Best Journals for Knitters

Knitting journal, knitting planner, knitting notebook, or logbook no matter what you call it it’s a useful tool for knitters!

There is a lot to keep track of when knitting. If you don’t take notes to remember how you did decrease, which needles you used, and such things you may end up forgetting.

There are a bunch of cute knitting themed journals and notebooks available out there. These are my top picks journals for knitters. The best, funniest, prettiest, and most practical notebooks I could find!

(I also have a post about the best crochet journals, if that’s more your thing!)

8 best knitting journals

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My knitting journal a project notebook for your knits

My Knitting Journal

This bright and colorful knitting journal is perfect if you like to have a journal where you can fill in the blanks. It has some really good features like:

>> Project pages and yarn stash list
>> Graph pages
>> Reference information like abbreviations and wraps per inch on the cover inside
This journal is a 6″ x 8″ / 15,3 x 20,3 cm, paperback with 160 pages.

Some of the knitting journals I designed, get yours from my Redbubble shop

Knitting notebooks designed by me!

Jay! I have finally found the courage to put up a Redbubble shop to share my designs with you guys!

While I’m a yarn crafter at heart, I also like to dabble a bit in other artsy things like drawing and graphic design.

These are notebooks and don’t come with any templates or other kinds of resources. Instead, it’s a blank canvas for your to fill with notes, sketches, or whatever you like!

The books are spiral bound which allows the pages to lay flat when you leave the notebook open instead of flipping by themselves.

I have made a bunch of different knitting themed designs, feel welcome on over and check them out!

Like to make your own color knitting patterns?

This notebook has a clean cover with a reverse stockinette image on it and 100 pages of graph paper inside. Perfect for knitters who like to draw their own graphs for colorwork!

I usually print graph paper, but I’m a bit lazy when it comes to putting them in my knitting binder. This laziness often results in lost ideas or my graphs getting a redesign by my kiddos… This one definitely makes it to my wishlist this Christmas!

An image of the Yarn It! knitting and crochet journal

Yarn It! A knitting and crochet journal

Remember all the details about your knitting and crochet projects with this easy to fill-in journal.

Keep track of important info about which supplies you used to create your masterpiece. There’s also room to include a yarn sample and an image of the finished product too!

The spiral binding makes the journal lie flat when you write or read in it, which is nice!

Knitting journal with sheep watercolor painting on the cover

Beautiful sheep knitting planner

Organize your makes with this knitting planner by knitwear designer Simone Kereit of OwlCat Designs. This nifty little book over 60 project pages with space for yarn info, pattern, gauge, and modifications you made to the pattern.

There’s also a universal weekly planner, per item planner pages, and yarn shopping lists.

The back of the booklet contains pages to record measurements for people you like to knit for, a needle conversion chart, standard yarn weights, and a page with approximate yardage amounts for different types of knitting projects.

Your next read!
––> Best gift for knitters – in three price ranges!
––> Printable knitting project sheets
––> Knitting project bags – a buyers guide