Craftsy Patterns FAQ


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Questions From Pattern Designers

Why does Craftsy feel it’s important to support independent pattern designers?
I already sell my patterns on other sites. Why should I sell them on Craftsy, too?
What is a Craftsy Pattern Store?
Does Craftsy charge me to list my patterns for sale?
How do I sell my patterns on Craftsy?
How can I sell MORE patterns on Craftsy?
How can I find my patterns after I upload them to Craftsy?
Can I also publish the patterns I have on Craftsy on other sites?
When I post my patterns on Craftsy, do I maintain the copyright for the pattern?
How does Craftsy handle potential copyright concerns?
Is there a limit to the size of the PDF file that I upload for my pattern?
Can I upload multiple PDF files for one pattern?
I do not see an appropriate category or item classification for my pattern. What should I do?
Why do I need a PayPal account to sell my patterns on Craftsy?
Can I offer patterns for free on Craftsy instead of selling them?

 

Questions From Pattern Buyers

Why does Craftsy feel it’s important to support independent pattern designers?
After I purchase a pattern on Craftsy, how will I receive it?
If I have trouble downloading a pattern, what do you suggest that I try?
If I lose the PDF after I buy a pattern on Craftsy, how can I get access to it again?
Can I sell the item I make from a pattern I get on Craftsy?
How can designers sell patterns for “established” or “traditional” designs?
Are there any system requirements to use Craftsy?

 

Answers For Pattern Designers

 

Why does Craftsy feel it’s important to support independent pattern designers?

When you buy a pattern from an independent designer, you not only get exceptional creativity and quality, but you make a choice to support a real person (and their small business). By supporting our independent pattern designers, we’re able to deliver on the values that matter most to our community, such as:

  • Variety and originality: When Craftsy members look for patterns, they want something unique and inspiring. Indie designers are constantly pushing the cutting edge of creativity, introducing new patterns and techniques for all to enjoy.
  • Personal connection: As we’ve seen with our online classes and workshops, Craftsy members love being able to communicate directly with designers and experts. It simply feels good to make a connection with the creative person behind the patterns you love. What’s more, it’s a lifesaver when you get stuck and need a little expert help.
  • Support for small businesses: Independent designers make a living by selling their creative ideas to other passionate crafters. Supporting indie designers directly fuels local economies and helps keep a lot of creative businesses thriving around the world.

I already sell my patterns on other sites. Why should I sell them on Craftsy, too?

As an independent designer, you want to get your patterns in front of crafters who are looking for inspiration. You look to get the most out every sale, and you seek maximum exposure. That’s why we’ve made Craftsy free for indie designers to sell their patterns. When you sell your patterns on Craftsy, you can rest assured knowing that:

  • It’s free. Buyers buy directly from you via PayPal. Craftsy does not charge any fees, nor do we take any commissions.
  • It’s hassle-free. You use a simple form to set up your lovely pattern sales pages, and Craftsy handles the rest. Buyers download your pattern directly (no email headaches, no mailing anything). You get paid immediately.
  • You get your patterns out to a vibrant craft community. With more than a million Facebook fans and 500,000 monthly visitors, Craftsy is a rapidly growing marketplace where you can connect with a lot of potential buyers.
  • You create an ongoing relationship with your customers. Your followers get notified every time you post a new pattern. Buyers are encouraged to post photos of finished projects and review your pattern. Popular patterns can gain even more attention on leaderboards, increasing sales and reputation within the community.

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What is a Craftsy Pattern Store?

It’s where you sell your patterns. As a pattern designer, you sell your patterns on Craftsy by uploading your patterns, descriptions, and photos. These become your Craftsy Pattern Store. You can visit your store anytime to view pattern sales, edit pattern information, finish your saved pattern drafts, and delete patterns.

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Does Craftsy charge me to list my patterns for sale?

No. Never. No way. Absolutely not. In other words: It’s free. Craftsy does not charge any fees or commissions for designers to list or sell their patterns on Craftsy. Buyers purchase directly from you using PayPal, so all payments will be made immediately to your PayPal account. Note that different PayPal accounts may charge fees or commissions, though these are usually nominal. Again, though, those are PayPal’s fees; not ours.

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How do I sell my patterns on Craftsy?

To get started, visit Craftsy Patterns. Click on the “Add a Pattern” button to review information on how to upload your patterns for sale and create your Pattern Store on Craftsy. You can upload as many patterns as you want to your Pattern Store. You can visit your Pattern Store anytime to view pattern sales, edit pattern information, finish your saved pattern drafts, and delete patterns.

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How can I sell MORE patterns on Craftsy?

Check out our blog on How to Sell More Patterns on Craftsy, and the Web.

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How can I find my patterns after I upload them to Craftsy?

You can get back to your published patterns and saved drafts any time. To find your published and draft patterns, log in to Craftsy. Then click your name or profile image in the top right corner of the page. Click on your “Pattern Store” tab within your Craftsy profile.

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Yes, you maintain all copyrights to your patterns. In fact, when you upload a pattern to Craftsy, we require you to confirm that you own the content and have the right to sell the pattern.

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All pattern designers who sell their patterns on Craftsy agree to the Craftsy terms of use when they upload a pattern, declaring that the designer has the right to market and sell the creative content they are providing. When a designer provides evidence of their own copyright being infringed upon (as described in Section 4(J) of the terms of use), we follow a strict resolution process and follow up immediately with both parties. If you have concerns about a pattern listed on Craftsy infringing on your own copyrighted material, please contact patterns@craftsy.com.

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Can I also publish the patterns I have on Craftsy on other sites?

Yes, you can absolutely continue to sell your Craftsy-listed patterns on other sites.

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Is there a limit to the size of the PDF file that I upload for my pattern?

You can upload PDF files up to 10MB. Please note that, depending on the bandwidth of your internet connection, files over 5MB may take up to five minutes to upload. Also, there are several ways you can potentially make your PDF files smaller and more manageable for your buyers. For instance, see below:

If you have Adobe Acrobat ® Professional, you can use some of these tips to create leaner PDFs »

If you use a Mac, you can use the Preview tool to reduce the file size »

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Can I upload multiple PDF files for one pattern?

Craftsy currently only supports patterns that include a single PDF. If your pattern includes multiple PDF files, one option is to combine them into a single PDF file that you can upload on Craftsy.

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I do not see an appropriate category or classification for my pattern. What should I do?

