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Note: The survey was opened all of February 2015. It’s closed now, but you can read about the results in this post. We’d also love any feedback you’d like to leave in comments.
The next pattern in our Showy Rib series is about to be announced. I’d like you to decide how it will look.
TMI? Our blog, website and designs are centered around sharing new knitting techniques; “Nuances” like the Showy Decrease, Flat i-Cord and Resilient Cast On, to name a few. You can learn to use them in our patterns, then include them in your other knitting projects. That means I really want you to understand why it works, so we include notes, sample swatches and tips to help make it clear. But when is all this extra information too much?
What would your ideal pattern look like?
The question is what’s the best way to give you the information… in the pattern or separately online. The teacher in me wants to include everything in the pattern itself, but sometimes all that information makes a simple idea look more complicated. I could move some help online, but that means you need to be near the internet when you have a question. So what’s a girl to do?
Here are three pattern design options to think about.
Free pattern to help you decide.
Here are two versions of the Seismic Scarf pattern to compare and a sneak peek at the blog post. This is a pretty simple pattern so they are in format 1 and 3. The layout becomes even more important as we introduce some of our more complex ideas and patterns in the upcoming months. Seismic Scarf
The survey has 9 quick questions ending with which of the 3 options above you prefer.