Tech Editing

Tech Editing

Happy Thursday, Everyone!

I have a fabulous resource and learning experience that I’m really excited to share with you today…!

techeditRecently, I completed a great class on technical editing for knitting patterns. This course is designed and taught by Joeli, of Joeli Creates! Today, Joeli posted on her blog about her
interview with me on what it’s like to take her Learn to Tech Edit course.  If you are someone who is interested in tech editing and/or in becoming a tech editor, go ahead and get yourself a glimpse of what it was like taking the course by checking out the interview on Joeli’s blog!

If you are a designer in need of tech editing services, I am now accepting clients and welcoming new designers! I would love to work with you! Check out my Technical Editing Services page for details, and please contact me if you have a question or would like more information. You can reach me through my Contact Form, on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.



Family, Knitting

Road Trip Knitting

Last weekend, my family and I traveled to Pickerington, Ohio to celebrate my Grandmother‘s 80th birthday!
We threw her a surprise party…



Grandma’s stories are the best!

It was so great to see her laughing and smiling and telling stories!


We were able to spend time with family members that we don’t often get to see!


Melody & Aunt Peggy are such jokesters!
My cousin, Pearl and her husband, David…
My sister, Hannah & brother-in-law, Everitte…

Since the trip is about 8.5 hours one way, I packed lots of knitting & crocheting to keep me busy!

Finishing a sample for my first knitting pattern, which will be available soon!


Knitting in the car is definitely not as easy as it sounds!


It’s bumpy and swervy no matter how good a driver you have at the wheel…


…But it’s still a huge chunk of mostly uninterrupted knitting time, which is fabulous and nearly unheard of for me lately! Even with vast numbers of bumps and swerves, knitting can get me through just about anything! ☺️

What about you? Do you knit in the car on long trips? Why or why not? Do you have any tips or tricks to share with us for dealing with the bumpiness of the car ride while knitting?