TESTERS NEEDED

Iā€™m looking for experienced crocheters to test my crochet designs. I started a new FaceBook group exclusively for A Yarn of Serendipity designs. Being a member of this group does not require a member to test all patterns. At this time, my patterns are 11″ – 12″ afghan squares, but in the future, I plan to design a border to place around the squares.
I use a four-phase testing system. A call for testing begins with Phase I. When the call for testing goes out, I usually allow 2 weeks to complete the test. Initial testing should catch most obvious errors, and each following testing phase will detect subtle errors and inconsistencies. With the completion of each phase, a call for testing of the next phase will be announced. You can only test once per pattern.
Phase 1: Initial testing (minimum – 3 testers)
Phase 2: Intermediate testing (minimum – 2 testers)
Phase 3: Ending testing (minimum – 1 tester)
Phase 4: Pre-release testing (minimum – 1 tester)
If you have an eye for detail, feel comfortable reading patterns and are interested in joining my Facebook group, please email me at AYarnofSerendipity@gmx.com. Thanks!

Landyn Tahj Afghan Square

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Landyn Tahj is the sixth square in a series designed as a legacy for my grandchildren. Landyn has a wicked sense of humor, is highly spirited and does not hesitate to voice his opinion. He has lots of sharp edges but the biggest heart you will ever know. Oh, and he LOVES basketball!
You can get the pattern here. Be sure to check out other squares in the series in previous posts.

Madux James Afghan Square

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Madux James is the fifth in a series of squares designed as a legacy for my grandchildren. Madux is thoughtful, sensitive and incredibly sweet with an intellect that results in so many questions about the world around him.

The Madux James pattern available here.

You can find Lauren Rose, Macey Ann, Marley Mae and Kinnedy Nichelle in my other posts. šŸ™‚

Marley Mae Afghan Square

The Marley Mae square is the third square in a series that I am designing as a legacy for my grandchildren. Marley loves the ocean and volleyball; she’s analytical, has a wicked cynical sense of humor and sings like a bird. She’s a complicated girl that requires a bit more complicated square design.

These squares can be used as blanket squares, a center piece for a blanket, a pillow or tote. This is an intermediate pattern that can be found here. You can find Lauren Rose, Macey Ann, Kinnedy Nichelle and Madux James in my other posts. šŸ™‚

Testers Needed

My plan to create a series of crochet squares and name each square after each grandchild requires reliable, experienced testers. These square’s will be released separately as a free pattern on Ravelry and this blog.

I need testers for the final stage of testing for Marley Mae. If you or someone you know is available, please reply to my email at phaener@gmx.com.

Marley Mae Afghan Square-

Marley Mae is the third square in a series that I am designing as a legacy for my grandchildren. Marley loves the ocean and volleyball; she’s analytical, has a wicked cynical sense of humor and sings like a bird. She’s a complicated girl that requires a bit more complicated square design. šŸ˜Š

The square is out for testing and will be release soon.

Lauren Rose and Macey Ann squares are also available on my other posts.

Macey Ann Afghan Square

The Macey Ann square is the second in a series of squares named after my grandchildren. My intention is to design a square for each of them, that demonstrates each of their personalities.

This square named after Macey Ann represents her unique creativity and her love of everything pretty and sparkly.

All of these squares are designed to be used as blanket squares, a center piece for a blanket, a pillow or tote. Macey Ann is one of three designs featured in The Ultimate Granny Squares Sourcebook: 100 Contemporary Motifs to Mix and Match.

This intermediate pattern can be found here.

You can find Lauren Rose, Marley Mae, Kinnedy Nichelle and Madux James in my other posts. šŸ™‚