Hello, I’d like to thank you for sticking with me throughout The 31 Days of Craft Storage Ideas! Today is the LAST DAY of our series. I started this series 31 days ago with a plan to discover practical and pretty ways of storing my craft supplies.
Fitting four people in our little cottage leaves almost no room for my craft supplies. So, I know I will never have a studio of my own until our eldest daughter (20yo) finishes studying and moves out of home – in about three years.
Now that I’ve found some great ideas for storing and organising my supplies I’ve had to tackle the other complication associated with my crafting – the over abundance of unfinished projects. Most of these projects are on hold because I need to buy more supplies to finish (insert eye roll, like I don’t have enough supplies) or the weather is too hot to knit or crochet. I won’t mention getting bored with the bigger long-term projects.
Craft Project List – Free Download
I’m going to share with your today one of the ways which I use to keep track of my WIP’s (Works in Progress). I’ve created this downloadable Project List to keep details of your projects, where they’re stored, when you should finish them and who you’re making them for. There is also a blank check box for you to use for whatever you like.
*Please note: This printable is free to download and is for personal use only and cannot be duplicated, sold or used commercially in any way. All printables are copyrighted to Over the Moon Design – Karen Mitchell. You are however free to share the link to this download.
For my newsletter subscribers I have a very special extra download that expands on this list. Links to all downloads will be permanently inserted in the newsletter (The Moonletter) to make it available to existing and future subscribers. So, it’s not too late to subscribe.
This wraps up the 31 day series. I hope you’ve enjoyed it, I know I have! It’s been quite a challenge, blogging everyday. I hope you return next week when I’ll be sharing a Colour Palette created from photographer Kirsten Mitchell‘s Instagram account and a WIP post on Wednesday.
To read previous posts in the series Craft Storage Ideas please visit the Craft Storage Ideas page.