Having trouble pricing your handmade goods?
Need a easy-peasy-lemon-squeeze way to count time and keep track of the rows?
Stopped crocheting or knitting a wip a long time ago, and forgot which tools were using?
We are here to the rescue!
In order to know how much should you charge, you need to know how much time you did spent making it. To open a cronometer, and having a notebook around… That doesn’t seem fun at all. Especially if we have several WIPs at a time (come on, we know you do).
Create a new project, open it and hit play.
If you stop crocheting/kniting/crafting press PAUSE - if you just leave the app, the timer doesn’t stops, because, you know, you are probably just taking a look at the pattern
Add the info about the consumable materials (like yarn and safety eyes, for example), so the app can handle the pricing calculations.
Add the info about the tools (durables), so you never forget what hook you where using, even if you don’t make it for months
In your profile, you can change the info about your hourly wage, the index used, etc (but if you don’t want to, that’s ok, you may use the default settings)
You can create several projects, one for each wip. No matter how much time takes to go back to it, when you do, just press play, and the time keeps going from when you stopped.
You may use the info on finished projects to know how to price new ones in the future!
- Row counter
- Supply list
- Add pictures to your projects
- link to the pattern
- Pricing suggestion (based on hours, supplies and markup index)
All info about your projects will be safe at the cloud! Log in to have them on any device you want!
This app is a tech-baby born from a crocheter journalist and a hyperactive coder. Made with love to help out every fellow maker around the globe to work better, faster and smarter! So they can focus on making, and we do the scary math part of the job. You are welcome.
App from the creators of: http://crochet.land (portuguese)
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