FAQ

Can I sell an item made from one of your patterns?
Yes, you have my blessings to do so.  I just ask you to give me credit for the design.
Can I distribute your pattern(s) on a medium of my choice?
Unless I give you permission, no.
I own a yarn store and would like to make a kit using one of your free patterns.  Can I do that?
No way.  My free patterns are free.  I will not give permission to distribute one of them as part of a kit.
I made a (better) version of one of your patterns, can I post that on my blog/website (or distribute it in any way)?
No.  I have no illusions of being able to communicate in a way that is the best for every single person on the planet.  If you made a version that works better for you than the original, great, but keep it to yourself.  Please respect the fact that I came up with an idea before you did.
I have a yarn store and would like to sell your patterns.  Is there a way to do so?
Yes.  If you’re on Ravelry, check out the in-store pattern sales service.

2 thoughts on “FAQ”

  1. Hi Mawelucky-
    I am attempting to nit the Gali shawl. It is my first shawl, and I an advanced knitter, but I’m having trouble picturing the chart working. Can you tell me is it knit bottom to top or right to left, or the other way? I understand you have gotten many questions about it, I mean no criticism at all believe me! I am just having trouble putting it all together even after gluing the charts together. And what does it mean when you say, ” The border consists of two stitches on either side worked in garter st.” Meaning just add a garter stitch on the end of each side? How does the pattern grow, add stitches from this one chart? I am sorry to bother you with this, any help you can give me would be much appreciated. My God mother asked me to knit this shawl for her for her 85th birthday! Please help!
    Thanks!
    Vicki

    1. Hi Vicki,

      Gail is knit from the neck down (top to bottom).

      And what does it mean when you say, ” The border consists of two stitches on either side worked in garter st.” Meaning just add a garter stitch on the end of each side?

      It means exactly what it says: work two sts in garter, work both charts, work two sts in garter.

      The shawl grows by adding repeats every so often – I don’t remember the row ratio since it’s been more than 2 year since I last knit it.
      If you are on Ravelry, you can find more info/post questions/show off your knitting here. Please check the group out.

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