I haven’t met a crafter yet who hasn’t got a 1,000 lists – Works in Progress, things to make, things to try, desirable crafty bits and bobs, favourite blogs, craft books to buy… And then there are ideas for new projects, sketches of ideas for future projects, pattern jottings, and more. Well, now it’s time to stop storing all this stuff on scrappy bits of A4 filched from the printer… and start using a stylish Crafty Journal.
This pleasingly spiral-bound hardback journal has lots and lots of room for all your lists, ideas, sketches and, even better, if you are ever lacking in inspiration, there’s plenty here to get your creativity going. There’s fun photography:
and pictures of stylish makes and crafty goodness to inspire you:
There’s also some beginners’ guides to stitching, crochet and knitting, a list of lovely blogs to admire, some patterns and a great wall chart for even more lists. Look how useful it is – here’s my list for today:
And yes, I AM a clever clogs!
If you’ve not used a Journal to organise and record your ideas and creativity before, then I think Pip’s book is just the place to start. The great news is that the lovely people at Hardie Grant books have given me 2 copies, so I have a spare one to give away. Hooray!
To be in with a chance of winning, just leave a comment telling me what’s top of your ‘To Do’ list this week.
The giveaway will close at midnight on Sunday 18th March, and I will announce the winner on the 19th. I am happy to post anywhere in the world, so this giveaway is open to all.