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  • I'm stuck on this pattern and can't figure out what I'm suppose to do!
    A pattern is a recipe where we do our best to help you make an item that is based on our own design! Exact replica is hard to get since we may use different tools or yarn, or just have different stitching styles! But the goal of every pattern is to get as close as possible! 1: My first advice is to try to follow the written instructions even if they don't feel totally clear at first. Sometimes doing the steps will end up working out even if you don't understand the full picture! 2: Check the pattern instructions for common questions and solutions! It may have been something that was already answered during our testing and editing stage, and it's there to help you out! 3: My in-box is open! Email me any time at! I will do my best to help you out, or direct you to instructions you will need!
  • Do you have a video tutorial to go with the pattern I purchased?
    This feature is currently in the works and we hope to be launching our YouTube channel soon! For now, you can check me out on Instagram where I often will post videos of me demonstrating techniques I use in my patterns!
  • What exactly are stitch markers, and why do I need them?
    Stitch markers and progress keepers are both used to help you keep track of your progress, stitch instructions, and construction! The only difference is in how you use them. Stitch markers are typically smaller and sold in larger quantities to be used for tracking increases or special stitches in crochet and knit. Progress keepers are often larger and more unique and sold individually. They are used to hold the live stitch on crochet projects specifically. The locking progress keeper will prevent the live yarn from being pulled out so you don't lose those precious stitches. We find this the most helpful on long term projects, projects that will be moved or packed away, or any yarn project that other humans or animals may be around that might get tousled. 1: Locking progress keepers can be used to hold the live loop on your project, and can often double as a shawl pin when they are made of high quality beautiful elements. 2: A set of stitch markers can help you keep track of stitch counts or increases, or even instructions when doing a textured or lace project. 3: Both can be used for storing balls of left over yarn. make a slip knot on the outside end and slip a stitch marker through it and a few strands of the ball to secure it and keep storage neat and tidy! 4: Gifts! These charms make amazing gifts for crafters! Nothing touches a yarnies soul like someone thinking of them and buying them something beautiful that will actually make their crocheting or knitting even better! 5: Because they are pretty, and pretty things make life better!
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    An FAQ section can be used to quickly answer common questions about you or your business, such as “Where do you ship to?”, “What are your opening hours?” or “How can I book a service?” It’s a great way to help people navigate your site and can even boost your site’s SEO.
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