events such as knitting shows or Ravelry knit alongs and Ravellenics::

::I wouldn't be without my knitting planner and find it a very useful knitting tool::
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