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Nattypat Crochet specializes in crochet patterns of amigurumi that are quick to make, realistically shaped, and lovingly designed to mimic nature’s cutest critters.

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+More Apps for Techie Yarnies

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If last week’s list of yarnie iPhone and iPad apps in Apps for Techie Yarnies wasn’t enough for you, here’s a few more suggested by other app enthusiasts, including Caroline of Carry Yarn Stitching and me.

Springpad

A newbie to me, this featured-packed app allows you to creat smart notebooks to save, share and act on what’s important to you. You can create notebooks for crochet patterns, recipes, or anything that matters to you in collaboration with friends and family; access them anywhere; and share them whenever you please. *Also avaliable for Android.  

Zite

When I’ve got a spare moment to read a few quick articles I find myself sifting through those sourced by Zite, a customizable, topic-specific aggregator. Navigate recent online articles via topics you choose, including crochet and design, and share with your friends via social media and email.

Tallying

If you don’t need to record pattern repeats, stitches and all the options included in StitchMinder, try Tally Counter for iPhone and iPad. Simply tap a “+” or “-” to keep track of your number. Android users can try Tally Counter, which allows you to create and store 5 nameable tally counts.

Read the original Blog(sp) post, Apps for Techie Yarnies.

Don’t app and drive, especially if crocheting :).
*Note: I am not affiliated with any of the apps selected in any way.  

♥ Natalie of Nattypat Crochet


Comments & Questions from the Nattypat Community

Hi Natalie, thanks for the mention and this useful follow-up! There are so many useful apps, and it’s great to hear of some which are new to me. I love being able to organise ideas and pictures which inspire me or are useful, and it makes it much simpler to share them with my students. I’m looking forward to joining you on Pinterest!
— Caroline

Nattypat Crochet: No problem, glad to have your input! If you try out a new app that’s great, let us all know!



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