Crochet Pattern Writing Standards | The BHooked Podcast Episode 34

Consistent pattern standards set us all up for success.

No matter if you’re a crochet designer or someone who creates from a pattern, consistency in pattern standards will impact us all. For designers, we need to be aware of how a pattern should be written and makers need to be aware of what variances they will see from a pattern that wasn’t published professionally.

Today’s Guest

I brought on, Julie, from Accrochet to talk about the importance of consistency in pattern writing. She walks us through the key parts of a pattern where consistency is the most important. Julie has been in the pattern writing and translating business for ten years. She is a wealth of knowledge and shares so much with us today!

You’ll Learn

  • About Accrochet and its mission.
  • How Julie started her crochet and designing journey.
  • The key parts of a pattern that need to follow a standard.
  • How to write a professional pattern.
  • How to determine if a pattern is well-written.
  • Resources for designers to keep their patterns consistent and up to standards.

Now if you haven’t done so already, click on that play button at the top of the page to hear from Julie!

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Links & Resources

Find Julie @accrochet on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

Julie has a special offer for Bhooked Podcast listeners!

Enjoy a BOGO sale on Accrochet patterns with code welcome – only on Ravelry

To designers: Open up your patterns to a wider audience! Hire Julie as a translator!

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