If you feel there is not a fitting category for your pattern, please classify it as “other.” However, rest assured that we continue to add classifications and types as we see demand for them. We encourage you to send us a suggestion for a new classification at patterns@craftsy.com.

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Why do I have to have a PayPal account to sell my patterns on Craftsy?

Buyers purchase patterns directly from you using PayPal, so all payments will be made immediately to your PayPal account. Craftsy does not handle the transaction, nor do we charge any fees.

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Can I offer patterns for free on Craftsy instead of selling them?

Yes, the Craftsy community loves free patterns! To offer your free pattern on Craftsy, go to the Craftsy Patterns page and follow the steps to submit your pattern. As part of the process, you will be asked “Is this pattern free?” Simply confirm that it is, and your pattern will be free to any Craftsy member!

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Answers For Pattern Buyers

 

Why does Craftsy feel it’s important to support independent designers?

When you buy a pattern from an independent designer, you not only get exceptional creativity and quality, but you make a choice to support a real person (and their small business). By supporting our independent pattern designers, we’re able to deliver on the values that matter most to our community, such as:

  • Variety and originality: When Craftsy members look for patterns, they want something unique and inspiring. Indie designers are constantly pushing the cutting edge of creativity, introducing new patterns and techniques for all to enjoy.
  • Personal connection: As we’ve seen with our online classes and workshops, Craftsy members love being able to communicate directly with designers and experts. It simply feels good to make a connection with the creative person behind the patterns you love. What’s more, it’s a lifesaver when you get stuck and need a little expert help.
  • Support for small businesses: Independent designers make a living by selling their creative ideas to other passionate crafters. Supporting indie designers directly fuels local economies and helps keep a lot of creative businesses thriving around the world.

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After I purchase a pattern on Craftsy, how will I receive it?

Once you buy a pattern via PayPal, you’ll be brought to a page where you can download it as a PDF file. You won’t ever have to worry about waiting for a pattern to show up in your email inbox or your mailbox.

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If I have trouble downloading a pattern, what do you suggest that I try?

First, if you don’t already have it, you may want to download the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader. We have heard from many members that this makes a difference for viewing any PDFs (both on Craftsy and everywhere else on the Web). Second, you might try closing and re-opening your Web browser, or opening up a different Web browser (such as Chrome or Firefox).

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If I lose the PDF after I buy a pattern on Craftsy, how can I get access to it again?

You can access your downloaded patterns any time. To find your patterns, log in to Craftsy. Then, click on your profile image in the top right corner of the page. Select the “Pattern Library” tab within your Craftsy profile.

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Can I sell the item I make from a pattern I get on Craftsy?

In most cases, pattern designers would say their patterns are for personal use only and not resale. We would always strongly recommend that you ask the designer before you sell your finished product to avoid potential future issues. If you build upon the skills you learned from your pattern, and change the finished item significantly, it may not be a violation of the designer’s copyright for you to sell it.

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How can designers sell patterns for “established” or “traditional” designs?

Many patterns (in particular, quilt patterns) often leverage well-known traditional designs or blocks. Pattern designers may choose to create their own unique combination of process, technique and/or enhanced design – and package it for sale. The designer does not have the copyright on the traditional design, nor do they claim to. However, they may have a copyright or IP related to their own creative additions to the design. Regardless, shoppers on Craftsy are free to decide if the designer’s unique spin is worth purchasing, or seek out the traditional design somewhere else.

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Are there any system requirements to use Craftsy?

Yes, but the good news is you likely already have everything you need. Craftsy is best when used on a computer manufactured in the past couple of years, and that has a good broadband internet connection (not dial-up). We also highly recommend using the latest version of Firefox, Safari, or Chrome as your internet browser, though recent versions of Internet Explorer will work as well. Craftsy (and most other sites) looks its best when your screen resolution is 1024 x 768 or larger.

202 Comments

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  1. Virginia

    I have created images that I sold as rubber and digital stamps. Can I use these same images as patterns? If so, Can I sell them in sets? Is there a fee for the designer we have to pay like a membership fee? I know there is no charge or commission.

    • Stefanie Japel

      Hi Virginia, If you can get the images into a PDF, you can sell them through a Craftsy Pattern Store. You can sell them in sets, you’d just create one PDF per set. We don’t charge any membership fee or take a commission. have fun!

  2. leonor

    I want to sell my patterns

  3. Lindy

    FYI… I’ve just tried reducing my PDF file size on my Mac, using the Preview application as suggested in your FAQ. Yes, it did reduce the file size, but it turned all my photos a sickly shade of green! This will not help sell my patterns. I thought I should mention this to you since you’re suggesting this method. If/when I find something that works properly, I will pass it on to you.

    • Stefanie Japel

      Thanks so much for the input. It would be great if you could send your suggestions to help@craftsy.com. That way, they’ll be directed to someone who can really help and make sure that your concerns are seen by the right department.

    • Cass

      Lindy,

      Reducing the file size should have no effect on the color of your pattern in Acrobat, unless you’re using a bitmapped image. Check your scanner settings, or your camera. Open a .tiff file of your pattern in Adobe Acrobat (Mac or PC), and save it as a .pdf. Then reduce the file size in Acrobat, and save it with a different name.pdf. Your colors shouldn’t change during that process.

  4. Bethel Anthony

    I design beadweaving patterns. May I put them on Craftsy?

    Bethel

  5. Darcy

    Will you be allowing any other file formats now or in the future other than PDF?

    • Stefanie Japel

      For now it’s just PDF, what other types of files are you interested in using?

      • Tina

        I’m not the original poster of this question, but like someone previously posted in this feed, they wanted to offer digital images for stamping – and to do that, images are typically sold in .jpeg or .png format. I would love to puchase such images via your website, but a PDF format would not work for this purpose.

  6. Carol Akeyson

    How can I get the patterns used on your course into for Quilting Large Quilts with a Small Machine? Please direct me to the websites or send me the name of the pattern. Thanks.

  7. Susan Ruiter

    I see on my pattern site that I sold 2 patterns but I did not receive payment to paypal. Looking closely at things, I see that I made a typo on my email address to Paypal. I have corrected it here at Craftsy. Will I be able to receive payment? Do I need to go to Paypal and ask them? Thanks.

  8. Weavingmoon

    Hi folks, can I just say you have a great site. I would like to know why do I have to have a business paypal account, could I not use my personel paypal account instead?

