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About Knot Your Nana's Crochet

This blog was started in November 2011 as a way to share my free patterns. I have come so far since I posted the Owl Hat. At the time this is written I now have 41 patterns/charts on Ravelry with many more to come.

I just wanted to let you all know that you are welcome to sell any item made from my patterns. Some designers don't like you to sell items made from their patterns but they are your items that you have taken the time to make. Not to mention the costs involved in making said item. So do what you want with them. 

Also in regards to my patterns I have added a Print Friendly button at the end of each post. You can now delete pictures by clicking on them and also text that you don't need. Hopefully this will save on the printing costs and make it easier for you than having to copy the text into a word document to print. I have also left the PDF and email options available as well. All I ask in return is you keep my URL somewhere on the page http://knotyournanascrochet.blogspot.co.nz/

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10 comments :

  1. Thanks for being kind enough to let crocheters sell items made from your patterns. I've always believed that if I sell an item made from a pattern, the buyers are paying for my labor and the cost of the materials used.

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  2. Patrice: that is how feel also. I usually charge for the yarn and about half my labor. I understand that people don't have allot of money but it does cost to have something homemade.

    I love to crochet. And know my cousin wants me to make her grand baby some baby boy items. She wants them to become heirlooms.

    I like some of your crochet items such as your booties. I will add your page to the card I send. I will also be doing that to other sights if I use their patterns if I use any if their patterns

    Thanks
    Lady Savage Crochet

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  3. Hello dear Lady. My name is Julie and I am very-very new in here. I just found you truly by accident. BUT! I DO LOVE YOUR CROCHET WORK WHAT YOU HAVE DONE UP TILL NOW - AND NO DOUGHT YOU WILL MAKE MANY MORE. I wanted to say, i have been knitting and crocheting for almost 65 years, so buy this you can almost know that I am not a young person. What is truly beautiful that it has been about 10 years now using the computer and it does take one all over the world. That is what I would like to ask you? If I may? Me, I live in England, but where are you? Please, only if you do not mind. Now, as it is very late here, I will close my little introduction about myself, so we can get to know each other just a little bit?? Thank you for your wonderful work that you have sharing with all of us. You are doing a wonderful work. You must be very proud of yourself - YOU SHOULD BE. Beautiful - and hard work. i have enjoyed it very much. Thank you again. Wishing all the very best crocheting year to you. Always: Julie

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    1. Hi Julie. Glad you like my work. I am in New Zealand. Thanks for asking.

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  4. I am excited to see you are a kiwi too!!! I'm a beginner but it has really helped lift my depression and I love your patterns and generosity. Thank you.

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  5. Hi I'm making my baby girl your bunny slippers for Easter and sorry but I got confused on round 4. It says to crochet in back loops only. Is that for just round 4 or throughout the rest of pattern. Thanks so much!!!

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    1. Hi there,

      That is only for round 4. For the rest of the pattern you will be crocheting in both loops again.

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  6. You are very generous with your patterns. Thank you so much. I've been meaning to crochet a blanket for my daughters newborn baby boy. Gosh, he will be one month at the end of the month. Time flies so fast. I wanted to ask if you have any animal, farm blankets. They live in Australia and I would like to make something not too tough, but nice. Have you anything you can recommend? Thank you again.

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    1. Hi there, thank you :) Congrats on your grandson, I bet you have been busy hooking him up tonnes of cute stuff. I do have a couple patterns that fall into that category but they are not free sorry. You can find them here:
      http://www.ravelry.com/stores/teri-heathcote-designs

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  7. Hi there!! Just wanted to say thanks for being so generous with allowing people to sell their finished products from your patterns! I for one have never been able to create my own patterns so I purchase others. I have several of your farm applique patterns and plan on buying the rest! Thank you again and your patterns are beautiful!!!

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