PDXKnitterati is now on Payhip

What’s Payhip? It’s another online platform for PDXKnitterati pattern sales. Some knitters are having health issues caused by Ravelry’s recent update and are unable to use the site, so I want to provide an alternate way to purchase patterns.

Here’s the link to my Payhip store. I have most of my shawls and wraps listed, and I’ll keep working to put more of my patterns over there. Coming soon: the brioche collection, and then cowls and scarves. (If I say this here, it’s incentive for me to get it done.) The site is pretty, but it doesn’t have a database for searching like Ravelry does. At least, I don’t think it does.

If you’d like to try it out, I’m offering 15% off my patterns there through September 7. Use coupon code SEPT15 for this discount. (If you subscribe to my newsletter, you’ll get a code for 20%.)

If you’re a Ravelry user and want to put the pattern in your library, email me your receipt and I’ll gift you a copy on Ravelry. And if you’d rather purchase the pattern on Ravelry, the code works there, too. Please check my Payhip store to see which patterns are included in this sale.

Here’s the link to my Ravelry store, which is the most complete of all the options at this time. The database of patterns and projects is still a great resource; there’s nothing like it anywhere else.

You can find some of my designs on LoveCrafts. This site is the slowest for me to work with, so I’m not planning to add more patterns on it for now.

Last but not least, some of my designs are on Knit Picks, either through their books, or through the Independent Design Program (IDP). They choose the patterns, so there is a limited number of mine on this site.

Savoir-Faire is everywhere? (Old cartoon callback; let me know if you get it!)

3 responses to “PDXKnitterati is now on Payhip

  1. Very cool! I will have to check out your page there 🙂

  2. I hope more designers go this route.  I’d rather buy from designers directly than go through Ravelry.

    Annie Berg 559.999.0203

    • All my ongoing new stuff will be over there in addition to on Ravelry. It’s just the 100 pieces on Ravelry that will be a chore to list. A lot of the older stuff doesn’t sell much, if at all, and that doesn’t motivate me to list them!

      It does cost me more to sell patterns through Payhip; the cut is bigger.

      I’m also moving my freebies to be hosted here on my blog; it makes more sense to drive traffic to ME, amiright?