  9. Tera Kulling

    I am looking into setting up a pattern store here, and was wondering if we can add coupon codes and such when we run a sale or promotion? I know Etsy has that feature, and it is pretty simple…I wondered if Craftsy did as well, and how difficult is the process?

  10. Marie-Nathalie QUARANTA

    Hello, i am writing to you from France. I am very fond of your Crocodile Stitch Booties ! They’re so lovely, very nice job ! I would be glad to buy a pair for my baby daughter who is 18 months old. Would it be possible for you to send them in France ? It would please me so much ! Tell me about the price of the delivery, please. I thank you very much. I hope to hearing from you soon. Yours, sincerely,
    Marie-Nathalie Quaranta.

  11. Elsie's Custom Creations

    Hello,

    I just created my new online Craftsy shop and have uploaded over 170 cross stitch patterns. How would I go about becoming a featured designer/shop in your newsletter? Thanks in advance!

    Elsie’s Custom Creations

    • David

      Hello Elsie (I presume),

      David, Editor of the Craftsy Newsletter here, thanks for your request. We consider all designers for newsletter highlights, and I’ll certainly have a look at your shop for a possible spotlight in a future issue. Thanks so much!
      -David.
      Editor, Craftsy Newsletter

  12. Provie Della Monica

    I would like the pattern for the cat. It says the pattern is free, but I can’t get it . Pleasse help me
    Thank you

  13. regina

    yes i purchased the crocodile stitch baby booties pattern and was wondering if there is a video on it. i am have problems with the cuff part. dont know if you attach and do it or do it then attach not quit sure how to . thanks any help appreciated

  14. Jjeannine Johnson

    I am trying to order a pattern, but cannot because it says my password is not right. What should I do?

  15. KrazyKatKid

    I keep trying to download the pattern I got for free and Internet Explorer says the website is unavailable, although I am on the website at this moment? What is wrong and why am I unable to get my pattern?

  16. S. Tyson

    ok if I click on the picture and it takes me to another page and I am able to download them from that page

  17. Marjorie Riley

    I look forward to doing business with .craftsy. I do love your many different styles of patterns . I love to knit & crochet. I was a quilting teacher for a few years, I have MS and I had to give teaching up, something I loved dearly. I started a prayer shawl ministry at our church, we are growing by members at a good steady pace & making Mini blessed Baby blankets & caps also in our ministry. We have made prayer shawls for the hospic homes also. Thank you for your time. Marjorie Riley

  18. Kokeanut

    I have signed up & bought several online classes. Why isn’t there one place that records what online classes I have bought? I can’t find any of them. I think it would be nice to show what classes you have signed up for & bought shown in “your account”

  19. MarthaAnne

    I just got the mystery box in the mail today and love the yarn! I also got circular knitting needles size 10 – 32″. I always use circular needles, so I’m thrilled about that part, but I use smaller needles, i.e. 16″. Am I able to look up patterns just based on needle size? I’ve tried and it doesn’t seem to be working. The mystery box did not include any patterns. Thanks so much for your help!

  20. Lesley Took

    I would love to purchase some of your lovely patterns, however I need some translation of American terms into English please!
    1. What is “sportweight” yarn?
    2. How do I work out the needle size? No English / european equivalent is offered on the patterns I have looked at.
    Many thanks,
    Lesley

    • Kay Forsdyke

      Hi Lesley, sportweight is English equivalent 4 ply, if you google wikipedie re needle conversion sizes you can print off the page. You can also do this for yarn weight USA to English. Hope this helps
      Kay

  21. pam

    where do I find the pattern for the shawl pin that is shown in the photo. the neck warmer is in a tan colored yarn–short, just fits around the neck, then it is held together with a shawl pin that appears to be knitted in a circle with a “hat pin” (some sort of long staight pin) to hold the neck warmer in place. In another picture of the same shawl, there are two tourquoise buttons holding the shawl in place. thank you.

  22. Karen Green

    Hi from Australia. I love the Ridiculously Easy Shawl pattern by Lena. Could someone please tell me what ply is Chunky Yarn which is quoted for this pattern.

    Thanks,

    Cheers,

    Karen

  23. debbie duger

    does anyone know where the beads were purchased for the peacock earrings? They are so cute, but sometimes just not the same making them without the right beads. Thanks so much.

  24. hopececilia

    i have recieved an e-mail saying i have been able to purchase my free copy of the hedgehog pattern,but i cant find it any where,please can you help…….thanks,love the webb site…xxx

  25. kathy

    i would like to know how you get your free patterns. do i have to join?

  26. Verbatim

    I am looking to make some kind of a colored flower/pin/accessory for the ladies of my community choir (it’s not church-related). Our outfits are a black cowl-neck top with a black skirt or palazzo pant bottom. We would need to make at least 100 of this accessory with the ability to easily make more in the future. Any ideas would be welcome!

  27. linda peckford

    where can i purchase the fabric for the parrot pattern.

  28. Deborah Swtizer

    I’m new to all this. The Paper Doll pattern……are you offering the pattern only or do you also include the fabrics shown?
    As a born again Christian I pray that the Lord will bless you beyond your wildest imagination.

  29. Deborah Swtizer

    Thank you Rebecca for your answer. Isn’t techology a marvelous God thing?! May the Lord bless you with an abundance of grace and peace today.
    In His Service,
    Deborah
    John 3;17

  30. LARAYNE HORTON

    Where can I purchase the supplies to make a Need A Hug Bear?
    I see he has fur.

  31. Kate

    How do I delete a free pattern from my library?
    It is blocking access to the rest of the site for me.

    • Kate

      I think I have to log out to access the site, I can’t look at other pages when I am logged in?

      • patty

        I’m having trouble removing patterns from my shopping cart that I cant get today. But I want to order the ones I can afford now. Help! I clicked on remove and then ok if I was sure I wanted to remove it. It’s still there and I can’t place my order. I sent email to customer support and help addresses, but I’m not very good at waiting! LOL!!! Has anybody else had same trouble as me and fixed it?

  32. Muna Farid

    Hello,
    I’m currenlty working on some quilts and I bought “Life’s a Hoot!” Pattern from your website. I was very excited with the project and once I started cutting the material, I was very upset about the the pattern because it is not in the right direction, as the pattern has to be in the opposite side in order to cut the right shapes. I wish I can get any reply regarding this pattern as I still am very excited!!
    Thank you,
    Muna Faird

    • Rebecca

      Hello Muna! The best way to resolve this issue is to contact the pattern designer directly. The designer’s email address is located in the confirmation email that was sent to you when you purchased the pattern. If you need anything else, let us know!

