Printable Knit Pattern Binder, Free Download

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Printable Knit Pattern Binder,
Free Download

Download this Knit Pattern Binder Organizer, FREE DOWNLOAD Printable

 

Keeping your patterns and notes accessible and portable is often a challenge.  Most of us have a combination of digital and paper patterns lying around or stowed away for future use.  Many of us also have a pattern binder full of notes and scribbles.  Occasionally, our patterns need an organizational facelift with this in mind we created our Knit Binder Organizer.

Knit projects are divided into Sweaters, Woman’s Sweaters, Men’s Sweaters, Baby Gifts, Socks, Outerwear, Afghans, Pets, Christmas Projects, Stitch Guides, and For the Home, to sort and categorize your patterns.

This download comes with a Knit Pattern Content Guide. You can add your favorite patterns for a quick reference.

 

 

Use the “notes” page to jot down thoughts on your work, such as pattern name and origin, yarn brand, color, and lot number.  It’s also great for pattern corrections, and modifications that add your personal touch.

 

Check out these Free Knit Pattern Downloads to get your binder started.

           Long Cabled Cardigan                                 Definitely Diagonal Scarf                                  Lacy Afghan

Stay Tuned!

Stay tuned for more organizational trick and tips this month.  Next, we will bring you our High/Low Temperature Blanket Toolkit.  It’s the perfect guide for planning your next temperature blanket or try our High Low guide.  Check out these sneak peaks.

 

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Gwen Bautista

I was introduced to the fiber arts like many crafters by my great-grandmother. She was determined that if I ever needed to repair some socks or make myself a sweater then I would know how. Little did she know that it has led to a rather large yarn hoarding addiction and fascination with needles. As a life long crafter I am always learning new techniques and improving my skills.

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