Let me tell you how I organize my online patterns. Lately, I have been finding amazing pattern ideas on Pinterest. It is phenomenal but I've told you that before. Then I go to the website where I can purchase the pattern. Sometimes it is Ravelry, sometimes it is Patternfish, sometimes it is Carftsy, sometimes it is a website of the designer. I purchase it then the next thing I do is put the pattern in iBooks. Then I download the pattern from the email sent by Ravelry, Patternfish, Craftsy or the designer and save it on my computer as I am making a printed copy. So each pattern I buy can be found in my account where I purchased it, in iBooks, on my computer in downloads and in a notebook for printed copies. If I loose the printed pattern, it doesn't matter. If my iPad dies, it doesn't matter. If my computer dies, it doesn't matter. I have built so much redundancy into my patterns, I am set.
Let's get on to My Next Five Treasures.
1. Ravenscliffe by A. Hamilton
2. Double Fun Scarf by Wendy D. Johnson
3. Cross Country Skiing by Carol Sunday
4. Season's by DanDoh
5. Wunderwellen by Ute Nawratil
6. Aurora borealis by Tashashu Gordon
WAIT A MINUTE! I said I was going to pick my next five but I have chosen 14 with no end in sight. As I was looking through iBooks I was saying, "I want to do this and this and this and this." There really wasn't much I didn't want to do right now. What I think this says is there are unlimited, amazing patterns out there.