  33. Debra

    I am trying to register for the sewing machine give away. Can’t find it on here. Help.

  34. Leticia Jurado

    I purchased a patter for a baby blanket and recently i received an email stating that there is a new pattern with corrections to prior downloaded pattern, now what do i do?

    • Megan

      Hi Leticia,

      You can re-download the pattern anytime on Craftsy:

      • Log into Craftsy with your email and password by clicking: http://www.craftsy.com/login
      • Click on “Your Account” on the top right of your screen
      • Click on “Pattern Library”
      • Click on “Download PDF” above the pattern you would like to save

      Hope this helps!

      Best,
      Megan

  35. Shelby

    Are these patterns difficult to follow or easy enough for beginners?

    • Rebecca

      Hi Shelby,

      The patterns vary in skill level from beginner to advanced. Once you click on a pattern you’re interested in, you will see the skill level and basic skills necessary to complete it underneath the main image. If you have any other questions, let us know!

  36. mary lou ruiz

    I have a question about a pattern I’m interested in purchasing, but I don’t see any way to send a question to the designer. Is there a way to do this?

    • Rebecca

      Hi Mary Lou,

      Yes there is. You can leave a comment for the designer by clicking the orange “Comments” button at the top of the specific pattern page that you have a question about. The designers reply to these comments and can answer your question that way. Once you purchase a pattern, you will be given the designer’s email address so that you can ask questions directly to them as you work on your project. I hope this helps! If you have any other questions, don’t hesitate to ask!

  37. Shirley A Mucci (Wirly Bird)

    I want to purchase the Swirl Dress Sewing Pattern. My question I would like to
    know how much fabric is needed. Iam ordering this at the same time.

    Thank You
    Love your Site

    • Rebecca

      Hi Shirley,

      I’m not sure exactly which pattern you’re referring to. If you can post the link to the pattern, I can try to help you figure out how much fabric is needed!

  38. Linda

    After I purchase a pattern from Craftsy How do I receive it? Is it supposed to be downloaded or do I receive it in the mail?

    • Rebecca

      Hi Linda,

      You will get an email confirmation from us once you have added the pattern to your account. To access the pattern, you will then need to log on to your account. From there you will see a button on the left side of the screen that says “Pattern Library”. All of your patterns will be located there for download. If you have any further questions, please let us know!

  39. Vivian

    How do I change a review increasing the starlets?
    Thanks

    • Rebecca

      Hi Vivan,

      In order to write a review for a pattern, you have to first purchase the pattern and then upload a finished project that you made from that pattern. After that, you will have the opportunity to write a review for the pattern, which includes a star rating.

      If you’d like to write a review a course, you will have the opportunity to do that once you have purchased the course.

      I hope this helps! If you have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to ask!

  40. Sharon

    Is there a way to list keywords or tags for my pattern so searches might find it more easily?

    • Rebecca

      Hi Sharon,

      Whatever words are included in your pattern title, are the words that will be searchable. Also, when you upload a pattern you will have the option to put your pattern into specific categories. For example if you’re uploading a scarf pattern you can choose the category: Knitting –> Clothing –> Scarf. So that way, even if the word “scarf” isn’t in your title, it can still be searched using the word “scarf”. I hope this helps! If you have any additional questions let us know!

  41. Nancy Brannaman

    Your FAQs for pattern buyers do not work. Nothing happens when I click the hyperlinks. I downloaded a pattern and didn’t save it, and now I can’t download the pattern again off your site.

    Please assist. Thank you.

    • Rebecca

      Hi Nancy,

      We are looking into the broken links now. Thank you for bringing it to our attention. In regards to the pattern, if you’ve downloaded it, the pattern should be in the downloads folder of your computer, even if you didn’t specifically save it. I would suggest checking there. However, just in case you still can’t find the pattern, I’ve forwarded your message to Customer Support, so they will be emailing you soon to get your situation sorted. Please let us know if we can help with anything else!

  42. Lu Olson

    I should have 86 (pdfs) an I can not find even 1. How do I locate them after I’ve downloaded them?

    • Rebecca

      Hi Lu,

      I have forwarded your question to Customer Support. They will be getting in touch with you via email shortly to get your issue sorted. Let us know if we can help you with anything else!

  43. Chrissy

    Having trouble uploading a pdf. It is 655 KB so I know it isn’t too big but I keep getting a http error 302 when trying to upload it. Any help would be appreciated, thank you!

    • Rebecca

      Hi Chrissy,

      I have forwarded your message along to Customer Support. They should be getting in contact with you via email to get your situation sorted out. If you have any other questions, please let us know!

  44. Jan Woodward

    Hi
    Just bought 2 x lovely patterns (huggable bears and pocket bears). Couldn’t see how to download free patterns for clothes etc. Am I too late or can you send them to my email address?
    Many thanks
    Jan

    • Rebecca

      Hi Jan,

      I forwarded your question to Customer Support. They should get back to you via email and help you figure out your problem. Let us know if you have any additional questions!

  45. Jan Woodward

    Anyone know where I can buy chenille DK in nice ‘beary’ colours?
    All the wool shops I have tried say it’s no longer available and no luck on internet either.
    Many thanks

  46. Brenda

    I noticed that most of the patterns that you can download for free are mainly printed for US members, Is it possible when you print them that you can put the UK details as well as US this i think is one of the reasons that put UK and many other people off. It would help. Thank you

    • Rebecca

      Hi Brenda,

      I apologize for the trouble you’re having with your pattern. I’m happy to help you. We certainly don’t want this to be frustrating experience for you.

      Since the pattern is the creation the designer and not of Craftsy, unfortunately I’m unable to provide specific help in regards to the pattern. You are welcome to ask the pattern designer a question directly as they will be better able to help you. You can do this by clicking on the “Comments” link at the top of the pattern page and then leaving your comment there and the pattern designer will get back to you.

      For future reference, you are welcome you post any comments or questions for the pattern designer before deciding to purchase the pattern. This feature also allows you to see comments from other Craftsy members who might have already purchased and used the pattern! If you have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to ask!

  47. Karla Sandoval

    I have a question, do pattern buyers need to have an account on Craftsy to buy here?

    Or can they buy the patterns as guests in this site?

