CLAPOTIS SPREADSHEET PDF
It’s time for, The Most Obnoxious Clapotis in the World. And it’s finished! In this post I just wanted to give some hints and tips for a few people. I’ve had a number of requests for my Clapotis Spreadsheet excel file. I can see what an incredible Clapotis you have added to the universe!. (from ) French women are known for wearing scarves. Starting in September and until summer arrives, this is a most important accessory.
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Now, call me crazy, but it seems to me that if I buy a pattern I should be able to do whatever I want with it except sell it on directly, of course.
I think the time and materials I put into a knitted item, say a shawl, are quite a contribution, and give me the right to sell it, gift it, keep it, or even destroy it if I wish. Attempting to place restrictions on the use of your creation speaks volumes about a mindset of lack and scarcity — which is not the way I choose to live. I believe there is plenty of business for everyone. As a matter of fact, I know of at least one pattern designer, Natalie Larson, who recognizes that collaboration is a better way to do business than the old paradigm of competition.
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Collaboration vs. Competition (and Clapotis Tips Too) – Indigo Kitty Knits
I ask that credit be given and claptis you provide a link from clapottis listings to my etsy, HC and Ravelry pattern store. I will provide you with the links and exact wording. She is a forward thinking business person. Collaborating with other knitters will get her pattern more exposure, more word of mouth and very likely, more sales.
The knitter gets free marketing assistance. Win-Win — I love that! This yarn is Cascadethe colorway is It reminded me of clzpotis thunderstorm sky, I called it Thunderclap on my Ravlery page. Fortunately, Kim at SoulKnitting has made a wonderful checklist you can find here on her blog. Makes the whole process very simple, just knit and check off the rows. So, genius pattern design and easy to use instructions from someone else — see what I mean about collaboration?
Where is the Clapotis chart/spreadsheet? | Kate Gilbert Designs
I think a lot about this subject, yes! I agree with you wholeheartedly. Do they want a share in that as well as selling the pattern? I call that greedy. One artist who does this is Tilda.
She designs beautiful dolls and such. I bought one of her books.
Then I noticed that she asks us not to make to sell the products in the book. Then … I noticed that a blogging pal was selling one of the dolls, obviously out of the book!
Should I tell her or not? Why are the artists so inward thinking and unwilling to share their skills?
Thanks for the shout-out! Please share it as you see fit. I love the Clapotis pattern and reworked a spreadsheet because I am for sure a row and stitch count knitter.
Hope this helps others. I do give credit to all who helped with that spreadsheet and pattern before me too. The more I explore your site, the more I find to like and agree with. It is as ludicrous sprradsheet if I tried to limit what is made from my hand spun yarn or hand dyed roving. I think linking to the pattern creator is great! You are commenting using your WordPress.
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Collaboration vs. Competition (and Clapotis Tips Too)