As the calendar flipped from last year to now, we turned our attention to organizing our quilt world, and so have you. We’ve already discussed what to do when you spot a UFO, how to whip your WIPs into shape, and storage solutions for the studio. This week we’re gathering our handiest tools and notions to organize our projects in ways that make them easier to finish.
Wonder Clips are great helpers while working on a project, but they’re also great for organizing a project. Clip like pieces together, attach labels, and secure pre-made binding without using pins that leave holes and sometimes even rust.
Follow Emily’s tips for organizing a large sampler project, especially as you begin new Block of the Month programs!
Sometimes the best quilt helpers are right in front of you, and that’s certainly true of the ubiquitous sticky note.
Don’t put the sticky notes away quite yet. Sometimes as quilters we love a pattern, but want to make it in colors of our choosing. Emily walks you through how to relabel a pattern to keep your project clear and organized.
From working on new techniques to saving WIPs from turning into UFOs, use bags sized from pouches to totes keeps you moving forward on your projects.
Need some pouches and totes to get you started? Check out these beauties from shopAQS.com
What tools do you use to keep project organized? What’s your trick to finishing projects? Let us know in the comments!