|T O P I C R E V I E W
||Posted - 12/30/2007 : 1:27:45 PM
Enter the pattern you wish to generate a chart for in the text box and the program will produce a graph for you
"Learning how to knit was a snap.It was learning how to stop that nearly destroyed me." Erma Bombeck
|7 L A T E S T R E P L I E S (Newest First)
||Posted - 01/01/2008 : 08:30:15 AM
Another tool to add to my arsenal. Many Thanks!
||Posted - 12/31/2007 : 7:22:56 PM
Fabulous! Thanks so much for posting the link.
GFTC of NYC
click here for free sock pattern
||Posted - 12/31/2007 : 6:45:15 PM
Wow wee.... thanks so much Nancy J
||Posted - 12/31/2007 : 10:18:57 AM
What a great idea, Thanks for the link
Could be faster than drawing it out.
||Posted - 12/31/2007 : 05:44:32 AM
Nancy, what a great link. And Amanda, I'm in awe.
Dos veces es belleza la belleza, y lo que es bueno es doblemente bueno, cuando se trata de dos calcetines de lana en el invierno.
||Posted - 12/30/2007 : 10:23:34 PM
Truly, a thing of beauty, Nancy. Thank you!
||Posted - 12/30/2007 : 4:08:58 PM
What I really like is that unlike most knitting fonts, you type this one IN ORDER. I'm sure some people who have tried knitting fonts know what I mean. You usually have to type backwards and upwards. In this program you just type the lines
and it builds the chart correctly.
And the owner of the site is a nice guy. I just emailed him a few weeks ago about using his charts in a new pattern I just published.
Amanda Takes Off... and Amanda Knits
Hand and foot when harmonized forms martialism/but Military and literary when harmonized is art and this brings/philosophy. (Lee, Chang Hoo)