    Thank you

  48. Shani

    Curious how long does it generally take for a person to get a response to a question via the help desk?

  49. lu olson

    I can not download a single pdf and I bought 60 or more.

    • Support

      Lu, I’m sorry for the trouble you’re having! We sent you an email on July 26th with some trouble shooting tips. If you are still having trouble, please feel free to email us at help@craftsy.com and we’ll make sure you can get your patterns.

  50. Karen

    I used to be able to see the number of downloads of my free patterns on Craftsy, but as of today I can’t find them. How do I locate these numbers and graphs?

    • Support

      Hi Karen,

      There was a bug that was causing this function to not work correctly. The glitch has been fixed and you should now be able to see the number of downloads of your free patterns on Craftsy. Please send us an email at help@craftsy.com if you need any further assistance.

  51. Mary

    Some of the crochet designers have used others free patterns and are now selling their “design” here and other places as well. Does Craftsy check these things out before letting people post their “designs”?

    • Support

      Marcy – Thanks for your concern! All of our designers agree to our terms of use when they upload a pattern to Craftsy, stating that they have the right to market and sell the creative content they are providing. Rest assured that if someone comes to us with evidence of their own copyright being infringed upon, we follow strict resolution process and follow up immediately with both parties.

  52. Margo Kiazyk

    I purchased the need a hug bear pattern. It says there is a free download of detailed photographs to make up the bear which i cannot find. Your help with this is greatly appreciated. Thanks.

  53. Charlotte Heaton

    I bought the pattern Lalaloopsy Crocheted Doll Pattern and am atempting to make several for christmas am stumped by making a magic circle, could I get a better explanation on it, and make it, to start the doll head.

    • Support

      I apologize for the trouble you’re having with your pattern. I’m happy to help you. We certainly don’t want this to be frustrating experience for you.

      Since the pattern is the creation the designer and not of Craftsy, unfortunately I’m unable to provide specific help in regards to the pattern. You are welcome to ask the pattern designer a question directly as they will be better able to help you. You can find their information by logging in to Craftsy here: http://www.craftsy.com/login

      You can login and access your pattern library anytime by logging in here: http://www.craftsy.com/login

      • Then click “Your Account” at the top right of the page
      • Click on “My Craftsy” towards the center of your screen
      • Click on “My Pattern Library” on the left
      • Click on the pattern you would like a refund for. This pattern will open in a quick view and you will see the seller’s email listed for payment inquiries and refund requests below the orange “Download Pattern” button.

      For future reference, you are welcome you post any comments or questions for the pattern designer before deciding to purchase the pattern. This feature also allows you to see comments from other Craftsy members who might have already purchased and used the pattern!

  54. CreatiKnit

    I just joined and I LOVE this! I am a pattern designer and the formats for everything are easy and beautiful! I added my baby pixie hat pattern and already received a sale! I am going to add my remaining 18 patterns and counting!

    Thank you Craftsy!
    CreatiKnit

  55. Carol

    Have tried purchasing my pattern through Pay Pal today ( 3X) but cannot find it anywhere. Can you advise please. Thanks Carol (UK)

  56. Leah Honkanen

    What kind of yarn is used in this pattern. I want to know that it is readily available before I purchase the pattern.

  57. sharon worley

    Do you have to be a designer of a crochet patten to sell on Craftsy? I have alot of rare patterns to sell but I am not the designer.

    • Support

      Hi Sharon,

      We require our designers to agree to our terms and use stating that they have the right to market and sell the creative content they are providing. If you do not own the rights to the pattern, they should not be placed on Craftsy for sale. I hope this helps!

  58. Jovan Granillo

    Brilliant piece of writing! I will love to get more information about this in a very future, more in depth post.

  59. Shannon

    I want to purchase a pattern but do not want to join anything. Is it still possible to purchase things without joining Craftsy or facebook?

    • Support

      Hi Shannon. In order to purchase a pattern on Craftsy, for free or for sale, you’ll need to sign up for Craftsy (this is completely free to do: http://www.craftsy.com/join). Since the purchased pattern isn’t emailed to you, setting up an account allows you to access the pattern you purchase instantly in your pattern library. This way you’ll never lose the pattern and can always come back to it and re-save it to any device!

  60. Kerl Eichelkaser

    Aw, this was a really nice post. In concept I would like to put in writing like this moreover – taking time and precise effort to make an excellent article… however what can I say… I procrastinate alot and by no means seem to get one thing done.

  61. Nora

    Hi I am from Malaysia and juz joined the website….i clicked on “Knitting” and had prices & some said “free”..free pattern izzit? But i dont see any free pattern..wat does it mean? I dont mind trying if they r free to try out first

    Thanx – Nora

  62. Marie Davidson

    Hi I bought the Funky chicken quilt pattern can you sell me the fabric to make it. (The chicken patches)? Or tell me where to get it.
    Cheers – Marie

    • Support

      Hi Marie,

      Thanks for supporting the independent pattern designers on Craftsy! Unfortunately, we do not have that specific fabric, but you can always click on the title for your pattern in your pattern library and there you will see the designer’s email. They may be able to help point you in the right direction!

  63. Irma Contreras

    I can not sing in to create an account. please help

  64. Mandy

    I have just purchased and downloaded an I phone slip case no 11357 it has lots of pictures but no instructions sizes for cutting seem allowances size of flap etc nothing if it is just pictures I am afraid it is of no use to me can you help ? Thank you. I downloaded a bag and that is fine.

    • Support

      Hi Mandy,

      It sounds like you need some help with a pattern you downloaded from Craftsy.com. You are welcome to ask the pattern designer about the pattern directly as they will be better able to help you. You can find their information by logging in to Craftsy here: http://www.craftsy.com/login
      You can login and access your pattern library anytime by logging in here: http://www.craftsy.com/login

      • Then click “Your Account” at the top right of the page
      • Click on “My Craftsy” towards the center of your screen
      • Click on “My Pattern Library” on the left
      • Click on the pattern you have a question about.

      This pattern will open in a quick view and you will see the seller’s email listed for inquiries and requests below the orange “Download Pattern” button. Once you have located the pattern designer’s email you can send them a message asking your question.

      For future reference, you are welcome you post any comments or questions for the pattern designer before deciding to purchase the pattern. This feature also allows you to see comments from other Craftsy members who might have already purchased and used the pattern!

  65. Dida

    Help!

