nid said:Hi; I am new about knitting , and I love to knit.I want to know how to read chart.Thank you.
If you go to her website, you'll find the key. It's on this page: http://www.jessica-tromp.nl/knittingpatterns_breipatronen/breisteken_basic_knitting_stitches.htmnid said:Thank you so much it is very helpful but have some chart /The symbols I don't understand how to knit.
Thank you verymuch,It very helpful to me.Thank you again.Annette said:There is usually a symbol key that goes with the chart. The "o" is usually a yarn over...the "l\" is usually a knit two together, or some other type of decrease. But the symbol key will tell you their meaning. If there is no key with your chart, then google knitting chart symbols and you should be able to find. Also, the dot symbol means knit or pearl depending on if you are on the right or wrong side of the piece (confusing at first). I usually put an arrow on the left side of the chart to remind me that this is the wrong side and the "dot" symbols are reversed!
I hope this has not confused you too much and don't get discouraged, once you get used to this method, it is really easier to follow a pattern than the written ones!
I'm new to read chart and some time I see "no stitch" I don't know how to knit , in this picture I mark or small picture . It mean knit or purl. thank you.Elaine Ohs said:Hi,
Can you tell me what all those (((((((((( on your postings means?