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Charts Demystifield

Patterns can be written in two ways. One is in “longhand,” in which the instructions are written as a “sentence” of abbreviations, as in “k4, p2, k8, etc.

Course content:

Introduction to Charts

  • Welcome to Your Charts Class!
  • The Problem With Charts
  • Starting Your Adventure
  • Join the Knitalong

Chart Basics

  • How to Work from Charts
  • Keeping Track

1. Knit and Purl Charts

  • Simple Checkerboard
  • Textured Stripes
  • Bricks
  • Swan
  • Patterns for Practice

2. Lace Charts

  • Lace ZigZag
  • Lace Diamond
  • Foliage Toddler Hat
  • Starlight Lace
  • Patterns for Practice

3. Cable Charts

  • Simple Cables
  • Complex Cables
  • Designing with Cables
  • Patterns for Practice

4. Fair-Isle Charts

  • Fair-Isle Charts
  • Designing Fair-Isle Projects
  • Patterns for Practice

5. Double-Knitting Charts

  • Double-Knit Heart
  • Designing Double Knits
  • Patterns for Practice

6. Intarsia Charts

  • Intarsia Moon
  • Designing in Intarsia
  • Patterns for Practice

7. Duplicate Stitch Charts

  • Duplicate Stitch
  • Patterns for Practice

8. Mosaic Charts

  • Mosaic Charts
  • Designing Mosaic Knits
  • Patterns for Practice

Appendix

  • Good Job!
  • Designing With Charts
  • Books and Resources
  • Chart Symbols Reference
  • Support

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