    I purchased the Women’s Lace Gloves pattern uploaded by ‘canuknitit’. There is a problem with the pattern, and I have had no success in trying to contact her.
    Can somebody please tell me what to do when there are 2 of the same rows?
    ie.[ Row 7 k3 *k1, k2tg, k1, yf k1, yf k1, k2 tg, k1, rpt from * to last 3 sts k3

    Row 7 k3 *k1, k2tg, yf k3, yf, k2tg, k1 rpt from * to last 3 sts k3 ]

    That is exactly what appears in this pattern – 2 Seventh Rows! What am I supposed to do??

    • Support

      Hello,

      We’re sorry you’re having trouble with your pattern. While we can’t answer specific questions about a pattern since it is not our design, we certainly don’t want this to be a frustrating experience for you. If you can send us an email at help@craftsy.com we will be happy to reach out to the designer as well to see if we can get you some help!

  66. Jane Wassmer

    I would like to know if it is possible for the pattern writers to include specific sizes in the details for the patterns. For example, what ages/sizes are included in a pattern labeled “toddler”, “boys”, etc. ? Once the pattern is purchased, it’s too late to find out that information. Thank you.

    • Support

      Hi Jane,

      This is a great idea. As a company, Craftsy strives to bring our members features that they both want and need. As part of this initiative, we review site suggestions from members on a regular basis. I would be happy to pass the site feature suggestion along to our product department.

  67. Diane Parnham

    Do you ship your patterns, would love it if you could. Thankyou

    • Support

      Hi Diane,

      All of the patterns found on Craftsy are available for instant download only. Once you have purchased a pattern it will be immediately added to your Craftsy account where you will have the ability to download it.

  68. barbara englebert

    Is this knitting or crochet? How difficult is it? Can it be adapted to adult size? Thanks.

  69. Tana

    Do you only allow individuals to upload PATTERNS for sale? I create digital (PDF) collections of antique photos and postcards to be used in collage or other art work. Would something like this be allowed here? Here’s a link to one of these files in my Etsy shop: http://www.etsy.com/listing/86610229/digital-collage-sheet-vintage-santa. Thanks!

    • Support

      Hi. The Craftsy Pattern Store is for pattern designers to upload patterns they have created for sale. This market place is not for antique collections or finished products. Thanks for asking!

  70. Laurie

    Are you able to create these yellow hats that are crocheted into a knit pattern……I only knit !! Love these hats

  71. Gladys Trotter

    I am 77 yrs of age and do alot of crocheting. I would like to have this pattern that includes all the coasters & etc but I do not order online is there any way that I can get it besides online????
    It is sold on ebay for 1.99 but there again that is online. Sorry but I don’t want it if I have to buy online. Please let me know. Gladys

  72. Mitsie

    I have a question about a pattern that I would like answered before I make the purchase. The designer’s profile states “just email me with any questions or requests” but for the life of me I cannot
    figure out how to do that. There isn’t a email listed anywhere. Help!

    • Support

      Hi Mitsie,

      Thanks for your interest in one of the patterns available on our site. You can always leave a comment for a pattern designer before you buy it by clicking “Comments” in orange at the top. When you leave a comment here the designer will receive a notification and can respond back to you with more information. I hope this helps!

      If you are still having trouble, send us an email at help@craftsy.com with the pattern name and we are happy to help you further!

  73. Jackie

    What is minky fabric? I saw it was called for in a raggy quilt.

    • Support

      Hi Jackie,

      Minky fabric is a type of fabric with a short pile that is very soft. Unfortunately, we don’t currently have this for sale, but you may be able to find some at your favorite fabric store!

  74. Rossana

    Hi Craftsy

    My name is Rossana and I´m from Cuenca Ecuador South America, I would like to know if you have step by step videos of the Owl Obsession project. Please send me your answer as soon as possible so I can purchase it and get started right away. It´s so beautiful I want to make it for my grandaughters, so please hurry.

    Thank you

    • Support

      Hi Rossana,

      Thanks for reaching out! We have a couple patterns and a workshop related to owl projects. Can you send us an email at help@craftsy.com with details about the specific project your looking for? With that information we will be happy to see if we can find you a direct link and get you started on your project!

  75. Kara

    I create cake decorating tutorials…would those fit under the definition of a pattern in the “other” category, or is it limited to other types of crafts?

  76. maru espinosa

    my question is how can i buy a pattern if i dont use credit cards is there a way that i can deposit the money or i have to have a credit card

    • Support

      Hi Maru. If you don’t have a credit card, you are welcome to submit payment with a PayPal account. This is the only way to ensure the designer is paid directly for their patterns.

  77. Line Lacerte

    J’ai commandé des patrons est ce que je vais les recevoir en français ?

  78. carol

    I don’t have paypal and I don’t have a credit card. How can I buy a pattern without either?

    • Support

      Hi Carol. Since payments are going directly to the pattern designers, they must be made by credit card or PayPal. This is the only way to ensure the designer is paid directly for their patterns.

  79. larsia estes

    I would like to buy some crochet patterns, like the huggy bear. I don’t know how to do the round stitch? All my grandma taugt me was how to do afgans. I do the ds, ss & that’s about all. Can anyone recommend a good site that has directions? maybe a video. I need pictures..lol..
    Thanks

  80. Jintzie

    I bought the Annie Boot Cuff pattern yesterday 1/28/13 and received a e-mail stating that it had be updated and to contact patterns@craftsy.com. I cannot finda where to go for the updated information. Please let me know the process for finding the updated version. thank you.

  81. Alina

    Need help, Please!

    I am trying to publish my first pattern on Craftsy… everything went all except for uploading the pictures. After uploading the four display pictures that I have for my pattern, there is no way I can spot the “save” box so I can see them attached to my pattern. All I was able to do was to save my pattern as a draft and not to publish it…
    Am I doing something wrong or is just your feature that apparently doesn’t work?
    Many thanks in advance for your kind support.

  82. Jackie

    I recently came across the Dora Backpack Backpack pattern on Pinterest. I have since downloaded the same, but cannot locate the map as mentioned in the written instructions. Please advise.

    Thank you, JM

    • Support

      Hi Jackie,

      Since the pattern is the creation of the designer and not of Craftsy, unfortunately I’m unable to provide specific help in regards to the pattern. You are welcome to ask the pattern designer a question directly as they will be better able to help you. You can find their information by logging in to Craftsy here: http://www.craftsy.com/login
      Then click “Your Account” at the top right of the page, click on “My Craftsy” towards the center of your screen, then click on “My Pattern Library” on the left, Click on the pattern itself. This pattern will open in a quick view and you will see the seller’s email listed for inquiries and refund requests below the orange “Download Pattern” button.

