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I learned of Fiber Pics through a friend, who was working on an heirloom portrait of her parents.
She was crocheting a replica as an afghan and using a pattern that was written instead of a graph.
I was taken back by the detail. I watched her gladly go through the stitches.
I was blown away by the detail of the pattern but how simple it was as well.
I was floored at the 45 pages of the pattern stitches required, but as my friend demonstrated to me, it’s not as daunting as one might think.
I was amazed how fast it was too!
I learned how to do this technique myself and not long after, I learned how to make patterns.
These patterns take the mystery work out of the photograph.
There’s no counting of boxes in a diagram.
So you don’t have to sit there and count really tiny boxes to ensure you get the pattern right.
I have it all worked out for you to follow along with very simple directions.
In watching my friend work, I noticed she labeled a code number on her yarn balls to match the pattern. She was commenting that it’s easier if she labels the ball with the code number to prevent herself from making an error of choosing the wrong yarn when doing the details.
Very bluntly speaking, many crocheters will believe my price point is out of line.
The truth of the matter is that this method is a huge time saver and is generating a pattern that is unique to you.
I believe that you won’t just flip through your photos and just randomly pick a photo to transform.
Crocheters will carefully choose because they know the project is going to be exceptionally meaningful at the end.
Our pattern pricing is extremely reasonable considering the details and customization qualities.
My friend has ordered 5 patterns once she realized how simple this method was.
I think she is hooked, but in a fabulous way.
She’s even smiling while crocheting which shows her enthusiasm and personalization to the pattern.
Occasionally, she rests the afghan from a distance to see how she is progressing as it’s not always easy to tell from close up.
She is going to frame her afghan as a wall hanging afterwards.
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