crochet

does anyone keep a crochet book and have written all your past project. i have done with my first pattern till now. pls tell and have a great day

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I am now…
Been crocheting for a long time, but never take any notes before… Everything just pops up in my head, through my fingers, and all done… Just like that…

I am now learning to slow down and trying to take notes…
In fact I am now in the middle of writing my pattern… Hoping it’ll be done soon… So… Wish me luck… :yum:

Congrats on yer first pattern! :hugs::two_hearts:

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I never thought until recently and I wish I had.
My mum got a knitting journal that was actually a crochet journal with the wrong cover and it dawned on me I should have one for my projects too.
How do you note them?

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I just got a book and wrote it down
Im a bit slow at writing and after a while it made me faster

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That’s what I use my journals for. :spiral_notepad:

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omg sammmmeee

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I don’t write down EVERY project, but I’m trying to be better at recording what I’m doing. I really like the crochet journals from Hobbii since they have blanks that you fill in, like hook size, yarn, yarn weight, yarn content, etc the things I tend to forget.

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If I’m doing a test pattern or a pattern from a website I do just so I can look back at it. Usually it’s just where the pattern is from, hook size. yarn and how long it took. Not anything to specific, but something I can refer back to if I want to make it again.

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It sometimes becomes irritating and boring

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But wherever i go i just take this pocket book so i can use it if there isn any internet

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All my pattern info is online.

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I used to use Ravelry until I left…
Throughout various times I keep trying to keep a physical notebook, but honestly I’m terrible at it… I also have a bunch of apps that I use and often keep track a little better than notebooks (I have used and crochet.land and knitting buddy and currently use row counter)

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That a good idea

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