Charts Made Simple
Understanding Knitting Charts Visually
Knitting on paper: that’s what a chart is. Symbols take the place of stitches, forming a picture of knitted fabric. Charts Made Simple explains how this picture unlocks the secret of understanding charts, teaching knitters how to read charts and how to make the most of them: to make sense of the symbols in a chart without being overly dependent on its key, to use charts as guides for minimizing and recovering from mistakes, and to handle chart quirks—“no stitch” symbols, repeated stitches, changes in stitch count, and more—with ease. Copious examples clearly illustrate key points, and at the end of each chapter, a concise summary and a set of exercises cement the lessons learned. softcover, 104 pages, Glass Iris Publications
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