3 Easy Ways to Chart a Knitting Pattern — so you wannabee a Domestik Goddess? How can a crafter turn an image into a custom pattern for a knitted motif — quickly and easily — without spending a fortune? It’s not as difficult as you might think, and it can be done for little or no cost at all. Suddenly, all sorts of creative possibilities come to mind – custom logo knitwear for the cheerleading squada child’s artwork reproduced on a sweater vest for GrannyImpressionist landscapes rendered on knitted afghans and throws a knitted tote with a rock idol’s portraityour pet’s portrait on a knitted cushion cover… Here, for example, is a chart for knitting a Union Jack flag motif in three colours. Now, let’s talk about how that knitting chart is made… Here are three different ways to chart out a pattern onto a grid — without having to invest in some of that delicious but high-priced stitch-mapping pattern-design software — and each method has its strengths and weaknesses. 1. It doesn’t get much easier! But here’s the trick — knitting stitches are longer than they are wide. 2.
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Knit Foundry: Software Buy Knit Visualizer If you are upgrading from 1.x and have a discount code; please use our upgrade page. ** When you purchase our software to download, you will be sent an email with download instructions. The download is time sensitive so you should plan on downloading the software as soon as possible. What Is Knit Visualizer? Knit Visualizer was created to assist in building charts from knitting patterns almost automatically, it does that and so much more: Color! Don't forget all the features that make Knit Visualizer great: Extensive stitch library lets you easily pick stitches to paint in your chartEasy to read symbols for over 40 common stitches and over 75 different cable stitches.Type in a stitch pattern to see a chart created for you. Also check out: Knit Visualizer Demo (Windows) Download Now Knit Visualizer Demo (Mac) Download Now! Love Knit Visualizer and want an image to link back here?
Your Inspiration Store | Yarn Factory Outlet 4 principles by Paul Rand that may surprise you - Designer Blog Designer Blog Saul Bass, Milton Glaser and Paul Rand are something like the holy trinity of 20th century logo design; between them, they branded a staggering number of the world’s biggest companies, from AT&T to IBM. Rand, the eldest of the three, was arguably the most influential. His principles continue to inspire today. Some of them may surprise you. Like Bass and Glaser, Rand was born to Jewish immigrants in New York City between the World Wars. Rand’s pro bono covers for Direction magazine; March 1939 (left), December 1940 (right) Two of Rand’s earliest logos, for Esquire magazine 1938 (left) and Coronet Brandy 1941 (right) A formative moment arrived when Rand met one of his idols, Hungarian Bauhaus artist László Moholy-Nagy. After catching up on his art theory, Rand began to philosophize about his own work — what logos are, what they are not, what they are capable of being. 1. Rand never assigned such importance or responsibility to a logo. Logo for Borzoi Books, 1945 2. Logo for Westinghouse, 1960
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