Scrappy Project Planner

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Scrappy Project Planner from Fat Quarter Shop by Lori HoltA couple days ago I received a box from Kimberly at Fat Quarter Shop that contained all of these goodies! I had been looking at the neat Scrappy Project Planner by Lori Holt of Bee in my Bonnet and wondering if it would be something I would like to use. These products were provided to me at no charge but the opinions are my own.

I don’t know about you but I always have a notebook and journal next to my computer so I can keep track of things I am working on. For the last year I have been using a Monthly/Weekly Planner for all of my monthly/weekly commitments and to-dos. When it comes to my quilt planning I have them in another book.

Scrappy Project Planner and a journalThe Scrappy Project Planner has several different sections and a table of contents to help you find your way around in it. There is a bio on Lori and she also shares tips on organizing your stash and her methods.Table of contents for the Scrappy Project PlannerThere are also six different scrappy patterns included in the planner.Scrappy Project Planner with Scrappy Patterns includedThe bookmarks, stickers, washi tape, pens and daily to-do lists are also available from Fat Quarter Shop. I had to start using the To Do lists right away!Scrappy Project Planner To Do listThe Scrappy Project Planner has room for 50  quilt projects. I really like the way this is set up but…..for me….I’ll be using scratch paper in the beginning and when I have my project all figured out…..it will go in this planner. I’m a little messy at first. There is a sticker book with over 5,000 mini stickers in it that will be fun to use.Scrappy Quilt Project Planner for quiltsI’ll keep you updated on how I like using my new Scrappy Project Planner. Did I mention how neat the Extra Fine Point marker pens are? Fun colors too!Scrappy Project Planner

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  1. Trying to decide if I want Lori,s planner or if I want the Quilters Day planner. Loris definitely has more info and looks more fun but which one can actually be used to record the most info on a daily basis?. Has anyone searched this or knows the real difference in the two planners one is a little larger both seem to have close to the same amount of pages which Loris has several patterns in hers which is nice but takes up writing room as well.

  2. What an amazing box of goodies! I keep notebooks of “to do”, “must do”, “Christmas gifts to make for specific people on my list”, UFOs, “Bucket List”, pads of graph paper for “idea sketches”… Maybe I need an all-in-one planner. I’m not very organized, but I try, and I’m getting better… I think… I would probably want to start with the To Do list pad and work from there… Maybe I will put the planner on my Christmas list… It does look interesting. Would anyone recognize me if I were that organized???

  3. Connie, what a nice opportunity! I use a planner to that allows me to track my to do’s and my creative ideas. I do keep a separate sketch book.

    My question for you is how you like the color red markers? Do the move easily on the page? And most importantly, do they bleed through to the other side of the planner page? If they don’t bleed through, do they show through the page so it’s hard to read if you write on both sides?

    Thanks for your help.

  4. What a wonderful surprise box of goodies for you to explore. Looks like you will have great fun using everything for your project pleasures. I understand the need to create and then record in your book. Happy Planning…

  5. My quilt planning is definitely much less organized. I save and/or print pictures of ideas I like. They sometimes stay on my desk and sometimes end up on the bulletin board in my sewing room. And sometimes end up in a big basket in my sewing room. Then I end up digging through all of those places to find something I know I saved – somewhere. The scrappy planner does look like a great tool.

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