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Took a look at the front page image, and I think today is finally the tipping point for me getting off of Ravelry...

I know many designers began offering their patterns elsewhere after the site redesign debacle. But, I'm wondering if anyone has recommendations for how to keep my stash, patterns, and projects organized.

I've seen things like Trello and Airtable mentioned on a lot of sewing blogs. I'm going to work on downloading my library this week - I'd just like to be able to have it 'visually' organized, which was the big advantage to the Ravelry library.

[ETA: I have downloaded Trello and started organizing my patterns with it. I posted some info in the comments, for anyone interested.]

Took a look at the [front page image](https://www.ravelry.com/images/assets/features/pride/2021/archie-splash-8bpp.png), and I think today is finally the tipping point for me getting off of Ravelry... I know many designers began offering their patterns elsewhere after the site redesign debacle. But, I'm wondering if anyone has recommendations for how to keep my stash, patterns, and projects organized. I've seen things like Trello and Airtable mentioned on a lot of sewing blogs. I'm going to work on downloading my library this week - I'd just like to be able to have it 'visually' organized, which was the big advantage to the Ravelry library. [ETA: I have downloaded Trello and started organizing my patterns with it. I posted some info in the comments, for anyone interested.]

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Ugh. I haven’t been on Ravelry in a while and was really trying hard to ignore the fuckwittery, just duck in and out to grab my patterns. But they’re really doubling down on the extraneous bullshit.

[–] hmimperialtortie 🧶😸😸 2 points

I’ve made the one forum I use there the link page, so I don’t have to see the perverts’ advertising front page. Makes me wonder why they banned Trump supporters, Trump himself would fit right in with the other fetishists and predators they support.