Site Review: Ribblr

I just found this site: Ribblr recently, and I’m hooked!

It’s a lot like Ravelry in that you can buy and sell patterns, but it’s so much more! I made a couple of free patterns, and I really love how interactive the patterns are.

  1. Journaling – each pattern allows you to keep a journal related to that pattern. You can share the journal with the public as well. I used it to keep notes on what yarn and hook I used, how long it took me to make the pattern and what I thought of the whole experience.
  2. Marking – each pattern allows you to mark off which line you’ve done in the pattern so you always know where you are and where you stopped if you take a break

The site is divided by level of experience or you could just view the entire library of patterns. It’s also searchable by free and paid patterns and by designer.

You can have a creator account as well as a designer account so you can access both if you like. I’m more of a creator, but I know a lot of people who both create and design so that feature is nice to have.

I strongly suggest everyone check them out, even if you don’t create yourself, you might know someone who does and can buy them a lovely pattern they don’t have.

If you check this site out, please let me know. I’d love to hear what others think of the site!

See you on the flipside and don’t forget your towel and sonic screwdriver!!

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