This is a digital file
Want to know what it takes to write a crochet pattern? Need some help starting out?
This 14-page PDF will give you everything you need to get started. From finding inspiration to final pattern production, this little book will be an excellent reference for you! There are clickable links throughout, and this document is text-only for easy printing and reading.
How to Write a Crochet Pattern is the nitty-gritty of the series on my website, and includes some extra references and chart-making materials.
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Patterns are downloads, and as such are not generally available for a refund.
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All patterns and digital downloads are copyrighted by Speckless/Heidi Nieling. Buyer is not allowed to resell, distribute, duplicate, or share these patterns or downloads in any printed or digital form. These items are for personal use only. Commercial use of these patterns is not allowed. Buyer IS granted permission to sell any handmade embroidered products (wall hangings, totes, shirts, etc.) or crochet items made from these patterns.
If you are selling an item made from any of my patterns, I surely would appreciate a little shout-out!
All patterns sold here assume that you have at least basic knowledge of starting, finishing off, and basic crochet stitches. I do welcome questions, but YouTube or Google may be able to help you faster and more thoroughly than I will be able to via convo or e-mail!
Crochet patterns are rated by one of four skill levels here (Beginner, Easy, Intermediate, Experienced), and skill level is displayed toward the end of each listing.
Embroidery patterns are not transfers -- you must transfer the embroidery pattern yourself. There are many and varied methods for this, as a Google search will show you! My personal preferred method is a soft, sharp pencil and a bright window. Embroidery patterns are the line art only for the pattern (no stitch instructions, color suggestions, etc.).