A great question came up recently in the Stitchmastery group on Ravelry and we thought it was worth exploring. It’s related to a previous article… Read More »On The Wrong Side – Cables – a guest post by Kate Atherley
In a previous column, I talked about ways to place and size pattern repeats for small projects like mittens and I’ve also talked about placement… Read More »Grading pattern repeats for garments and larger projects: Part 2 – guest post by Kate Atherley
In a previous column, I talked about ways to place and size pattern repeats for small projects like mittens. But of course, pattern stitches are… Read More »“Grading pattern repeats for garments and larger projects” – guest article by Kate Atherley
This lesson is little different than some of the others I’ve written: this one is designed to share a little less about how I use… Read More »“Grading + Pattern Repeats” – a guest post by Kate Atherley
In my last column, I talked about finding stitch repeats to collapse large charts. In that situation, there was only one basic pattern motif being… Read More »“On Untidy Row Repeats” – guest blog by Kate Atherley
In my last column I talked about repeats with shifting borders. In this one, I want to focus on a very special case of that… Read More »“Moving the Goalposts Part 2” – guest post by Kate Atherley
Not all repeats are tidy. I love complicated cable patterns that create all-over cabled fabrics, but there can be some “jiggery pokery” required at the… Read More »“Moving the Goalposts” – guest post by Kate Atherley
The chart shows 4 different ways that a 2/1 right purl cross cable can be charted using the StitchMastery Knitting Font Collection. The two examples on the left are both created using a single symbol, whilst the 2 on the right are created using ‘building block fonts’ in which several symbols that are designed to join together are combined.
The lattice work chart in this post shows one of the cable fonts in action. Each individual font character is the width of the number of stitches involved. In this case a 1/2 RC cable means that 1 stitch is crossed to the Right over 2 stitches.