About Divine Debris

About me

Hello! My name is Amber and I’m the designer here at Divine Debris. I love to crochet and design, that’s pretty much one of the most important things you need to know about me. My mother taught me to crochet when I was a wee kiddo but I didn’t pick it up again until I was in my 20’s and working in a craft store. In my crochet journey I’ve found that I love designing because of the creative aspect and I’m always thinking of new designs and drawing inspiration from just about everything. In fact, I have a note pad on my phone that has tons of different ideas that I get when I’m somewhere I can’t write it down so I just write the basic idea so I can get back to it. I hope I’m able to bring you some fun designs that you can love for years to come.
All my patterns are written in US terms.

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Comments Policy

I love reading all your comments, I swear! But I don’t like spam or profanity in my comments section, so please keep the language to PG-13 or I will be forced to edit your comment. And while I require you to leave your email address when you comment, please don’t leave it in the comment itself, as I don’t have any control over you ending up on a spam list because of it.

Free patterns

Yes, patterns are available for free to view on my blog but to be able to keep bringing you free patterns week after week I need to bring in revenue, which I do in a variety ways. I have paid patterns in my Ravelry and Craftsy shops, advertisements on the blog, and paid copies of the free patterns on this blog. 

Selling items made from Divine Debris patterns (and some other pattern details)

You may sell all finished products made from any pattern you see on this website or purchase in my Ravelry or Craftsy shops; however you may not share, sell, or distribute this pattern in any way, in whole or in part. I would greatly appreciate a link back to my shop or the pattern anytime you sell an item online.

You MAY NOT use any of the photos from this listing, or the ones contained in the pattern, to sell your item. You MUST take your own photos. Do not create a pattern based on my pattern.

Translating patterns

Please do not translate my pattern and host it elsewhere. If you would like to translate a pattern, please contact me personally and we can work something out.


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1 thought on “About Divine Debris

  1. I have just found you and love your work. You have some really interesting designs and I love the use of ribbon. I popped over and liked your facebook page too. Good luck with the shop – I am procastinating about mine! I find that I spend far too much time on the computer in an attempt to get myself out there!(or so I convince myself!) I look forward to seeing the other things you come up with. 🙂
    P.s. I find that I get a lot of great feedback from my blog – you should consider joining up with a link party such as Handmade Monday. It is time consuming but worth it for the feedback.
    Good luck.

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