Oceanbreezes Technical Editing for Knitwear Designers

Polishing Your Patterns for Publication  


Teresa was an amazing asset on my project for Malabrigo Yarns, Malabrigo Heritage. She rolled with the changing timeline and was incredibly professional and self-motivated when it came to reaching out to the involved designers. I am really pleased with how simple and easy the changes she suggested were to implement -- she has a very clear way of explaining what needs to be done. I definitely hope to use Teresa on future projects! 

~ Hannah Thiessen


I have used Oceanbreezes Tech Editing Services now for several patterns. I love the individualized attention I receive. Teresa has such an amazing eye for detail. She manages to find any and all errors and is always open to making suggestions to create continuity not just through out the individual pattern but for my brand as a whole. She’s thorough in double checking not just for grammar but the math behind the pattern and/or charts as well. I love that she’s able to work with my schedule even though we operate on opposite coasts of the country! Teresa has been able to juggle various obligations and I have always felt like a priority. Oceanbreezes Tech Editing Services is at the top of my referral list for other designers.

~ Melissa Murphy / Rising Tide Fiber Co.

Creek Ripple Cowl  

In and around the shores of the Chesapeake Bay, you’ll find creeks that are full of wildlife and wonders. These small, sometimes hidden estuaries ripple from the whip of the wind. The Creek Ripple Cowl is a beautiful but simple pattern that will showcase any variegated or speckled colorway DK weight yarn. The cowl pattern comes in two size versions.

Boatyard Shawl  

On the shores of the Chesapeake Bay, boatyards and marinas are full of quiet charm, fresh air, summer breezes, and clean water. These small nautical communities provide a haven for the hustle and bustle of many boaters, weekend visitors and summer residents. 

The boatyard shawl is a triangular shawl with beautiful drape to help cut the cool air during early and late boating season.