Recently I stumbled across a neat crochet tool and immediately felt the need to show you guys this awesome product! My Crochet Project Bible is handy-dandy notebook that you can use to record and track up to 50 of your crochet projects! This eliminates confusion as to what type of yarn and size hook you are using, where the pattern is, and more… especially when you have multiple works in progress!
The inside cover pages include a useful guide on recommended sizes, stitch abbreviations and so on, plus plenty of space for notes, amendments, doodles or diagrams!
You can log all of your crucial project info along with any notes you like to make as you work through a project. I REALLY LOVE the graph pages. In the picture above I sketched out my Bright and Bulky Bernat Square Blanket and made notes about the pattern. But for those of you who are C2C obsessed like me the graph paper is going to really come in handy! I have a new C2C (corner-to-corner crochet) design in progress but wasn’t quite ready to show you guys 🙂
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Thanks to Lucy, Chief Geek at Stationery Geek for providing with a copy of My Crochet Project Bible to review. I was not compensated for this post and all thoughts and opinions about the product are my own. Giveaway is hosted and funded by me (Repeat Crafter Me)!