and resources…Here are links to tutorials I’ve have written and others I’ve found helpful.
COPYRIGHT LAWS: Knitting/Sewing
Though not a lawyer by trait, Evelyn of CopyKnit–a knitter, small-time designer, and an English teacher–has put together, based on reading comprehension/facts, her best understanding of Copyright law as it pertains to knitting (applicable to sewing too) in the U.S., not biased towards what some (i.e. FAQ for Knitters) like you to believe. Start with the first post and work your way forward.
Podcasts: Fiber crafts There are a fair number out there. Here…something for everyone to watch/listen to! You’re bound to find a podcast here you’ll like
Printfriendly (Added 11.04.2011) is easier, child friendly, does a better job, AND creates a PDF for you. No more fiddling with turning Knitty patterns into WORD documents and re-sizing all the columns. It worked great–even for someone who isn’t the sharpest knife in the drawer when it comes to computer stuff. You gonna love it, I tell you.
Random Strip Generator
Select the colors you like and want to use in your stripey piece of work and ta dah! Keep refreshing the page and the stripe pattern changes constantly!
If you don’t see a tutorial here, click the posterous tab at the top of my blog and type in a subject on the posterous page search box. There are lots of subjects listed here with summaries and pictures to inspire you.
I AM NEW to this home…so be patient while I navigate my way round