What You Ought to Know About Shopping in the Store

By Rachel Choi – 16 Comments

You can visit the Crochet Spot Store at: http://www.crochetspot.com/store/

Here is how to get started:

1. Create a Store Account
This is really important! By creating an account it will save all of the patterns you purchased so that you can download them whenever you want. If you accidentally lose your PDF file, you can just log in and download it again!
Please note that if you are a newsletter subscriber, the store account is different. So you will still need to create a store account. Creating the account is free and fast! Just fill out the big blue box at the upper right hand corner of the store page.

2. Buy Patterns, there are two options!

Premium Pattern Membership
You may decide to upgrade your account to a Premium Pattern Membership for $10/month. This will allow you to download all the patterns in the store, including all newly added patterns each month for as long as you are subscribed. Yes, there will be plenty of patterns added each month. To join the membership simply click the “Subscribe” button in the yellow box at the top of the store page when you log into your account.

One of the great things about the store is that everything works automatically! Once you pay you can automatically download patterns. You do NOT have to wait for me to email them to you like other stores do! Also be aware that the payment processing for the membership is automatic. If you sign up on the 1st of the month, the next payment will automatically be on the 1st of the next month.

There is no monthly obligation for being a member. You can cancel your membership at anytime by logging into your Paypal or other payment account. Note that upon canceling, you membership account will be closed automatically the same day and you will no long have access to all the patterns in the store.

Pay Per Pattern
If you are not apart of the Premium Pattern Membership you may pay the price listed for each pattern in the store. After logging into your newly created account you can add patterns to your shopping cart on the right hand side of your screen. Upon purchasing them you will be able to automatically download them! In addition, these patterns will be saved in your account in the “My Purchased Patterns” tab, so that you can re-download them later if you lose them.

General Information

  • Payments are extremely secure since Paypal is used to process all payments. Paypal is the #1 most trusted payment processing service on the internet!
  • You can pay using PayPal, credit card or bank account. You do NOT need a Paypal account to make payments.
  • All patterns in the store are my original designs and are written in U.S. terminology, just like all the patterns on this site.
  • The goal of the store is to support Crochet Spot. Your support is greatly appreciated!
  • If you ever need help with a pattern you purchased, let me know and I’ll be sure to help!

Visit the Crochet Spot Store to start shopping!
If you need help or have any questions about the store, feel free to let me know and I’ll be more than glad to help!

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16 Comments

  1. De'Anna says:

    I asked myself the same thing many moons ago when I turned 21 :) Here is what I think. Every birthday is a great celebration!! So…….. A VERY HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU RACHEL!!

  2. Martha says:

    I’d like to add my wishes for a happy birthday. Don’t you love having a birthday in the summer? So far, I’ve know 62 summers.

    from an old Hoosier gal,

    Martha

  3. Bonnie Lingard says:

    Happy Happy Birthday sweetie!!!!!! Turning 21 is awesome! You have the entire ‘yellow brick road’ in front of you……ENJOY!!!! You deserve all the best, I hope it was a memorable one for you.

    XO,
    Bonnie

  4. Linda says:

    Just want to wish you a Very Happy Birthday. And to also thank you for being such a generous person to let us all have so many of your free patterns you work so hard on. That is amazing. And you are very talented.

    Happy Birtyday again.

    Linda

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  13. Memere Gaucher says:

    Help! Twice I have attempted to sign up and both times no e-mail “confirmation” arrived! I desperately want to make the leprechaun hat! Help

    • Rachel says:

      Hi Memere, you don’t have to wait for an email confirmation in order to use the store. It doesn’t look like you have a store account yet, so to create one, go to the Crochet Spot store and use the blue box at the upper right hand side of the page. After you fill in the required info, it will automatically log you in and you can start shopping!

      Here is a link to the store: http://www.crochetspot.com/store/

      Let me know if you need more help.

  14. Eileen Scifo says:

    Morning everyone,
    Love to read all the comments, I’m 77 years young and just learned to crochet several months ago. I wanted to do something that I was told I couldn’t do by a sister-in-law who told me I have 10 thumbs years ago and stopped trying, But now a new friend I met had the patience to show me and now I’m crocheting. So I found this site and it’s great. Thanks

    • linda cooper says:

      Eileen, I have only been crocheting for about 2 years and I am now 69. I had people to try to tell me that I was getting to be too old to learn , too. Granted there are still quite a few patterns and stitches that I haven’t mastered and I still miss quite a few stitches but I am proud of what I have learned from other people as well from what I have been able to figure out by my lonesome self.
      My first instructor was left handed where I am right handed. But I was able to learn from this woman by simply setting across the table from her.
      Hey!! Where there’s a will there’s a way.

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