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Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Pattern Proofreaders

Thank you to those who have volunteered to proofread or test tat my latest snowflake patterns. My list is all full so I cannot take any new volunteers, but I can offer to put people on a waiting list for future projects if you are interested.

Carollyn, Margaret, Diane, Grace, Patty, and Neska: I've sent patterns to your emails so if you don't see anything in your inbox or spam/junk folder let me know.

Update:

Marie, Jenn, Elizabeth, Mary Beth, and Barbara your files have been sent as well.


Here is a scan of the patterns involved in this bundle:


All patterns have been accounted for, but I am still able to accept 2  more volunteers if anyone else is interested. My list is now full, thanks everyone! Volunteers are asked to either proofread or test tat a single pattern, and as compensation will receive the entire bundle of patterns (pictured above) for free. After that, the pattern bundle will be listed in my Etsy shop.

If you don't get in this time, don't worry. I hope to offer future proofreading opportunities, as long as there is continued interest. Volunteers can claim free patterns from my shop (or future credit), which will vary based on the project going on at the time. I don't have many patterns in there at the moment but hopefully this will become more relevant over time!

Not everyone has email addresses associated with their Blogger accounts, so the easiest way to make sure I have your contact info is to send me a message through the Contact Form on the sidebar of my blog.

Happy Tatting!

11 comments:

  1. Not sure what happened to my comment but, here I go again :) If you still need a proofreader and pattern tester I would love to be one...if not I will try again next time! Love all your patterns BTW!!!

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    1. Hi Barbara, you are in luck, you have the last available slot. Use the Comment Form on my blog sidebar so I can get your email address. Thanks!

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  2. Hi Robin, your bundle of snowflakes looks wonderful! I'm still amazed at how well your iPad designing is working out for you. You create really lovely designs.

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  3. Everything Frivole said... I couldn’t have worded it better!
    Fox : )

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  4. Thank you, Frivole and Fox. I think my process must be similar to those who hand draw their patterns before tatting them, except that the iPad drawing does have less control than a pencil. It takes some getting used to but is oh so useful as I could never draw that symmetrically on my own!

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  5. I think how you design patterns using an ipad is so so clever. Didn't offer to test tat as I don't have time. Well done to all who have offered though, very generous of you.

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  6. Can't wait to try out your snowflakes when it is published!

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  7. My shuttles are loaded and I'm ready to tat! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  8. Yay!!! Thank you so much! Will begin tomorrow!!!

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  9. Can't wait for the publication. I love your "free" snowflake patterns!

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