Has Ravelry changed?
Last summer, Ravelry announced that, for the first time, it would radically redesign the site. The company had hired Livia Nelson, a product designer, to change what Cassidy had made thirteen years before. The revamping featured a new logo, color scheme, and font.
What is happening with Ravelry?
So what happens now? It’s clear Ravelry is not currently interested in making more changes to support people who say the site is now unusable, leaving them needing to find alternatives (I’ve shared a post here with some information; there are even more details and options on this post from WIP Insanity.
Can you upload patterns to Ravelry?
You can add a pattern by selecting “contributions” from the profile menu drop-down. If it is your first pattern, you will need to add the pattern entry to the database first; once you publish the pattern to the database you’ll see the option to add it to your Ravelry store.
How do I export a pattern from Ravelry?
Your overall notebook: If you hover over your avatar in the top right corner of the Ravelry screen, one of the options in the menu that flies out is ‘export data’. This will take you to a page where you can take a number of actions: Download your data: Most data is in JSON format.
How much does Ravelry charge to sell patterns?
Ravelry– All fees are based on a $6.00 US sale, payments received via PayPal.
|Fee||Fee Rate||Pattern Profit|
|Ravelry Sales Fee||3.5%*||$5.79|
|PayPal Fixed Fee||$0.30 in US||$5.49|
|PayPal Transaction Fee||2.9% in US||$5.32|
How do I add a PDF pattern to Ravelry library?
Log on to Ravelry and go to the “my notebook” tab. Click on “contributions” from the pull-down menu. Once you click this, you must choose the “add a pattern that you designed” option. Choose this option for both free and for sale patterns.
Are there free patterns on Ravelry?
… available as PDF downloads from Ravelry. You can see all of them, or we’ve split them out into free or for sale patterns if you prefer to browse that way. Your Pattern Highlights These are newly released patterns that we think you might like.