You may have read in a previous post that I am currently working on a number of patterns that I’ll need testing. I have had a fantastic response to this so thank you if you have replied.
I first created bobble pom poms for my previous test pattern: my Summer Bobble Pom Pom Poncho, (available in my Etsy shop) .
I really love these little bobble pom poms and how they show off colour changing yarn so I have used them again in this ear warmer and scarf.
Now I am offering the the chance for crocheters to test the ear warmer and scarf patterns for me so that I can make sure the sizes are accurate, and that the instructions are correctly written.
I will be running a Facebook group to communicate with testers and this will also be a place for the testers to add photos and share their experiences and work.
If you would like to test the pattern please be ready to answer the following questions when you join the group:
Would you consider yourself a beginner/intermediate/experienced crocheter? It is very useful for me to know how experienced my testers are so that I can choose a range of abilities and make the patterns accessible to everyone.
Would you be willing to provide photos of your process and a photo of the finished piece being worn by a person of the size you have made? I’d love to showcase your work and also show real people wearing my crochet rather than models.
I am happy for you to use any type of yarn, please keep a record of how much yarn you have used to make your ear warmer and/or scarf and the name, brand and colour. I love people getting creative with the patterns and choosing different colour schemes and fibres, it can change the look of the garment dramatically!
UPDATE- Thank you for your interest in testing my pattern, I am happy to say that I have enough testers now. Please follow me to be the first to find out about testing my next pattern….
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