Saturday, September 12, 2020

Quilter's Project Planner Tour

Welcome to my stop on C&T Publishing's Quilter's Project Planner tour!

Quilter's Project Planner book

New this year is the Quilter's Project Planner (affiliate link), a workbook full of a year's worth of helpful, convenient planning pages and tracking logs, plus spots to keep quilt contacts, and handy reference sheets - this project planner has it all! 

Quilter's Project Planner workbook with pencil and fabric closeby

As quilters, we get so tied up in multiple projects at once, that a project planner such as this will help to keep everything organized and on track.

Though the planner starts with January, one could begin using this workbook any time of year. Just start filling in important dates or events that are coming up during your year and what you want to accomplish. 

Fill in that information in the 'My Year' section, both in the calendar area and under the action plans. I know I'd be filling those areas first with all the holidays, then blog hops, then any events coming up.

my year pages of quilters project planner

With a schedule taking shape, organizing the workload becomes a snap, helping to prepare for any busy months so those projects can get done on time.

There's also plenty of space for all the usual project details, plus an area for notes of any issues or lessons learned, followed by a page for placing inspirational ideas/fabric swatches, and a page of graph paper to draw out ideas.

pages for quilt projects details in the quilters project planner

Project planning takes up the bulk of the book, as it should, but the next section, 'Tracking Logs', is just as useful. Here's the place to list quilt giving and shipping information, quilts for charity, and my favorite, quilt alongs, bees, and mystery quilts. With all the blog hops I participate in, this section may not be big enough!

tracking logs pages in the quilters project planner workbook

The last two sections of the Quilter's Project Planner workbook are devoted to keeping handy information right at your fingertips. The 'My Contacts' section has spaces for quilt shops, longarm quilters, machine repair shops, guilds, quilt friends, and online quilt friends. And the 'Reference' section is full of quilty math charts which are oh-so-helpful!

Want to get started planning out your quilting year? One lucky visitor will win a free copy of the Quilter's Project Planner, courtesy of C&T Publishing. The contest is open to US residents only, from now until Sept 17 - enter via the Rafflecopter form below. Winner will be announced Sept 23.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

And be sure to visit the other quilter's on the tour to see how they'll use the Quilter's Project Planner and to enter for more chances to win!

9/9 C&T Publishing kickoff

9/10 Terificreations- Teri Lucas

9/11 Quiltville- Bonnie Hunter

9/12 QuiltFabrication- Susan Arnold

9/13 Zippy Quilts- Mary Puckett

9/14 Lilo Bowman

9/15 SewVeryEasy - Laura Coia

9/16 Slice of Pi- Laura Piland

9/17 C&T Publishing

Happy Quilting!

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  1. looks interesting - I had one once but didn't follow through with it - maybe I would have better luck with a new one

  2. Looks very interesting! Might need a fabric inventory page!

  3. Just like fabric, I cannot pass by paper products, lol.

  4. I would love to win the planner. I need it to plan my quilts.


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