by Emma Thomas-McGinnis, artist & quilter

Printable Quilt Journal Pages

Do you keep a journal of the quilts you make? Some have a photo album, others a notebook, etc., etc. But if you’re looking for a nicer way to keep track of your wonderful quilting projects, consider this. I keep a big 3-ring binder with pages in sleeves that have quilt info and photos on them. I love my quilt journal, it gives me great pride to leaf through and remember all the projects I’ve made…and sometimes get inspiration for the next ones!

If you’d like to try, download my blank quilt journal pages (pdf) and see if you like them!  Fill them out according to your quilt projects and start documenting your talent!

7 Responses

  • avatar Lee says:

    I am looking for a way to get our quilters keep a log or record of their unfinished projects, then finish them. We are also thinking of putting a piece of fabric in a brown paper bag and someone takes that bag home and has to make something out it and bring it to our next meeting… we just need a way to change up the way we want our quilters to get involved and have fun doing it.

    kind regards,

  • avatar Susan says:

    great idea! I was looking for quilt journal ideas and this one looks very do-able, nice and neat and organized, thanks!

  • avatar Kathleen says:

    Not only did we take photos of our UFO’s, but when completed, we were issued a UFO pin from one of the companies that make pins. Of course we ordered and paid for them, but they were adorable

  • avatar Brenda says:

    Thanks for answering my problem before I knew I had one. Now all my projects will end up recorded and in one place. Great Idea.

  • avatar Jennifer says:

    The link to download leads to a blank page.

  • avatar Vickie says:

    Download leads to blank page for me too

  • avatar Peggy Evans says:

    Thank you so much for this free printable! I am always torn on how to document my quilts and keep going round and round with myself and the documentation never seems to get done. Now when I start a project I print off the journal page and keep it with the project until it is complete! Not only do I have that handy page ready for jotting notes down or putting scraps on it but it works as a “label” for my project boxes.

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