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So Many Printable Fashion Sketchbook Page Options! Your Favorite MyBodyModel Formats

With more than 10 printable fashion sketchbook page formats featuring your own made-to-measure body croquis, MyBodyModel is designed for a variety of planning styles and projects. We love to see how everyone puts their own spin on them! All page formats are part of the printable “Project Planner PDF” included with every purchase, which we’ve outlined in this quick video and this Table of Contents.

Here are the top MyBodyModel fashion sketchbook pages we see used time and time again. Which one is your personal favorite? Let us know in the comments!

3 Croquis Per Page

Our most popular printable fashion sketchbook page layout, by far, is the 3-models per page. It can be used to compare pattern views, visualize pattern modifications side by side, or even plan a mini-capsule wardrobe!

Whitney @whitneygetsdressed used the 3-model page from her MyBodyModel fashion sketchbook to sketch out neutral outfit combinations and picture her travel wardrobe.
Whitney @whitneygetsdressed used her 3-model page to sketch out neutral outfit combinations and picture her handmade travel wardrobe.
Nathalie @flowcouture.be planned to make multiple versions of a pattern and attached fabric swatches to visualize her makes using the 3 model page from her printable MyBodyModel fashion sketchbook.
Nathalie @flowcouture.be planned to make multiple versions of a pattern and attached fabric swatches to visualize her makes.
Fides @the_stitchers_tale used her 3 model croquis page from her printable MyBodyModel fashion sketchbook to break out of her comfort zone and plan a wardrobe with a bold & colorful new style.
Fides @the_stitchers_tale used her 3-croquis printable fashion sketchbook page to break out of her comfort zone and plan a wardrobe with a bold & colorful new style.

See more ways people are using the 3-croquis printable fashion sketchbook page! – Kathryn – Chuleenan – Megan – Andie – KariWhitney

Project Planner Pages

Designed to be used as a sewing planner or knitting planner, the printable Project Planner pages include multiple options. You can choose a page with labeled project categories or blank lined planner options. And, you can choose a page with the front view only, or a page featuring both front and back views:

Raylene @scarletstitchstudio used her hand-on-hip Project Planner templates to visualize a robe and dresses from the front and back and write down her make details.
Raylene @scarletstitchstudio used her hand-on-hip printable Project Planner templates to visualize a robe and dresses from the front and back and write down her make details.
Whitney @whitneygetsdressed used her Project Planner page featuring the front view of her hand-on-hip croquis to draw her knitting plans for a cozy winter sweater and skirt.
Whitney @whitneygetsdressed used her printable Project Planner page featuring the front view of her hand-on-hip croquis to draw her knitting & sewing plans for a cozy winter outfit.
Lisa @lisamargreet used two different printable fashion sketchbook Project Planner formats: one with the front and back view croquis to plan a Closet Core Cielo dress, and one with a single front view croquis to plan a Friday Pattern Company Adrienne blouse.
Lisa Margreet @lisamargreet used two different Project Planner formats: one with the front & back view croquis to plan a Closet Core Cielo dress, and one with a single front view croquis to plan a Friday Pattern Company Adrienne blouse.
Erica @mybodymodel got some fabric swatches and her single hand on hip pose croquis page to plan a button down blouse!
Here at MyBodyModel, Erica also got some fabric swatches and her hand on hip pose croquis planning page to plan this button down Daphne blouse by Style Sew Me patterns

9 Models Per Page & 12 Models Per Page

Whether you are looking to take part in a #makenine challenge or get started on those wardrobe plans, MyBodyModel’s 9 and 12 croquis printable fashion sketchbook pages are perfect visualization tools!

Rachel @so.sew.rach sketched up these #makenine plans on her 9 model planning page from her printable MyBodyModel fashion sketchbook.
Rachel @so.sew.rach digitally sketched up these #makenine plans on her 9 model planning page.
Sandra @sandrajtalbot1 has been using her 9 model planning page from her printable MyBodyModel fashion sketchbook to plan her spring/summer handmade capsule wardrobe.
Sandra @sandrajtalbot1 used her 9 model planning page to plan her spring/summer handmade capsule wardrobe.
Erica @mybodymodel has used her 9 model page from her printable MyBodyModel fashion sketchbook to sketch out her #makenine plans.
Erica @mybodymodel has used her 9 model page to sketch out her #makenine plans as well!
Whitney @whitneygetsdressed used her 12 model planning page from her printable MyBodyModel fashion sketchbook to plan an entirely handmade travel wardrobe for a month-long trip to Italy.
Whitney @whitneygetsdressed used her 12 model page to plan her packing list for an entirely handmade travel wardrobe for a month-long trip to Italy.
Erica @etesla used both her 9-models and 12-models pages from her printable MyBodyModel fashion sketchbook to get her wardrobe makes up on to her colorful moodboard!
Erica @etesla used both her 9-models and 12-models pages to get her wardrobe plans up on to her colorful moodboard!

