2020 Quilter’s Planner on sale

It’s already time to start thinking about 2020 and how to stay organized in all categories of your life. Do you have a favorite planner that you use? I’ve been using The Quilter’s Planner for the past three years and now I can’t live without it. They’ve just started taking pre-orders for 2020, and I’ve got mine ordered.

The Quilter's Planner for 2020 includes a magazine!

They’ve made some changes to the planner for next year. First, the size will be smaller; it’s now 7″ x 9″. You can customize your planner with different weekly calendar layouts such as horizontal, vertical, graph paper and dot paper. You can choose weekly start days of Monday vs. Sunday and pick your favorite cover design.

The Quilter's Planner, 2020 allows you to customize your weekly calendar pages.

They also have some new accessories that will make your planner more efficient and easy to use. There are clip-in bookmarks for your shopping list, to-do list, and meal planner as well as stickers, stick-on pen and pen holder and more.

The Quilter's Planner for 2020 has some awesome accessories.

When you preorder The Quilter’s Planner (affiliate link) this month, you’ll get 10% off your order, and 1 free Pocket Notes Mini Planner. I’m always excited to start the year off with a fresh planner. I probably use mine more at the beginning of the year, but I always use the monthly calendar pages to keep my schedule organized. You can read more about how I use my planner here.

The Quilter's Planner from 2018 being used to keep life organized by The Crafty Quilter

I’m excited to start planning some new projects on the blog for next year. I have a few ideas that I’ve been playing with, but I’d love some feedback from you! Is there a project or technique you’d like me to introduce next year? Maybe an ongoing challenge or theme such as Christmas, a block of the month, a monthly busy book tutorial, etc? Let me know in the comments and I’ll keep it in mind when planning next year’s blog activities.

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  1. Julie, will you be presenting us with a UFO/WIP sheet again for 2020, Althugh U did not participate in your challenge/contests for 2019, it really helped me to organize and get things done. I surprised myself at what I accopmlished this past year. Thank you!

  2. I use both a planner and phone calendar. The planner stays mostly on my desk and have been trying to us my phone more so that I don’t double book play dates with my friends and family.
    Would you do a bargello tutorial?

  3. i had purchased a cute planner one year at a craft store and never utilized it as intended. 🙁 I currently carry my UFO sheet I printed out from you at the beginning of the year (and have added to it) as well as a small Meade notebook to write down craft/project ideas seasonally and for gift giving…i’ve been using this same book for 3 years now. ON a daily basis I’m writing things down on post-it notes at my desk at work on things to do..and most times never get done. hahahhaha. I enjoy seeing ALL your projects, and have made some. I am a seasonal decorator of sewing and craft projects. BOM i would prefer than block of the week…. from mini quilts to throw pillows, table runners/toppers, would love to quilt a long with a year of variety. Thanks so much for the time you share……

  4. Hi Julie, I am very interested in the busy book you have shared in past posts and for which you have set yourself a deadline this month (if I’m remembering right?). I’m really excited to see it finished and would love if you offered it as a BOM or tutorial or pattern for sale.

  5. Planners like this were good to use years ago but now with the use of smart phones, we can have all of this and more. Plus, we carry a phone with us at all times. I would not want to carry this we me all the time. I realize for some this is something useful but for me, no.

  6. Hi Julie, I would love for you to tell how you figure the wide fabric backing for the quilt size that has been made instead of using regular yardage. Love your site and all your tips and ideas.

  7. Hi Julie,

    Anything Fall (not Halloween) and Christmas. I love all your tutorials and look forward to reading your blog. Thank you.

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