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How To Read Knitting Charts

by Hannah Gilly

December 8, 2020

Reading knitting charts can be an easier way to follow a pattern

But it can also get quite complicated.
Reading a knitting chart is something you’ll come across in various stages of knitting. You may be a beginner or an advanced knitter when you find them first. I suggest a few things for everyone to remember the first time they encounter knitting charts, to make it easier and so you’ll make few mistakes.

Watch out for five tips to get you started, including which charts to choose for the first time you knit with this kind of instructions and practical steps to make knitting from charts easier.

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