These printable crochet project labels are perfect for keeping your crochet project organized and labeled! Never again will you forget which hook you used on your WIP from last month, or the tips you figured out along the way. Print and cut these crochet project labels to keep one with each of your WIPs so you can stay organized. Another tip: keep your WIPs in sheer bags so you can see exactly what project is in each bag.
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Confession: I definitely have at least 15 (or more) projects going at once.
And though I would like to think that each project is so special that I would never forget the pattern, yarn or hook I was using, I find myself wondering about all those things when I pull out an unknown, half-finished project. Oops!
Sound familiar? Maybe I am the only weirdo who does this.
CROCHET PROJECT LABELS
A recent project purge put me over the edge and I decided to whip up some simple labels so I will never again have to frog an entire project due to my ignorance!
These simple crochet project labels have room for all the necessary information as well as the extra space for notes.
A few years ago I started separating my crochet projects into reusable shopping bags. This was helpful to keep projects separated and contained, but I couldn’t readily see which projects were in each bag. I found myself frequently going through each bag trying to find what I was looking for.
I also stumbled on another idea: Sheer Organza Bags! When I placed my first order with LoveCrafting last year, I was delighted to find they ship the yarn is pretty, sheer bags. I had about four on hand and realized they make perfect project bags. I found a listing on Amazon for a bulk order of 50 and ordered them, hoping they weren’t terribly quality. These were the biggest I could find, but I will stay on the lookout for bigger ones as well.
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If you don’t mind random colors (mine only came with cream, pink, blue, and white), they work perfectly! Between the labels and the sheer bags, I think I am finally going to get my WIPs organized in a somewhat coherent manner.
You can order the Organza Bags here on Amazon.
Download and print you crochet project labels here.
OMG! Thank you for “organizing” my thoughts! I usually put project notes on a post-it…but, some how it’s never enough or the right notes. Like most crocheters/knitters I have several WIPs all the time…and this will definitely save me time mentally sorting out and hopefully, the frogging!
I use Ziploc 2 1/2 Gallon size bags for many of my projects, especially the ones using more than one skein/color of yarn…lots of room for hooks, needles, scissors, rulers, tape…you get the idea.
Thanks for an awesome website!
You are very welcome! The frogging is so heartbreaking, so much time wasted :(
I recycle zipper pouches that bed sheet, curtains, and blankets/bedspreads are sold in.
That’s a great idea!
Please contact me about larger bags. I would love to help you!!
Do you sell large Organza bags?? I would love larger ones to fit blankets and larger projects in.
The simplest ideas are always the best! How have I lasted this long without these labels?!!? Thank you!
Right?! You are very welcome!
Thanks for your neat ideas.
You are welcome!
These project notes are so timely for me! I just opened an old WIP that had 2 sizes of hools lying in the bag bottom and no pattern for the shawl. And the organza bags are also a good idea. Thank you for these ideas. Now to get my act together & get my WIPs stored in a more organized manner.
You are so very welcome!
Thank you. It’s like you live in my crochet world. Why do I keep starting new projects before finishing another?
You are so generous to share so many creative ideas.
Right?! I just get bored and need a “break” so I like to move from one to another. But sometimes they get lost!
An excellent idea. Thank you
You are welcome!