Reading A Color Chart

When a chart is used to represent a color pattern, each square is filled with a particular color or a symbol that corresponds with the color of yarn in which that stitch and/or row should be worked. You read this type of chart as described on the previous page: from bottom to top and back and forth, starting with the lower-right corner.

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Keeping Track of Where You Left Off

It's easy to forget where you left off when you set your knitting aside. Using a row counter is a good way to easily keep track of where you are in your stitch pattern or shaping. If you don't have one handy, you can use sticky notes to keep a record. Just adhere the note to your knitting instructions, and throw it away when it's no longer relevant.

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