My name is Jess Mason and I am a pattern designer and fiber artist community manager. I started crocheting when I was around 14 years old (my Grandma taught me!) and for the longest time I was only interested in making chain stitches! (Seriously, I think I made a chain an entire skein long!)
As I got older I started exploring all the possibilities crochet has to offer and that’s when I really fell in love with the craft. I started learning to knit and weave and my fiber obsession only grew!
Can I return a pattern?
Unfortunately, due to the nature of digital items, patterns cannot be returned and all sales are final.
Can I sell finished items that I made from your pattern?
This is one of the most common questions I get asked. The answer is yes. Please feel free to sell finished items made from my patterns. I do ask that credit be given in some way to me, in the form of a link or my name on the tag at a craft fair. However, do NOT sell the patterns themselves in any form.
Below I have defined some of the ways that I write things, to make it easier for you to understand.[/grve_icon_box][grve_icon_box icon=”list-ol” title=”Row/Round Numbers” align=”right”]In all my patterns, rows and rounds are clearly defined. That way, if you use a row counter you can easily keep track of where you are. Even the first round of an amigurumi will be numbered.
R1: sc6 in ML[/grve_icon_box][grve_icon_box icon=”pencil” title=”Note Section”]
My patterns also have a handy little column on the left hand side of the page, so if you print your patterns, you can easily take notes in the margin.[/grve_icon_box][grve_icon_box icon=”youtube” title=”Video Enhanced Patterns” align=”right”]
My patterns come with videos for the tough spots. Not pictures, videos. If you get stuck, just take a look at the included video! *Note: videos not available for all patterns. I’m working on it though![/grve_icon_box][grve_icon_box icon=”file-pdf-o” title=”PDF Files”]
All my patterns are provided as PDF files. That means that even the free ones are easily saved to your computer, iPad, or easily printable.[/grve_icon_box][grve_icon_box icon=”repeat” title=”Repeats” align=”right”]Much of amigurumi rounds are created with repeats. My repeats are contained in parentheses so that you can easily distinguish them from the rest of the round’s instructions.
R56: (2sc, dec, 2sc) rep 6 times (24)
In this example, you would repeat the stitches in the parentheses, in order, 6 times and you would wind up with 24 stitches in that round.[/grve_icon_box][grve_icon_box icon=”info” title=”Materials Info”]
My patterns include a table that details all the materials, notions and supplies you will need to complete the pattern. It also includes extra information on each material as well as substitutions you could use.[/grve_icon_box]