What are the best sewing planners to use with your body-positive fashion sketch templates from MyBodyModel? The answer depends on your planning style. We believe there’s a perfect planning system for everyone – even planning rebels! Here are ten sewing planners that we love. This list features some of our favorite free & paid planners, including printable, digital, and spiral-bound options.
Which one’s your favorite? Did we miss any good ones? Let us know in the comments!
So, how to choose from all the wonderful sewing planners available?
Having so many options can be overwhelming. The important thing to keep in mind: There is no “right” or “wrong” way to plan your projects! It’s a win-win no matter what route you choose, and it’s completely okay to mix it up. By experimenting with different formats, you will discover what works best for you and your planning style. And maybe along the way, you’ll even discover “the One.”
Personally, I must admit I’m a bit of a commitment-phobe when it comes to sewing planners… I love them all! I’ve experimented with lots of printable formats – and by using a 3-hole punch, I can keep them together all in one binder so that I still feel organized, even if each page doesn’t match perfectly. I also love my bullet journal (check out these bujo posts if you’ve been wanting to give it a try)!
How about you? What sewing planners have worked best for you so far? Have you tried any of the sewing planners in this post, and did I miss any of your favorites? Let us know in the comments – I’d love to hear what you think.
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Erica is an obsessed garment sewist who founded MyBodyModel because she was frustrated that she couldn’t find any fashion illustration templates that looked like her. She loves coffee, fresh juicy markers, and faaaaabric. She lives in Portland, Maine, with her husband, teenage daughter, and very fluffy rescue dog.
When Erica asked me to be a tester for MyBodyModel, I was thrilled for more than one reason! Firstly, I couldn’t wait to see some patterns on a plus-size body. As a plus-size sewer it is often hard to see myself in the same clothes as the tall, willowy models on the covers of pattern
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