Tuesday, July 15, 2014

I built us another worksheet...



It's actually 3 worksheets in one:


  1. First page lists each item step by step, just as we saw them in the Starting From Scratch Wardrobe posts here on The Vivienne Files.
  2. The 2nd page sorts items out by color- Neutral #1, Neutral #2 etc.
  3. and the 3rd page sorts the garments in one table, and the accessories in a 2nd table.  Both of these fit on one page.
You can buy them - $1.99 - here:
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I have to pay to have them hosted...

If you find errors, please let me know and I'll fix things pronto pronto...

and thanks, so very much, for reading The Vivienne Files,
love,
Janice

20 comments:

  1. I think the link goes to the old 24-piece wardrobe worksheet, maybe?

    Bless you for all this work.

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  2. You are so amazing. I love that you do all this.

    DianeC
    www.LoveintheTimeofCancer.blogspot.com

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  3. It's all fixed now! Thanks for catching my boo boo, and being so patient with me!

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  4. Janice,

    Love your ideas. Please find more U.S. retailers so clothes can be ordered and returned if needed. You have a great concept! Kjestine

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  5. Could you please send an e-mail Witherspoon the worksheets? I have tried to fill in my address and credit card number but it doesn't work, provanläggning because I live in Sweden.

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  6. I mean of course *with and *probably.

    Wera

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  7. Janice, you know what I would just love to see? The readers submit their color palettes. I always love reading in the comments how readers are adapting things to their unique colors and a post showing reader's palettes would be a real treat. I recently made mine and would dig seeing how other readers visually organize their colors.

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  8. I like the idea of that too Eileen

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  9. Great work, Janice! I am certain this helps so many women who walk into their closets in a daze. You are amazing!

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  10. I have been following this blog for months. I am trying to update my wardrobe as I am getting older and have raised my children. Just purchased the worksheet and it is fantastic.

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  11. I've been reading your blog for months, and really love your ideas. I'm slowly working on my wardrobe and I've discovered I've bought way too many clothes. How many times have you heard that one? I've been doing my own spreadsheet for planning my seasonal wardrobes, and really liked your 24 piece wardrobe worksheet. However, I was a little disappointed that it was a PDF, not a spreadsheet. I know, you said worksheet, but I was looking forward to keying in my choices and revising it as I changed wardrobes. Any chance you could let us download the spreadsheet (if we've already bought the worksheet)? Thanks,. You are an inspiration!

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    1. Oops! Make that 'Starting from Scratch worksheet'. Sorry, but having spent my working years in IT, when I read worksheet and see the format, I think spreadsheet. It wasn't until I downloaded it that I saw my assumption was wrong.

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    2. Pat, it really IS a spreadsheet, but I don't want to scare away those among us that don't eat, breath and live data analysis!
      hugs,
      Janice

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    3. send me a note at theviviennefiles at gmail dot com and I can send you the Excel - sorry I didn't say that the first time!
      thanks,
      J

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    4. Thanks so much Janice. I love being able to enter my garment choices into the spreadsheet. It saves time, paper, it's easy to change and it's legible! Thanks so much for helping me get organized and pare down my clothing to a manageable size. I first saw a reference to your blog on Project 333. Otherwise, I don't know if I ever would have found it.

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