I love using track changes in Microsoft Word when editing patterns. It’s so easy to mark a typo, or select a stitch count and add a comment like “I didn’t get the same number as you.” This presents the designer with a document where she (he) can see exactly what needs to be addressed. The […]
Convertible Crochet By Doris Chan, A Book Review
Gorgeous pictures and lacey designs are often overwhelming for me to attempt to stitch. Find out how I overcame that anxiety and made several pieces from this book. This post contains affiliate links. When you use links, I receive a minor commission. This helps support my blog and free content to you and it doesn’t […]
What’s in a skill Guest Post
For both designers and stitchers, I have a guest post over on Made by Novella, that is all about that “skill level” that’s listed on patterns. This post is part of her series on “How to read a crochet pattern.” Be sure to check it out and show Novella some love! While you’re there, check […]
We Are Knitters, a Yarn Review
We Are Knitters yarn review.
Free Shopping at JoAnn’s
This article contains my personal referral link. Using it will benefit me and you! Read along. I’m about to go to JoAnn’s with a $20 gift card for free! I will also be using the $5 stash cash I earned a few weeks ago, so it’s really like $25. This gift card didn’t come from […]
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