{PATTERN WRITING} Writing patterns with both charts and written instructions

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My October designer newsletter went out this morning, and in it I included a new resource for designers that I am excited to share with you.

The one thing I see designers struggle with the most is how to present patterns that contain both charts and written instructions. The guide I’ve put together contains information on when and why you might want to include both charts and written instructions in your patterns, as well as how to organize and present the information so that it is clear and easy to follow for all knitters, no matter which set of instructions they choose to follow.

If you’re not on the list you can sign up here to get this new free resource!


And as always, here’s my tech editing availability for the coming month:

October 2nd – 8th: 2 spaces remaining!
October 9th – 15th: 6 spaces
October 16th – 22nd: 7 spaces
October 23rd – 29th: 9 spaces

Get in touch if you’d like to reserve a spot!

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