You wish you had more time to sew every week. You have sewing projects you'd like to finish. You have new patterns you've never used and a fabric stash calling your name.
But there just isn't enough time in a day.
Fortunately, there is a way to fit your sewing time into your life. With a plan that you tailor to your lifestyle, you'll be able to not only fit in sewing time, but you'll know exactly what to do during your sewing time.
The Sewcessful Planner is designed to help you plan to sew, so you can sew the plan.
It's time to finish those unfinished projects, start and complete new projects and meet sewing deadlines without the overwhelm.
A 2019 CALENDAR
A Calendar For Your Convenience
Easily detertmine when and where you can squeeze in or intentionally set aside time to sew during the month.
PLANNING PAGES FOR YEARLY, QUARTERLY & PRIORTY SEWING GOALS
Narrow Your Sewing Goals From Yearly To the Goal That's Your #1 Priority
You'll determine all the things you'd like to accomplish in the new year, then narrow them down to decide what you should be working on, and when.
TRADITIONAL/TIME BLOCK TO-DO LISTS
Use the To-Do List That Works Best For You
You'll get a Traditional Weekly To-Do List and a Time Block To-Do List (which I'll explain) to help you plan your precious, and sometimes very limited, time to sew.
Sewcessful Planning Facebook Group
You'll get access to a private Facebook group where I'll share videos explaining each step of the Sewcessful planning process, answer questions and give you planning tips.
Also, we'll hold each other accountable and encourage one another. We'll help each other accomplish our goals.
Sewing Project Inspiration & Planner Pages
You'll have a place to keep your sewing inspiration that you can touch and feel. You'll also be able to organize the details for each of your sewing projects.
Stash Inventory & Organization Pages
Use the Stash Inventory page to keep a swatch of each fabric in your stash and its information at you fingertips.
Use the Stash Organization page to organize the details of each fabric in your stash and to document exactly where they're stored.
Record your alterations for each pattern in one place, making the information easy to find for future use.
Keep track of alteration amounts added to or subtracted from each of your patterns.