February 10, 2011
Few things divide the knitting community as deeply as charts. Some of us love to see our stitches in graphical form. But others need to read their stitches in words.
To resist charts in knitting is like resisting the purl stitch. Once you make friends with charts, a whole new world of creative possibility opens up for you. If you're ready—or if you already love charts but want to learn how to use them even more to your advantage—let JC Briar's new book Charts Made Simple be your guide.
This Weekend in Pennsylvania
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