I love rigid heddle weaving, and find I can get carried away with what I am doing on each project. Trouble is I very short memory, and when I go back into projects - even though I have kept notes, I find there is always something vital I have missed out.
Can anybody point me in the direction of some pre-printed project work sheets?
On this site, under the heading "Magazine", you'll see "Submissions." Click on that and you can download a Project-at-a-glance form. The form is required for magazine articles, but I keep an extra one on hand for general record keeping.
Thank you so much - extremely useful...
Hey, Sarah, thanks for pointing that out! It does point out that we could use a better project worksheet form. I think we used to have one posted long ago, so I'll put that on my to do list!
Oh thank you so much for all your help.... really appreciated, and sorry to add to your workload...
Shani, Hacylon yarn sells a form that is very nice, but if you go to Jane Stafford Textiles (google it) and look under "useful information" she has a free one you can print off
Deb Chandler's book, Learning to Weave, has a good project record sheet in it. Many guilds will have project information sheets available as well.
How about an app you can fill in details of the yarn, weave structures and other details and add a picture when it's done? I'd like to be too keep track of my projects that way but there doesn't seem to be anything geared to online.