I want to be an artist -Tokuko's history of knitting work 7-
When I was still in Kanagawa, I drafted and made my own size Yoke Sweater, which I uploaded to Ravelry. I was.
With that in mind, I went to room amie and saw the wonderful Rowan yarns in front of me.
Also, thanks to Mr. Kikumori's kindness, when the pattern was completed, we were able to get him to assemble the kit.
First of all, it's from pattern writing that I've never done before. I didn't have the technology to expand the size yet, so I decided to write the act of knitting as it is.
I didn't have any computer software that would allow me to create knitting patterns, and I had to write a sentence for Sara. So, I decided to create an English pattern and a Japanese sentence pattern translated from it.
At that time, in order to register as a designer on Ravelry, I had to send a request email directly to the person in charge of the system. Finally, I was relieved to have Sara proofread the pattern in exchange for free.
Anyway, I struggled with English every day, and although I successfully completed the pattern, I was having a hard time uploading the pattern next time. We'll get it done today! It was 2 o'clock in the morning when I completed the upload work that I started with enthusiasm.
I was exhausted and took a bath, and when I checked the PC, there were already three patterns sold. I remember jumping around in the middle of the night.
February 3, 2010. This was the day of my designer debut.