This post contains affiliate links, I will receive a small contribution, your shopping experience will not be altered. Thank you for helping my fiat. I don’t usually catch things right at the beginning of the craze, but I’m sure hoping I am on this one! Last night, I pulled out the knitting needles […]
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When I was a tester for Lorene Eppolite at Cre8tion Crochet, I also acted much like a tech editor, although I didn’t know it. As a member of Lorene’s small tester group, we would stitch up patterns before Lorene had published them. As we stitched, we would be reviewing the pattern for accuracy. After helping […]
I have a lot of hair. Yes, it’s thinned out over the years (and pregnancies), but there is still quite a bit of it. I am also blessed to be of Scottish descent and I have the head size to prove it. Therefore, most store bought hats NEVER FIT ME!! Even […]
“What is Contract Crochet?” you might ask. Basically, it’s asking someone else to make a piece for you. Whether you’re a designer who would rather design than stitch, or if you’re someone who saw an awesome picture on Pinterest but you don’t want to make it yourself, a contract crocheter can make it for you. […]
If you are local to the College Station, Texas region, I will happily join you for a crochet lesson. From beginners to experienced stitchers. If you are outside the area, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Children: I have helped as young as 7-8 year olds. I think younger than this would be difficult due to how […]
Technical editing is the process by which a designer asks for another set of eyes to evaluate a pattern for clarity and consistency. While I have been editing crochet patterns since only 2013, I have been developing my craft for 30+ years. My university education in sciences which relied heavily in data entry and statistics […]
This scarf pattern is designed to use one entire Caron Cake. I use a new crochet stitch that uses a v-stitch, and combines post stitches in a dc2tog. The result is some fabulous texture on both sides of the scarf developed all at once.
Unisex Textured Scarf Pattern for sale on Ravelry or Etsy.