August 19, 2010
We knitters have our own shorthand, a secret code of dots and squiggles whose mystery only reveals itself when properly deciphered in our stitches.
Professional designers typically have a library of knitting symbols for their charts, or they use special charting software. This week I show you StitchinKnit, a knitting-themed symbol font that lets you create your own elegant charts using nothing more than your keyboard.
This weekend in Illinois
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Happy knitting, and I'll see you on September 2nd,
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