Free printable for your fabric!

Free printable for your fabric, so that you can always remember all the details: from, name, color, amount, weight, width, content, stretch and care. Stitched by Jennie

How many times have you found some fabric in your stash, but you can’t remember where you got it from? Or if you are like me, you can’t always tell what type of fabric it is, or all of the details. I have a solution for you! I made a free printable so that you can easily record all of the information about the fabric you buy.

Free printable for your fabric, so that you can always remember all the details: from, name, color, amount, weight, width, content, stretch and care. Stitched by Jennie

I recently got this beautiful teal Jersey Velour fabric from Southern Belle Fabrics. One of the amazing things about Southern Belle Fabrics is that they include a lot of information about their fabric in each listing. Using the information on the website, I was able to record the following information about my new fabric:

  • where it is from
  • name of the fabric
  • color
  • amount I have (and I plan on updating this as I use it)
  • weight
  • width of the fabric
  • content
  • stretch
  • any care instructions

There are some lines at the bottom so that you can add any extra notes. For this fabric I was thinking about possibly making the Tami hoodie from New Horizon designs, so I left that as a note.

Free printable for your fabric, so that you can always remember all the details: from, name, color, amount, weight, width, content, stretch and care. Stitched by Jennie

After filling out the fabric info card, just store it with your fabric. You can simply slide it between the folds of the fabric, or even safety pin it in place. Then, the next time you go to use your fabric, you will have all the important information right there to use.

Download your free printable here.

Free printable for your fabric, so that you can always remember all the details: from, name, color, amount, weight, width, content, stretch and care. Stitched by Jennie

This post contains affiliate links. Using my links will not cost you anything, but will give me a small percentage of the sale to help me to continue blogging and sharing my sewing adventures. I was given this fabric as part of the Southern Belle Fabrics Brand Ambassador program, all opinions are my own.

11 Comments

  1. This is going to be so useful! I’ve been thinking I need to start tracking my fabric but hadn’t gotten a chance to think about it yet. Thanks for saving me time 😉

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