Labels, mærkater, banderoler og huskekort, du finder det hele her!
UFO [‘u:fo] UnFinished Object or WiP [wɪp] Work in Progress
In short: A WiPcard is a small memo to put with your unfinished crochet projects that you are currently not working on. The card holds all the information you need to pick up exactly where you left without the trouble of remembering the hook size you were using or the name of the yarn brand. I am always certain that i can remember – but really, I can’t! Read more about it here.
WiPcards are.currently available in two designs, Retro and Akvarel.
More will come, eventually. If you have any specific ideas or suggestions (no personal labels!), please don’t hesitate to email me or leave a comment below – maybe your suggestion is next on the drawing table! Also please contact me if you can translate into other languages than the ones already available, by email or in a comment below, I would love to share my Printables in as many languages as possible.
New stuff is already on the drawing table and I look forward to announcing it very soon. For now, it’s a surprise and I’m hoping you will like it.
Labels are available in three designs: Retro, Akvarel and freshly from the drawing board a special design for Christmas. I am very excited about them, they look gorgeous and can also be used for that special someone you care about. I’d love to know what you think of them!
Wash care cards to gift along with your handmade hugs. Write the temperature inside the washing symbol and fill out any relevant instructions. If your gift has buttons, you can sew an extra onto the card as well.
Please feel free to share and link to this post to tell all your friends about these fantastic Labels and WIPcards! But PLEASE do not link directly to the file or put up the files for download on your own blog/facebook/pinterest etc. Thank you 🙂
Danish versions also available for special occasions and knitting:
If you desire any of the designs to be available in english or another language, write me an email and I’ll see what I can do!
A big Thank You to @handmadebyyael for helping me translate into Swedish!
Thank you very much @cathgb14 for helping me out on French! Merci 😉
Thank you dear Noelia Roman for translating into Spanish! Muchas gracias <3