Calling all Fair Isle Knitter!
I am working on a new method of charting that bypasses the need for an excel spreadsheet, and will let knitters edit and see their charts as ACTUAL knit stitches (horseshoe shaped). Would you be interested in testing this new format as I work out the kinks?
The beauty of this technique is that you can rotate the page view so that you can see how the diagonals your stitches will look like in the actual knitting. So it will help with planning charts for top-down as well as bottom-up knitting.
I’d like to know:
- What sizes (in stitch counts) would be helpful
- Your thoughts on ease of use
- How valuable you think this would be (in terms of how much people might be willing to pay for this type of chart.
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