Best Crochet Journals

The best crochet journals – which is your favorite?

Crochet journal, notebook, planner, project tracker… We find many names for what we love, right?!

No matter what you call them, crochet journals are an easy, practical (and often cute!) way to keep track of your crochet projects!

We all like to track our project in different ways, therefore I have included some planners that are more of fill-in-the-blanks type of books. Others have a little more room for creativity and some are blank canvases for you to write and sketch in as you like.

In this post, I have gathered the best crochet journals I could find! I hope you find something you like 🙂

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A year of crochet and knitting projects

This journal is designed to help you dream, plan, and organize 12 projects throughout the year.

You get space to set project goals, track progress, manage time, and works-in-progress (WIPs). Each project has four pages to keep record the details: pattern info, yarn requirements, gauge swatches, due dates and tasks, supply list, and more. 

<> Get inspired to start AND finish your projects with project sheets, tracking logs, and beautiful knitting and crochet photos
<> Keep track of classes, gifts, needle and hook inventory, and so much more
<> Spiral-bound and tabbed for ease of use

Pretty floral crochet planner

This planner makes me think of spring and summer. Just look at all the cute flowers!

This book is 134 pages and has sections for:
<> Your crochet projects. Each project gets a spread with room for project details, notes, attaching a photo and yarn samples, etc.
<> Yarn and hook inventory
<> Crochet shopping lists

Retro gingham crochet journal

This notebook is actually my own design! I love yarn crafts and design both, so this cute notebook is like a mashup of some of my favorite things.

This is a notebook and doesn’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 book is spiral bound which allows the pages to lay flat when you leave it open instead of flipping by themselves.

So, if you like a spiral-bound notebook with a cute hardcover and lot’s of space to write about your projects, make this blogger happy and get the book from my Redbubble-shop 🙂

Beautiful handmade journal

This beautiful journal is handmade by artist Jessica Harvey. The cover has a nice floral design on the outside and spiderwebs on the inside You also get a matching spiderweb bookmark!

The book has 60 pages of 6″x5″ blank drawing paper to take notes or draw on. This book doesn’t have any reference pages or templates to fill in, this book is for anyone want to create their own crochet journal!

Customize your notebook

How fun is this? If you’re a multi crafter, you will love this notebook!

You get a notebook you can sew on, string in three colors, and pattern suggestions. Just grab a needle and get decorating.

I bet you will smile every time you get this book out to write down your latest crochet adventures!

12-month crochet planner kit

This planner kit from Boye includes all you need for planning and keeping track of your crochet for a full year. All in a pretty colorful design! This is the perfect gift for any crocheter 🙂

You can use this as a regular planner, it has monthly and weekly spreads as well as project pages and a lot of crochet resource pages.

The 12-month crochet planner kit from Boye includes:
<> A planner that includes monthly and weekly spreads with tips and tricks, project pages, inventory pages, stitch symbol library, crochet basics, measurements, and more.
<> 5 sheets with cute stickers for decorating your planner
<> 3 see-through pockets for swatches, yarn samples, photos, etc.

“I crochet so I don’t kill people” crochet journal

I have a love-hate relationship with this saying, I have to admit that’s because it sometimes feels a little bit too close to the truth. Especially if you trade crochet for knit…

I which case it’s a funny crochet journal and everything that makes me smile is a winner in my book.

This journal has room for 60 crochet projects. Each project gets a spread, where the first page is for pattern details, a sketch, and taking notes and the second page is a graph paper

This journal also has space for hook and yarn inventory.

Get My Maker Journal for free!

My Maker Journal is made to suit any type of craft project. If your a multi-crafter this may be perfect for you. You can print this over and over again and use it for all your different projects like crochet, knitting, sewing, paper crafts, clay, beads, or whatever your thing is.

Download and print the twelve-page pdf, put the pages in a binder and you’re ready to go!

The best part? It’s completely free to download and use. But LoveCrafts have a lot of beautiful yarn and patterns so be sure to take a look when you’re there.

Beautiful crochet Journal

A lovely crochet journal for recording all your projects. This one is a fill-in-the-blanks kind of book with one project per page.

There are boxes for writing down your project details such as pattern, hook, yarn, gauge, etc. A box for adding a yarn label or sample and one for a sketch or photo of your project.

This journal is 6 by 9 inches ( 152 X 229 mm) and has 110 pages.

Your next read:
––> Printable crochet planner pages If you like to plan your crochet project on pages and put them in a binder this might be something for you!
––> US vs UK crochet terms
––> Best gifts for crocheters!