I just printed out the photos of the last 35 quilts I have made. I was pretty surprised to see how many I have made in less than two years. Some are just mini quilts, but most are lap sized or larger.
How do you keep a record of the quilts you have made? I bought this Quilt Journal a few years ago when I went to my first Road to California quilt show. I like filling the pages up with photos and notes about each quilt. I have been a scrapbooker for over 20 years. I love keeping a tactile journal of family events and travel experiences so that some day, when I am gone, future generations will be able to see and read about what was important in my life. That is also why I blog.
This journal has the records of the first 60 quilts I have made. Of those 60 quilts, 43 have been gifted or donated to charities. That makes me very happy. It's also fun to see how my quilt style has evolved and also how my quilt photography has improved.
I really wanted the same, simple journal that I had before, but I could not find it anywhere. This one has a lot more room to write and is a little larger, but I will enjoy filling the pages with photos and memories.
I better get busy filling those pages with the memories of making each quilt before I forget. It's also exciting to think I am getting close to the magic number of 100 quilts completed!