Artists and writers are renowned for keeping notebooks as places to jot down ideas, make sketches, and remember things.
You can even find framed pages from artist’s notebooks in museums and books published that are facsimiles of some of these volumes.
But do you keep any yourself?
If not you might be missing out on great places to record stitches you see that you like, notes about canvases to buy, ideas for projects, or even cool ways to finish items.
Yes these days there are plenty of high-tech ways to create virtual notebooks but they don’t always measure up to the pencil and notebook approach.
Read in Sue Dulle’s post about her notebooks and go make your own.
About Janet M Perry
Janet Perry is the Internet's leading authority on needlepoint. She designs, teaches and writes, getting raves from her fans for her innovative techniques, extensive knowledge and generous teaching style. A leading writer of stitch guides, she blogs here and lives on an island in the northeast corner of the SF Bay with her family
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