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Creating a Knitting or Crochet Pattern: A Mini Course

Are you a designer longing to create your own knitting or crochet patterns but don’t have a clue where to start? Have you beaten the fear of failure and your urge to create has become something you can no longer ignore, or push away? Grab yourself a cup of tea, or your favourite tipple, and […]

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Help Me! Why I use a Tech Editor

When I wrote out my first knitting pattern it was a really simple one. I had been writing and editing training courses and manuals for years (decades in fact) so I self edited. I hear a rush of air as you all take a huge breath in and step away in shock! I know everyone […]

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The Role of a Tech Editor

There are many indie knitting and crocheting Designers in our Yarny World these days, each with their own way of doing things. The job of a Tech Editor (TE) is to check their patterns to make them as concise and easy to use as possible. It doesn’t matter how many time a Designer checks over […]

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