2017 Creative Organizer: May Quilting Motif, Line Work, and Record Pages


Part of planning a quilt is planning the stitches that hold it all together. This month our Creative Organizer pages feature lots of ways to plan the quilting for your quilt projects. From motif development to record keeping, we help you organize your creating!

The Quilt Motif Development pages come in three sizes: 2″, 4″ and 6″ with 1/8″ grids. Use these pages to plan motifs for blocks, make up new motifs, or draft a design from a gridded image.

The Quilting Line Work pages help you plan straight-line quilting. Draw your quilt top on the grid provided. Use the legend at the top to indicate the color you are using to draw each type of line. For example, draw any stitching in the ditch you want to do in pink and color the box by ‘ditching’ in pink.

The Quilting Record pages provide a place to record how you quilted a quilt. Note any names of designs or general descriptions of the quilting along with images to help you remember for future use.

Get the May organizer pages here.

Get January through April’s pages here.

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I was wondering if the strange font on the “Quilting Line Work” and “Quilting Record” pages is intentional?

Hi Kate, The link has been fixed to go to the correct copy. Thanks for catching that! Thanks, Betsey


Wonderful! Thank you.