Friday, October 23, 2015

The Quilter's Planner

Today I want to give a big shout-out to Stephanie Palmer of Late Night Quilter, who is introducing her Quilter’s Planner.
Stephanie launched her Indigogo campaign this week, featuring The Quilter’s Planner she developed to help us all stay organized and manage our lives and our projects. Approximately 8-1/2” by 11”, and spiral bound, The Quilter’s Planner is the one-stop, go-to indispensable aid to organizing the quilty life.
To stay organized, I currently rely on a calendar, sticky notes, various to-do lists, a bulletin board in my sewing room and another in my kitchen, and my phone. I’m so looking forward to being able to keep everything in one place using Stephanie’s planner.
Like all planners, The Quilter’s Planner has weekly and monthly pages. But the features that make this planner special for quilters are the project planning pages, graph paper and free-motion sketching pages, and project status update pages. 

Even more special, Stephanie has included eight complete quilt patterns from talented designers. The planner also contains a reference section with important quilting measurements and construction techniques for common designs.

Weekly pages include space for to do lists for personal life, work, and quilting, plus notes. Each day features Stephanie’s “daily top three,” which she describes as the most important 3 things you need to get done to have a successful day. Each page features a quilt block designed by one of over 50 talented quilt bloggers.
Monthly pages feature an at-a-glance overview of the month. Also helpful are spaces for personal, work, and quilting goals, and a roomy section for notes.
Visit Stephanie’sIndiegogo site for more about her planner.
Congrats, Stephanie, on your launch! I’m linking up with Whoop-Whoop Friday over at Confessions of a Fabric Addict because you deserve a big Whoop Whoop for this!

Full disclosure: One of the blocks featured on the weekly pages is my design. Also, Stephanie has graciously agreed to post about my book Cut and Shuffle Quilts in January (she's a little busy right now), and I'm happy to return the favor here. I'm looking forward to using The Quilter's Planner.

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