Sewing Planner – You’re Sew On It
If you have the ‘You’re Sew On It’ sewing planner – either the printable sewing planner or the ready printed planner – do check out the video below to see just how it was designed to be used as a planner that fits into YOUR life! It isn’t your typical sewing planner – I designed and created the it so that sewing and pattern making projects are planned around your personal life, and you don’t feel like you’re struggling to make time for yourself.
It uses a ‘sprint system’ which is used for project management, and this video will explain how to implement it so that it makes sense. And if for some reason, you have a couple weeks that you can’t do anything – that’s totally cool too!
This planner is about putting a system in place that works for you so that you can keep moving forward with your sewing projects! 🙂
Drop any questions in the comments below – and thanks for watching! 🙂
I mentioned several versions of the sewing planner in the video and the links to those are further down, in case you need to grab your copy! I’ve also linked the sewing patterns you see in the video under ‘inspiration’ pages in the video! 🙂
*One final thing. Items on this page may be affiliate links. If you click through those links and purchase, it won’t cost you anything more, but it may help me add to my fabric stash / business income. I only ever recommend products that I know, love and trust, so that you can have faith in them too.*
The Printable Sewing Planner
Click the image above, or here, to download and print at home. This is the printable sewing planner that I demo in the video! It is over 200 pages but you can of course be selective about which pages you choose to print! 🙂
The Physical Sewing Planner
I also have a physical version of the planner, which is available around the world from Amazon. Clicking the image below will take you to your local Amazon so that you can order the planner directly. Boom Shackalacka!
Sewing Patterns Mentioned
This is the Karri dress from Megan Nielsen Patterns.
This one is the Saporro Coat from Papercut Patterns. (This coat is part of my 2018 Make 9! Stay tuned to see it when it’s finished!)
*This one is the Carly Aviator sewing pattern from Style Arc. (*affiliate link)
Sewing Planners – Are They Worth The Money?
I believe that planners, either the ones you buy ready printed or pdf / printable sewing planners are great for helping us find time for what we love – sewing! I know I get waaaaaay more sewing and pattern making done, if I’ve blocked out time to do it, because, I’ve made it a priority for me. It my ‘scheduled’ me time. So yeah. I think having a sewing planner around you at all times of the year is totally worth which is why I incorporated sewing plans into an actual year planner. Boom shackalacka!
Let me know in the comments below whether:
- You have or have used a sewing planner (it doesn’t have to be mine!)
- What aspect of the sewing planner you loved?
- What aspect you hated!
I’m going to be adding a couple new pages to the planner in the spring – yep, I scheduled that into my planner! 😉 – and if there’s something missing you feel should be there, let me know!
Til next time…
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