On Flat Charts for Round Shapes

This popular post on using flat charts to knit rounds shapes has been moved to the “Technique” section of Mary Ann’s new website, MaryAnnStephens.com.

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8 Responses to On Flat Charts for Round Shapes

  1. Jackie says:

    This is a great explanation of graph knitting for round shapes!

  2. georges says:

    As an earth science teacher, I love the world map analogy. Great comparison… Georges

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  5. Gladys Dittmer says:

    Thank you so much. Yes, I understand it now, and can start. I was so impressed that you answered so quickly, when you are a very busy person. I hope you have time for your own knitting and creating. 😊. Please keep me on your email/mailing list.

    And … Happy Thanksgiving!

    Gladys Dittmer

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  7. Toni Hobbs says:

    🙂 Thanks for the pattern! I’m somewhat of a n00b when it comes to knitting, but I assume if you were using 4 double pointed needles, you would basically just repeat this on each needle?

    • twostrands says:

      Well, yes, as long as you understand that you’re repeating each row on each panel before progressing to the next row and that you’re knitting consistently in one clockwise direction.

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