1-Croquis Per Page: Paper Dolls!

Of course no talk of page formats is complete without mentioning the classic everyone knows and loves: the single MyBodyModel croquis page. We love the 1 croquis per page layout because it is perfect for designing a dream wardrobe, paper doll style!

If you're interested in learning drawing techniques to sketch on your personal made-to-measure MyBodyModel croquis, MyBodyModel's “Paper Dolls for Grownups” course is for you.
If you’re interested in learning drawing techniques to sketch on your personal made-to-measure MyBodyModel croquis, MyBodyModel’s “Paper Dolls for Grownups” course is for you.
Victoria @victoriamarchantknits used her croquis from her printable MyBodyModel fashion sketchbook to visualize & focus her knitting project ideas, paper doll style!
Victoria @victoriamarchantknits used her 1-croquis page to visualize & focus her knitting project ideas, paper doll style!
Amanda designed a spring 3×3 mini capsule wardrobe on her MyBodyModel paper doll
Amanda designed a 3×3 mini capsule wardrobe on her MyBodyModel paper doll.
Fides @the_stitchers_tale used her croquis from the 1-model page of her printable MyBodyModel fashion sketchbook to visualize bold and colorful new outfit combinations.
Fides @the_stitchers_tale used her 1-croquis page to visualize bold and colorful new outfit combinations.
Sarah planned her fall mini capsule wardrobe paper doll style with her single croquis planning page from her printable MyBodyModel fashion sketchbook.
Sarah planned her fall mini capsule wardrobe paper doll style with her single croquis planning page, as part of the #mybodymodel3x3 capsule wardrobe challenge.

A simple Front/Back croquis page

As we’ve made our way through your favorite MyBodyModel printable fashion sketchbook page formats, we wanted to highlight another favorite: the simple front & back side-by-side view. This page format is perfect for visualizing the front and back of a garment, especially one with interesting design details!

Julie @rljulie used her front and back croquis view to make choices for her knitting projects.
Julie @rljulie used her front and back croquis page to make design choices for her knitting projects.
Sierra @sierraburrell used her digital body model croquis and sketched out four front and back outfit views to “try on” different silhouettes, colors, and fabrics.
Sierra @sierraburrell uses her digital body model croquis to sketch out front and back outfit views to “try on” different silhouettes, colors, and fabrics. See more posts by Sierra here.

Which Printable Fashion Sketchbook Page Is Your Favorite?

All of these pages and more are part of the “Project Planner PDF” that’s included in every MyBodyModel purchase. Do you have a favorite page that you use the most? Let us know in the comments!

1 thought on “So Many Printable Fashion Sketchbook Page Options! Your Favorite MyBodyModel Formats”

  1. My comments are for Devon Garcia. I very much appreciate your clear and descriptive writing style. I give you an A. In everything, because I loved the article but particularly your little bio.

    We share the love and talent for writing, sewing, sustainability, singing and tea. (I love only Latin as a second language.) I’ve battled the chaos and defeats of a monster case of Bipolar I since childhood. While I’m accomplished and educated as the rest of middle class America, I envy younger people the promise of more time, more accomplishments and better health in which to enjoy them.

    I’m ashamed of my envy since God has provided so many amazing blessings as well. The dynamics of mental illness and the world of opportunity have collided over and over (thus the chaos). I am tired of envy.

    Along you come with that bio-blurb and make me wish for more again. I’ll try to chip away at envy in 2022 and please, child, enjoy and celebrate your many accomplishments! Today I am most intrigued by your work with MyBodyModel but in my eyes, anyone with a “Creative Content Coordinator” title is having a pretty good time. (My 31-year old blessing is in a similar position in Chicago.)

    Happy New Year, happy new blog post and happy life. Sincerely, Tracy Revalee

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