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Meet A Tech Editor

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” […]

USA Hat, New in Shop

    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 […]

Tech Edit History: Marnie the Misfit Mermaid

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 […]

Textured Bucket Hat (for a Lot of Hair)

        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 […]

Contract Crochet

“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. […]

Crochet Lessons

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 emily.tony08@gmail.com. Children: I have helped as young as 7-8 year olds.   I think younger than this would be difficult due to how […]

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