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… More What’s in a skill Guest Post
Technical editors and designers, we are both people who need people. But we are often so different in our personalities and levels of introvert vs extrovert that we don’t travel in the same circles. Designers are often the people that are bubbling over with awesome new ideas and frequently claim that they aren’t “math people”… More Meet A Tech Editor
We Are Knitters yarn review.… More We Are Knitters, a Yarn Review
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… More Free Shopping at JoAnn’s
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Either organizing WIPS or creative brainstorming, there is a crochet planner for you. Read more for free & paid options and a coupon!… More Designer Tools: Project Planners
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… More Tech Edit History: Marnie the Misfit Mermaid
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… More Technical Editing Crochet Patterns