Ready to become a published designer?

Have you been hesitant to get your designs on paper?

Fearful that your first pattern won't be perfect?

Stuck with analysis paralysis or anxious about what others might think?

Well, NOW is the time to break through those things that are keeping you stuck, pick a simple design, and just get it down on paper.
Join the Challenge!
Ready to become a published designer?

I'll Walk You Through The Process Step-By-Step

Once you register (for FREE), you’ll receive login credentials begin your challenge immediately (or whenever you’re ready, it’s up to you). 

You'll log in to access seven crochet pattern writing lessons that will take you from concept to launch

The lessons will help you create your first simple design and who knows where you’ll go from there!

Once you have your first success under your belt, your next pattern will come so much more easily! 

Are you ready to take the challenge? Sign up today!

Your future design career awaits!

Start now and publish your first design in just days.

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Course curriculum

  • 1
    Welcome to the challenge!
    • Welcome to My First Design: Crochet Pattern Writing Course
    • How to use this course
  • 2
    Your Course Modules
    • Lesson 1: The Concept
    • Lesson 2: Playing with Yarn
    • Lesson 3: So Many Numbers
    • Lesson 4: The Write Stuff
    • Lesson 5: A Picture is Worth....
    • Lesson 6: You Gotta Have Friends
    • Lesson 7: 3-2-1 Take Off
  • 3
    Next Steps...

Your Instructor

  • Pamela Grice

    Artisan Blogger

    Pamela Grice

    Hi, I’m Pam – the part-crochet designer, part-psychotherapist, and full-on-cheerleader behind the Crochetpreneur blog where I combine my wisdom as a counselor and experience as a six-figure Etsy seller to help other makers find personal and financial freedom through artisan-entrepreneurship.

    When I’m not coaching, counseling, or crocheting, I spend my days caring for my newly-toddling grandson. I’m an introvert who loves people, an encourager, a solution-finder, and a creative-thinker who spent more time reading encyclopedias and playing with yarn as a kid than was probably normal. And, while I never did marry Donny Osmond, I’m thankful to have crafted an amazing life in the beautiful mountains of Colorado with my husband, Kevin, and our two neurotic pups.