Sunday 2 December 2012

Filofaxiness - Work-In-Progress with FREE Printables

Welcome back to my running Monday Series - Filofaxiness.

This is episode 3 of 5 on my knitting section in my binder.

If you missed last weeks episode: Stash Control - Click HERE to grab your FREE Printable.

Today I will be sharing with you my Work-In-Progress pages that I have created for my Filofax. 
I use them so that I can keep an overview of each pattern I am working on - so in other words....know what is up with this...... 

I decided to create these inserts because I tend to have at least 4 or 5 WIPs running simultaneously and I need to be able to pick up a piece at any given time and recall where I am at. 

I am the kind of knitter who tends to count every row on a piece of paper with little lines - you know this style: IIII IIII.

In the past I used to always scribble these lines on scrap pieces of paper which would find their way out of my project bag and at the end of the day I would have no recollection of how many rows of anything I had done, and so I created these pages that even this detail is included, so that everything I need for each project is there for me to recall.

I also have a "Front Page" so-to-speak where I list all WIPs that I start, including date and I can date it when I completed each piece.

These inserts themselves are still a WIP and they are constantly evolving to include pertinent information that hasn't been done on the previous models.

I would love to hear from you if you use my inserts.
How do they work for you, are there details that still need to be included/excluded?
Let me know I am always open to suggestions.

Please feel free to print out a copy of my inserts for your personal use.

Click on the images below to download your FREE PDF copies.

Note - These pages are for personal usage only and may not be reproduced and/or sold. If you are using my inserts, please give me the credit, thank you.

Printing: these are made on an A4 Landscape page. If you have an A5 Filofax, print the page on both sides and cut down the middle.

View the video below to see how I use the inserts.

Next week I will be sharing my "Queued" Insert with you, so please come past for that.
Have a super week.


  1. Smart idea! I make tick marks for my knitting too, it's bad... :-) Thanks for sharing at The Fun In Functional!

  2. I love free printables. :-) Thank you for sharing this one.


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