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    Introducing Knitting Designers

    Hi all, I guess I will start this off, I am Kathleen Fields, I design knitting patterns, but... in saying that. I only have a couple published. One is the cabled fringed scarf photo on this thread. I love knitting cables, the more complicated the better. I plan on getting more done, but have discovered that there is only so much time in a day... lol... you can find all my designs on my work in progress website https://seasonedbygrace.com/ I am excited about meeting designers so we can chat and help each other out with pattern issues etc... <3
    Crochet and Knit Pattern Designer
    https://seasonedbygrace.com/

    #2
    Thank-you, Kathleen, for starting this thread. My name is Karen Walker, and I have a variety of patterns as well. At present, they can be found at Heirloomlaceknits on Etsy, but I hope to upload them here in the fullness of time. I would also like to express my appreciation to the couple who took their time and energy to establish this lovely website. Kind regards to all.

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    • rollinge
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      Hi Karen, Just looked at your etsy site...what amazing pieces you have! Where do you find the time ? Glad you found the site!

    • yarndemon
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      Wow, Karen, your designs are just incredible!

    • Karen
      Karen commented
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      Thank-you very much!

    #3
    I've just started designing for myself and I hope to publish in time... I just don't have much free time and the pattern will need a full re-knit before I feel comfortable sending it off to a tester or giving access as a free pattern perhaps. I really want to participate and offer something to this new community and I love what I made and I think it was such a fun knit that others would enjoy.

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      #4
      Hi! I started designing a year ago and love it. My second design was published by a magazine and I've done a couple more since. I found it hard to compete with all the designers and patterns on Ravelry and am hopeful this change will help that. At the moment my designs are not available until I can figure out my next course of action. That's okay... good things come to those that wait๐Ÿ˜‰

      ETA...my patterns are now available on my new website https://www.kayleendawn.com
      Last edited by kayleen; 08-05-2019, 08:11 PM.

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        #5
        Hi I'm Barb. I would not call myself a designer, but I have started getting into designing some of my own patterns. I have a shawl pattern that I did earlier in the year and had posted on Raverly. I did make it available on the previous version of this site. I am planning on making more designs in the future, just right now finding the time for everything can be difficult.

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          #6
          Hi! Iโ€™m Melissa, I have a few patterns available and one has been published. Only My Little Lamb is in Etsy right now. I had the others on R so I will be moving them to Etsy as well. I am hoping to begin working on a lot more designs. I am working on one at the moment for using minis ๐Ÿ˜Š

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            #7
            Hi everyone, I am Cheryl Beckerich and I am also a designer. You can find my patterns on my website, Cheryl Beckerich Knits. I also sell on LoveCrafts. The great majority of my sales have been through R, but I have stopped selling there!

            I am having a BOGO sale until July 31 on my website. use the coupon code: Freedom

            I look forward to getting to know to know all of you!
            I design and sell Cheryl Beckerich Knits knitting patterns for the hand knitter.
            Last edited by designercheryl; 07-23-2019, 03:38 PM. Reason: Grammer

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              #8
              Hello! My name is Diana Edstrom and I have been knitting for about 20 years.

              I started designing patterns a few years ago after taking a great Craftsy/Blueprint class Lace Shawl Design. Once I took that class, I realized that I needed to understand how to craft a well-written pattern so I took another class How to Say It.

              Since that time, I have published five patterns including 2 shawls, I Cowl, 1 Scarf and 1 Sock.

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              I enjoy the designing process and seem to constantly be thinking of what I can create next.

              You can find my designs in my Etsy Shop as well as on my Website

              We have a ranch in Colorado where we raise a herd of 33 alpacas, whose fleece we have turned in to yarn which I hand dye...you can find our yarn on my Etsy site as well.

              Happy trails,

              Diana
              Happy trails, Diana

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                #9
                Hi, All! I'm GenevieveKay of GenevieveKay Knits. You can find my patterns on my website: http://genevievekayknits.com. I've designed a variety of things from socks, to cowls, to my first top, but I *really* love color, so I've got a handful of colorwork yoke sweater patterns in the works and coming soon!
                One Girl's Quest to Knit All the Things!

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                #10
                GenevieveKayKnits Welcome! Thank you for sharing your website, your designs are lovely.
                Shelly in South Carolina

                "Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible." Dalai Lama

                US Gardening Zone 8B

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                  #11
                  The UFO Support group is having an October Finish-A-Long and the prize will be a pattern of the winner's choice (I will purchase on their behalf) from our Marketplace or "local" designers. Feel free to post in our Window Shopping thread.

                  https://fiberkind.com/sguncategorize...ossible-prizes
                  Last edited by FreedomLover; 10-01-2019, 03:10 PM.
                  Shelly in South Carolina

                  "Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible." Dalai Lama

                  US Gardening Zone 8B

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