Stitchmastery Version 3.1.0

We’re pleased to let you know we have released an updated version of Stitchmastery – Version 3.1.0 can be downloaded from here. This version has the following changes: * Fixed issue with Edit Diagram Dialog so that colour of the font for annotations can be changed without also having to change the font. * FixedContinue Reading

Interview series 16 – Sarah Walworth

Interview series 16 – Sarah Walworth

In 2017 we ran a survey of Stitchmastery users and one response particularly caught our imagination – someone told us they would like to hear from other Stitchmastery users and how they make use of the software. We’re delighted to bring you a series of interviews with designers, tech editors, magazine editors and teachers –Continue Reading

Interview series 15 – Birger Berge

Interview series 15 – Birger Berge

In 2017 we ran a survey of Stitchmastery users and one response particularly caught our imagination – someone told us they would like to hear from other Stitchmastery users and how they make use of the software. We’re delighted to bring you a series of interviews with designers, tech editors, magazine editors and teachers –Continue Reading

Interview series 14 – Amelia Hodsdon

Interview series 14 – Amelia Hodsdon

In 2017 we ran a survey of Stitchmastery users and one response particularly caught our imagination – someone told us they would like to hear from other Stitchmastery users and how they make use of the software. We’re delighted to bring you a series of interviews with designers, tech editors, magazine editors and teachers –Continue Reading

Interview series 13 – Luise O’Neill

Interview series 13 – Luise O’Neill

In 2017 we ran a survey of Stitchmastery users and one response particularly caught our imagination – someone told us they would like to hear from other Stitchmastery users and how they make use of the software. We’re delighted to bring you a series of interviews with designers, tech editors, magazine editors and teachers –Continue Reading

Charting Brioche and Fisherman’s Rib Patterns – a guest post by Kate Atherley

Brioche (and related) pattern stitches are enormously popular at the moment. They create wonderful textured fabrics, with lots of drape and visual interest. They’re terrific ways to use up busy variegated yarns, too – two-colour brioche is my absolute favourite application for an outrageously variegated yarn. These type of stitch patterns – also sometimes knownContinue Reading

Interview series 12 – Karie Westermann

Interview series 12 – Karie Westermann

In 2017 we ran a survey of Stitchmastery users and one response particularly caught our imagination – someone told us they would like to hear from other Stitchmastery users and how they make use of the software. We’re delighted to bring you a series of interviews with designers, tech editors, magazine editors and teachers –Continue Reading

Interview series 11 – Claire Neicho

Interview series 11 – Claire Neicho

In 2017 we ran a survey of Stitchmastery users and one response particularly caught our imagination – someone told us they would like to hear from other Stitchmastery users and how they make use of the software. We’re delighted to bring you a series of interviews with designers, tech editors, magazine editors and teachers –Continue Reading

Charting Slipped Stitch Colourwork Patterns – a guest post by Kate Atherley

I absolutely adore slipped stitch colourwork patterns because you get all the visual effects of stranded colourwork, with significantly less risk of tangling. If you’ve not tried them, I highly recommend giving it a go. The crux of it is that you actually only work with one colour at a time. Let’s say you wantContinue Reading

Interview series 10 – Karen Butler

Interview series 10 – Karen Butler

In 2017 we ran a survey of Stitchmastery users and one response particularly caught our imagination – someone told us they would like to hear from other Stitchmastery users and how they make use of the software. We’re delighted to bring you a series of interviews with designers, tech editors, magazine editors and teachers –Continue Reading