Monthly Archives: Jul 2011

Irregular shaped charts? No problem!

I have been asked if the StitchMastery Knitting Chart Editor can produced irregularly shaped charts.

The answer is yes! You can add ‘no stitches’ anywhere on the chart and then have these ‘hidden’ . If the no stitches are at an edge of the chart where is a row number, the row number moves accordingly so that the user can easily see which row number goes with which row of stitches.

Below are links to a couple of examples.

The column numbers can be added to either the top of the chart, the bottom of the chart, both the top and bottom or neither. Hence, in these examples, the location of the column numbers has been set appropriately.

Water Lily Chart – a beautiful Estonian lace motif

Irregular Chart – a very simple example of an irregular chart showing how a triangular can be charted

Knit Nation

Last weekend I was very fortunate to have been at Knit Nation. I had a stall in the MarketPlace and was there to demonstrate the StitchMastery Knitting Chart Editor and the knitting fonts to anyone interested. It was the first time I had ever been at an event like that and also my first attemptContinue Reading

Windows launch at Knit Nation

The Windows version of the StitchMastery Knitting Chart Editor will be available for purchase here from 14th July 2011. This launch is to coincide with Knit Nation 2011 that takes place in London 14-17 July. I will be at Knit Nation in the Marketplace and will have both Windows and Mac versions available for visitorsContinue Reading