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 the Winter bis 2011 edition;-
In that edition Knitty also published a review of Stitchmastery and explained the reasons why Knitty adopted Stitchmastery as their official charting software. You can read the review here.
Since then many new Knitty editions have been published. At the time of writing this blog post there are 17 Knitty editions with charts created in Stitchmastery. That’s a lot of patterns! I feel so honoured that Stitchmastery is used by Knitty and get a lot of enjoyment from seeing the charts every time a new edition is published.
I am also honoured to be a Knitty Patron and to contribute to the future of Knitty so that it can continue to publish new editions full of amazing knitting patterns from both budding designers and well-known names in the knitting world.
For more information on becoming a Patron visit the Knitty Patreon page here.