Short rows are an incredibly useful technique in knitting. They’re used to create curves, change stripes, turn corners and add bust shaping. Although simple in… Read More »“On Short Rows” – a guest post by Kate Atherley
Last month we reported an issue affecting Stitchmastery users who had update to High Sierra 10.13 AND had the primary language of their machine set… Read More »Stitchmastery Mac OSX Users – High Sierra update
The latest version of Mac OSX, High Sierra, has been made public and there is a bug in it that affects Java applications including Stitchmastery.… Read More »Stitchmastery Mac OSX Users – please read!
A little while ago I wrote gave some examples of how ‘Borders’ and ‘Repeats’ could be added to a Stitchmastery chart (Repeats and Borders on… Read More »How to add a Repeat or Border to a Stitchmastery chart
Last week I blogged about Knitty who have been using Stitchmastery to create all of their knitting charts for nearly 5 years. There is another… Read More »Publications using Stitchmastery – Knit Now
One of the first publications to begin using Stitchmastery to create all of their knitting charts was Knitty. That was nearly 5 years ago in… Read More »Publications using Stitchmastery – Knitty
How you ever thumbed through a stitch dictionary looking for exactly the right stitch pattern for a knitting project that you had in mind? Perhaps… Read More »Get creative with lace knitting stitches.