      Hope this helps!

  83. Cindy Minicelli

    I don’t know if you can answer this, but I added several patterns to my wish list and they all said they were added, but I can’t find them. I found classes I want to take on a wishlist but not the patterns. Thank you.

  84. Deb

    I’m sure this sounds like a very silly question BUT… can someone please tell me how to retrieve a pattern that I want? It’s actually a “free pattern” that I came across while browsing through all of the crochet patterns here on Craftsy’s site. It’s the Four Leaf Clover pattern that I would like to have. I tried clicking on the picture itself, but that didn’t work either. Any help that I could get with this would be greatly appreciated!! Clearly I am still what most people would consider “a novice” when it comes to crocheting (but getting better I must say, lol). Thank you so much (in advance) to anyone who might be able to help me with this. :) Have a wonderful day.

  85. Amanda Moutos

    I would really love to change the name of my pattern store, but have searched for hours without finding any info on how to do that. Can you help?

    • Support

      Hi Amanda,

      I’m happy to help you with this! Just login to http://www.craftsy.com/login and click “My Pattern Store.” Click “edit” just above any pattern and at the top right, click “2. Add info about yourself.” Then, if you scroll down a bit, just under your picture, you should see the option to change “Your Pattern Store Name.” Don’t forget to Save! Feel free to contact us at help@craftsy.com if you have any trouble along the way :)

  86. Gloria Walker

    Trying to download pattern from you – Puppy Love baby quilt by J Mann. Not printing all of pattern for dog (pages 5 & 6). Any suggestions.

    • Support

      Hi Gloria,

      If you are having trouble with your pattern download, can you make sure you have the latest version of Adobe Reader (this is different from other Adobe programs such as flash.) This is available as a free download here: http://get.adobe.com/reader/

      If this doesn’t help, feel free to contact us at help@craftsy.com for further troubleshooting!

  87. Alejandra

    Buenas tardes, quiero comprar el patrón de kira la canguro y no se cómo hacer, soy de Argentina y tenemos cepo cambiario, cómo hago por favor necesito un instructivo urgente!!!!!!!!!! Gracias. Cariños.

  88. shawn

    Hi, I was wondering how I can delete patterns that are in my pattern library after downloading them or does it matter if they stay in my library? Thank you

    • Support

      Hi,

      If you want a pattern removed from your pattern library you will want to contact Help@Craftsy.com and let us know which pattern you would like deleted! It also doesn’t affect your account if the pattern stays in your Pattern Library. In fact you can collect quite a few!

  89. Elizabeth

    I bought two patterns and can’t find them please help!!

  90. Wendy

    I would like to order the fabric bible cover pattern fromw sewing with faith, but would like to know if the embroidery designs come with the pattern. If I need to purchase seperately, which site are they on? Thanks.

  91. Lucy Bowman

    Is there anywhere I could buy the stags head knitting pattern in Scotland?

  92. Jennifer

    Can I upload tutorials as well as patterns?

  93. robyn smithwick

    i have tried to download a knitting pattern that is free ie the lacy zig zag shawl pattern by Amadeit and it prints 4 pages but no instructions on the pattern! Is it possible to obtain the pattern instructions free as stated on the website? many thanks Robyn smithwick

  94. Lois Reimer

    Hey, I was wondering if it would be possible for me to temporarily take my patterns off craftsy or from being seen by customers for a bit and then put them back on again…???

  95. Joyce Bracy

    I have made the Puppy Dog and I need the free contruction instructions and can not seem to be able to pull them up. Help.

  96. Janniemarie Reeser

    I design christian saying with backgrounds for buyers to download and use as a photo, iron on design, or print it on card stock for their personal use or selling it, such as put it on wood, making a plaque, and selling it as a finished product. I would want all of my designs to be able to be duplicated by the buyer and they can make money from it. Could I have my colored patterns and pictures put into a PDF file and have the buyers purchase them? Would I put my patterns under others? Thank you so very much. I have a business at zazzle.com under everythingchristian but I need more exposure and this sounds great. You can check me out at zazzle and it will show you what I design. Have a blessed day…janniemarie…

  97. Camielle

    Can the Kimono dress pattern be purchased in a size 20? It is soooooo pretty and I’d love to make it but the pattern is too small? Please advise. Camielle

  98. Penelope Murphy

    I brought a pattern and it seems to be stuck in the cart, as if I had not paid.
    Have I done something wrong

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  100. Noor-E-Jannat

    I save saved few free patterns in my cart/wishlist. How can I get them?

  101. Marsha Fuller

    I wanted to buy the cascade pima silk deal of 10 skeins to make the top down tshirt in XL HOWEVER, I need 11 skeins to make the shirt and you will only let me order 1 order of 10 and not 2 orders of 10. So I guess I have to cancel my order….bummer…..you all don’t really think about this stuff too well, eh?

    • Support

      Occasionally we do limit the amount of a certain deal that can be purchased in one transaction in order to give all of our members an opportunity to purchase it. If you ever run into that in the future, you can always purchase additional amounts in a separate transaction. We’re also always happy to help at help@craftsy.com

  102. Beth

    Can you sell PDF patterns on the Craftsy website if you already are a pattern business with a website AND sell your patterns wholesale to stores and through on-line sites?? My idea of an ‘individual designer’ is someone that IS NOT affiliated with selling patterns in a ‘brick & mortar’ type of building or through an on-line store (ex: Keepsake Quilting, etc.) or through their own business website.
    Can you please clarify the difference, if there is one.
    Thank you,
    A Craftsy fan

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  104. Kim Baker

    I just purchased the pattern The Perfect Bag from Frayed Knot and I am having problems reading the pattern and crocheting it. I purchased this pattern thinking I would understand how to crochet it. If I could get some feedback on how to exactly read this pattern I would really appreciate it. I can do row 1 but having problems with row 2. PLEASE HELP!!!!!

