Record your spinning adventures

If you happen to be one of those crafters who likes to spin their own yarn, you know how frustrating it can be to create a great yarn only to never be able to make it again because you don’t remember what you did.

(Oh, no. That’s not me. Not at all. Ever. 🙂 )

Among the journals and logs I’ve created are a couple of spinning logs where you can keep track of your spinning projects and techniques so you can consistently produce a handspun yarn you loved again and again.

There’s plenty of space to mark down the details of the fiber you used – weight, type, preparation – and the specifics of the process – spin, wheel setting, etc. Write down the details of the yarn you ended up with and tape in a sample of the fiber and yarn for future reference. Additional spaces for naming your project, the date you first worked it, your plan for the yarn and your rating of the results.

There’s space for 50 projects in all with a handy index at the front for you to keep track of them all. Additional dot grid pages allow you to build your own lists to track things like your fiber inventory, techniques to try or tools.

  • Two-page spread with space for all the details of the project and process, notes and a sample
  • Build your own index in the front of the book so you can easily find handspun yarns you want to repeat
  • Track everything from fiber prep to the specific tools you use
  • Great gift idea for fiber artist, spinner, knitter or crocheter in your life
  • Glossy soft cover
  • Perfect-bound notebook
  • 6”x9” for easy carry
  • 110 total pages, providing space for 50 projects
  • Made in the USA

I have two different cover options right now – one with some cute toy sheep and another featuring some neutral colored roving and wooden drop spindles.