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 EnvisioKnit Design Studio Knitting Software We Crochet It: download a free pattern every day. Knitting Chart Maker - Review of Knitting Chart Maker Program by Jacquie The Bottom Line For a free program, this is a good option for people who want to make charts for their own use and who have a good grasp of what the different symbols mean. I found it a little frustrating to use, but other people might not replicate the problems I had. And even with the issues I had, I would probably still use this program to make simple charts for my own use. Pros It's free.Easy to use for basic designs.Can easily transfer the chart to an image editing program.You can add custom cable patterns and colors for Fair Isle or intarsia.Shows a stitch count so you can ensure you're increasing and decreasing evenly across a row. Cons I had trouble sometimes switching between symbols.I couldn't get tinking to work in the color mode.I couldn't get back to the design mode after switching to color mode without shutting down.The online and downloaded versions have different features and are better for different things. Description Guide Review - Jacquie's Knitting Chart Maker
Whit's Knits: Little Cable Knee Highs Whether you have legs like Rob Roy or Jerry Hall, whether you fancy yourself riding a horse in ancient Mongolia or hopping a subway in 21st century Manhattan, knees high socks are for everyone, everywhere, anytime! These Little Cable Knee Highs are designed to look like they could as easily have been plucked from a case at the Victoria and Albert Museum as from a shelf at Barney's. They're simple and practical, but with an attention to detail that's both timeless and beautiful. Serious sock knitters are also seriously particular about their sock yarn. That's why I used Anzula's Squishy, one of our favorites for everything from socks to baby blankets. Squishy is the perfect blend of fibers for knitting up a superior pair of socks: merino for warmth and ruggedness, nylon for durability and cashmere for totally happy feet. These Little Cable Knee Highs are just in time for holiday giving. The Materials The Pattern Gauge 8 1/4 stitches = 1 inch in stockinette stitch Finished Sizes The Toe The Foot