Tech Editing FAQs

What are your rates?

I charge $30 per hour regardless of the pattern. I try my best to be as efficient with my time while being thorough and meticulous with your edit. It’s important to me that I keep the cost to you, my client, as low as possible while giving you my very best work.

What forms of payment do you accept?

I do all of my invoicing through QuickBooks which accepts PayPal and credit cards. I also accept payment through my Venmo account.

What is your turnaround time?

Turnaround times vary depending upon my availability, my current workload and the complexity of the pattern you wish to have edited. I try to get the first edit back within a few days and make subsequent edits in a timely fashion. Again, I try to be as efficient as possible while doing my very best editing work.

In what format do I send the pattern to you?

I accept documents in Microsoft Word, Mac Pages and Google Docs. However, I prefer to work with a PDF because I add comments and markings through an annotation app. I usually convert any document I receive to PDF format for easier editing.

What happens after I send you the pattern?

I have an article HERE that explains my tech editing process.

Have more questions?

Don’t hesitate to be in touch. I’m happy to give you any information you need when it comes to crochet tech editing. I know how important this step is in the design process and I want to be there to help in any way I can.