One of the good/bad things about my ongoing sewing room update is that it required packing up 90% of my craft supplies to get them out of the way. In the process, I discovered I have waaaay more crochet hooks and knitting needles than I really need. Whenever I buy yarn on impulse – and let’s be honest, that’s most of the time – I end up picking up needles or hooks to go with it just in case I don’t have the right size. To avoid spending money on (more) duplicates, I made myself a set of trackers to keep in my personal size Filofax.
The crochet hook tracker is just a simple notes page, and the knitting needle tracker has checkboxes for double point (DPN), circular (CIR) or straight (STR) needles. If you’d like your own trackers, you can download the printables here. Set your printer for double sided printing, short edge binding, and cut the finished pages out along the guide lines.
If you’d like the trackers in a different page size, leave me a note in the comments. If there’s an interest, I’ll make more version. Here’s to getting our crafty stuff organized in 2017!