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DIY Color Card for Fabric & Projects

diy color card for tracking fabrics

I have a free diy Color Card download to share with you today.

Do you ever want to track what fabrics you used for a project or wish you had a color card?  I started tracking my projects and fabrics with my own diy color card and it’s a great reference that I go back to… a lot!  I have two methods to my madness…

First I like to track the solids I use.  When I purchase any solids, I snip off a piece of the selvage and add them to my own diy color card.  This way when I want to refer back to them or need to purchase more of a color, I have a sample to go to. This is especially helpful with solids since there is no information on the selvage to refer back to later.

diy color card for tracking fabric

I also use this diy color card for projects.  When I start a project I like to make note (or a card) of all the fabrics I’m using ~ sometimes I run out of a fabric I need and the project might sit for a while (sounds familiar right?) then when I go back to it I don’t always remember what I used… no worries, I can just check the project color card.

Here is one I made for a holiday quilt I was working on…

diy color card for fabric and sewing projects

I use a glue stick to stick the samples on ~ easy and works great!

Then I put them all in a binder neatly tucked away!

diy color card for tracking fabric ~ sewing projectI hope some of you find this useful too!  There are two versions in the PDF, one for solids or general fabric tracking and one for projects.

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Diy fabric color card for sewing and quilting projects


10 thoughts on “DIY Color Card for Fabric & Projects”

  1. What a great idea! I’m very excited to receive your DIY Color Card for Fabric and Projects. Just today, I’ve been wondering just where such and such fabric is, and do I have enough of the right colors to use for a project that I want to make, etc. This would be a quick solution to my fabric concerns. Thank you!

  2. Hi Sheri, I’m moving your blog over to my bloglovin account so if you notice that I left the direct mail route, please understand that I’m still listening, watching, reading whatever you post!

  3. Thank you so much. I just subscribed after discovering your blog via The Crafty Quilter blog. I was scrolling back and enjoyed your Dear Daughter Quilt blocks. Something to think about.

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