Getting techie…

SeaDragon_DigitalPattern_EtsyI’m in the process of going digital with the tutorials that I have for sale in my Etsy shop. I’ve had a lot of requests for PDFs and I can understand why. With the cost of shipping these days, especially internationally, it is certainly cost prohibitive for some to order a pattern when the cost of shipping amounts to almost half the price of a pattern. I have about three-quarters of the patterns uploaded as digital files now and will finish the rest in the next few days.  For those who are technically challenged and/or still prefer to get hard copies, just send me a convo on Etsy and I’ll be happy to oblige.  And of course, anyone ordering a kit will receive a hard copy of the pattern with their order!

~ by BarbaraBriggsDesigns on April 4, 2013.

2 Responses to “Getting techie…”

  1. I just downloaded the Sea Dragon pattern which I’d been thinking about ordering. For me, PDFs are an inexpensive indulgence. I can file them on the computer or a thumb drive and they’re there waiting for me when I’m looking for a new project. Also, I don’t like to experiment — much prefer to let someone else work out the bumps. So, thanks for going to PDFs.


    • Rose, I’m fining that I’m really liking the PDFs too…it’s much easier for me not having to spend valuable time printing and taking patterns to the post office, not to mention the cost of ink and wear and tear on my printer. I’m so glad I’m able to off the alternative to hard copies.


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