Dec 13, 2018


This is a datebook/journal that might or might not be the next item in the Spinster Stitcher Kidney Transplant Fund Shoppe:

The journals would cost $20 each.
Approximate US shipping cost would be $6.
International shipping quoted upon request.

Size: 5 1/2 X 8 1/2
Cover is heavy embossed textured card stock.
Embossed design is paisley. 
Text would be "Stitching 2019"
Pages include year at a glance:

month at a glance:

50 dot grid pages:

a contact page:

future years at a glance:

If ordered before December 20, they would arrive on/before January 31.

What do you think, Dearies?


  1. Why 50 pages of dots? Is this a scrap book thing or to play the dot game?

    Might have to sign up for this!!

  2. I think the dots make squares for designing your own charts, or re charting a section of a design? Perhaps 10 per inch graph paper? A brighter colour might be an idea. Things always drift to the bottom of my bags, and are harder to fish out if they’re dark coloured. Apparently the Pantone colour of 2019 is a coral/salmon hue. Turquoise seems to be a favorite right now also.
    I love the idea, and will be among the first in line!

  3. I just bought one very much like this on Etsy. Put yours up for sale as soon as you can because the OCD people like me are already setting up for next year. P.s.i wondered what all the pages of dots are for also. I am using mine to keep passwords and other info that may come up next year. I love to read your posts and check them every night. Keep on keeping on!

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    1. Hi, Brenda!
      I am an end stage renal patient, currently on dialysis, and waiting for a kidney transplant. I sell various stitchy related things periodically to earn money to help defray the costs of the transplant...when it comes. My portion of the costs will be pretty huge, so I am trying to prepare as best as I can.

  5. Very nice! And I think they match your dotted needle minders very well :)

  6. This planner is a take on a planner using the Bullet Journal method of planning devised by Ryder Carroll. The dot grid enables you to structure your goals, tasks, events, finances, and various things you would like to track in a way that makes sense to the user, whether on a monthly, weekly or daily basis. For more info you can go to Ryder Carroll's website or, if you really want to go down a rabbit-hole, check out Boho Berry, Amanda Rach Lee, or Shayda Campbell on YouTube or the BohoBerry website. The bujo community is vast and very artistic. Easy to get hooked!

  7. Any YouTube videos that have "Plan With Me" in the title are most likely bujo related.