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The Ultimate Guide to Crochet Pattern Writing - How to Write Crochet Patterns

Updated: Jan 5

Have you always wanted to create crochet patterns but don't know where to start? Do you want to make extra income selling patterns, but don't know how to market them? Are you currently writing a pattern, but feel stuck?

If you answered YES to any of these questions. This Guide is for YOU.

Hey, there! My name is Priscilla, and I am the owner of The Stitch Queen Crochet. I have been writing crochet patterns for years, and started successfully selling them a few years ago. My profits have only been going up year after year as I learned more and more from trial and error. Not to mention, I have a loyal and amazing following who anticipate each of my pattern releases!

It's an amazing experience and feeling, and you can achieve this, too!

When I first started writing patterns, I didn't research how to, I just wrote it how I did it and hoped for the best! I wish I had a guide that showed me everything I needed to know, from where to start, sizing, finding and choosing pattern testers, to marketing.

That's why I created this, to help you get a head start in the game! It's so easy to leave out important details in your pattern, and make mistakes that turn off your buyer. You want to get the details right first time!

So why do you really need this Guide? Here's Three of the many reasons why:

3. Get The Knowledge on How to Publish a Listing That Sells


Debunk Your Fears

It's way too easy to get 'in your head' when it comes to taking that first step to creating your own amazing crochet pattern. Crochet is supposed to be fun and therapeutic right? Then why does fear, anxiety, and procrastination take the forefront? In the FIRST section of my Workbook/Guide, I debunk the top three fears crocheters typically have when they start on their pattern writing journey.

It's comforting to know that you can overcome those fears and step into the next amazing part of your crochet journey. While reading this guide, it'll feel like you're having a conversation with someone who has experience to show you what to do. You won't want to hold you self back afterwards.

Learn to Layout Your Pattern + Assure Accuracy

A question that is super popular is: what do I need to include in my pattern?

After writing multiple patterns (and following a bunch) I've learned, and included in my guide, the essentials that every pattern needs. The future reader of your pattern will thank you after seeing how perfectly detailed your crochet pattern is, and will trust that your future patterns will be just as easy to follow!

I also talk about assuring that your pattern is actually crochet-able! This means we will discuss Pattern Testers and Tech Editors: what they are, how they are different, and if you need them.

Get the Knowledge on How to Publish a Listing That SELLS

Creating an amazing pattern is one thing, but marketing it is a whole other obstacle! I'm sure you have heard of SEO and keywords, whether in passing, or maybe you have done some research yourself. Either way, those two terms are KEY if you're wanting your patterns to be searchable and seen. This goes for your own website, Etsy, Ravelry, and other platforms.

I'll go in depth on how I find the best words to use in my title, description, and tags, and you'll even have your own keyword worksheet to fill out so that you can find the best terms for yourself!

Convinced? I hope so! If you want to check out the the listing for the Guide, head here --> The Ultimate Guide To Crochet Pattern Writing

There is a great pattern inside of you that is ready to be written and created! Get started today!

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