About this Product
***This listing is for a CROCHET PATTERN ONLY, not a finished product. PLEASE READ ENTIRE DESCRIPTION BEFORE PURCHASING.***
IMPORTANT NOTE: PDF downloads are non-refundable and aren't eligible for exchanges due to the nature of these items.
This sweet little scarf is the perfect accessory to finish off your look. Sport it around your neck, head, ponytail, waist, tote, purse, or bag. Drape it, wrap it (once or twice), knot it, loop it, or tie it in a bow.
To learn more about this design, click here.
Familiarity with the following: working flat, decreasing/increasing, gauging, linen st, basic sts and st combos, duplicate st, loop recognition, applied i-cord to an edge, st anatomy, understanding of the use of brackets, parentheses, and/or asterisks, following a pattern with minimal or no photo/video references and/or tutorials, experience reading a pattern
Size 1 | 31" long; 2" wide
Size 2 | 41" long; 2" wide
Size 3 | 31" long; 3.75" wide
Size 4 | 41" long; 3.75" wide
(1) 10-page digital PDF download in US standard crochet terms
Uses category 2 sport weight or category 3 DK weight yarn
Uses size 3.5mm crochet hooks (1 for main part of scarf, 2 for i-cord edging)
Instructions for customizing length/width
Video for i-cord edging
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Meet the Maker
ABOUT THE COZY KNOT
The Cozy Knot was created in 2016 by Tanya Johnson. It started as a place to sell handmade meticulously-crafted crocheted items and evolved into a brand that designs clean and modern crochet patterns for the body and home.
In this fast-paced world full of technology, social media, and instant gratification, my hope is that my designs allow you to slow down, be mindful in the moment, and find appreciation for the creative process. The process of crocheting is truly transformative, meditative, and healing, and the pride that comes from creating garments or items for your own home is truly uplifting.
THE DESIGN PROCESS
My designs are often inspired in a split-second moment from a thought, feeling, or something around me. I usually take a couple days to design my way through all the details in my mind before I choose a yarn and start working up the item or swatches. My style tends to be functional and clean with subtle design flairs, while paying close attention to drape, aesthetic, stitch, balance, and assembly/construction.
Hello! My name is Tanya and I am the creative behind The Cozy Knot. I run my business out of my "home" in Texas. However, I'm a geographical transplant, so I consider my actual home MinnesOOOta. I'm a self-taught crocheter. The seed was planted a LOOOONG time ago when my identical twin sister, Tiffany, and I would spend time at my grandparents house where we'd watch our grandmother crochet. Before she died when we were 10 years old, she made us each a large crochet afghan blanket (which I still have to this day). Years later (as adults), Tiffany started taking up crochet out of curiosity. I followed soon after, and these days, Tiff and I could easily spend hours together crocheting and binging on Netflix. From there, the hobby just took off. Crochet was just something that began to click for me. I could only keep so many crocheted items for myself, so it was just natural to consider opening an Etsy shop to keep my hook moving! After a couple years of selling handmade items, the business evolved into design and pattern-writing—something that truly fuels my creative spirit. I like to think that my grandma would be tickled and proud to see how my sister and I have come to love crochet the way we do. I sincerely appreciate your support in this journey! Thank you so much for coming to check out The Cozy Knot!
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LEGAL & COPYRIGHT
Pattern designs/images are copyright protected, for personal, non-commercial use only, and the sole property of The Cozy Knot and Tanya Johnson. Please DO NOT alter, copy, duplicate, share, sell, or claim my patterns (or any portion of my patterns) as your own in any way, shape, or form without consent, as it is considered illegal.
Please be courteous to the time, money, and effort it takes to put my heart and soul into designing, creating, and writing up patterns for you to enjoy. It is only through your amazing kindness and integrity I’m able to do what I do. I appreciate you! Thank you! xoxo
If you choose to sell items made from my patterns, do not use my photos. Credit me as the designer of your product for pattern rights using the information below. Please paste it into your seller listings or wherever you choose to market/sell your product(s)—whether this be online or in a physical space (shop/market/etc.). This is to uphold the integrity of my designs.If you're selling items made from this pattern, please set the price to reflect the amount of work, time, love, and materials that went into its creation.
Please attach this information to all marketing/listings/sales/booth/etc.:
Pattern Design: The Cozy Knot/Tanya Johnson
Reproduction of items made from my patterns is only allowed in small batch quantities and only allowed when made by hand. Permission for mass/factory production of items not granted. Permission for video tutorials using my patterns not granted.You can find my shop policies and business hours at www.thetanyajohnson.com/patternpolicies.
PATTERN SUPPORT + CUSTOMER SERVICE
For pattern support, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I try my very best to respond as quickly as I possibly can to questions, but please understand that I am not available 24/7 for immediate response and help. Please allow up to 1-2 *business days for a response. My support hours are as follows:
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PDF downloads and digital items are non-refundable and are not eligible for exchanges due to the nature of these items. There are also no refunds for failure to read all policy and listing information/descriptions.
PRICING YOUR ITEMS
Should you choose to sell items made from my pattern, I've included the pricing calculator below, which takes into account all aspects of creating the item—the cost of the supplies, number of hours it takes to complete, and overhead/markup. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me at email@example.com.
Pricing depends on how much time it takes you to make the item and how much you spend on materials. But it’s also a little more than that (overhead, profit, etc). Here’s the most basic formula (2 STEPS) I recommend for pricing handmade items:
STEP 1: Hourly Rate + Cost of Materials = Wholesale Price
The wholesale price only covers your time + cost of materials, so now you have to add overhead and other costs (if there are any…shipping, packaging, website, tags, marketing time/fees, gas/travel, selling fees, etc). And of course you need to make a profit, so then you have to do a STEP 2.
STEP 2: Wholesale Price x Number Between 1.5-2.25 = Retail Price
To decide on a number between 1.5-2.25, it depends on how much “other expenses” you have for your business. If you don’t have any or very many, select 1.5. If you have a moderate amount, 1.75. If you have more, 2. If you have a lot, 2.25.
You can also Google “how to price handmade items” and there will be several blogs that populate on the topic.