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 […]
UPDATE 4/27: I heard from Craft Yarn Council, Downloadable symbols are Basic, Easy, Intermediate, & Complex. In this first edition of the Tips from a Tech Editor series, learn the truth to Project Level definitions. It’s about stitches, not skill. The article previously published by Novella titled What’s in a Skill Level? written by yours truly […]
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 […]
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 yarn review.
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