Author:
Jennifer Evans

Jen loves paper crafts including scrapbooking, cardmaking, stamping, diy parties and home decor. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her supportive husband and two children. As an artist her whole life, it wasn't until she walked into a scrapbook store eighteen years ago when she realized she could combine her love of mixed media with memory keeping! She has been creating with paper ever since. Jen works along side industry creative and product developer Heidi Swapp with American Crafts as her marketing specialist, educational assistant, and customer service support. Miraculously over three years ago, Jen met Jessica Carey of The Hook Nook to learn crochet and instead was hired as her assistant! Since then, she has helped The Hook Nook partner with American Crafts to bring a collection of products to the fiber industry. Jen is now working with Jessica as her COO and her passion to teach others to create often spills over into everything she does.

How to Add Pages to Your Yarn Passport

Maker
3/11/2020

One of the most asked questions I get is, "How can I add pages to my Yarn Passport?" It is easy to add more graph paper, photos, patterns and more to your Yarn Passport with this simple tutorial!

Today's tutorial will be using the We R Memory Keepers Planner Punch Board. This makes this task so much easier when having a custom punch for the job! However, you can go old school and just use a standard hole punch and line up your pages and punch it that way. That's how I did it as a kid in school. Ha! However, I am so glad times have changed and there are tools out there that make the job so much easier!

What pages can you add to your Yarn Passport? Here are some ideas!

  • This free The Hook Nook Yarn Check List created by American Crafts just for you! Just print it out to keep track of what yarns you have purchased and still need to buy for your collection!

Click here to download the PDF for free. For personal use only.

  • Purchase graph paper, cut it to size, and add it to your Passport for more pattern writing.

  • Need more pages to add finished project photos? Cut white cardstock to fit and add to your Passport.

  • Print patterns and add them to the Passport. When you go to print, change the size of printing by changing the percentage from 100% to 75%. This will make the image smaller so that you can trim your paper to fit.

  • Lined paper can be cut to size so you have more paper for journaling or use plain copy paper to make your own!

Be creative! You can add anything you want to your Yarn Passport to make it your own!

Supplies

Find all your supplies at JOANN. Click on the link to find it at a store near you or to purchase online!

The Hook Nook Yarn Passport

We R Memory Keepers Planner Punch Board

Paper

Directions

1. Cut your paper to 6 1/4" x 10" using a paper trimmer.

2. Set your Planner Punch Board by placing standard punches to slots 34, 44, 54.

There are numbers at the bottom of the board to show you where to place the punches.

Place your paper at the top of the board lined up near slot 73.

3. Place the top down and punch paper.

4. Flip paper over and line the edge again to punch the second set of holes. Line up the edge of the paper at the top, near slot 73 and flip the top down and punch it again.

Now you can fill up your book and be creative however you chose to use your Yarn Passport!

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