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Charting the World of Knitting

Description: Charts are called the "universal language" of knitting, but there is no universal standard. While learning the basics of reading charts, students will review a variety of charting styles and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each. Multiple symbol sets will also be presented including options utilized in various software programs designed specifically for this purpose.
Supplies: Homework swatch, copy of the associated stitch pattern, a minimum of 1 oz of light colored, smooth, worsted weight yarn and appropriate needles.
Homework: Work a swatch of a stitch pattern of your choosing in smooth, light colored, worsted weight yarn. Swatch should be at least 20 stitches wide (a minimum of 3 repeats) and 30 rows (a minimum of 3 repeats). Also bring a printed copy (word only) of the stitch pattern for reference.
Duration: 3 hours per session, 1 session
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