  105. mildred hardin

    yes i was on line looking at your scrap attack pattern it is a great pattern put i can not pull up the printed pattern . is there one . if so what am i doing to not get it . please let me know .
    thanks mildred

  106. Amanda Holiday

    Ooops! Got the free “How to Draft a Pencil Skirt” and hit a snag. The “Pencil Skirt Pattern Sloper Calculations Spreadsheet” downloaded as an “xlsx” file. I don’t have Microsoft Excel. What other programs will decipher it so I can print a work copy or will I just follow the written instructions and devise my own spreadsheet?

    • Amanda Holiday

      Never mind. I found the programs in Microsoft Works satisfactory for a work copy. Waiting for your answer felt as though it would never have come, so I tried again.

  107. Afton Johnson

    I would like to buy the pattern for the beautiful baby blanket lilac but do not have a credit card, can you send me an address that I could send a money order, Thank you, Afton Johnson Box 44 Champion, Alberta Canada T0L 0R0

  108. Ignacio Bitsuie

    I simply can not uncover a place here to order a subscribtion to “Letters in the Mail” for a gift or two and also for myself.
    It sounds like a wonderful idea and several of my friends will probably be delighted to receive letters in the mail….
    Diane

  109. maria

    Hi i have just downloaded the Peggy Dress pattern but I need to tweak for a plus size, what would suggest i do?
    Thank Maria

  110. M

    Am I able to upload a pattern that is pending? For example a pattern that is currently being converted to PDF and take orders as a waiting list?

  111. Hulon Johnson

    I am looking for a pattern for a diagonal knitted scarf.

  112. Joe Yukish

    I want to make Lion Brand® Vanna’s Choice
    Sweet Scallops Shawl
    Pattern Number: 60744A

    The width is 18 inches. How many chains do I add to the foundation row to make it 24″ wide?

  113. Rachel

    Is a buyer account on Craftsy free?

    • Support

      Craftsy is a free online learning platform for all crafts including, knitting, sewing, quilting and much more! In addition to offering paid and free patterns we also offer interactive classes, supplies, and the ability to connect with other craft enthusiasts. It is always free to join. You can sign up on Craftsy anytime here: http://www.craftsy.com/join.

  114. azzopardi

    est ce que les modèles en pdf sont en français lorsque vous les envoyer ?
    Merci.
    Vos créations sont très jolies

    Ulysse

  115. Ryleigh

    I just ordered a couple of items from craftsy, how long will it take before i receive my items?

  116. mOe1960

    I don’t see where to download penguin, or any other free patterns…can you help me?

  117. Iona Marty

    My mother would like to buy your Rainbow Unicorn Crochet Afghan Pattern, she has tried calling for over a week and this is my second email. We would like to find out if you can send the pattern through the mail instead of sending a pdf file. My mother, of course, would be willing to pay for shipping and handling. Please advise.

  118. Enid

    Hi, I would like to buy the Kitten Mug Rug – Cat Mug Rug Pattern but I just wondering how big is the embroidery hoop?, because I only have 4×4 hoop…
    Thank you.

  119. Louise oake

    Where do I get the free pattern for the Bamboo hat

  120. Knitter

    I found a pattern I love but when I got to the end it said that PayPal was going to “save my information” for me. I have had bad luck with Paypal and don’t trust them at all. The last thing in the world I want is for them to “save my information” for me or even to have access to my information in any capacity. Why do we have to go through them to use your service?

  121. Ann Speedy

    I would like to open, download, and print the pattern for simple finger-free mitts, but I am unable to open the pattern after downloading. It says it is unable to render the page. Can you give me some assistance?

  122. Pamela Giunta

    How do I download the free patterns that I have in my cart? I am anxious to start – after Christmas.. How do I get to the live classes? I live in MA and have Comcast. I donot do Facebook or Twitter.

    Thanks, Pam

  123. Terri

    When a pattern that I have purchased has been updated, is that pattern automatically updated in my pattern library? Also, are the revisions highlighted so I don’t have to reprint the whole pattern?

    Thank you.

  124. Mary Daniel

    Just tried getting a copy of your corkscrew hat for baby (Delaney) but I can never download. How else can I get copy. Can you e-mail to me. Please, I love this hat. Thanks, Mary Daniel

  125. Shelly

    I received notification that the pattern I purchased last week has been revised. I had problems with this pattern as no matter what I tried, the brim of the hat did not look like the one depicted in the designers photo. After contacting the designer, and kindly inquiring as to why my hat looked different and explaining that I am an experienced crocheter, she proceeded to tell me that I was accusing her of her pattern being incorrect. That is not true. I had simply asked why the picture showed wider scallops on the brim and fewer of them than what mine ended up having. She became rude (and I admit I became defensive as a result). I explained to her how important it was to me to get the hat correct. She gave her words of advice after I sent the photo of my finished product. Upon disagreeing with her observations on how my stitches were SC instead of DC on the brim (I am the one who crocheted the hat and know the difference between a SC and a DC), she fired back “thank you for offering all that information. Completely irrelevant to me, but thank you anyway!” The information I gave her while not about the pattern itself, but why it was important to me to finish it in a timely manner and correct, was indeed relevant to WHY I needed advice on HOW to get my hat to look like the one pictured. I pointed out that the finished item ended up looking identical to ANOTHER pattern I found on ETSY. She proceeded to tell me “Good luck on your “perfect” pattern quest.” I was not on the perfect pattern quest. Just on a quest to make the item that the recipient of the hat requested. I have sold many crocheted items in my years and had many return customers. IF there were ever a customer of mine who was unhappy with the results, my own QUEST was to do whatever possible to make that customer happy and to keep them. Not to get defensive and send them out the door. To end my rant, I ask, if the pattern was correct, then WHY, one day later did I receive notification from Craftsy that this particular pattern had been revised? Also, will I have to pay again to download the revised pattern? I plan on contacting administration about this issue as well. I purchase lots of patterns and had hoped in the beginning of all of this to purchase more from this member. Even after the rudeness she displayed, I would still be willing to purchase other patterns from her if she would kindly contact me with her revisions. Thank you and I welcome any comments in regards to mine and any suggestions on how you would deal with this :)

  126. Jan MacKay

    I purchased this pattern a couple of years ago and I absolutely can’t find it. Do you keep records of the PDF’s that you send? If so, is it possible to resend it to me? I would surely appreciate it. My email address is primitivejan@gmail.com.

  127. Jan MacKay

    I purchased this pattern a couple of years ago and I absolutely can’t find it. Do you keep records of the PDF’s that you send? If so, is it possible to resend it to me? I would surely appreciate it. My email address is primitivejan@gmail.com.

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