Crochet Tech Editing Masterclass

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An online course teaching all you need to know about how to tech edit for crochet.

Using my 13+ years of working within the Yarn Industry to teach you how to become a Crochet Tech Editor.

 

Who is the course for?

If you're ready to take your crochet knowledge to the next level, and you also enjoy maths and spreadsheets, then this self-paced e-course could be perfect for you.

If you're a proofreader with a love for crochet, or a knitting tech editor ready to expand your skills, then this course could be the perfect solution.

If you're a crochet designer, looking to expand your skills and knowledge, then this course is just the ticket.

What's included?

I've included everything you need to develop the skills and knowledge needed to become a crochet tech editor.

You will receive:

  • Five extensive modules, each with visual slideshow presentations with audio narration with accompanying course notes in the form of pdf files.

  • Detailed examples and exercises.

  • A 'quick start guide' and password to access the restricted learning area of my website where you will find the course modules and documents.

  • Lifetime access to the course content and any updates and revisions.

  • Live Q&A sessions where you can ask questions about the course.

  • An invitation to join my private Facebook group of Designers and Tech Editors, so that you can ask general questions and support each other.

The course covers:

  • An introduction about technical editing.

  • Technical Editing vs Pattern checking.

  • Why is technical editing so important?

  • What is a style sheet and why is it important?

  • Checking pattern intros - materials/tension or gauge/yarn info etc.

  • Checking the maths in rows and rounds.

  • An introduction to simple grading

  • An introduction to simple charts. 

  • And so much more .......

What skills do you need to take this course?

  • Have a good basic crochet knowledge.

  • Understand how increasing and decreasing shapes a piece of crochet.

  • Have a good eye for the detail.

  • Have a sound grasp of basic maths.

I will talk you through setting up simple spreadsheet in the course material, and if preferred you can simply use pen and paper which is something I do often too.

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